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Scivita Medical Partners with Boston Sci to Broaden Single-use Videoscope Demand

The companies have agreed to partner and distribute Scivita’s single-use percutaneous choledochoscope for wider global commercialization.

Katie Hobbins

March 29, 2023

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Scivita Medical Technology, a minimally invasive diagnosis and treatment company, has officially signed a strategic agreement with Boston Scientific for its single-use percutaneous choledochoscope. Through the business cooperation and distribution agreement, the companies said they plan to establish a long-term partnership in the commercialization, marketing, and promotion of the single-use videoscope in China. As part of its range of reusable, single-use videoscopes, and related systems and equipment, the partnership with Boston Scientific will broaden Scivita’s single-use percutaneous choledochoscope global market penetration while also increasing use in more hospitals and patients in China.

The global market value of single-use videoscopes, like the single-use percutaneous choledochoscope, was reported as USD $500 million in 2020 and is expected to grow to USD $9.2 billion by 2030, according to Frost & Sullivan. Demand for the equipment as grown over the last few years, especially as the world battled the initial outbreak of COVID-19. Additionally, an ongoing need to mitigate risks of cross-contamination and hospital-acquired disease has also heightened the demand.

As a whole, Scivita’s single-use videoscopes cover multiple clinical departments at high risk of cross-infection, including gynecology, respiratory, urological surgery, and hepatobiliary surgery. As many of its products are already approved in China, the United States, the European Union, and Japan, among other countries and regions, its partnership with Boston Scientific will further accelerate its commercialization globally.

About the Author(s)

Katie Hobbins

Managing Editor, MD+DI

Katie Hobbins is managing editor for MD+DI and joined the team in July 2022. She boasts multiple previous editorial roles in print and multimedia medical journalism, including dermatology, medical aesthetics, and pediatric medicine. She graduated from Cleveland State University in 2018 with a bachelor's degree in journalism and promotional communications. She enjoys yoga, hand embroidery, and anything DIY. You can reach her at [email protected].

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