Albany, New York (PRWEB) March 09, 2013
A growing prevalence of target disease segments such as prostate cancer, diabetic retinopathy, chronic pain causing diseases, cardiovascular diseases, colorectal cancer, a rising global prevalence of unwanted pregnancies and a rapidly aging global population are some of the most impact rendering drivers for the global implantable drug delivery devices market.
Some of the other drivers for the market include government and NGO initiatives undertaken to promote contraceptive drug delivery implants, rising number of interventional cardiologists and the rising demand for minimally invasive surgeries. Introduction of biodegradable implantable drug delivery technologies and new products such as MicroChips catering to disease segments such as osteoporosis will serve the market as future growth opportunities.
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The market for implantable drug delivery devices in cardiovascular applications held majority of the market share in 2011 and owing to the introduction of bio-absorbable stents expected in 2014, its market share is likely to witness further increase by 2018. The biodegradable drug delivery implant technology will grow at a faster CAGR in comparison to the non-biodegradable drug delivery implant technology due to the fact that they do not involve re-surgeries for device removal and eliminates side effects induced by the prolonged presence of the device in the body.
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The North American implantable drug delivery devices market held majority of the market share in 2011. However, its market share is expected to drop by 2018 owing to the accelerated market growth in the Asian regions induced by the economic development of emerging nations with high unmet medical needs such as India and China.
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