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Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia and Prostatitis Devicebased Treatments Market, 2021 - Research and Markets

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Posted on: 15 Sep 17

The "Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia and Prostatitis Devicebased Treatments Market" report has been added to Research and Markets' offering.

This analysis includes a discussion of products, competitors, market forecasts, and opportunities in the global market for BPH and prostatitis treatment devices.

Topics Covered Include:

  • An overview of device-based and pharmacological therapies for BPH and prostatitis.
  • Global and country/region-specific market forecasts, including forecasts by product segment.
  • Competitive analyses by product segment.
  • Discussion of key drivers and limiters to the BPH and prostatitis device-based treatments market.
  • Emerging therapies and their potential impact on the market for device-based treatments

Report Highlights:

  • Symptomatic BPH and prostatitis affect over 100 million men worldwide, resulting in painful symptoms and lower quality of life.
  • Laser-based devices and urethral implants are expected to be the primary segments driving growth in the market.
  • The market for devices used to treat symptomatic BPH and prostatitis is anticipated to experience moderate growth during the forecast period (2016-21), increasing to an estimated $586.1m by 2021.
  • Pharmaceuticals continue to play a major role in the management and treatment of symptomatic patients, with device-based therapies being restricted to use in about 10- 15% of all patients with symptomatic BPH and only the most severe cases of prostatitis.
  • The US market for device-based therapies currently accounts for approximately 40% of all sales, followed by the five major European markets (France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and the UK). The strongest growth in devicebased sales is expected to occur in the US.

Key Topics Covered:

Executive Summary

i. Methodology

1. Clinical Overview of Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia and Prostatitis

1.1 Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia

1.1.1 Symptoms

1.1.2 Diagnosis

1.1.3 Prevalence

1.1.4 Treatment

1.2 Prostatitis

1.2.1 Symptoms

1.2.2 Diagnosis

1.2.3 Treatments

1.3 Bibliography

2. Products for Treating Symptomatic Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia

2.1 Established Therapeutic Approaches

2.1.1 Drug therapy

2.1.2 Surgical treatment Transurethral resection of the prostate Selected TURP/BPVP products KARL STORZ Olympus Richard Wolf

2.1.3 Less invasive alternatives to surgery Transurethral incision of the prostate (TUIP) Laser-based techniques Other energy-based procedures Prostatic implants Prostatic artery embolization Clinical development

2.2 Market Forecasts

2.2.1 Global market for TURP equipment and related.products for BPH

2.2.2 Global market for laser-based products for BPH

2.2.3 Global market for microwave and RF thermotherapy products for BPH

2.2.4 Global market for prostatic urethral lift implants for BPH

2.2.5 Global market for prostatic stents and PAE products for BPH

2.2.6 Market forecast: US

2.2.7 Market forecast: EU

2.2.8 Market forecast: Japan

2.2.9 Market forecast: rest of the world

2.3 Competitive Analysis

2.3.1 TURP and related equipment for vaporization and enucleation

2.3.2 Laser systems TUMT/TUNA

2.4 Bibliography

3. Products for Treating Symptomatic Prostatitis

3.1 Established Therapeutic Approaches

3.1.1 Drug therapy Clinical development

3.1.2 Conservative non-pharmacologic therapy

3.1.3 Surgical/minimally invasive treatments TURP Minimally invasive thermotherapy Microwave thermotherapy External shock wave therapy

3.2 Market Forecasts

3.3 Bibliography

Appendix: Company Listing

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Last updated on: 15/09/2017

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