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Urological Catheters - Global Strategic Business Report 2015-2020: Burgeoning Ageing Populace to Propel Catheter Usage.

DUBLIN, Mar. 26, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --Research and Markets

( has announced the addition of the "Urological Catheters - Global Strategic Business Report" report to their offering.

This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Urological Catheters in Thousand Units and US$ Thousands by the following Product Segments: Dialysis Catheters (Hemodialysis Catheters, & Peritoneal Catheters), and Urinary Catheters (Foley Catheters, Intermittent Catheters, & External/Condom Catheters). The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East, and Latin America. Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2014 through 2020. Also, a seven-year historic analysis is provided for these markets. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research. Company profiles are primarily based on public domain information including company URLs.

The report profiles 62 companies including many key and niche players such as:

* AngioDynamics, Inc. (US)

* B. Braun Melsungen AG (Germany)

* Boston Scientific Corp. (US)

* C R Bard, Inc. (US)

* Coloplast Group (Denmark)

* Cook Medical, Inc. (US)

* Fresenius Medical Care AG & Co. KGaA (Germany)

* Hollister, Inc. (US)

* Medline Industries, Inc. (US)

* Medtronic PLC (US)

* Olympus Corp. (Japan)

* Teleflex Inc. (USA)

* Wellspect HealthCare (Sweden)


* Urological Catheters: A Prelude

* Increasing Prevalence of Urinary Incontinence - A Key Growth Factor

* Burgeoning Ageing Populace to Propel Catheter Usage

* Recession Impact on the Urological Catheters Market: In Retrospect

* Positive Outlook for the Healthcare Industry Signals Promising Growth Prospects

* Segment Analysis

* Urinary Catheters Market Poised to Witness Steady Growth

* Intermittent Catheters Continue to Drive Urological Catheters Market

* Dialysis Catheters Market Driven by Increasing Number of Dialysis Patients

* Improving Healthcare Infrastructure and Reimbursement to Promote Growth in Developing Countries


* Focus on Prevention of Catheter Associated Urinary Tract Infection Spurs Product Innovation

* Home-based Hemodialysis - An Emerging Market for Catheter Makers

* Female Population Drives Demand

* Total Urinary Incontinence in Spinal Cord Injury Patients to Increase Catheter Usage

* Incontinence in Multiple Sclerosis Drives Urinary Catheters Market

* Market Challenges

* Development of Alternative Treatment

* Austerity Driven Cuts in Healthcare Spending

* Reimbursement Constraints

* Stringent Regulations Impacting Product Development

* Intense Competition Eroding Profit Margins


* Dire Need to Prevent Catheter-linked Infection

* Infection Prevention Promotes Research

* Antimicrobial-Coated Urinary Catheters Aiding in Lowering HAI Risk

* Unlocking Bacterial Genes Opens Doors to Preventing Biofilms

* Tunneled Catheters versus Non-tunneled Catheters

* Intraurethral Catheter - A Better Alternative to Indwelling Catheters for Elderly Patients


