The U.S. market for enteral feeding devices is defined in this report as enteral feeding pumps, feeding tubes (PEG/DPEG/PEG-J/NGNJ) and feeding sets that consist of a giving set and an administration reservoir. The largest segment in this market was the feeding pump segment. The relatively large size of this segment is mainly due to the significantly higher ASP of the equipment coupled with the high adoption rate. Overall, the enteral feeding market is expected to grow steady at a single-digit rate during the projected period.
The value of the total U.S. market for enteral feeding devices increased in 2016. Growth is expected to persist throughout the forecasted period and will be driven primarily by increases in unit. The majority of units in this market are sold into hospitals and nursing home care market, with the pediatric segment experiencing the fastest growth.
The three segments have similar growth profiles with the enteral feeding pump and feeding set markets exhibiting a low single-digit rate, and the feeding tube market growing at a mid-single digit rate. The relatively higher growth in the tube market is mainly due to the high single-digit growth in one of its segments, namely low-profile balloon devices. The major contributor to the unit growth in this market is feeding set market due to the high volume coupled with the low-single digit growth rate.
Key Topics Covered:
1. Executive Summary
U.S. Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Device Market Overview
Procedure Codes Investigated
2. Disease Overview
2.1 Basic Anatomy
2.2 Gastrointestinal Disease: Treatment And Diagnostics