The global hernia repair market is expected to reach USD 6.60 billion by 2024

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LONDON, Jan. 8, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Hernia Repair Market Size and Forecast, By Product [Consumables (Synthetic Mesh, Biologic

Mesh), Surgical Devices], By Procedure (Tension Free, Open Hernia Repair, Laproscopic) And Trend Analysis, 2014 - 2024Download the full report: https://www.reportbuyer.com/product/5205119 The global hernia repair market is expected to reach
USD 6.60 billion
by 2024. Rigorous research & development activities, growing number of obese patients and high susceptibility of geriatric patients to suffer from hernia are expected to drive the market over the forecast period. Increasing technological sophistication in repair devices and rigorous research and development of the drug-eluting mesh is projected to boost the demand for hernia repair devices and consumables.Post-operative pain is growing concern post-repair with synthetic mesh. Though the cause of pain varies from patient to patient, a primary reason for pain is inflammation associated with the synthetic mesh. Other chronic illnesses related to the use of implanted mesh are abdominal pain, infection (sepsis), bowel obstruction and adhesion. In spite of increasing technological sophistication in mesh technology, synthetic materials remain the most widely used mesh products for hernia repair especially the polypropylene mesh due to their low cost and easy availability.The biological mesh is gaining momentum in developed countries especially in the U.S. Biologic mesh development has overcome the problem associated the synthetic mesh including foreign body interaction, chronic inflammation, infection, and stiffness. Presence of favorable reimbursement policies coupled with the well-regulated healthcare insurance and increasing prevalence of an inguinal and ventral hernia in developed economies have rendered increased acceptance of this product.The above mentioned factors collectively boost demand for overall hernia repair consumables and surgical devices market over the forecast period. Owing to shortcomings of synthetic mesh, manufacturers are working on developing cost-effective and technological advanced mesh. For instance, Ariste Medical is developing drug-eluting mesh. These repair products are anticipated to improve the patient outcomes specifically in vascular procedures including hernia and peripheral bypass hemodialysis processes.Also, manufacturers are focusing on developing composite or hybrid mesh. The hybrid mesh is a result of the combination of best features of biologic and synthetic mesh. Mesh that combines a minute quantity of synthetic material such as polypropylene and biologic building blocks derived from animal tissue has the property to diminish the hazards of inflammatory reactions along with providing long-term durability. Medtronic and COOK Medical are investing in the development of cost-effective composite mesh. This product may overcome the disadvantages associated with the synthetic mesh such as inflammation, sepsis and abdominal adhesion. These factors render cost advantage over the biologic mesh, which in turn is expected to boost the hernia repair market.Download the full report: https://www.reportbuyer.com/product/5205119 About Reportbuyer Reportbuyer is a leading industry intelligence solution that provides all market research reports from top publishers For more information: Sarah Smith Research Advisor at Reportbuyer.com Email: query@reportbuyer.com Tel: +44 208 816 85 48 Website: www.reportbuyer.com

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