Powered Surgical Instruments – Market Insights – Global

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a negative short-term impact on the global market for powered surgical instruments, but a swift recovery is underway. Ultimately, the global market for powered surgical instruments will continue to grow despite budget constraints on health care facilities, largely due to rising incidences of conditions requiring surgical procedures. Premium products such as battery-powered surgical instruments will see rising adoption due to their reliability and ease of use. 

This Medtech 360 Report provides comprehensive data and analysis on the state of the market for powered surgical instruments in the US, Europe, and Japan from 2019 through 2031.

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a negative impact on the global powered surgical instruments market.

How has COVID-19 affected sales volumes?

How do impact and recovery trends vary by segment? How do they vary by geography?

The nonelective nature of procedures requiring high-speed instruments is supporting comparatively rapid expansion of this market segment.

In which countries will the high-speed powered surgical instrument market expand the fastest, and why?

How will competition from high-speed powered surgical instruments impact the small-bone segment over the forecast period?

How does the power source affect the penetration of powered surgical instruments in different geographies?

EU regulatory changes will impact revenue growth in certain device segments.

What does the implementation of the EU MDR and regulations in the UK mean for the powered surgical instrument market?

Which segments are most likely to be affected by these changes?

What opportunities arise from stricter regulatory guidelines?

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