Brazil Hearing Device & Battery Market Examined in Comprehensive iData Research Study Now Available at

13 Jan 2015 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Strongly related to age, moderate hearing loss already becomes common among people aged above 65. The Brazilian hearing device and battery market is expected gain traction, largely driven by the ageing population, as well as by technology advancements in hearing aid circuitry and the increased defrayal of necessary costs by the government. Over the next seven years, the bone-anchored hearing aid segment is expected to register the highest CAGR owing to its high-growth potential and relatively low rate of penetration, specifically on the public market. Similarly, the cochlear implant segment will likely register double-digit growth through to 2021.

Brazil’s public health care network accounts for the dominant share of hearing aid units sold, thus strongly contributing to total market sales. Cochlear implant procedures have also been defrayed by the Secondary Uses Service (SUS) for hearing-impaired people of ages, which represents close to 90% of the cochlear implant segment.

Comprehensive market research report “Brazilian Market for Hearing Devices and Batteries” elaborated by iData Research provides impartial insight into the Brazilian market for hearing devices and batteries, segmented by style and circuit.

The study evaluates today’s state of the market including current and potential markets, discusses the average selling prices and unit sales. It also outlines the opportunities and potential hazards concerned, besides presenting strategies for navigating the marketplace successfully. The report identifies the growth trends and technologies that will likely affect the overall market and each of its segments in the offing, besides providing a critical assessment of key market restraints and drivers. Furthermore, the research publication offers detailed forecasts of the future evolution of the national market for hearing devices and batteries up to 2021.

Companies mentioned comprise: Audibel, Cochlear, Advanced Bionics, MED-EL, Neurelec, Oticon, Phonak, Rayovac, ReSound, Panasonic, Power One, Starkey, Widex, Siemens and ZeniPower.

Report Details:

Brazilian Market for Hearing Devices and Batteries
Published: December, 2013
Pages: 120
Price: US$ 6,995.00

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