Jul 08, 2020 (Profound via COMTEX) -- Craniosynostosis is a common cranial malformation resulting from the premature fusion of cranial sutures and changing of the skull’s growth pattern. Generally, craniosynostosis is classified into two broad categories, namely, syndromic and nonsyndromic. Syndromic craniosynostosis accounts for approximately 25% of reported cases, and results from more than 180 identified monogenic syndromes.
According to the study published in the Journal of Cranio-Maxillofacial Surgery in 2016, it was found that the prevalence of craniosynostosis is nearly 3.1 to 6.4 in 10.000 live births, which is reportedly rising. On considering the historical data, it is found that the prevalence of craniosynostosis, specially, sagittal and metopic suture synostosis, has risen significantly from 1997 until 2013. It is also reported that Sagittal synostosis was the most common type among all i.e. 44%. The Sagittal synostosis occurs predominantly in males.
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Notably, rising technological advancements is the key factor driving the pediatric craniosynostosis treatment market. It has been observed that most of population has been giving preference to minimally invasive surgery for the therapeutic purpose. The major appealing aspects about opting minimally invasive procedure are short hospital stay, less pain, small or no incision, quick recovery time, and reduction in blood loss.
Various other push factors such as increasing awareness among people, escalating prevalence of craniosynostosis, increasing government assistance, amendments in regulatory framework, and rising funding and reimbursement are continuously contributing to the growth of the global pediatric craniosynostosis treatment market.
The global pediatric craniosynostosis treatment market is segmented on the basis of type, diagnosis, treatment, and end-user.
On the basis of type, the market is segmented into single-suture synostosis, double-suture synostosis, and complex multisuture synostosis. The single-suture synostosis is further segmented into sagittal suture synostosis, coronal suture synostosis, metopic suture synostosis, and lambdoidal suture synostosis. The double-suture synostosis is further segmented into bicoronal, bilambdoid and sagittal plus metopic.
On the basis of diagnosis, the market is classified into physical examination, genetic testing, and imaging studies.
On the basis of treatment, the market is classified as stereotactic image guided endoscopic craniosynostosis repair, standard craniosynostosis surgery, baby helmet therapy, and others. The stereotactic image guided endoscopic craniosynostosis repair is further segmented into real-time stereotactic-endoscopic craniectomy and endoscopic strip sagittal craniectomy. The standard craniosynostosis surgery is further segmented into strip sagittal craniectomy, Frontal-Orbital Advancement (FOA), and Frontal-Occipital Reversal (FOR).
On the basis of end-user, the market is segmented into hospital, clinics, diagnostic centers, and others.
Some of the key players in the global pediatric craniosynostosis treatment market are Arthrex Inc., B. Braun Melsungen AG, Cogentix Medical, CONMED Corporation, Cook Medical, Frontier Healthcare, Fujifilm Holdings Corporation, Hoya Corporation, Johnson amp; Johnson Services, Inc., KARL STORZ GmbH amp; Co. KG, Medtronic Plc, Minntech Corporation, Olympus Corporation, Pentax Medical, Richard Wolf GmbH, Siemens Healthcare, Smith amp; Nephew Plc, STERIS Corporation, Stryker Corporation, US Endoscopy Group, and others.
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