Time filter

Source Type

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Aortic Aneurysm Repair Devices Global Market - Forecast to 2023" report to their offering. The Aortic Aneurysm Repair Devices market is classified based on site, product, repair type and geography. The Aortic Aneurysm Repair Devices products market is divided into Stent grafts, Catheters, and Others. The Aortic Aneurysm Repair Devices by site market is segmented into Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA) and Thoracic Aortic Aneurysm (TAA). Abdominal aortic aneurysm market is further segmented into Infrarenal and Perarenal. The perarenal market is further sub-segmented into Juxtrarenal and Suprarenal. Thoracic Aortic Aneurysm market is divided into Ascending an aortic aneurysm, Descending aortic aneurysm, Thoracoabdominal Aortic Aneurysm (TAAA) and Thoracic Arch Aneurysm. The Aortic Aneurysm market by repair type is divided into Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA) and Thoracic Aortic Aneurysm (TAA). Abdominal aortic aneurysm is divided into open surgery and Endovascular aneurysm repair (EVAR). Thoracic aortic aneurysm repair is divided into open surgery and Thoracic endovascular aneurysm repair (TEVAR). Further, the Aortic Aneurysm Repair Devices market is separated by geographical regions into North America, Europe, Asia-pacific and Rest of the World. 2 Introduction 2.1 Key Take Aways 2.2 Report Description 2.3 Markets Covered 2.4 Stakeholders 2.5 Research Methodology 2.5.1 Market Size Estimation 2.5.2 Market Crackdown and Data Triangulation 2.5.3 Secondary Sources 2.5.4 Primary Sources 2.5.5 Key Data Points from Secondary Sources 2.5.6 Key Data Points from Primary Sources 2.5.7 Assumptions 3 Market Analysis 3.1 Introduction 3.2 Market Segmentation 3.3 Factors Influencing Market 3.3.1 Drivers and Opportunities 3.3.1.1 Rising Geriatric Population 3.3.1.2 Increasing Prevalence of Lifestyle Diseases 3.3.1.3 Growing Acceptance for Minimally Invasive Endovascular Surgeries 3.3.1.4 Technological Advancements in Evar 3.3.1.5 Mergers and Acquisitions 3.3.1.6 Market Expansion Opportunities in Emerging Nations 3.3.2 Restraints and Threats 3.3.2.1 Risks Associated With Endovascular Procedures Such as Endoleaks and Radiation Exposure 3.3.2.2 High Costs of an Endovascular Aneurysm Repair Procedures 3.3.2.3 Stringent Regulatory Approval Requirement for an Aortic Aneurysm Repair Product 3.3.2.4 Lack of Skilled Professionals 3.3.2.5 Challenges Associated With Repair of Complex Anatomies 3.3.2.6 Off-The-Shelf Stent Grafts in Treating Complex Anatomies 3.4 Regulatory Affairs 3.4.1 U.S. 3.4.2 Europe 3.4.3 India 3.4.4 China 3.4.5 Japan 3.5 Reimbursement Scenario 3.5.1 Reimbursement Table 3.6 Porter's Five Force Analysis 3.6.1 Threat of New Entrants 3.6.2 Threat of Substitutes 3.6.3 Bargaining Power of Suppliers 3.6.4 Bargaining Power of Buyers 3.6.5 Competitive Rivalry 3.7 Market Share Analysis 3.7.1 Aortic Aneurysm Repair Devices Global Market Share Analysis, by Major Players 3.7.2 Evar Global Market Share Analysis, by Major Players 3.7.3 Tevar Global Market Share Analysis, by Major Players 3.7.4 U.S. Evar Market Share Analysis, by Major Players 3.7.5 Europe Evar Market Share Analysis, by Major Players 3.7.6 Japan Evar Market Share Analysis, by Major Players 3.8 Patent Trends 8 Company Developments 8.1 Introduction 8.1.1 Product Approval as a Major Growth Strategy of Market Players 8.2 Product Approval 8.3 Agreements and Acquisitions 8.4 New Product Launch 8.5 Other Developments - Abiomed (U.S.) - B.Braun GmbH (Germany) - BiFlow medical (Israel) - Bolton Medical (U.S.) - Boston Scientific corporation (U.S.) - Braile Biomedica (Brazil) - Cardiatis (Belgium) - Cardinal Health, Inc. (U.S.) - Cook Medical, Inc. (U.S.) - Cytograft Tissue Engineering, Inc. (U.S.) - Endologix, Inc. (U.S.) - Endospan (Israel) - Fuji Systems Corporation (Japan) - Getinge Groups (Maquet) (Sweden) - GRIKIN Advanced Materials (China) - HDH Medical Ltd (Israel) - JOTEC GmbH (Germany) - Le Maitre Vascular, Inc. (U.S.) - LifeTech Scientific Corporation (China) - Lombard Medical Technologies (U.K.) - Medtronic PLC (Ireland) - MicroPort Scientific Corporation China) - Nano Endoluminal S.A. (Brazil) - S & G Biotech, Inc. (South Korea) - St. George Medical (France) - Terumo Medical Corporation (Japan) - Transcatheter Technologies GmbH (Germany) - Vivasure Medical (Ireland) - W. L. Gore and Associates (U.S.) For more information about this report visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/4tpcxn/aortic_aneurysm Research and Markets is the world's leading source for international market research reports and market data. We provide you with the latest data on international and regional markets, key industries, the top companies, new products and the latest trends.


