Tumor Ablation Market, Growth Factors, Types and Application, Demand & Supply Chain Analysis 2024by VynZ Research Marketing Research Consultant
The global tumor ablation market is growing at a significant rate due to increasing prevalence of cancer, and rapid growth in geriatric population. Different types of technology contributed to the tumor ablation industry size.
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Mounting adoption of microwave technology and radiofrequency-based tumor ablation procedures are the major trends of the tumor ablation market. In radiofrequency-based ablation, high-frequency electrical currents are passed through an electrode in the needle, creating a small region of heat which destroys the cancer cells.
The rapid expanding aging population, escalating occurrence of cancer, and technological improvement in ablation devices are the primary growth drivers for tumor ablation market. For instance, according to GLOBOCAN globally, approximately 14.1 million new cancer cases were diagnosed and there were 8.2 million cancer deaths in 2012. In addition, according to World Health Organization (WHO), in 2015 approximately 8.8 million people died due to cancer.
North America is the largest tumor ablation market due to the mounting occurrence of cancer, boosting government funding for cancer research, expanding geriatric population and intensifying need for minimally invasive procedure for cancer treatment.
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Asia-Pacific is observed to witness the fastest growth in the market as the region comprises of largest population.
Medtronic, PLC, Angiodynamics, Inc., Healthtronics, Inc., Galil Medical, Inc., Boston Scientific Corporation, Neuwave Medical, Inc., Edap Tms S.A., Mermaid Medical A/S, Sonacare Medical, LLC, and Misonix, Inc. are some of the key players offering ablation products.
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