Embolic protection devices (EPDs) are primarily used during percutaneous cardiac procedures. They aid in reducing the number of complications arising due to blockages in small blood vessels caused by the debris that is released into the bloodstream. Embolic protection devices capture the blood and luminal debris within saphenous vein grafts during stenting, thereby inhibiting the distal embolization. These devices are considered a part of the most reliable, evidence-based procedure for reducing periprocedural myocardial infarction and other major cardiovascular events. This procedure is always accompanied by imaging systems so as to ensure proper placement of the device.
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Rising prevalence of cardiovascular diseases across the globe, growing penetration by local market players that offer devices at relatively lower average selling prices due to reduction in transportation costs, and innovation in the design and material of devices are some of the factors likely to drive the global embolic protection devices market during the forecast period. However, certain limitations associated with each of the product types and group purchasing policies of large chain hospitals impose pricing pressures on manufacturers. This factor is likely to restrain the embolic protection devices market during the forecast period. The continuously rising investment in research and development by major market players to overcome these limitations is likely to fuel the global embolic protection devices market during the forecast period.
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