The US Neurology Device Market size is at around $5.31 Bn in 2022 and is projected to reach $8.32 Bn in 2030, exhibiting a CAGR of 5.8% during the forecast period. With increasing emphasis on minimally invasive procedures and revolutionary research being focussed on Neurology diseases like ALS, Alzheimer’s disease, and traumatic Neurology impairment. Major players like Medtronic, GE Healthcare, and Siemens Healthineers are capturing a wider network of stakeholders. This report by Insights10 is segmented by product type like neurostimulation, interventional neurology, neurosurgery devices, and neuro-endoscopes, and by the end user.
Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, major depression, epilepsy, spinal cord injury, and traumatic brain injury are just a few of the Neurology disorders and conditions that Neurology devices can assist diagnose, preventing, and treating. Neurology gadgets can assist restore hearing and sight and boost function in those who have limb loss or congenital limb abnormalities. Neurodiagnostics, neuro-interventional, and neurostimulation devices are examples of Neurology devices. The FDA's Centre for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) Neurology Program performs regulatory science research to assist ensure patient access to innovative, safe, and effective neurology devices. The Neurology device market is expanding rapidly, notably in the areas of device interfaces, and interventional and surgical Neurology devices. Despite tremendous technical development, collecting samples from the nervous system remains difficult, and systemic markers are frequently unavailable. Neurology gadgets have substantial challenges in clinical testing for safety and effectiveness. Developing regulatory tools, methods, and models to aid in the understanding of clinical manifestations of Neurology diseases, as well as non-clinical methods to assess the safety of these devices, presents an opportunity to significantly reduce the regulatory burden associated with bringing potentially life-saving devices to market. The FDA's Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) conducts research to promote science-based and transparent judgments in the device review process while minimizing assumptions and subjectivity. FDA scientists promote regulatory science by creating new tools, standards, and methodologies for evaluating the safety, effectiveness, quality, and performance of pharmaceuticals and medical devices.
The development of more dependable brain interface devices is one area of FDA regulatory science for Neurology devices. The US Neurology Device Market size is at around $5.31 Bn in 2022 and is projected to reach $8.32 Bn in 2030, exhibiting a CAGR of 5.8% during the forecast period (2022-2030). Finding new systems-level biomarkers for Neurology illnesses, contrasting invasive and non-invasive neural interface technologies to assess their durability and efficacy, and new techniques for data analysis and display to get the most valuable data out of physiological recordings. creating test procedures to measure cognitive strain and upper limb prosthetic performance, changes brought on by cortical implants in terms of neurophysiology, anatomy, behavior, and the characteristics of electrode materials. Metrics for measuring how well peripheral nerve contacts perform over the long run. identification of brain damage Applications of high-intensity therapeutic ultrasound to the diagnosis and treatment of brain injuries, as well as the long-term reliability of neural implants under the guidance of a cranial robotic platform, precisely match your surgical goals for cranial procedures. You may rapidly and precisely align your surgical plans for cranial procedures thanks to continuous real-time visualization, feedback, and robotically aided movement.
The innovative research in the direction of surgical guidance in neurology strives to improve workflow efficiency with a minimal footprint that is it seamlessly integrates with your navigation system with optical and electromagnetic trackers with the drilling technology. This guides the bone anchor along a predetermined path and the target area is reached by passing a flexible laser catheter through the bone anchor. Installation of the anchor bolts to allow for the installation of depth electrodes helps efficiently place multiple electrodes. In the newer devices, high-speed pneumatic drills with a permanently attached tracker allow for intraoperative navigation of spinal procedures using the surgical navigation system which is a precision device for spinal cord surgeries and has been popular with surgeons due to its higher motor control and accuracy delivery of manoeuvres. High-speed surgical drill provides high torque in a small package, making it suitable for a wide range of surgeries such as the spine, neurotology, and ENT procedures.
