European Market Report for Catheter Securement Devices 2017 - MedCore

  • ID: 3960393
  • Report
  • Region: Europe
  • 107 pages
  • iData Research
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Manufactured catheter securement devices (MCSDs) were introduced in 1997 to provide superior securement to tape and gauze. These devices are now used for securing the majority of PICCs and a small portion of CVCs, PIVCs and dialysis catheters. There are numerous studies showing the clinical benefits of the StatLock® device from C. R. Bard, the leading MCSD in the European market, as compared with tape or sutures. It is worth noting that MCSDs that rely on adhesives, such as the StatLock®, lose grip over time and need to be replaced approximately every seven days.

Studies also suggest substantial potential cost savings from using a MCSD when the cost of materials, nursing time and treatment of preventable complications is factored in. Depending on the MCSD and catheter, additional products may be used to stabilize the catheter. Alternatively, catheters are often secured without the use of a MCSD. For example, transparent dressings are commonly used alone without an MCSD. However, a transparent dressing alone does not anchor the catheter securely against horizontal and lateral forces and is often incorrectly thought of as a securement device. In situations where catheters have a high level of exposure outside the insertion site, tape can be used to secure them.
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Table Of Contents I
List Of Figures Xvii
List Of Charts Xx
Executive Summary
European Market For Vascular Access Devices And Accessories Overview
Competitive Analysis
Market Trends
Market Developments
Procedure Numbers
Markets Included
Key Report Updates
Version History
Research Methodology
1.1 Research Scope
1.2 9-Step Methodology
Step 1: Project Initiation & Team Selection
Step 2: Prepare Data Systems And Perform Secondary Research
Step 3: Preparation For Interviews & Questionnaire Design
Step 4: Performing Primary Research
Step 5: Research Analysis: Establishing Baseline Estimates
Step 6: Market Forecast And Analysis
Step 7: Identify Strategic Opportunities
Step 8: Final Review And Market Release
Step 9: Customer Feedback And Market Monitoring
Disease Overview
2.1 Basic Anatomy
2.1.1 Human Vascular System
2.2 Vascular Pathology And Disorders
2.2.1 Cancer
2.2.2 End-Stage Renal Disease
2.2.3 Diabetes
Product Assessment
3.1 Product Portfolios
3.1.1 Catheter Securement Devices Introduction Catheter Stabilization Methods 3M 3M™ Picc/Cvc Securement Systems Tegaderm™ 3M™ Medical Tapes Baxter Vital-Hold™ Cardinal Health Original Boarder Advanced Iv Centurion Medical Sorbaview® Other Product Offerings C.R. Bard Statlock® Iv Statlock® Picc Statlock® Cv Statlock® Dialysis Other Statlock® Offerings Insightra Medical Modulare® Interrad Medical Securacath® Johnson & Johnson Biopatch® Other Product Offerings M.C. Johnson Cath-Secure™ Medtronic Kendall™ Other Product Offerings Neo Medical V-Lock™ Smith & Nephew Iv3000® Hypafix® Primapore® Starboard Medical Clik-It™ Tidi Products Grip-Lok® Picc Securement Grip-Lok® Cvc Securement Grip-Lok® Pivc Securement
3.2 Regulatory Issues And Recalls
3.2.1 November 2015
3.2.2 October 2015
3.2.3 September 2015
3.2.4 August 2015
3.2.5 July 2015
3.2.6 April 2015
3.2.7 March 2015
3.2.8 February 2015
3.2.9 January 2015
3.2.10 December 2014
3.2.11 October 2014
3.2.12 September 2014
3.2.13 May 2014
3.2.14 April 2014
3.2.15 March 2014
3.2.16 January 2014
3.2.17 December 2013
3.2.18 September 2013
3.2.19 August 2013
3.2.20 June 2013
3.2.21 March 2013
3.2.22 February 2013
3.2.23 December 2012
3.2.24 August 2012
3.2.25 June 2012
3.2.26 May 2012
3.2.27 March 2012
3.2.28 February 2012
3.2.29 January 2012
3.3 Clinical Trials
3.3.1 Catheter Securement Devices
3.4 Product Pipelines
3.4.1 Alliance Vascular Devices, Llc Freehand Safety Huber Needle®
3.4.2 Angiodynamics Celerity™ Picc Tip Confirmation System With Navigation Firefly Bioflo® Picc Line Extension Bioflo® Port Line Extension Next Generation Bioflo® Picc Next Generation Bioflo® Port
3.4.3 Bluegrass Vascular Technologies, Inc. Surfacer® Inside-Out™ Access System
3.4.4 C.R. Bard Chemical-Resistant Piccs Novel Advanced Material Piccs Powerglide® Pro Midline Accucath® Xenesis™ Acute Hemodialysis Catheter Site~Rite® 8 Ultrasound System
3.4.5 M. C. Johnson Picc Securement Device
3.4.6 Nipro Medical Shielding Safety Needle Safety Syringe Safety Pivc
3.4.7 Parasol Medical Catheter Securement Device
3.4.8 Pavmed Inc. Nextcath™
3.4.9 Phase One Medical Goldilocks™ Long Term Hemodialysis Catheter Triple-Lumen Symetrex™ Hemodialysis Catheter
3.4.10 Prodigy Diabetes Care, Llc. Insulin Pen Needles
3.4.11 Sharklet Technologies, Inc. Sharklet™ Central Venous Catheter
3.4.12 Starboard Medical Catheter Securement Devices
3.4.13 Teleflex Medical Arrow® Endurance™ Extended Dwell Peripheral Catheter System Tip Confirmation For Cvcs, Chronic Hemodialysis Catheters & Ports
3.4.14 Vascular Access Technologies, Inc. Safecvad™
Country Profiles
4.1 Introduction
4.1.1 Population
4.1.2 Gdp Per Capita
4.1.3 Price Index
4.2 Germany
4.3 France
4.4 United Kingdom
4.5 Italy
4.6 Spain
4.7 Benelux
4.8 Scandinavia
4.9 Austria
4.10 Switzerland
4.11 Portugal
Catheter Securement Device Market
5.1 Introduction
5.1.1 Catheter Stabilization Methods Tape And Dressings Manufactured Catheter Securement Devices Sutures
5.2 Market Analysis And Forecast
5.3 Drivers And Limiters
5.3.1 Market Drivers
5.3.2 Market Limiters
5.4 Competitive Market Share Analysis
Appendix: Company Press Releases
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After catheters are placed, they must be secured to prevent catheter migration, pistoning or dislodgement. Minor catheter movements can irritate the vein and cause phlebitis, while larger movements can create dislodgement and cause catheter infiltration and possibly infection. These problems can create a need for catheter replacement, which increases both cost and the chance of needlestick injury. All catheters require some form of securement, which varies depending on the catheter and healthcare facility.
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3DT Holdings LLC
Access Scientific
Ambu Inc.
B. Braun
Baxter International
Becton Dickinson
C. R. Bard
Cardinal Health
Cook Medical
Districlass Medical
Edwards Lifesciences
Endeavor Capital
Grupo Sendal
Interrad Medical
Ivera Medical Corporation
Navilyst Medical
Nipro Medical
Nostix, LLC
Perouse Medical
PFM Medical
PFM Medical
PositiveID Corp.
Roundtable Healthcare
Safety Syringes Inc.
Semprus BioSciences
Smiths Medical
SonoSite, Inc.
Teleflex Medical
Vascular Pathways, Inc.
VeriTeQ Acquisition Corp.
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