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The report recognizes the following companies as the key players in the Global Energy-based Therapeutics Market: Johnson & Johnson, Lumenis and Syneron Medical
Other Prominent Vendors in the market are: Abbott Medical Optics, AngioDynamics, Angiodynamic, Alcon, Alna Medical System, AtriCure, Bovie Medical, Boston Scientific, BIOLASE, Biolitec, Cardiogenesis, Cutera, Cynosure, Dornier MedTech, Ellex, EDAP TMS, InSightec, IRIDEX, Lightmed, Mederi Therapeutics, Medtronic, NIDEK, Optos, PhotoMedex, Radiancy, Photocure, Quantel Medical, Schwind, Sichuan Jinjiang Electronic Science and Technology, SonaCare Medical, StarMedTec, and Ziemer Ophthalmic Systems.
Commenting on the report, an analyst said: “A major trend is in the rising popularity of physician-owned ambulatory surgical centers (ASCs). Since most energy-based procedures do not necessarily require hospital stays, surgeons have started performing minimally invasive surgeries in ambulatory centers. The reimbursements provided in these outpatient settings encourage doctors to perform energy-based procedures in their own ASCs.”
According to the report, the increasing demand for aesthetic surgeries is a major driver contributing to the market growth. There has been a rise in the demand for high-quality and affordable cosmetic surgical procedures such as non-invasive aesthetic treatments.
Further, the report states that the varied regulations for medical devices are among the major challenges faced by the market during the forecast period.
The study was conducted using an objective combination of primary and secondary information including inputs from key participants in the industry. The report contains a comprehensive market and vendor landscape in addition to a SWOT analysis of the key vendors.
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