Tsukiya T.,Japan National Cardiovascular Center Research Institute | Toda K.,National Cerebral and Cardiovascular Center Hospital | Sumikura H.,Japan National Cardiovascular Center Research Institute | Takewa Y.,Japan National Cardiovascular Center Research Institute | And 3 more authors.
Journal of Artificial Organs | Year: 2011

The flow field of the newly developed inflow cannula designed for a bridge-to-decision circulatory support was numerically analyzed by computational fluid dynamics. This new cannula has elastic struts at the tip that enable minimal invasive insertion into the left ventricle while maintaining a wide inflow area by its lantern-like tip. The cannula's hydrodynamic loss, including change in pressure loss due to deformation, and its thrombus potential were numerically examined. Hydraulic resistance of the cannula with blood analog fluid was 31 mmHg at the flow rate of 5.0 L/min. There were regions on the inner surface of the struts where the shear rate was <100 s -1, and these regions can be a potential for thrombus formation, especially at low flow rates or under limited anticoagulant therapy. © 2011 The Japanese Society for Artificial Organs.


Sumikura H.,Japan National Cardiovascular Center Research Institute | Toda K.,Japan National Cardiovascular Center Research Institute | Takewa Y.,Japan National Cardiovascular Center Research Institute | Tsukiya T.,Japan National Cardiovascular Center Research Institute | And 6 more authors.
Artificial Organs | Year: 2011

