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According to the enteral feeding devices market report, premature babies are the major beneficiaries of enteral feeding devices. These babies have difficulty in swallowing, sucking, and breathing, because of undeveloped organ systems, and are not able to adapt to extra uterine environment and require enteral feeding devices to get nutrition.

The global enteral feeding devices market analyst says adoption of low-profile feeding tubes has increased because these tubes can provide nutrients directly to the stomach and are associated with fewer complications. New technologies such as minimally invasive enteral feeding devices are likely to gain momentum during the forecast period. The analysts forecast global enteral feeding devices market to grow at a CAGR of 6.16% during the period 2016-2020.

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Market Outlook of Enteral Feeding Devices Market

The prevalence of premature births is a primary driver for the market. Premature babies are at a higher risk of developing short- and long-term complications as their organ systems are not prepared to support life and they face difficulty in sucking, swallowing, or breathing, and hence, they require life support and constant care. Therefore, the need for enteral feeding devices such as enteral feeding tubes that provide premature babies with sufficient nutrients for growth and development is increasing, thereby leading to growth in the enteral feeding devices market.

Product Segmentation and Analysis of the Enteral Feeding Devices Market – Enteral feeding pumps, Gastrostomy feeding tubes, Low-profile gastrostomy devices, Nasogastric tubes and Others

The enteral feeding pumps product segment dominated the market during 2015, with a market share of over 61%. Increasing aging population, rising number of premature infants in critical care, cost benefits of enteral nutrition for patients at home as compared to hospitalization, technological advances, as well as design innovation of these devices are the primary factors driving this product segment.  

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Geographical Segmentation and Analysis of the Enteral Feeding Devices Market

The Americas accounted for about 40% of the market share during 2015 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of more than 6% during the forecast period. The prevalence of gastrointestinal infection has increased the adoption of enteral nutrition and is the primary driver for market growth in this region. The use of small-bore connectors for connecting feeding tubes to prevent life-threatening conditions is increasing, which is also another reason for the growth in enteral feeding devices market in the Americas.

The key vendors analyzed in enteral feeding devices market report are Cook Medical, Fresenius, Medtronic (Covidien), and Moog Medical Devices.

Other prominent vendors in the market include Alcor Scientific, Andersen Products, Angel Canada Enterprises, Applied Medical Technology, Asept Inmed, BARD Access Systems, Bard Medical, Boston Scientific, ConMed, Corpak Medical Systems, Degania Silicone, Guangdong Baihe Medical Technology, Halyard Health, Jiangsu Kangjin Medical Instruments, Mindray, Medela, Medline Industries, Nestle Healthcare Nutrition, Pacific Hospital Supply, Rontis Medical, Securmed, Shenzhen Bestman Instrument, Teleflex Medical, US Endoscopy, and Vygon.

Further, the enteral feeding devices market report states that the complications related to the use of enteral devices include gastrointestinal-linked conditions such as nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain, and bloating. Poor tube placement could also lead to infections in the lungs and the abdominal cavity.

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