Regulatory controls are risk-based requirements that apply to medical devices and provide FDA oversight to ensure that medical devices are reasonably safe and effective. Devices in all three classes (Class I, II, and III) are subject to general controls unless exempted by regulations, which require, among other things, that device facilities: register their establishments and list the medical devices they market with FDA; manufacture their devices in accordance with Good Manufacturing Practices; label their devices in accordance with labeling regulations; and are not adulterated or misbranded. If a device is exempt from one of the general controls, the classification regulation for that device specifies the exemption. A device facility must register with the FDA and list all of its devices. 510(k) Premarket Notification - Most Class II (moderate risk) devices require FDA 510(k) clearance before they can be legally marketed. Premarket Approval (PMA) - Before a Class III (high-risk) device can be legally marketed, it must first receive Premarket Approval (PMA). Humanitarian Device Exemption (HDE) provides a potential path to the market for medical devices that may benefit people suffering from rare diseases or conditions. The FDA refers to device software functions as device software functions, which include Software as a Medical Device (SaMD) and Software in a Medical Device (SiMD). The FDA considers software that is intended to be used for one or more medical purposes but is not part of a hardware medical device to be software as a medical device.
Market Growth Drivers
With the growing demand for minimally invasive and non-invasive treatments and an increase in investment and funding for research and development the demand for neurology devices in the US has amped up. The favorable government regulations and reimbursement policies like waivers for certain conditions also encouraged market growth. Companies have expanded their product portfolio to offer a wider range of solutions for surgeons and stakeholders alike which led to investment in research and development to bring innovative products to market. To increase market penetration of Neurology devices, an increase in marketing and promotional efforts to raise awareness and educate customers has been made easy through long-established medical representative channels and medical device distributors. Partnerships with healthcare providers and institutions to offer comprehensive solutions and expand into new geographic markets to increase revenue and market share can be a great strategy for the firms placing their products. Increased healthcare spending and insurance coverage have also led patients to seek more advanced treatments that yield higher health outcomes.
The major restraints in the neurology device market are:
January 2023: APRINOIA Therapeutics which is known for its endeavours in neurodegenerative diseases announced a merger with Ross Acquisition Corp II founded by Wilbur Ross, former US Secretary of Commerce. They are merging at an implied fully diluted transaction equity value of $280 Mn for APRINOIA, with both becoming wholly-owned subsidiaries of the combined company.
December 2022: Human trials for Elon Musk's Neuralink Brain Implant could begin in 2023. The goal is to restore function to people who have suffered brain or spinal cord injuries. Musk stated at a recent Neuralink event that the device's initial applications could include restoring vision to the blind and even allowing paralyzed people to walk again. The idea behind Neuralink is that by connecting to these neurons in our brain, it can interpret and implement messages for us.
April 2022: Synchron, a New York-based company that creates brain-computer interfaces, or BCIs, has received FDA approval to test its brain device in human patients in what is known as an early feasibility study. Stentrode, Synchron's implantable device, is smaller than a matchstick, and unlike its fierce competitor Neuralink, which requires drilling a two-millimeter hole in the patient's skull to install, Stentrode is small enough to be implanted through a blood vessel at the base of the neck and communicates with a second implant in the chest via a tiny wire, and then a transmitter sends signals to an external computer near the patient.
Medical devices sold in the United States are subject to the regulatory controls outlined in the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FD&C Act) and Title 21-Code of Federal Regulations (21 CFR) Parts 1-58, 800-1299. The regulatory controls and marketing pathways are determined by the device's risk and the regulatory controls required to provide reasonable assurance of safety and effectiveness. Premarket Notification (510(k)), De Novo Classification Request, Exempt, Premarket Approval (PMA), Product Development Protocol (PDP), Humanitarian Use Exemption (HDE), and Biologics License Application are the marketing pathways (BLA). The International Medical Device Regulators Forum (IMDRF) is a non-profit organization of medical device regulators from around the world who have banded together to achieve medical device regulatory harmonization. IMDRF creates internationally recognized standards. A 510(k) is required by some class I and most class II devices and the sponsor must demonstrate that the new device is equal in performance to a predicate device in terms of intended use, technological characteristics, and performance testing. A PMA is required for Class III devices which is the most stringent type of premarket submission and before the FDA will grant a PMA, the sponsor must provide valid scientific evidence demonstrating reasonable assurances of safety and effectiveness for the intended use of the device. The De Novo process on the other hand, for a completely new type of medical device, allows for the classification of novel devices for which general controls alone, or general and special controls, provide reasonable assurance of safety and effectiveness for the intended use, but for which no legally marketed predicate device exists. HDE establishes a regulatory pathway for class III devices designed to benefit patients suffering from rare diseases or conditions. To be eligible for an HDE, a device must first be designated as a Humanitarian Use Device (HUD), which is obtained through an application to the FDA's Office of Orphan Products Development (OOPD). See Designating Humanitarian Use Device for information on how to request Humanitarian Use Designation (HUD).
