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Anesthesia Monitoring Devices Market Canvassed in M&M Research Report Recently Published at MarketPublishers.com

03 Nov 2015 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – As of 2014, advanced anesthesia monitors formed the largest segment of the global market for anesthesia monitoring devices. A share of this segment almost reached 63 percent in the same year. Hospitals represent the largest end-user segment, with its share being just under 77 percent in 2014. It is expected to grow at a CAGR of approximately 13 percent over the period 2015-2020.

North America is the number one market for anesthesia monitoring devices. This marketplace is set to grow at an 11.3 percent CAGR in the upcoming years.

Major market players comprise: Infinium Medical, Heyer Medical AG, Schiller AG, GE Healthcare, to name a few.

New market research study “Anesthesia Monitoring Devices Market - Global Forecast to 2020” elaborated by M&M offers an all-round discussion and a thorough analysis of the global market for anesthesia monitoring devices. The report provides a bird’s eye view of the global marketplace. It contains a detailed comparison of the market with parent markets. The study explores market drivers and inhibitors and focuses on market dynamics. Porter’s five forces analysis and a life circle analysis (region-wise) are available in the research report, as well. The study investigates the marketplace by product, by end-user and by geography. It sheds light on the competitive environment, besides containing company profiles. Future market outlook is contained in the research report, too.

Report Details:

Anesthesia Monitoring Devices Market by Product, End User, and Geography - Global Forecast to 2020
Published: October, 2015
Pages: 131
Price: US$ 4,650.00

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