Enteral Feeding Tubes Market 2021 By Regional Statistics, CAGR, Trend & Growth Forecast To 2027

Enteral Feeding Tubes Market 2021 By Regional Statistics, CAGR, Trend & Growth Forecast To 2027

Surging incidences of metabolic disorders coupled with a subsequent increase in patients requiring enteral feeding are likely to augment enteral feeding tubes market size over coming years.

An enteral feeding tube is suggested when an ALS patient is no longer capable of ingesting sufficient liquids for the prevention of dehydration. This is also applicable when a patient is not in a position to ingest sufficient calories for the maintenance of body weight. Doctors usually recommend a feeding tube after a patient’s swallowing tests indicate that he/she is no longer in a position to safely eat in a sufficient manner for maintaining the body.

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Global enteral feeding tubes market is estimated to surpass USD 3.0 billion by 2026, stated a recent report by Global Market Insights, Inc. Prominent players in the enteral feeding tubes market comprise Boston Scientific Corporation, Cook Medical, Avanos Medical, Abbott, Medline Industries, Inc., Cardinal Health, and others.

Different enteral feeding tubes types that could be used for ensuring that patients gain appropriate food and nutrition into their body comprise gastronomy tubes, PEG tubes, and jejunostomy tubes. All these types of feeding tubes, despite entering in a different area of the body, end up in the gastrointestinal tract, thereby smoothening metabolic functions, and propelling industry expansion.

The nasal feeding tubes market is projected to grow at a remarkable rate of 6.1 per cent over the assessment period. This growth is prominently ascribed to the increasing number of patients suffering with swallowing disorders.

Additionally, as the placement of these tubes does not need surgery, they are considered to be the most cost-effective alternative as compared to other feeding tubes. Further, these tubes can be replaced within a short period of time, which helps in making them a preferable option, thereby contributing to the escalation of enteral feeding tubes market over the forecasted timeframe.

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Recent technological advancements comprising ‘enteral only’ labels, bright purple or orange tubing, and non-IV compatible or manufacturer-specific enteral-only connectors, amongst others, will lead to a surge in the adoption of enteral feeding devices, further impelling product demand through the anticipated period.

Further, GEDSA (Global Enteral Device Supplier Association) has released new enteral connectors, called EnFit, that adhere to ISO standards for the improvement of patient safety and the reduction of incidences of medical device tubing misconnections.

Escalating number of pre-mature births with long or short-term morbidity is likely to create a high demand for pediatric enteral feeding tube products through the forecast period.

Pediatric segment in the enteral feeding tubes market is poised to grow at a commendable rate of 6.1 per cent through 2026. Increasing demand for nutritional therapy in pediatric population diagnosed with acute neurological disorders has been one of the prominent factors driving segment growth in the coming years.

In essence, surging use of advanced enteral feeding devices coupled with the robust presence of hospitals equipped with all facilities in developed countries will bolster global enteral feeding tubes market demand over ensuing years. Additionally, rising expenditure by government authorities on hospitals will further bolster industry expansion to a considerable extent.

Partial Chapter of the Table of Content

Chapter 2.  Executive Summary

2.1. Enteral feeding tubes industry 3600 synopsis, 2015 - 2026 (USD Million)

2.1.1. Business trends

2.1.2. Product trends

2.1.3. Disease condition trends

2.1.4. Patient trends

2.1.5. Tube type trends

2.1.6. Tube placement trends

2.1.7. End-use trends

2.1.8. Regional trends

Chapter 3.  Enteral Feeding Tubes Industry Insights

3.1. Industry segmentation

3.2. Industry landscape, 2015 - 2026 (USD Million)

3.3. Industry impact factors

3.3.1.  Growth drivers

3.3.1.1.  Increase in number of cancer cases across the globe

3.3.1.2.  Rise in incidence of premature births and pediatric diseases

3.3.1.3.  Growing central nervous system and mental health disorders

3.3.1.4.  Increasing metabolic disorders

3.3.1.5.  Recent technological advancements

3.3.1.6.  Rise in adoption of home healthcare

3.3.2.  Industry pitfalls & challenges

3.3.2.1.  Lack of awareness in developing and under-developed regions

3.3.2.2.  Risks associated with enteral feeding

3.4. Growth potential analysis

3.4.1.  By product

3.4.2.  By disease condition

3.4.3.  By patient

3.4.4.  By tube type

3.4.5.  By tube placement

3.4.6.  By end-use

3.5. COVID-19 impact analysis

3.6. Regulatory landscape

3.6.1.  U.S.

3.6.2.  Europe

3.7. Porter’s analysis

3.8. Competitive landscape, 2019

3.8.1.  Competitive matrix analysis

3.9. PESTEL analysis

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