* A Curtain Raiser

* Positive Outlook for Urological Devices Market

* Favorable Factors Bolster Urinary Incontinence Devices Sales

* Manufacturers Battle for Share in Urinary Incontinence Devices Market

* Demand for Catheterization on the Rise

* Strong R&D Ecosystem Spurs Innovation in the Catheters Market

* Cardiovascular Catheters Dominate Global Catheters Market

* PPS Reimbursement Modifications Alter the Sales of ESRD Devices

* Key Challenges for Device Manufacturers

* Obtaining Regulatory Approval for Marketing New Products

* Regulatory Challenges

* Impasse in Product Innovation


* Dialysis Industry - An Overview

* Market Drivers - At a Glance

* Aging Population - A Major Driving Factor

* Expanding ESRD Patient Population Elevating the Dialysis Industry


* Types of Urinary Incontinence

* Stress Incontinence

* Urge Incontinence

* Overflow Incontinence

* Reflex Incontinence

* Functional Incontinence

* Transient Incontinence

* Treatment Modalities for Urinary Incontinence

* Bladder Control Products and Incontinence Management

* Bladder Control Products

* Female Incontinence and Bladder Control Products

* Bladder Control Products and Male Incontinence

* Incontinence Management Techniques

* Bladder Training

* Catheterization

* Moisture Alarms

* Electrical Stimulation

* Surgical Treatment


* Dialysis Catheters

* Dialysis Catheter Care

* Exit Site Care

* Temporary Catheters and Precautions

* Hemodialysis Catheters

* Process of Hemodialysis

* Indications

* Application of Hemodialysis Catheters

* High-Flux Dialysis

* Peritoneal Dialysis and Peritoneal Catheters

* Purpose and Process

* Catheter-Related Complications of PD Technique

* Origins of PD Technique

* Urinary Catheters

* Foley Catheters

* Problems of Foley Catheterization Requiring Reinsertion

* Complications Arising from Foley Catheters

* Intermittent Catheters

* Intermittent Catheterization Method and Techniques

* Pros and Cons of Intermittent Catheterization

* External/Condom Catheters

* Types of Catheterization

* Short-term Catheterization

* Long-term Catheterization

* Intermittent Catheterization

* Types of Urological Catheters

* Types of Catheter Materials

* Latex

* Silicon

* Poly vinyl chloride

* Polyurethane

* Pros and Cons of Various Types of Indwelling Urinary Catheter Materials

* Evolution and Development of Urinary Catheters

* Technological Advancements in Catheters

* Advancements in Material Technology

* Evolving Dialysis Catheter Technologies

* Changes in Catheter Tips

* Some of the catheter tip designs of recent years include

* Solutions for Fighting Infections

* Antibiotic Ointments

* Antibiotic Lock Solutions

* Coated Catheters

* Antibiotic-Coated Catheters

* Catheters with Antithrombotic Coating


* Urinary Tract Infections (UTI)

* Defining Bacteriuria and UTI

* Risk Factors for Bacteriuria

* Prevention of Urinary Catheter Related Infection in the Critically Ill

* Prevention Strategies

* Nosocomial Urinary Tract Infections in Catheterized Patients - Causative Factors, Preventive Strategies, and its Justification

* Prevention of Infection in Patients Using Indwelling Catheterization

* Treatment and Remedial Measures for Catheter-Related Infections

* Fight against Infection

* Other Complications

* Other Common Complaints of Catheter Usage

* Obstruction

* Leakage

* Infection

* Technologies to Fight Infection

* Silver Coating of Urethral Catheters

* Antimicrobial Coated Catheter


* Cordis Corporation Unveils Saber PTA Line of Dilatation Catheter

* Bactiguard Secures Approval for BIP Foley Catheters in New Patient Groups

* Hollister Introduces VaPro and Apogee IC

* CorMedix's Neutrolin Catheter Lock Solution Secures CE Mark

* Eloquest Unveils ReliaFit

* Merit Medical Systems Launches New CentrosFLO Dialysis Catheter

* Dynarex Introduces Closed Circuit Foley Catheter Tray

* Rochester Medical Launches Spirit Hydrocolloid Adhesive Sheath

* University of Nottingham Develops New Antimicrobial Catheter

* UroMed Introduces Cure Twist Portable Catheter

* Poiesis Medical Unveils New Duette Urinary Catheter

* Rochester Medical Corporation Launches Magic3 Hydrophilic Intermittent Catheter

* Covalon Technologies to Unveil SilverCoat Antimicrobial Silicone Foley Catheter

* Argon Medical Devices Rolls Out UltraStream Chronic Hemodialysis Catheter

* AngioDynamics Releases DuraFlow 2 Chronic Hemodialysis Catheter

* Teleflex Incorporated Launches Arrow NextStep Antegrade Catheter

* The University of Michigan Research Team Unveils Electromodulated Smart Catheter

* AngioDynamics Secures FDA Approval for BioFlo PICC

* Great Lakes Pharmaceuticals Commences Clinical Study for B

* Lock Catheter Technology in Europe

* Care Fusion Secures NICE Approval for PleurX Peritoneal Catheter Drainage System

* Quattro Vascular Bags CE Mark Approval for Chocolate PTA Balloon Catheter


* Medtronic Takes over Covidien

* C R Bard Takes Over Rochester Medical

* Laborie Takes Over Life-Tech's Urology Business

* VistaMed to Enhance Manufacturing in Ireland

* AngioDynamics and Interface Biologics Extend Licensing Agreement to Include Central Venous Catheters

* Rochester Medical to Stop Production of Foley Catheters

* Merit Medical Acquires Assets of Medigroup

* ConvaTec Acquires 180 Medical

* Teleflex Takes Over Hotspur Technologies

* AngioDynamics Acquires Navilyst Medical

* Cryolife Acquires Hemosphere

* Medline Signs Strategic Agreement with Teleflex

* Phase One Medical Signs Contract with Pelham Plastics


Total Companies Profiled: 62 (including Divisions/Subsidiaries - 69)

* The United States (32)

* Canada (4)

* Japan (2)

* Europe (19)

* - France (1)

* - Germany (3)

* - The United Kingdom (7)

* - Rest of Europe (8)

* Asia-Pacific (Excluding Japan) (11)

* Middle East (1)

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