New Medical Devices Market Research Reports by Kalorama Information
06 Feb 2012 • by Natalie Aster
World Market for Gastrointestinal Devices. The gastrointestinal endoscopy market is on the rise, as continually advancing technologies, such as the advent of robotics in endoscopy, become available. Other factors behind the growth of this market include cancer which is one of the leading reasons for surgery with more than 1 million new cases of colon/rectum cancer reported each year around the world; and obesity, with more and more people worldwide turning to gastric bypass (bariatric surgery) and gastric banding. This report provides device marketers, manufacturers and investors with market sizes and forecast for endoscopes and other devices used for treating gastrointestinal conditions, segmented into the following categories: endoscopes (rigid, flexible), capsule endoscopes, bariatric surgery devices, ostomy products, enteral feeding pumps, and other. Company strategies, market share and profiles keep you up to speed on your competition.
World Market for Medical Beds. The medical beds industry remains diverse and highly competitive. The growing demand for highly functional and less expensive products is paramount in the market. This report provides an overview of the medical beds industry and the trends driving growth, especially in some emerging markets that have recently increased healthcare spending, where Kalorama expects sales of medical beds to more than double by 2016. All types of hospital, home care and long-term care beds, mattresses and overlays are covered, along with statistics influencing the industry, such as incidence of diseases worldwide, demographics and life expectancy. Company strategies, market share and profiles keep you up to speed on your competition.
Medical Imaging Markets: X-Ray, Digital X-Ray, CT and Other Radiography Systems. Kalorama Information estimates that digital x-ray system sales will exceed those of traditional x-ray systems used for a medical (non-dental) purpose in 2011. The move to digitize diagnostic imaging is closely tied to the move to boost health care efficiency through the digitization of health care records, and radiology equipment manufacturers that once had significant involvement in film and film-related technologies have been investing in alternative digital technologies. This report analyzes the current and future potential world market for medical and dental x-ray systems and film. Various modalities that use x-rays to create images, such as fluoroscopy, mammography and CT, are included. The report reviews the nature and direction of research and profiles the key companies involved in the market.
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