Surgical Packs Market Professional Survey Report 2025

Taking into consideration the increasing number of surgical procedures, surgical packs containing a set of necessary surgical apparatus have greatly helped medical professionals. The surgical packs are the kits with various surgical interventions required by surgeons while performing surgeries.Rising number of complex surgeries all over the world, and cost efficiency of the kits as compared to individual equipment are the major factors expected to boost the surgical packs market during the forecast period. However, the poor adoption rate of surgical packs in emerging economies of Asia Pacific, and lack of government support to set up medical facilities are likely to restrain the market growth of surgical packs by 2025.

The global surgical packs market has been segmented on the basis of product type, application, and end user. Based on product type, the market has been divided into disposable and reusable packs. The disposable packs segment dominated the market in 2016, which is attributed to the rising demand for sterile and disinfected equipment to avoid cross-contamination. Increasing awareness about maintaining a hygienic environment at healthcare facilities and rising demand for quick and accessible medical care facilities are the major factors anticipated to boost the disposable surgical packs market during 2017-2025.

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Based on application, the global surgical packs market has been segmented into general endoscopy, cardiovascular, orthopedic, laparoscopy, urology, obstetrics, and others. The cardiovascular & urology segments held dominant market share in 2016, due to the rising incidences of cardiovascular disorders, and cost & time efficiency of the surgical packs. However, laparoscopy segment is expected to witness the highest CAGR during the forecast period, owing to government participation in improvement of healthcare facilities in developing economies, and inclusion of all procedural accessories in the surgical packs.

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