Endoscopy devices are medical devices used to examine internal organs for diagnosis of diseases. Endoscopy fluid management systems are used for the irrigation and /or aspiration of fluids into or from a surgical work site during an endoscopic procedure. GlobalData uses proprietary data and analytics to provide a comprehensive report on the endoscopy fluid management systems market in France. Buy the latest report here.

In 2022, GlobalData’s Market Model methodology determined that the leading player in the endoscopy fluid management systems market in France was B. Braun Melsungen followed by Cardinal Health, Hologic, KARL STORZ SE, Lemke Vision, Medtronic, Olympus and Stryker.

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Endoscopy fluid management systems are used during minimally invasive surgery for the purpose of performing any one of a variety of irrigation/aspiration functions such as tissue lavage, uterine distension and others. These systems include electrically driven pressure suction irrigation pump. In this market, installed base and new sales are captured for the complete fluid management systems and the average life span and replacement sales are captured only of the suction irrigation pump (pump is the main functioning unit) and not of the complete system as the other components of the system such as tubing sets, jars are replaced at the regular intervals depending on the usage. Average selling price of complete fluid management system and pump are captured separately in this market. A complete fluid management system consists of suction irrigation pump, reusable and disposables tubing sets, reusable and disposable jars, calibration kit and stand. Accessories such as supply cords, canister bags, remote control and others which are bought separately are not tracked in this market. Endoscopy fluid management systems are categorized into laparoscopy fluid management systems, arthroscopy fluid management systems and hysteroscopy fluid management systems. Endoscopy fluid management systems that are used in hysteroscopic or cystoscopic procedures and laparoscopic procedures are tracked in this market. Arthroscopy fluid management systems are tracked separately under orthopedic devices market.

The endoscopy fluid management systems market in France can expand or contract due to a variety of reasons including population demographics, disease incidence and prevalence, macroeconomic issues, and geopolitical considerations. Disruption to a market could be caused by a sudden, unexpected change in these factors, but it could also be driven by changes in clinical practice, leading to a change in diagnosis or treatment of patients, as part of a process to generally improve medical practice.

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GlobalData’s Medical Intelligence Center Market Models are the gold standard of medical device market valuation, company share estimation and market trend forecasting. GlobalData uses a patient-based forecast model or installed base methodology to determine the market size for therapeutic indications and capital equipment expenditures. Estimates are based on a number of sources, including primary research—KOL and industry contact interviews—and secondary research, such as company reports, press releases, published articles, proprietary databases, and general news media.