Increasing Consumer Awareness To Fuel Adoption Of Irrigated Ablation Catheter Market

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In February 2016, irrigated ablation catheter manufactured by Boston Scientific Corporation, received the approval from the US Food and Drug Administration. Irrigated ablation catheter is used to diagnose and treat a condition called type I atrial flutter. Atrial flutter is the condition the cause heart to beat too fast leading to heart failure or stroke. Some of the common symptoms include palpitations, presyncope, mild dyspnea, and fatigue.

Irrigation ablation catheter uses total tip cooling technology that is used to cool the catheter tip during the ablation procedure. In open irrigation catheter, radiofrequency energy is used to destroy the place in the tissue that causes atrial flutter.

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Technological advancements, advanced product pipeline and growing awareness of patient safety and monitoring are some of the key drivers that are fuelling the growth of irrigated ablation catheter market. However, high research and development expenses in product development and the low awareness about irrigated ablation catheter in the developing countries is anticipated to hamper the growth of irrigated ablation catheter market.

According to National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, atrial fibrillation cost $6 billion each year in the United States. Medical expenses of people suffering from atrial fibrillation are about $8,705 higher per year compare to people who do not have atrial fibrillation.

Segmentation by Energy Sources

  • Radiofrequency (RF)
  • Cryoablation
  • Laser
  • Other Energy Sources (Microwave, High Intensity Focused Ultrasound (HIFU)),

Segmentation by Catheter Types

  • Single Point Radiofrequency Catheters
  • Multielectrode Radiofrequency Catheters
  • Contact Force Sensing Radiofrequency Catheters
  • Balloon Catheters

Segmentation by End User

  • Hospitals
  • Heart Center & Specialists

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