Global Electrosurgical Cutting Forceps Market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 6.0% from 2020 to 2027

The primary purpose of electrosurgical devices is caused to prevent the bleeding by causing the coagulation of tissue at the site of surgery with the help of either Monopolar or bipolar forceps. Technological advancement in the electrochemical devices and increasing demand for minimally invasive surgical procedures drive the electrosurgical cutting forceps market growth.

In the present situation, the Monopolar forceps are dominating the types segment for the electrosurgical cutting forceps market. The major factors contributing to its market dominance are its applicability in surgical procedures requiring a high degree of tissue desiccation, vaporization and coagulation, and fulguration. Bipolar forceps have gained tremendous demand in the last decade owing to its ability to perform laparoscopic surgical procedures worldwide. Furthermore the ability to coagulate tissue in a fluid environment, and the flow of current being limited to the surgical site ultimately results in the prevention of tissue burns and damages.

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Hospitals and clinics are currently representing the largest end-user market for the electrosurgical cutting forceps. Significant rise in the number of outpatient admissions to undergo the surgical procedure as the only viable treatment option for chronic diseases. Huge funding by healthcare agencies worldwide to provide technological advanced electrosurgical devices to hospitals and clinics worldwide. Ambulatory surgical centers are gaining huge traction owing to its ability to drastically reduce the healthcare cost burden of ailing patients and a significant rise in the number of inpatient population opting minimally invasive surgical procedures throughout the globe.

North America is presently spearheading the geography segment for the electrosurgical cutting forceps market. As per the research findings brought forward by the U.S. Department for Health & Human Services in 2018, approximately 129 million outpatient surgeries were performed in the United States. The chief contributing factors such as increasing demand for non-invasive surgical procedures and the presence of key players such as Aesculap, Inc., Elite Medical, CONMED Corporation, Stryker, etc. further promote a positive impetus to the electrosurgical cutting forceps market growth in the region. In Europe, the market growth is defined by the proactive role adopted by the European Medical Agency (EMA) for the early clearance of electrosurgical devices. Western Europe has been pioneering in the manufacturing of invasive and noninvasive surgical devices for centuries and is anticipated to continue the trend during the forecast period. The Asia Pacific is expected to register comfortable growth in the near future owing to the significant rise in medical tourism. The constant rise in the ambulatory surgical centers to address emergency situations in the remote areas further propels the market growth in the region.

Medical device manufacturers engaged in the production of electrosurgical devices are Aesculap, Inc., Erbe Elektromedizin GmbH, Elite Medical, Medtronic, Plc., Ethicon, Inc., Bovie Medical, CONMED Corporation, Bissinger Medizintechnik GmbH, Stryker and BOWA-electronic GmbH & Co. KG.

Market key Takeaways:

  • Significant increase in the number of surgical procedures performed as the only treatment option for chronic diseases
  • Technological advancement in the development of Monopolar and bipolar forceps minimizing tissue burns and damages
  • Increasing demand for minimally invasive surgical procedures and constant rise in the ambulatory surgical centers together drive the electrosurgical cutting forceps market

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