The efficiency, accuracy, and effectiveness of hysteroscopy in the diagnosis and treatment of post-menopausal complications and gynecological diseases are supported by many research studies. Increasing use of office hysteroscopy and introduction of more innovative hysteroscopic procedures are expected to push the need for highly advanced hysteroscopes. Unhealthy lifestyles, changing climatic conditions, and stressful workplace conditions are taking a toll on women’s health. Today, there are a large number of women struggling with menstrual problems and gynecological conditions. High application of different types of hysteroscopy to treat these health problems is foreseen to increase the use of hysteroscope. —
Positive Factor: Rising Preference for Hysteroscopy due to Lower Discomfort and Blood Loss
In comparison with conventional diagnostic and surgical procedures, hysteroscopy involves lesser discomfort after the completion of procedure and lower level of blood loss. Moreover, patients who have undergone hysteroscopy can get back to their normal life in quick time as the recovery is faster. Although there are some side effects associated with hysteroscopy, growing demand for surgical procedures involving zero to minimum incision is anticipated to help increase the adoption of the procedure. As the preference for hysteroscopy increases, the requirement of hysteroscope is predicted to increase proportionally.
Top Strategy: Expansion of Product Portfolio through Partnerships
Hysteroscopes are provided by Karl Storz GmbH & Co. KG, Olympus Corporation, MedGyn Products Inc., Richard Wolf GmbH, Stryker, XION Medical GmbH, B. Braun Melsungen AG, Hologic Inc., and other companies. Manufacturers are foreseen to invest in the development of mini-hysteroscopes with a smaller diameter, ranging between 1.2 mm and 3 mm, and continuous-flow and working-channel features. The rising miniaturization and non-invasiveness trends are expected to influence the manufacture and development of upcoming products in the global hysteroscope market. Germany’s Olympus Medical Systems offers a rigid mini-hysteroscope with a 3 mm diameter, 1.9 mm telescope, and single-flow sheath ideal for office-based surgical procedures.
Players could enter into partnerships and collaborations to expand their product portfolio. In June 2019, Karl Storz, a German manufacturer of endoscopes and surgical instruments, formed a technology partnership with Diaspective Vision, a German innovation driver in the field of hyperspectral camera solutions.
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● Flexible Non-video (Fiber)
● Rigid Non-video
● Flexible Video (Fiber)
● Hysteroscopic Myomectomy
● Hysteroscopic Polypectomy
● Hysteroscopic Endometrial Ablation
By End Use
● Ambulatory Surgery Centers
Both rigid and flexible hysteroscopes have drawbacks that limit their usage in certain applications. With that said, rigid hysteroscope finds more demand in the global hysteroscope market due to its various advantages and relatively lower adoption of flexible hysteroscope. Based on a 2.9-mm rod-lens system, office continuous flow operative hysteroscopes by Karl Storz are more commonly used across the world.
On the other hand, flexible hysteroscope is mostly preferred to avoid common hysteroscopy complications such as uterine perforation. However, inability to withstand extensive intrauterine manipulations, expensive cost, and lower image quality because of light transmission by fibers instead of rod lenses are expected to hamper the growth of flexible hysteroscope in the global hysteroscope market.
Hysteroscopic myomectomy is a leading application of hysteroscope. Its minimally invasive nature and high efficiency in the removal of intracavitary fibroids are anticipated to increase its adoption in future. Researchers are analyzing the possibility of performing hysteroscopic myomectomy in a single surgical procedure. If proved safe and efficient, hysteroscopic myomectomy could gain more preference in the coming years. Studies have also shown the safety and effectiveness of cold loop hysteroscopic myomectomy in removing submucous myomas. Importantly, hysteroscopic myomectomy is shown to improve menorrhagia and fertility outcome in some studies.
Compared to clinics and ambulatory surgery centers, hospitals are observed to conduct more number of hysteroscopic myomectomy and hysteroscopic polypectomy procedures, thus helping with strong sales of hysteroscopes in the global market.
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