What are the Categories of Plastic Surgery Medical Instruments?

by Kavin Martiz
Plastic Surgery Medical Instruments

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Although the term is obsolete, “plastic surgery” is still commonly used to describe common procedures in “cosmetic surgery” (modern correct term): rhinoplasty, liposuction, and the like. But while plastic surgery medical instruments may no longer be an operative term (pun intended), it could take on a whole new meaning due to the prevalence of plastic medical devices in the healthcare industry, particularly those parts manufactured by plastic injection molding. These plastic medical parts can be used in almost any healthcare sector where long-lasting, high-volume, easy-to-sterilize parts with maximum accuracy are required. In fact, manufacturers of surgical devices, as well as other healthcare related manufacturers, have found that plastic injection molding is the best solution most efficiently to achieve the quality and cost they need to compete with today’s healthcare environment. North America dominated the market in 2018 and is expected to maintain its position over the forecast period. The main factors contributing to this growth are favorable reimbursement policies, the presence of key players and the increase in government initiatives providing access to advanced plastic surgery devices and training for physicians. In 2015, the surgery division of Massachusetts General Hospital launched the Global Surgery Initiative to help establish international partnerships and improve medical technology to successfully conduct surgery.
The Asia-Pacific region is expected to grow at the fastest pace during the forecast period due to increasing investment in the region. Japan, China, India, Australia, and South Korea are the main participating countries in the Asia-Pacific region. Government initiatives to improve reimbursement policy and raise awareness about reconstructive surgery or plastic surgery are other factors that may contribute to growth over the forecast period.

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