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Global Endoscopes Market Size to Reach USD 59,310.74 Million by 2030

The size was estimated to be worth roughly USD 12,857.8 million in 2021 and is Endoscopes Market predicted to grow to around USD 25,441.1 million by 2030. The global Endoscopes market is predicted to grow at a CAGR of roughly 9.56% during the forecast period.
Endoscopes are medical devices used to inspect and treat the inside organs. Endoscopy is a minimally invasive procedure in which an endoscope is put into the body either through a small incision or through an orifice (such as the mouth, anus, or elsewhere). The endoscope has a built-in camera that can be used to visualise internal organs on a video monitor. Endoscopy is used to diagnose and collect tissue samples from wounded organs (in case of cancer). It is mostly used in surgical procedures as a tool for minimally invasive surgery. Endoscopy systems are composed of an endoscope, a viewing system, end treatment devices, and other instruments.
The COVID-19 pandemic during the epidemic had a negative impact on the endoscopy industry. A large section of the world's population was impacted by the coronavirus outbreak, which raised the danger of infection-related deaths. To stop the virus from spreading, many nations around the world implemented national lockdowns and crises. The healthcare systems were adversely impacted by the pandemic's increased patient influx and changes in diagnostic techniques. Because they were considered to be non-emergent, endoscopic operations that were scheduled during the pandemic were postponed or delayed.
List of Prominent Players in the Endoscopes Market
Olympus Corp.
PENTAX Medical
Ethicon US, LLC
FUJIFILM Holdings Corp.
Stryker
Boston Scientific Corp.
CONMED Corp.
Karl Storz GmbH & Co., KG
Richard Wolf Medical Instruments
Medtronic
Others 
Recent Developments:
In December 2019, Boston Scientific Corporation announced, EXALT Model D Single Use Duodenoscope received FDA clearance. The device is used in endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography procedures. The device is the first and only (disposable) duodenoscope that has been granted FDA clearance. Clearances such as this enabled the firm to set a strong customer base and propel the business forward.
In October 2017, Fujifilm announced the launch of ELUXEO and sets. This next-generation endoscopic video imaging system go in line with the firm’s endoscopy portfolio, providing physicians with the tools they need to enhance results. Thus, additions such as these helped the company diversify and enhance its endoscopy portfolio, thereby solidifying its industry position.
Segments Covered in the Report:
By Product
Rigid Endoscopes
Laparoscopes
Arthroscopes
Urology Endoscopes
Cystoscopes
Gynecology Endoscopes
Neuroendoscopes
Other Rigid Endoscopes
Flexible Endoscopes
Upper Gastrointestinal Endoscopes
Colonoscopes
Bronchoscopes
Sigmoidoscopes
Laryngoscopes
Pharyngoscopes
Duodenoscopes
Nasopharyngoscopes
Rhinoscopes
Other Flexible Endoscopes
Capsule Endoscopes
Disposable Endoscopes
Robot Assisted Endoscopes
By Application
Gastrointestinal (GI) Endoscopy
Laparoscopy
Obstetrics/Gynecology Endoscopy
Arthroscopy
Urology Endoscopy (Cystoscopy)
Bronchoscopy
Mediastinoscopy
Otoscopy
Laryngoscopy
Other Applications
By End User
Hospitals
Ambulatory Surgery Centers/Clinics
Other End Uses
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