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Published on : Dec 10, 2019

Brain forceps come under the category of precession surgical instruments. Brain forceps are made utilizing non-magnetic and non-corrosive materials like stainless steel and titanium. High frequency generates are linked with brain forceps and then it is used for the purpose of coagulation of the adjacent tissues. The global brain forceps market gathers momentum from its increased adoption while conducting brain surgeries. The irrigation system that is connected to brain forceps regulates the decrease in temperature at the point of coagulation, drop size, and flow rate at the time of brain surgery.

Brain forceps come in various sizes and shapes and it depends on the application type of these forceps. These brain forceps come with a certain space for the purpose of opening and closing of tips. Certain brain forceps like bipolar ones come with a suction and a dissector are increasingly being utilized by neurosurgeons, thereby boosting the global brain forceps market. 

Product and region are the two parameters based on which the global brain forceps market has been segmented. Accurate Surgical & Scientific Instruments Corporation, Kirwan Surgical Products, Boston Scientific Corporation, B. Braun Medical Inc., Sklar Surgical Instruments, and Argon Medical Devices, Inc. are some of renowned companies that operate successfully in the global brain forceps market.

Rise in Neurological Disorders Fuel Growth of the Market over the Assessment Tenure

The expansion of the global brain forceps market is driven by its growing use to take out arachnoid planes and tissues of tumors, and separate membranes. Brain forceps come with two different tips, which are used for two different purposes.  The ones that come with sharp tips find its utilization for various delicate surgical processes and the ones with blunt tips are utilized for the operating on tumors. If tissues are stuck on the tip of forceps, then it might result in the damage of surrounding tissues. As such, Vesalius, a high frequency bipolar coagulation system, was launched in Japan in 2006 to overcome the issue of tissue damage. This medical device prevented any harm on the surrounding tissues and it did not require any cleaning task while conducting neurosurgery. Another technological advancement that benefited the global brain forceps market is the launch of T-shaped support for the forearm that reduced the tiredness of surgeons’ hands. 

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The global brain forceps market is primarily stimulated by the expansion in the number of patients requiring neurosurgeries, tumor removal, and other surgeries. A surge in neurological diseases and brain injuries is likely to support growth of the brain forceps market over the forecast period.

Neurosurgical treatments are very highly priced, which hampers the growth of the global brain forceps market to some extent. In addition, lack of proper healthcare infrastructure together with dearth of skilled surgeons in some parts of the world is likely to impede growth of the market in years to come. 

North America and Europe to Dominate the Market over the Period of Assessment

To facilitate better understanding of market dynamics, the global brain forceps market have been segmented into Latin America, Middle East and Africa, North America, Europe, and Asia Pacific.

Both Europe and North America are likely to hold major shares of the global brain forceps market. Such dominance of these two regions is ascribed to the rise in number of brain injuries. In addition, technological progress and propensity for early adoption of such technologies in both the regions play a significant role in the expansion of the market.

Asia Pacific is expected to come up as a rapidly growing region due to increased spending on healthcare infrastructure and patient population opting for such surgeries. Besides, many of the leading market players are also expanding their presence in the region following a boost in medical tourism industry.