The FDA is authorized by federal law to charge a fee for a medical device product review. These fees apply to Premarket Notifications (510(k)s), Premarket Approval Applications (PMAs), Product Development Protocols (PDPs), Premarket Reports (PMRs), Panel-Track Supplements, Efficacy Supplements, 180-day Supplements, Real-Time Supplements, 30-Day Notices/135-Day Supplements, Biologics Licensing Applications (BLAs for certain medical devices reviewed by FDA's Centre for Biologics Evaluation and Research), and Requests for Information (513(g)s). Unless the applicant is eligible for a waiver or exemption, the appropriate device user fee must be paid for the above-mentioned applications before FDA can begin its review. To create a Medical Device User Fee Cover Sheet, applicants must first register. To complete the registration process, the organization must provide at least one of the following numbers: Organization Number, Duns and Bradstreet Number (DUNS), and Employer Identification Number (EIN) (EIN), To be responsible for validating users for security purposes, the organization must also identify a Principal Point of Contact (PPOC).
1. Report Description of the US Neurology Device Market
1.1 Research Scope and Assumption
1.2 Objective of the study
1.3 Research Methodology
1.4 Reason to buy the report
2. US Neurology Device Market Executive Summary
2.1 US Neurology Device Market – Industry Snapshot & key buying criteria, 2021-2030
2.2 Market Size, Growth Prospects, and Key findings
3. Market Dynamics of US Neurology Device Market
3.1 Market Growth Drivers Analysis
3.2 Market Restrains Analysis
4. US Neurology Device Market Segmentation
4.1 By Device Type
4.1.2 Interventional Neurology
4.1.3 CSF Management
4.1.4 Neurosurgery Devices
4.2 By End User
4.2.1 Hospitals and Clinics
4.2.2 Speciality Centres
5. US Neurology Device Market Share
5.1 Market Analysis, Insights, and Forecast – By Revenue
6. Competitive Landscape
6.1 Major Top Market Players
7. Key Company Profiles
7.1 Company 1
7.1.2 Financial Performance
7.1.3 Product & Services
7.1.4 Strategic initiatives
7.2 Company 2
7.2.2 Financial Performance
7.2.3 Product & Services
7.2.4 Strategic initiatives
7.3 Company 3
7.3.2 Financial Performance
7.3.3 Product & Services
7.3.4 Strategic initiatives
7.4 Company 4
7.4.2 Financial Performance
7.4.3 Product & Services
7.4.4 Strategic initiatives
7.5 Company 5
7.5.2 Financial Performance
7.5.3 Product & Services
7.5.4 Strategic initiatives
8. Healthcare Policies and Regulatory Landscape
8.1 Healthcare Policies in US
8.2 Regulatory Framework in US
8.3 Pricing & Reimbursement Scenario in US Neurology Device Market
9. Factors Driving Future Growth
9.1 New Trends and Development US Neurology Device Market
9.2 Future Opportunities
10. Strategic Recommendations
The Neurology Device Market is segmented as mentioned below:
By Product Type (Revenue, USD Billion):
By End User (Revenue, USD Billion):
Insights10 will provide you with the reports within 10 key parameters which are:
Based on our many years of experience, we believe that these are the parameters that are critical to decision-making for business stakeholders. Our focused approach to developing reports focused on 10 key parameters, enabled us to arrive at the name “Insights10”.
