Marketsandmarkets Publishes Neurostimulation Market Research Report
10/05/2009

The global market for neurostimulation products is expected to be worth $3.6 billion in 2009, and expected to reach $10.2 billion by 2014, driven by the multiple treatment applications of neurostimulation products, and the emergence of venture capital in the industry.

Online PR News – 05-October-2009 – – The neurostimulation market is driven mainly by technology advancements, rising consumer awareness, rising age-related neurological disorders, improved clinical outcomes, long-term cost-effectiveness, increased FDA approvals for clinical trials, and the development of sophisticated implantable neurostimulation devices. Currently, there is a huge influx of new players entering into the market, thus leading to increased investments and R&D activities.

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The global market for neurostimulation products is expected to be worth $3.6 billion in 2009, and expected to reach $10.2 billion by 2014, driven by the multiple treatment applications of neurostimulation products, and the emergence of venture capital in the industry. Neurostimulation treatment involves less risk of infection, pain, bleeding, and swelling. These factors are encouraging an ever-increasing number of patients to opt for this treatment which is driving the market.

The neurostimulation market is driven mainly by technology advancements, rising consumer awareness, rising age-related neurological disorders, improved clinical outcomes, long-term cost-effectiveness, increased FDA approvals for clinical trials, and the development of sophisticated implantable neurostimulation devices. Currently, there is a huge influx of new players entering into the market, thus leading to increased investments and R&D activities.

The above figure illustrates the relative market shares and growth for the various neurostimulation applications in 2009. Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s applications have relatively high market size and high growth rate, thereby promising huge potential market for the major market players. Pain, chronic heart failure, and the strokes applications markets have an average market share but relative high growth rate; and are thus witnessing increased number of new entrants. Obesity, others neurodisorders (incontinence and gastroparesis) applications currently have low market shares but very high growth rates; while the essential tremors and eye disorder applications have low market shares and low growth rates.

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