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Market Analysis - Trauma 2019

Importance & Scope:

Trauma remains the leading cause of death and disability among young. According to World Health Organization (WHO) there is a need to strengthen the quality and accessibility of frameworks of pre-hospital injury care all through the world. Something like 2000 and 2005, the yearly essential basic care drug costs extended from $56.6 billion to $81.7 billion, which speaks to 13.4% of doctor's facility costs, 4.1% of national flourishing uses, and 0.66% of GDP. The Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) speaks to almost 16,000 prepared experts in more than 100 nations who give mind in particular units and work toward the most ideal perfect outcome for all fundamentally sick and harmed patients. From the 2010 business segment level the Worldwide Trauma obsession advertises part is inclined to twofold by 2020.

Research Growth:

The WHO provides guidelines through the Global Initiative for trauma care assets, Emergency and Essential Surgical Care and for Essential Trauma Care. More than 25 percent of exuberant victims in the U.S. die with trauma from hitting trees and rocks in the transit down, 70% of adults in the United States have faced at least one traumatic event in their lives, in Netherlands 80% where 10% of those get PTSD, in Australia 51.6% have PTSD, in Canada 9.2% of people develops PTSD and 5.6% in Sweden. The European countries with the highest elevated pervasiveness of PTSD are: Outlier Croatia, then The Netherlands and UK while lowest prevalence of PTSD was found in Switzerland and Spain. We calculate that there are at the very least 20,000 occasions of critical injury every year achieving about 5,400 deaths and numerous resulting in permanent disabilities that requires major trauma care and long term injury that costs the NHS in immediate treatment amongst £0.3 and £0.4 billion a year.

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Why Amsterdam, Netherlands:

Amsterdam is the capital and largest city of the Netherlands. It is the15th largest city in the European Union. The Netherlands has a network of 160 acute primary care centers, open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, making an open clinic within easy reach for most people. Acute primary care is offered by a combination of 121 general practice health centers, which are open outside office hours, and a total of 94 medical emergency units with surgery facilities, of which 90 are at hospital locations, open 24/7.  In 71 cases general practice services and emergency rooms are found in one hospital location, bringing the total number of locations where acute care is offered to 160. Analysis by the Netherlands National Institute for Public Health and the Environment showed that 99.8 percent of the people can be transported to an emergency unit / casualty ward, or a hospital offering emergency obstetrics within 45 minutes in 2015.


Statistical Analysis of Products:

Target Audience: Directors/CEO &, Department Head, Vice Presidents/ Directors, Doctors, Surgeons, Nurses, Professors, Students and physicians from Academia in the study of Emergency Medicine filed.

  • Industry: 63%

  • Academia: 27%

  • Others: 10%

Figure 1: Target Audience


Hospitals Associated with Trauma & Critical Care and Research:

There are 125 hospitals shared by South west, South east, North west, North east, North central London and 500 hospitals in UK, and 1032 public and private hospitals in Netherlands in which 228 are Trauma care, Private Hospitals are 218, Ministry of Defense’s Hospitals are 10, the hospitals owned by Societies are 46, Europe-6105 and 12010 hospitals globally doing Trauma & Critical Care Research.

Figure 2: Trauma & Critical Care Associated Hospitals  


Major Trauma & Critical Care Associations around the Globe:

  • American college of Surgeons Committee on Trauma

  • International association for trauma surgery and intensive care (IATSIC)

  • American Trauma Society

  • Trauma Association of Canada (TAC)

  • Western Trauma Association (WTA)

  • Eastern Association for Surgery of Trauma

  • American Association of Orthopedic Surgeons

  • Society of Trauma Nurses

  • The United States Army Institute of Surgical research

 Major Trauma & Critical Care Associations in Europe:

  • German society society for trauma surgery (Gsts)

  • European Society for Traumatic studies (ESTSS)

  • European Society for Trauma & Emergency Surgery (ESTES)

  • European Society of Intensive Care Medicine (ESICM)

  • Turkish Society for Trauma and Emergency surgery

  • European Society for Traumatic Stress Studies

  • European Society for Trauma & Emergency Surgery

  • European Medical Associations

  • The European Federation of Critical Care Nursing Associations

  • Orthopaedic Trauma Association


Universities in Amsterdam:

  • University of Amsterdam

  • VU University Amsterdam

  • University of Groningen

  • Leiden University

  • Maastricht University

  • Radboud University Nijmegen

  • Utrecht University

Top Trauma Universities in the World:

  • University of Chester

  • University of Nottingham

  • University of Birmingham

  • Swansea University

  • Harvard University

  • Washington University

  • Johns Hopkins University

  • Duke University School of Medicine

  • University of Pennsylvania

  • Stanford University

  • University of Michigan—‚ÄčAnn Arbor

Figure 3: Top Universities in Netherlands


Top Societies in the World:

  • European Society for Traumatic Stress StudiesUK Psychological Trauma Society

  • American Association of critical care nurses

  • Western trauma association (WTA)

  • Turkish Society for Trauma and Emergency Surgery

  • The Dutch speaking traumatic stress society

  • Croatian Society of Traumatic Stress

  • Ukrainian Society of Overcoming the Consequences of Traumatic Events

  • Asia Pacific Trauma Society

  • German society society for trauma surgery (Gsts)

  • Australian Trauma Society

  • Israel Trauma Society

  • Japanese Society for the Acute Care Surgery (JSACS)

  • Lusitanian Association for Trauma and Emergency Surgery

  • Trauma Association of Canada (TAC)

  • Trauma Society of South Africa

Top societies in Netherlands:

  • European Society for Sports Traumatology, Knee Surgery and Arthroscopy

  • European Medical Students’ Association

  • European Public Health Alliance

  • European Society for Emergency Medicine