Kamran Zamanian

Kamran Zamanian

Kamran Zamanian, Ph.D., is president, CEO, and a founding partner of iData Research. He has spent over 20 years working in the medical market research industry.

ARTICLES BY KAMRAN ZAMANIAN

  • The Technological Advancements Driving The EU’s Urology Device Market
    12/22/2021

    In response to new demands, there has been an enormous uptick in minimally invasive procedures. New technology is being developed in many important segments of the urology market, especially in the urological endoscope market. In Europe, there is an incentive to use a disposable scope, for example. Trends and technological advancements in Europe's urology device market are covered in this article.

  • The Impact Of Market Restrictions On The U.S. Stem Cell Biomaterials Market
    10/11/2021

    Biomaterials are biomedical materials that can be safely implanted or injected into the body and are, more often than not, a form of biologically active tissue themselves. This article examines stem cell research and the market of cell-based products for orthopedic biomaterials.

  • The Top 3 Trends Driving Demand For Patient Monitoring Equipment
    9/20/2021

    Beyond the temporary spike in demand caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the patient monitoring equipment market is also expected to grow at a moderate rate for the foreseeable future. But what are the top 3 trends for this growth?

  • How Has COVID-19 Affected Europe’s Vascular Access Devices Market?
    8/30/2021

    Detailed analysis of the impact of COVID-19 on single-use medical devices for vascular access in Europe has provided some interesting market insights. Most notably, this includes a spike in demand for central venous catheters (CVCs) as well as syringes and needles.

  • An Analysis Of The Pelvic Organ Prolapse Repair Medical Device Market
    7/28/2021

    Pelvic organ prolapse is common and may affect 50% of women, though the severity of the condition varies and, in some cases, may be resolved with non-surgical treatments. As of 2019, however, approximately 15% of American women needed surgical repair for POP at some point in their lifetime. This article analyzes the current device market and describes the opportunity for innovation.

  • Dental 3D Printing: Disruptive Trends In The Digital Dentistry Market For 2021
    4/21/2021

    Dental 3D printers have experienced a surge in popularity in recent years, reflecting the increasing range of applications and opportunity for revenue generation offered by these systems. How does this market look for 2021, and what is the one dental device disrupting the market?

  • Top 3 Trends Affecting The Dental Implants Market In 2021 And Beyond
    2/3/2021

    Dental implants have increasingly become the preferred treatment for edentulous individuals as practitioner expertise and supporting technology around dental implants continue to advance. William Guo and Kamran Zamanian, Ph.D., of iData Research Inc. delve into the three trends driving the growth of this market.

  • Fluid Management Equipment Market Poised For Growth In Europe
    12/7/2020

    In the gynecology market, as the use of hysteroscopes and other less invasive methods increases, more procedures will require the use of fluid management equipment. Notably, there has been significant growth in the sales of both capital equipment and tubing for fluid management during hysteroscopic procedures. This article discusses the current and future fluid management market in Europe.

  • Will Transcatheter Valves Continue Cannibalizing Surgical Aortic Valve Replacements?
    11/30/2020

    In 2019, the transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI) device market garnered nearly 7 times that of the surgical aortic valve market. TAVI procedures are expected to account for an even larger share of aortic heart valve replacement procedures in Europe in 2021.

  • Infusion Therapy: Growth In Home And Alternate Care Sectors Supports Market
    10/19/2020

    The U.S. infusion therapy device market is a fairly saturated space, but that doesn’t mean opportunities for growth do not exist.