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Global Electrostimulation Devices Market Analysis by Kalorama Information Now Available at MarketPublishers.com

06 Aug 2012 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Stimulation of muscles and nerves by the use of electrical stimulation, notably TENS and EMS, has long been part of pain management. But recent developments, like implanted technologies and the small size/low cost systems have created a pathway for increased usage and revenue growth. The growing approval of these applications by government regulators and insurance carriers has helped boost demand.

With a number of implanted electrode therapeutic systems having not too long ago emerged in the market, the prospective of this marketplace has clearly caught the eye of pharmaceutical and microelectronics companies, which are actively expanding their stake in electrode therapeutics through investigation, collaborations, and acquisitions. These actions will push a lot more applications into the marketplace, and medical insurance coverage will probably recognize long-term savings for electronic treatment of chronic and debilitating situations.

New research report “Markets for Electrostimulation Devices (Neurostimulation, Cardiac Rhythm Management, Fracture Healing and Others)” developed by Kalorama Information has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd.

Report Details:

Markets for Electrostimulation Devices (Neurostimulation, Cardiac Rhythm Management, Fracture Healing and Others)
Published: July, 2012
Pages: 198
Price: US$ 3.995,00

The report presents an up-close-look at the global market for electrostimulation devices and provides current market and forecast for its key segments. Various trends that will have constructive and negative effects on the marketplace are also examined.

External electrical and neurological stimulation devices covered include: bone growth stimulators, TENS, EMS, ultrasound-accelerated fracture healing, other (ECT/TMS).

Implanted electrical and neurological stimulation devices mentioned include: implantable bone growth, cardiac rhythm management, deep brain (DBS), gastric electrical (GES), sacral nerve (SNS), spinal cord (SCS), and vagus nerve (VNS).

Reports on Other Healthcare & Services Markets by Kalorama Information Include:

More new market research reports by the publisher can be found at Kalorama Information page.


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