The Global Central Venous Catheters Market size is projected to grow from USD 2.5 billion in 2021 to USD X.X billion by 2028, at a CAGR of 5%. The demand for central venous catheters is driven by the increasing number of surgeries and procedures that require them for transfusion and drainage purposes. North America dominated the global central venous catheters market in terms of revenue share (in 2016), followed by Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, and Middle East & Africa. However, the Asia Pacific region will register the highest growth during 2022-2028 due to a rapid rise in medical tourism coupled with an increasing adoption rate of advanced healthcare technologies such as robotic surgery equipment and artificial organs.
Central Venous Catheters (CVC) are thin, long tubes that go through a vein to the heart and help with blood transfusions or drainage. A CVC is inserted either in the jugular vein at the base of the neck (jugular line), near the collarbone and chest bone area under one arm (subclavian line), or just below the ribs on the abdomen near where it meets the pelvis (femoral line). Central venous catheters are inserted when intravenous (IV) therapy cannot be delivered. They can also provide a way for doctors to drain excess fluids or gas from around the lungs and stomach, monitor how much blood is flowing through the vein, remove clots that may have formed in the veins near the heart, measure the pressure of circulating fluid inside the chest cavity called pleural effusion.
On the basis of Type, the global central venous catheters market is segmented into single-lumen, double-lumen, triple-lumen, and others.
Single-lumen central venous catheters are catheters inserted through a vein in the arm for intravenous (IV) therapy. These can also provide a way to drain excess fluids or gas from around the lungs and stomach, monitor how much blood is flowing through the vein, remove clots that may have formed in the veins near the heart, measure the pressure of circulating fluid inside the chest cavity called pleural effusion. Single-lumen CVTs are mostly used for short periods of time when IV therapy cannot be delivered. The single-lumen central venous catheters can be used for one of the following: Injection, infusion, and drainage. They are long enough to reach a vein in different parts of the body with a diameter large enough so that it does not clot easily. These have a thin tube that is hollow inside running down their length and they usually have an opening at both ends. This type provides access to two blood vessels simultaneously by drawing from or inserting fluid into either side of the vessel wall as necessary using separate lumens or channels within this device. The insertion site may be below the clavicle (collarbone) but most often these are inserted just under skin level through what is called subcutaneous tissue, which is the tissue below the skin.
Double-lumen central venous catheters are long, thin hollow tubes that have two lumens (or channels) running down their length. The first lumen infuses fluids into the bloodstream, and the second lumen drains blood from the hand or foot. They can be used in a number of different applications including peripheral cannulation; hemodialysis; transfusion therapy when blood needs to flow both ways through a single device; and removal of excess fluid from around organs like your liver and spleen. Double-lumen central venous catheters are used in patients who have two veins that can be accessed by a single catheter insertion. They may also be inserted when the vein of choice is difficult to access with other types of catheters due to scarring or calcification (hardening) and they need an alternative way into the vessel. The double lumen design allows for sampling from one side and infusion on the other, so if there’s a clot that blocks off the flow on one line, then blood will continue to flow through the second channel without interruption until it clears up.
Triple-lumen central venous catheters are longer and wider than other types of devices, which provides greater surface area for a barrier against leaks. They can be used as an alternative to double-lumen ones, with one or two additional lumens allowing the insertion of more fluids and drugs in larger quantities. Due to their size and durability, they're often made out of metal instead of latex rubber. There are many uses for triple-lumen central venous catheters. One of the most important is that they usually have a side port where fluids can be injected and withdrawn, which means they don't need to remove the catheter from the vein in order to inject or withdraw fluid. In this way, it's much easier on patients who might otherwise experience some discomfort when trying to move their arm around while hooked up with IV equipment, because there's less movement required during treatment. Another use is that certain medications (like heparin) can only be given through injections into the tubing inside these types of catheters essentially meaning that if the doctor needs to give medication like heparin but doesn't want additional needles, a central venous catheter is the best bet.
On the basis of Application, the global central venous catheters market is segmented into jugular vein, subclavian vein, femoral vein.
