A recent report published by Infinium Global Research on intracranial stents market provides an in-depth analysis of segments and sub-segments in the global as well as regional intracranial stents market. The study also highlights the impact of drivers, restraints, and macro indicators on the global and regional intracranial stents market over the short term as well as long term. The report is a comprehensive presentation of trends, forecast and dollar values of global intracranial stents market. According to the report, the global intracranial stents market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 15.50% over the forecast period of 2018-2024.
The report on global intracranial stents market covers segments such as product type and end-users. On the basis of product type, the sub-markets include stent-assisted coil embolization, self-expanding stents, and balloon expanding stents. On the basis of end-users, the sub-markets include ambulatory surgery centers and hospitals.
The report provides profiles of the companies in the market such as Penumbra, Inc., BALT EXTRUSION, Stryker, Cardiatis, S.A, Medtronic, DePuy Synthes, phenox GmbH, Acandis GmbH, ADMEDES GmbH, and TERUMO CORPORATION.
The report provides deep insights into the demand forecasts, market trends, and micro and macro indicators. In addition, this report provides insights into the factors that are driving and restraining the growth in this market. Moreover, The IGR-Growth Matrix analysis given in the report brings an insight into the investment areas that existing or new market players can consider. The report provides insights into the market using analytical tools such as Porter's five forces analysis and DRO analysis of intracranial stents market. Moreover, the study highlights current market trends and provides forecast from 2018-2024. We also have highlighted future trends in the market that will affect the demand during the forecast period. Moreover, the competitive analysis given in each regional market brings an insight into the market share of the leading players.