Venous blood collection devices are used to collect sample from patients. Venous blood collection devices include needles, holders, collection tubes, and other devices. As per an in-depth research study published by Market Research Future (MRFR), the global venous blood collection devices market is estimated to post a CAGR of 9.3% over the forecast period of 2017-2023.
Substantial improvements made by medical device manufacturers towards safer blood collection. Advances in safety features and greater emphasis on the prevention of injury and reduction of bloodborne pathogen exposure fuel the growth of the global venous blood collection devices market. Moreover, medical device manufacturers are endeavoring towards product improvement and are diversifying their product portfolios as a growth strategy which also acts as a plus for the growth of the market. Crucial advancements include the introduction of plastic tubes, protective sliding needle shields, automatically retracting lancets, and winged-needle blood collection sets.
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Chronic diseases are spreading at a brisk pace which has exerted massive burden on the healthcare sector. Screening for diseases induces high demand for diagnostic services which, in turn, triggers growth within the global venous blood collection devices market. Other factors which can accelerate the market growth include surging health & wellness awareness among the global populace, the rise in disposable income, and high healthcare expenditure.
On the flip side, venous blood collection devices are associated with the risk of needlestick injuries, contamination risks which can restrict the market growth. Additionally, pricing pressure on medical device manufacturers and substandard products from local medical device manufacturers can also undermine the growth of the market.
The global venous blood collection devices market has been segmented based on type, material, application, and end user.
By type, the global venous blood collection devices market has been segmented into blood collection tubes, needles, microfluidic system, vacuum blood collection system, micro-container tubes, micro-hematocrit tubes, warming devices, and others. Other venous blood collection devices include venous cannula and blood bags. The blood collection tube segment has been further segmented into plasma separation tube, heparin tube, serum separating tube, EDTA tube, and others.
By material, the global blood collection devices market has been segmented into plastic, glass, stainless steel, ceramic, and others.
By application, the global venous blood collection devices market has been segmented into vein blood gas sampling and intraoperative blood salvage. The vein blood gas sampling segment has been further segmented into diagnosis of disease and acid-base status monitoring.
By end user, the global venous blood collection devices market has been segmented into hospitals and clinics, blood donation centers, the point of care, diagnostic centers, and others.
By region, the global venous blood collection devices market has been segmented into the Americas, Europe, Asia Pacific (APAC), and the Middle East & Africa (MEA).
The Americas is spearheading the global venous blood collection devices market. Rapid adoption of new surgical techniques and instruments within the healthcare sector in the region are substantiating the growth of the market. High demand for screening services coupled with high healthcare expenditure is driving the market growth. Moreover, greater awareness among consumers and favorable reimbursement landscape support the growth of the market.
Europe ranks second in the global venous blood collection devices market. High-income population and deep healthcare penetration in the region are favoring the growth of the market in Europe.
The expanding healthcare sector in the developing countries such as China and India generate high demand for venous blood collection devices in APAC. The rise in the geriatric population, the prevalence of chronic diseases which require screening services and increased demand for advanced blood sampling techniques are propelling the growth of the APAC venous blood collection devices market.
The MEA market is estimated to expand at a steady pace over the forecast period. Accelerated development of the healthcare sector and awareness programs launched by the government towards safe blood transfusion procedures are triggering growth within the MEA market.
The key players in the global venous blood collection devices market include SanLI (Myanmar.), KHB (U.S.), Allegro Medical Supplies Inc. (Scrip Products Corporation) (U.S.), Bio-Rad Laboratories, Inc. (U.S), Kabe Labortechnik GmbH (Germany), NIPRO Medical Corporation (Japan), Qiagen NV (Netherlands), Sarstedt AG & Co (U.S.), Fisher Scientific (Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc.) (U.S.), Greiner Bio One International GmbH (Greiner Group) (Austria), Becton, Dickinson and Company (U.S), Terumo Medical Corporation (Japan), Medtronic Plc (U.S.), F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd (Switzerland), Radiometer Medical ApS (Danaher Corporation/ Danrad ApS) (Denmark), Improve Medical Technology Co. Ltd. (U.S.), Sekisui Chemical Co., Ltd. (Japan), Hongyu Medical (China), Narang Medical (India), Vital Diagnostice (ELITech Group) (U.S.), Zhejiang Gongdong Medical Technology Co., Ltd. (China), CDRICH (China), Biosigma (U.S.), Soya Green Tec Co., Ltd. (South Korea), and F.L. Medical (Italy).
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