CVCs are often used in the jugular vein, the large veins at the bottom of the neck but can be inserted anywhere on or near an artery where there is easy access to perform procedures such as dialysis, drug delivery, peritoneal lavage, and removal of excess fluid from around the lungs. To insert a central venous catheter into one of these larger veins, first must puncture its surface with a needle-like device called an introducer sheath under ultrasound guidance before threading it through the vein. This is done using a CVC needle (or an over-the-wire technique) that has been preloaded with the catheter and pushed through one of these sheaths until it reaches the right position inside the jugular or other large veins near to an artery, whereupon it will be fed out from its other end like a fishing line into their target location.
Central venous catheters are inserted into the central veins, mainly the subclavian vein in order to provide access for long-term intravenous therapy or emergency situations. The catheter is a long, thin tube that has a balloon at the end. A subclavian vein is located in the area of the body where two main blood vessels join, which happens to be under the left side of the neck below your collarbone. The purpose of this procedure is so that an intravenous drug or fluids can bypass the stomach and go directly to the bloodstream without being broken down by enzymes before it reaches its destination.
Central venous catheters for a femoral vein are used in medical procedures. They can be inserted through the groin to access and treat veins within the body, such as those near the heart or neck. A central line allows physicians and nurses to administer fluids, nutrients, medicines via injection with an IV pump or by placing it inside of a patient’s artery rather than on just one side of their chest wall. It also ensures that patients receive medication much faster than they would if given intravenously (a smaller device is put into one arm). This minimizes damage from prolonged bed rest because patients need less time lying down when receiving treatment. Central lines may also help reduce hospital costs associated with complications caused by peripheral-venous catheters.
On the basis of Region, the global central venous catheters market is segmented into North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Middle East & Africa. North America accounted for the largest share of the total revenue generated by this market in 2018 owing to the increasing prevalence of chronic diseases such as diabetes mellitus and the rise in demand for preventive care services. In addition with the adoption of advanced technology techniques across healthcare facilities coupled with significant investments made toward research and development makes it a lucrative region for vendors looking to expand their business footprint globally.
In contrast, Europe accounts for the second-largest share due to favorable reimbursement scenarios prevailing in many countries that are part of this region, including Germany. The cost-effectiveness aspect has been prioritized over other factors in pricing policy, which offers a comparative advantage for players operating in this region. Besides, Asia Pacific holds huge potential for market players because India has been witnessing rapid development in terms of the emergence of new hospitals and clinics coupled with rising demand driven by increasing awareness about health & wellness across the society that offers a comparative advantage for players operating in this region.
The growth factors that are anticipated to drive the global central venous catheters market include the growing prevalence of chronic kidney disease, increasing incidence rates of heart failure and cancer. Moreover, the advantages such as easy insertion with minimal pain during the procedure, the longer duration for continuous infusion without need for repeated insertions, better visualization due to less blood clotting when used in patients with lower hemoglobin levels are also expected to fuel this market.
Up Market Research published a new report titled “Central Venous Catheters Sales Market research report which is segmented by Types (Single-lumen, Double-lumen, Triple-lumen, Other), By Applications (Jugular Vein, Subclavian Vein, Femoral Vein, Other), By Players/Companies Baihe Medical, Teleflex, Bard, SCW MEDICATH, Lepu Medical, B.Braun, TuoRen, Edwards Lifesciences, Cook Medical, Fornia, PUYI Medical”. As per the study the market is expected to grow at a CAGR of XX% in the forecast period.
|Report Attributes||Report Details|
|Report Title||Central Venous Catheters Sales Market Research Report|
|By Type||Single-lumen, Double-lumen, Triple-lumen, Other|
|By Application||Jugular Vein, Subclavian Vein, Femoral Vein, Other|
|By Companies||Baihe Medical, Teleflex, Bard, SCW MEDICATH, Lepu Medical, B.Braun, TuoRen, Edwards Lifesciences, Cook Medical, Fornia, PUYI Medical|
|Regions Covered||North America, Europe, APAC, Latin America, MEA|
|Historical Year||2018 to 2019 (Data from 2010 can be provided as per availability)|
|Number of Pages||232|
|Number of Tables & Figures||163|
|Customization Available||Yes, the report can be customized as per your need.|
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The market is segmented by Type Single-lumen, Double-lumen, Triple-lumen, Other and By Application Jugular Vein, Subclavian Vein, Femoral Vein, Other.
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