Global Bio-Implant Market to See highest Growth in APAC, Predicts Occams in Its Report Available at MarketPublishers.com
24 May 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – A rise in the adoption of bio-implants from pole to pole represents one of key driving forces of the global bio-implant market. An increase in disabilities globally is one more important driver. Technological advancements, innovations and an increase in R&D activities are some other prominent factors encouraging growth of the world’s marketplace.
However, a high cost of bio-implants and reimbursement issues create hurdles in the growth of this marketplace.
Besides, emerging markets are highly price sensitive, and their sensitivity may pose a challenge to the expansion of the marketplace.
Regional-wise, North America will lead the marketplace in terms of revenue in the years to come given higher adoption of bio-implants.
With untapped opportunities existing for the market in APAC, this region’ marketplace is set to show the highest growth in the upcoming years.
Medtronic, Biomet, CR Bard and Abbot are currently in the top ten of largest players in the global space.
Topical research report “Global Bio-Implant Market Insights, Opportunity Analysis, Market Shares and Forecast 2016 – 2022” prepared by Occams offers an in-depth analysis of the world’s bio-implant marketplace. The study provides a bird’s eye view of the market. It contains a parametric analysis, insights into key markets and discusses the competitive landscape.
The report comprises a value chain analysis and discloses key buying criteria. The research study also contains strategic recommendations essential for anyone interested in this marketplace.
It limelights driving forces, focus on restraints and challenges and unveils opportunities for the market. The research report scrutinizes performance of all segments, besides uncovering historical data and future projections.
It sheds light on regional performance of the marketplace and delves deep into the competitive landscape. Company profiles of 30 prominent players are available in the report, too.
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