Stage I: Market Data Collection
Primary Interviews: We have developed a network of experts, freelancers, and researchers across countries through which we engage with local experts to gather key data points and assumptions about each market. We also engage regularly with some of the best market research agencies such as Atheneum, GuidePoint, GLG, etc. to conduct surveys and interviews, and build intelligence. We have language translators as a part of our team, who between them can cover 30+ languages allowing us to extract better local insights.
Secondary Data Collection: We have developed strong expertise and experience in secondary data collection methods for developing unique data sets and research material. We gather data from multiple reliable sources to maintain a high level of accuracy and consistency. The market data is analyzed and forecasted using appropriate statistical and coherent models. The report offers an overall analysis of the market size, growth, and market share as well as a segment-level analysis of the specific market. Our report includes precise, to-the-point information related to the overall market, competition, growth drivers, challenges, regulatory updates, and competition.
Data Sources: We have access to multiple highly reliable free and subscription data sources. We have many years of experience to understand which sources are more dependable for what and which to prefer for the reliable and latest information. The key sources of information include the following, but are not limited to:
Stage II: Market Data Analysis and Statistical Model
Market Trends: We generally look at macro parameters and micro indicators. The macro parameters include changes in government policies, demand and supply of the market, government intervention programs, and major market share. The micro indicators are GDP growth, market size, market volume, etc. We also understand nuances specific to each country like the US, Canada, India, Germany, etc., and have worked across 60+ countries and hence not only understand global trends but how these differ by country, how payment models, market structure, cultural parameters, etc. differ in each country.
Market Sizing and Analysis: Our expert data analytics team has created various market forecast models by employing the top-down approach i.e. starting with the large overall market and segmenting different areas and the bottom-up approach i.e. starting with population and epidemiology and rolling up based on spend, etc., estimating the size of the market, and distributing among the geographic and/or product segments.
The top-down approach is mainly used for new product forecasting and the bottom-up approach is used for demand estimation of any product for different countries summed up to form the total market. We are able to round off insights and build stronger forecasts because we always do both these methods and triangulate the final numbers.
The study on the market covers the analysis of the leading geographies such as Asia-Pacific, Africa, Europe, Middle East, North America, and Latin America for the period of 2022 to 2030. The qualitative analysis covers the industry landscape and trends, market opportunities, competitive landscape, and policy and regulatory scenario, and the quantitative analysis covers different market estimates and forecasts.
Data Triangulation & Validation:
Data triangulation of various sources and results of the research are carried out by benchmarking with reliable sources such as industry statistics, statistical databases, and company-level averages, etc.
We make sure to finalize the numbers in alignment with the market research. Firstly, our internal experts ensure thorough validation and checking to ensure accurate and precise analysis and then validation is also done using a multiple-data analysis model. Two-level validation is done and entails the finalization of the report scope and the way of representation pattern.
Stage III: Interpretation and Presentation
Analysis & Interpretation: The information gathered is then analyzed and synthesized. The second series of interviews are done if necessary to check and validate. The future opportunities are analyzed by understanding product commercialization and many other factors. It also comprises the analysis of data discrepancies observed across various data sources. Information procured from secondary and primary results is then, interpreted by considering the following parameters: (a partial list)
Insights: Our reports deliver actionable insights backed with supporting facts and figures to assist you in achieving exemplary growth. Our in-depth analyses are interspersed with relevant insights and statistics to oﬀer an executive-level view of a given market. The description helps in correlating many minor factors affecting the market and their impact on the different segments within the market.
Data curated from the analysis and interpretation are drawn to portray all in one consolidated report.
Presentation & Reporting: The market research report is presented in different forms such as charts by using a scientific approach for easy understanding. Historic, current, and future analysis is provided for each market in terms of both value and volume. The size of the market is interpreted in the US Dollar value and the respective unit, based on the product, for volume consumption.
The foreign exchange rates are calculated on the respective dates and for the respective regions covered in the study.
We value your inquiry and offer free customization with every report to fulfil your exact research needs.
This report addresses