Pain Management and Surgical Devices Market:
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Pain is felt when a signal is sent through nerve fibers to the brain for interpretation. It is difficult to define and treat pain. Pain includes neuropathic pain, phantom pain, and central pain, etc. Neuropathic pain involves injury to a peripheral nerve, Phantom pain occurs after amputation of a limb and Central pain is often caused by infarction, abscess, tumors, degeneration, or hemorrhage in the brain and spinal cord. A vast range of medications and other treatments can help relieve pain depending on the cause. Also, pain management and surgical devices come in for help.
The methods used to relieve pain are implantable devices, injections, medications, nerve blocks, physical therapy, and surgery. The medications used range from over-the-counter pain relievers to anti-inflammatory steroids and stronger pain medicine. In transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation, brief pulses of electricity are applied to nerve endings to block the pain transmission. It is safe and non-invasive. Surgery may eliminate some types of chronic pain. Neurostimulators disrupt the pain signals traveling between the spinal cord and the brain. Neuroabalation is taken as the last resort to relieve pain by destroying the nerves that serve as pathways to the brain.
Often, patients having severe pain opt for surgery when they have not benefited from conservative or less-invasive treatment methods. The use of implants may be helpful to the management and reduction of pain and is often the last resort in the spectrum of treatment options. The market for pain management and surgical devices is gaining thrust owing to such needs.
The global market for Pain Management and Surgical Devices can be segmented by products into pain devices and pain surgery.
The pain devices market can be further segmented into internal pain devices and external pain devices.
The pain surgery market can be further segmented into kyphoplasty and vertebroplasty, fixation devices, artificial disc replacement, and ablation.
Based on the treatment type, the global Pain Management and Surgical Devices study can be segmented into – invasive and non-invasive.
Based on the application, the report on the global Pain Management and Surgical Devices study can be segmented into neuropathic pain, cancer pain, failed back surgery syndrome, musculoskeletal disorder, and other pain.
Based on end-users, the study of the global Pain Management and Surgical Devices can be segmented into hospitals, ambulatory surgical centers, pain management centers and others.
In terms of region, the global Pain Management and Surgical Devices market shows promising potential in North America, Europe, South America, Asia-Pacific (APAC) the Middle East and Africa (MEA).
North America contributes to this market substantially owing to a robust infrastructure, high expenditure capabilities, and a large number of key players in the region. The healthcare manufacturing industry is turning more innovative with the latest developments which will increase the demand for Pain Management and Surgical Devices.
The APAC market will show extensive growth with a higher demand for Pain Management and Surgical Devices due to its excellent ability to treat various pain conditions.
The main players in the global Pain Management and Surgical Devices include Boston Scientific, Abbot Laboratories, Medtronic Inc., Avanos Medical Inc., Nuvectra Corporation, Nevrocorp, Stryker Corporation, Johnson and Johnson, Merit Medicals, DJO Finance Ltd.
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