Europe Data for Surgeries by Surgery Type – Procedure Data and Forecast, 2016-2023 –

The “Europe
Data for Surgeries by Surgery Type – Procedure Data and Forecast,
2016-2023” report has been added to’s

The number of hip implant surgeries, major peritoneal surgeries,
thoracic surgeries, and ENT surgeries along with the surgeries for
central nervous system (CNS), in Europe were valued at 35,860 thousand
procedures in 2016 and is projected to reach 41,818 thousand procedures
by 2023.

The study includes number of hip implants and major peritoneal,
thoracic, CNS, and ENT surgeries performed in Europe. In addition, the
report includes other relevant details for the aforementioned surgeries
such as postoperative stay, infection rates, wound healing, and hygiene
requirements during postoperative wound healing.

Hip implant surgeries involve implantation of an artificial implant in
the hip joint. This also involves revision, replacement, and removal of
an endoprosthesis at the hip joint. Similarly, peritoneal surgery
includes surgeries associated with organs lined by the peritoneum. Most
of these procedures involve operation of the digestive tract, including
laparotomy & retroperitoneal opening, excision & destruction of
peritoneal tissue, closure of abdominal wall & peritoneum, and plastic
reconstruction of abdominal wall & peritoneum.

Thoracic surgeries refer to surgical treatment of different chest
organs. Common thoracic procedures include video-assisted thoracoscopic
surgery (VATS), robot-assisted thoracic surgery, bronchoscopy,
navigational bronchoscopy, endobronchial ultrasound (EBUS), endoscopic
ultrasound (EUS), mediastinoscopy, segmentectomy, lobectomy,
bilobectomy, pneumonectomy, thoracotomy, decortication, tube
thoracostomy, pericardial window, tracheostomy, and cardiothoracic

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