U.S. ORGAN AND TISSUE TRANSPLANTATION PROCEDURE VOLUMES

57 Pages | 20 Exhibits | 2009 Analysis | Forecasts Through 2015 Product Family: Market Reports




OVERVIEW:
The number of surgical procedures performed in the United States (U.S.) is increasing; however, the share of inpatient hospitalizations is decreasing in favor of patient visits to freestanding clinics and physician offices. Office-based procedures are projected to grow at a compound annual rate of 5.4% over the forecast period covered by this report; this is a slower rate than during the past decade due to the curtailment in demand for elective surgery during the 2009 to 2010 period due adverse economic conditions. (These same economic conditions are expected to contribute to the overall slowdown in elective procedures in other outpatient facilities during this period.) In 2007, inpatient surgical procedures accounted for approximately 35% of all surgical procedures performed in the U.S. In the year 2015, approximately 25.0% of all surgical procedures are expected to be inpatient procedures; the remaining surgeries are expected to be performed in freestanding facilities, physician offices, or in hospitals as outpatient procedures. Outpatient settings offer same-day surgery and improved, less invasive surgical techniques to speed patient recovery. Treatment advances such as new drug therapy also have contributed to fewer and shorter hospital stays.

This dynamic new report from Medtech Insight features select U.S. Organ and Tissue Transplantation procedure volumes as well as an overview of each procedure, etiology and epidemiological data for the disease/disorder treated by the procedure, surgical trends, and emerging surgical treatments. The forecast period covered by this report is for the years 2007 through 2015. Click here for details on the complete U.S. Surgical Procedure Volumes Report, which covers several other procedure areas including Organ and Tissue Transplantation.

TABLE OF CONTENTS:
INTRODUCTION 

Report Methodology 

MAJOR ORGAN/TISSUE TRANSPLANTATION

Donor Shortage 
Overview of Organ Transplantation 
	Immunosuppressive Strategies 
	Transplantation Data 
Bone Marrow and Cord Blood Transplantation 
	Nonmyeloablative Transplants 
	Syngeneic Transplants 
	Allogeneic Transplants 
	Autologous Transplants 
	Alternative Sources of Stem Cells 
Corneal Transplantation 
Heart Transplantation
	Heart-Lung Transplantation
Intestinal Transplantation 
Kidney Transplantation 
Liver Transplantation 
Lung Transplantation 
Pancreas Transplantation 
	Pancreas-Kidney Transplantation 

Exhibit: Patients Awaiting Organ Transplants, by Transplant Type
Exhibit: 2008, Organ Transplant Programs, by Type 
Exhibit: 2007, Major Organ Transplantation, by Type 
Exhibit: Patient Survival Rates at One and Five Years,  by Organ Transplanted 
Exhibit: Cadaveric and Living Donor Organ Transplants, 1997-2007 
Exhibit: Major Organ Transplantation, Procedure Volumes Forecast, by Type, 2007-2015 
Exhibit: 2007, Unrelated Bone Marrow and Cord Blood Transplants, by Patient Diagnosis 
Exhibit: Diseases/Disorders Treated by Bone Marrow Transplantation 
Exhibit: Corneal Transplantation, Procedure Volumes Forecast, 2007-2015
Exhibit: Heart Transplantation, Patient Survival Rates, 2000-2005 
Exhibit: Heart-Lung Transplantation, Patient Survival Rates, 2000-2005 
Exhibit: Intestinal Transplantation, Patient Survival Rates, 2000-2005 
Exhibit: Living Donor Kidney Transplantation, Patient Survival Rates, 2000-2005
Exhibit: Deceased Non-Expanded Criteria Donor Kidney Transplantation, Patient Survival Rates, 2000-2005 
Exhibit: Deceased Expanded Criteria Donor Kidney Transplantation, Patient Survival Rates, 2000-2005 
Exhibit: Living Donor Liver Transplantation, Patient Survival Rates, 2000-2005 
Exhibit: Deceased Donor Liver Transplantation, Patient Survival Rates, 2000-2005 
Exhibit: Living Donor Lung Transplantation, Patient Survival Rates, 2000-2005 
Exhibit: Deceased Donor Lung Transplantation, Patient Survival Rates, 2000-2005 
Exhibit: Pancreas and Pancreas-Kidney Transplantation, Patient Survival Rates, 2000-2005 


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