Invasive Devices Market Value Stands at USD 10.4 Bn, Says Axis Research Mind in Its Report Available at MarketPublishers.com
06 Jul 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The market for invasive devices amounted to more than USD 10.35 billion in 2016. Growth of this lucrative marketplace was primarily ignited by such segments as pens, syringes and pumps, to name a few.
At present, syringes and pumps have the largest cumulative share in the world’s market – it is estimated at over 50%.
The insulin delivery devices industry is poised for future growth.
Region-wise, the global insulin delivery devices marketplace is dominated by APAC. This regional marketplace is expected to grow at a 9.2% CAGR over the period 2014-2021.
APAC is followed by the Middle East, and CAGR of this market is forecast to be 8.6% over the same period.
Topical research report “Insulin Delivery Devices - Global Trends, Estimates and Forecasts, 2014-2021” drawn up by Axis Research Mind offers comprehensive examination of trends in the global insulin market. The study provides a detailed overview of insulin types and focuses on emerging trends in this market space.
It delves deep into advances in the field of technology and estimates demand across the market segments. The report throws light on major growth areas and gives estimation of a size of the marketplace.
The research study also canvasses the competitive environment and identifies leading players as well as key companies. A discussion of market trends, company profiles and future projections are at hand in the research report, too.
- all-round overview of the market;
- coverage of all segments’ performance;
- insights into major trends in the space;
- data on the competitive landscape;
- company profiles;
- discussion of key growth areas;
- future outlook;
- and more.
Other Marketplaces Examined by Axis Research Mind Comprise:
- Human Biobanking Technologies
- Human Biobanking Ownership
- Polymerase Chain Reaction
- Video Surveillance
- Coronary Stents
More in-demand studies by the publisher are available at its page.