North America Sinus Dilation Devices Market Analysis (2017-2023)
The North America Sinus Dilation Devices Market would witness market growth of 7.2% CAGR during the forecast period (2017-2023). Sinuses are the hollow sacks in the head, responsible to secrete mucus, providing resona
The North America Sinus Dilation Devices Market would witness market growth of 7.2% CAGR during the forecast period (2017-2023). Sinuses are the hollow sacks in the head, responsible to secrete mucus, providing resonance to the voice. The mucus secreted prevents the nasal cavity from drying. It works as a barrier and blocks foreign particles from entering the nasal passage and reaching to lungs. The sinuses have openings allowing the mucus to drain from and flow into nasal passage. In some cases, however, the sinus openings get blocked, and as a result, the mucus remains logged into the sinus leading to headache, congestion, and inflammation of the sinus. The condition also leads to increased risk of infection, leading to sinusitis, which can be classified into acute, sub - acute and chronic. The growing incidence of sinusitis is expected to boost demand for sinus dilation devices during the forecast period.
The growing cases of chronic sinusitis would provide tremendous growth opportunities for the sinus dilation devices. With the development of new devices and technologies such as balloon sinus dilation systems, the adoption of these devices would significantly grow for treating sinusitis. These devices are more effective and less invasive; therefore, the risk associated with the use of these devices is minimal, creating significant demand from the end users. The market research report covers the analysis of key stake holders of the North America Sinus Dilation Devices Market.
Key companies profiled in the report include Olympus Corporation, SinuSys Corporation, Smith & Nephew Plc., Dalent Medical, LLC, Sklar Surgical Instruments, Medtronic Plc., Intersect ENT Inc., Johnson & Johnson (Acclarent Inc.), Accurate Surgical & Scientific Instruments Corporation, and Entellus Medical Inc.