Recent progress in the development of implantable rotary blood pumps realized long-term mechanical circulatory support (MCS) for bridge to transplant, bridge to recovery, or a destination therapy. Meanwhile, a short-term MCS system is becoming necessary for bridge to decision. We developed a novel inflow cannula for the short-term MCS system, which gives sufficient bypass flow with minimal invasion at insertion, and evaluated its hydrodynamic characteristics. The novel inflow cannula, named the Lantern cannula, is made of elastic silicone reinforced with metal wires. The cannula tip has six slits on the side. This cannula tip can be extended to the axial direction by using an introducer and can be reduced in diameter, and the Lantern cannula enables easy insertion into the left ventricle apex with minimal invasion. The sufficient bypass flow rate can be obtained due to low pressure loss. Moreover, this Lantern shape also resists suction complication around the cannula tip. The pressure loss through the Lantern cannula was measured using a mock circulation and compared with two commercially available venous cannulae (Sarns4882, Terumo, Tokyo, Japan and Stockert V122-28, Sorin Group, Tokyo, Japan), which have almost same diameter as the Lantern cannula. Moreover, the flow patterns around the cannula tip were numerically analyzed by computational fluid dynamics (CFD). Acute animal experiment was also performed to confirm the practical effectiveness of the Lantern cannula. The pressure loss of the Lantern cannula was the lowest compared with those of the commercially available venous cannulae in in vitro experiment. CFD analysis results demonstrated that the Lantern cannula has low pressure loss because of wide inflow orifice area and a bell mouth, which were formed via Lantern shape. The highest bypass flow was obtained in the Lantern cannula because of the low pressure loss under pulsatile condition in in vivo experiments. The Lantern cannula demonstrated superior hydrodynamic characteristics as the inflow cannula in terms of pressure loss due to its specially designed Lantern shape. © 2011, the Authors. Artificial Organs © 2011, International Center for Artificial Organs and Transplantation and Wiley Periodicals, Inc.


Patent
Fuji Systems Corporation and Mitaka Kohki Co. | Date: 2014-02-25

A microdrape 10 covers a surgical microscope system 60 including a surgical microscope 61 and a pair of binoculars 62 independently supported by an arm structure 64. The microdrape 10 has an opening end 6 and a closed end opposite to the opening end 6. The microdrape 10 includes: a cylindrical bag shaped main body 10a having the opening end 6; a first cylindrical bag 1 connected to the main body, 10a wherein the first cylindrical bag 1 has a hood for covering a lens tube of an objective lens 61a of the surgical microscope 61 and projecting portions 9a, 9b for covering lens tubes of eyeglasses 61b of the surgical microscope 61; and a second cylindrical bag 2 connected to the main body 10a, where the second cylindrical bag 2 has projecting portions 9c, 9d for covering lens tubes of eyeglasses 62a of the binoculars 62. A slit 5 is formed between the first cylindrical bag 1 and the second cylindrical bag 2. The microdrape can cover the surgical microscope 61, the binoculars 62 and the arm structure 64 without interfering with movement of the arm structure 64.


Patent
Fuji Systems Corporation | Date: 2012-10-26

Disclosed is a device for sheet insertion includes: a cylindrical mantle tube of which the front and back ends are opened and the inside is formed to be a sheet receiving part and an extruding member for sheet extrusion that is inserted into the mantle tube in a state of moving in a back and forth direction that is a tube-axis direction and of rotatable, wherein the extruding member has a shaft having a longer length than that of the mantle tube and a forked sheet winding part disposed at a tip portion of the shaft, and axial slits having a size enough to insert the sheet are formed therethrough on walls facing each other at the front end of the mantle tube over approximately the same length as that of the sheet winding part.


Patent
Fuji Systems Corporation | Date: 2013-11-27

A balloon catheter having a purge hole according to the present invention is configured with a duplex tube structure of an inner tube and an outer tube both of which having an opening at the distal end thereof. A balloon is provided to stretch over the section between the distal ends of the inner tube and the outer tube. A purge hole is provided on the inner tube covered by the balloon, through which the remaining air inside the balloon lumen and the balloon is discharged to a main lumen formed in the inner tube when the balloon is expanded, and which is closed by the balloon when the balloon is contracted.


Patent
Fuji Systems Corporation | Date: 2013-11-20

A water evacuating tube for washing an electric knife of the present invention includes a heat resistant tube main body, in which front and rear ends are open, and an inside in an axial direction is a hollow portion in which the electric knife is disposed and held. In a peripheral wall of the tube main body, a lumen for pouring water is disposed in the axial direction, and a front end portion of the tube main body is provided with a pouring water aperture for dropping the water from the lumen onto an electrode of the electric knife.


Trademark
Fuji Systems Corporation | Date: 2012-03-20

Medical catheter.

Loading Fuji Systems Corporation collaborators
Loading Fuji Systems Corporation collaborators