The urinary catheters devices are used in patients with urinary incontinence & retention, multiple sclerosis, dementia, and temporary post-surgery of prostate or genitals.
Portland, OR -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/24/2017 -- Catheterization is a medical procedure that facilitates drainage of urine from the body using urinary catheters, which are hollow, partially flexible tubes. The urinary catheters devices are used in patients with urinary incontinence & retention, multiple sclerosis, dementia, and temporary post-surgery of prostate or genitals. They can be inserted through the tube that carries urine out of the body or through a small opening made in the lower part of the stomach.
Development of the medical devices industry; availability of advanced catheters; rise in geriatric population; and increase in incidence of diseases such as urinary incontinence, benign prostate hyperplasia, and others boost the growth of the global urinary self-catheter market. Moreover, increase in awareness towards health & hygiene and rise in favorable reimbursement policies accelerate the market growth.
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The global urinary self-catheters market is segmented based on type, product, application, end user, and geography. Based on type, the market is bifurcated into male type and female type. By product, it is categorized into intermittent catheters, foley/indwelling catheters, and external catheters. Applications covered in this study include benign prostate hyperplasia (BPH), urinary incontinence, spinal cord injury, and others.
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The key players operating in the market include B Braun Melsungen AG, Hollister, Inc., Coloplast, Boston Scientific Corporation, Medtronic PLC, C.R. Bard, Inc., Teleflex, Inc., Cook Medical, Inc., ASID BONZ GmbH, and Medical Technologies of Georgia, Inc.
Urinary Self-catheter Market Key Segment:
-Benign Prostate Hyperplasia (BPH)
-Spinal Cord Injury
By End User