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US Markets for Vascular Access Devices
US markets for vascular access devices
Millennium Research Group, A Decision Resources, Inc. Company

In 2005, the US vascular access market, composed of short peripheral intravenous catheters (PIVCs), central venous catheters (CVCs), peripherally inserted central catheters (PICCs), dialysis catheters (DCs), and implantable ports (IPs), was valued at roughly $1 billion, growing at slightly less than 6% over 2004. Throughout the forecast period, revenues will be driven by the aging US population and the introduction and adoption of higher-priced next-generation devices. The aging US population is expected to increase the number of people who are susceptible to chronic illness. Because the treatment of chronically ill patients usually involves venous access therapies, unit sales will grow in tandem. The introduction of higher-priced ...

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