Vena cava filters are medical instruments. They help avoid blood clots from moving into the lungs of a human being. These filters are placed inside the body by vascular surgeons or interventional radiologists and act as prophylactic acid for pulmonary emboli.
Growing implants of vena cava filters in cancer patients owing to the related dangers of venous thrombo embolism are pushing the vena cava filters market ahead. Increased marketing of recovery filters and growing acquisitions and mergers in the filters industry also push the market.
Growing FDA warnings to the makers of filters with regard to their safety can act as hindrances for the vena cava filters market.