How Urinary Catheters Struggle in Healthcare Sectors

Posted April 30, 2018 by ashukalbande21

The Analysis presents the study of Worldwide Urinary catheters facilitating the regional and country wise analysis covering the strategic analysis of each market player and the market share they hold

Urinary catheters are hollow tubes that collect urine from the bladder in cases when bladder emptying is essential such as during the surgery or when the patient does not have control of the bladder. The market for Middle East and Africa Urinary catheters is growing at a good rate due to factors such as rising occurrence of diseases like urinary incontinence, bladder obstruction, urinary retention, and bladder cancers etc. or nervous system disorders such as spina bifida, multiple sclerosis (MS), stroke or spinal injury etc. Other factors associated with the growing use of catheters are rising geriatric population, rising rate of self-catheterization etc. The potential factor that may accelerate the rate of catheter use is the development of advanced materials in the form of antibiotic film coated silicon catheters which has a low infection risk.

The most important market restraints include risk of catheter associated urinary tract infection (CAUTI). According to American Association of Critical-Care Nurses up to 80% of urinary tract infections are associated with the presence of a urinary catheter. The other market restraints include leakage associated with external type catheters, discomfort associated with the use of catheters, low healthcare expenditure in Middle East and Africa, low reimbursement policies of poor regions especially Africa, embarrassment and stigma associated with the use of urinary catheters etc.

Taking all factors into consideration, we expect the Middle East and Africa Urinary Catheters Market to reach around $ 352.9 million from $ 236.5 million in 2015, by the end of the forecast period at a CAGR of ~6.9%.
Key Players for Middle East and Africa Urinary Catheters Market:
Coloplast A/S, Werkomed Pty Ltd, DISA Vascular, Medloyd Healthcare, Terumo Europe NV, Teleflex, Medtronic and others.

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Middle East and Africa Urinary Catheters Market has been segmented on the basis of product type which comprises intermittent catheters, indwelling (foley) catheters, external catheters and others. On the basis of construction material; market is segmented into rubber, plastic, silicone, latex and others. On the basis of end users; market is segmented into hospitals, ambulatory and home.

Regional Analysis of Middle East and Africa Urinary Catheters Market:

UAE is the largest market for urinary catheters in entire Middle East and Africa Urinary Catheters Market closely followed by Egypt. The rest of Africa market is however the fastest growing with a huge unmet medical needs.


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Last Updated April 30, 2018