The Global Radiofrequency-based Devices Market is projected to Grow at a CAGR of +7% by 2026 The market growth is driven due to Rising Demand across Surgical and Non-Surgical Disciplinary.
Healthcare Intelligence Markets offers its latest published report ‘Radiofrequency-based Devices Market by Product (Generators, Radiofrequency Probes, Electrodes, Cannulas, Needles, Other Devices and Accessories); by End User (Hospitals, Ambulatory Surgery Centers (ASCs) and Out Patient Clinics, Rehabilitation Centers and Nursing Homes); by Region (U.S., Rest of North America, France, UK, Germany, Spain, Italy, Rest of Europe, China, Japan, India, Southeast Asia, Rest of Asia Pacific, GCC Countries, Southern Africa, Rest of MEA, Brazil, Rest of Latin America) – Global Insights, Growth, Size, Comparative Analysis, Trends and Forecast, 2018 – 2026’. The author of the report analyzed that the global radiofrequency-based devices market accounted for US$ XXXX in XXXX. The rising awareness about the ease of using these devices for treating numerous health problems in the pharmaceutical and healthcare market.
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The increasing research and development activities by the key players, who are constantly striving to bring in better and advanced solutions so as to treat the rising ailments and therefore are coming up with better technologies. The growing disposable income of people has led them modify their traditional therapeutic choices and opt for these advanced solutions. These factors are propelling the popularity and demand for the market. The incorporation of digital modulation in formulating output linearity, log scan and multiple modulation mode into these devices has made them user-friendly and fixable integration interface. These innovative features and benefits have opened up opportunistic dimensions for the developers, vendors as well as the healthcare providers.
Radiofrequency-based Devices Segmentation by Product Type Is the Major Application of the Market
The product developed using the RFID technology delivers complete treatment to each nerve giving the therapist full control over the pre-loaded algorithmic procedures. It has successful rendered versatility in both document management and user interface control. The demographic health statistical study has demonstrated that people around the world are witnessing rising trend of soft-tissue surgery. These specialty devices have been used for treating lesions, and polyps, tumors, removing tonsils and adenoids; as well as applications for the liver and neurosurgery. The all-rounded applications of these RFID has led to its growing demand in the global market.
The Radiofrequency-Based Devices Holds a Significant Share in the Global Market
All the major regions of the world have demonstrated a huge demand for these devices due to the rising awareness regarding its potential to be used as an alternative method to conduct surgical and on-surgical procedures, with relative ease. The growing advent of technological advancements have resulted in the development of more efficient and safer Radiofrequency-Based Devices, therefore resulting in its growth across the global market.
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The Radiofrequency-Based Devices Market is Dominated by the Presence of Regional and Global Players
Some of the significant players functioning in the global radiofrequency-based devices market are Bramsys Indstria e Comrcio Ltda, BVM Medical Limited, CONMED Corporation, Cosman Medical, Inc. (A Subsidiary of Boston Scientific Corporation), Covidien PLC (A Subsidiary of Medtronic PLC), Diros Technology Inc., Epimed International Inc, Halyard Health, Inc., Joimax GmbH, Merit Medical Systems, Inc., RF Medical Co., Ltd.,SFM medical devices GmbH, Smith & Nephew Plc, St. Jude Medical (A Subsidiary of Abbott Laboratories), and Stryker Corporation.
Boston scientific has formulated the Radiofrequency Ablation for Pain Management, which heats up small portions of nerve tissues to alternatively interrupt pain signals coming from irritated facet joints in the spine, genicular nerves in the knee, and femoral and obturator nerves in the hip.
The Radiofrequency-Based Devices Market – By Product
• Radiofrequency Probes
• Other Devices and Accessories
The Radiofrequency-Based Devices Market – By End User
• Ambulatory Surgery Centers (ASCs) and Out Patient Clinics
• Rehabilitation Centers and Nursing Homes
The Radiofrequency-Based Devices Market – By Region
• North America
o Rest of North America
o The UK
o Rest of Europe
• Asia Pacific
o Southeast Asia
o Rest of Asia Pacific
• Middle East and Africa
o GCC Countries
o Southern Africa
o Rest of Middle East and Africa
• Latin America
o Rest of Latin America