Bangalore, India — 12/29/2017 — In an EVH procedure, the EVH device is inserted into the patient via an incision approximately one inch long either in the patient's leg, arm or chest, depending on the vessel being procured. When the vessel is being removed from the patient's leg or arm, the non-dominant limb is generally used for decreasing patient discomfort after the procedure. Using endoscopic techniques, any tissue that is connected to the vessel is cut away and the vessel is removed through a secondary incision.
As it lessens patient discomfort and recovery times, EVH procedures have become the preferred method of obtaining vessels for CABG procedures. However, some vessels are still obtained using open harvesting methods at the discretion of the physician.
Coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) procedures involve bypassing a weakened or damaged artery with another vessel to bypass the blocked and diseased portion of the coronary artery and maintain blood flow. The vessels most often used are the saphenous vein in the leg, the radial artery in the arm or the mammary artery from the chest wall. Vessel harvesting may be performed with an open incision or endoscopically. Endoscopy allows for a small, minimally invasive incision to be made rather than the much larger incision required for open harvesting.
Endoscopic vessel harvesting (EVH) devices have become the standard of care for vessel harvesting during CABG procedures performed in the United States. The vessels obtained using EVH devices provide excellent conduit quality and hemostasis results. Furthermore, EVH procedures reduce patient discomfort and scarring as well as recovery time for the patient. This acts to improve patient outcomes and increase overall satisfaction.
Spanning over 379 pages “US Market Report for Endoscopic Vessel Harvesting Devices 2018 – MedCore” report covers Executive Summary, Competitive Analysis, Market Trends, Research Methodology, Disease Overview, Product Portfolio, Endoscopic Vessel Harvesting Device Market, Appendix. This report Covered Companies – Edwards Lifesciences, St. Jude Medical, Medtronic, Maquet, Abiomed, HeartWare Inc., Sorin Group, Terumo, Abbott Laboratories, Teleflex Medical, Cardiac Assist, AtriCure, W.L. Gore, SynCardia, Boston Scientific, Cryolife, Others include: Berlin Heart, Cardica, Chase Medical, Genesee Biomedical, Karl Storz, LifeNet Health, Microline Surgical, Novadaq, On-X, Saphena Medical, SentreHeart, Vitalitec, etc.
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