World Cochlear Implant Market to Follow Upward Trend through 2021, Informs Daedal Research in Its New Report Recently Added at MarketPublishers.com10 Jul 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The world’s cochlear implant market enjoyed sustainable healthy growth over the past several years, and it is predicted to continue keeping to an upward trend in the coming years. Growth in this market is encouraged by a range of favourable factors including rapidly aging global population, uptake in product customisation and remarkable benefits of cochlear implants over conventional hearing aids.
Yet, some factors like certain technical issues associated with cochlear implants and high costs could considerable restrain further growth of the cochlear implant market.
The most prominent market development trends include, amid others, launch of rechargeable sound processors, growing insurance coverage in the US, and introduction of cochlear implants using TEABM technology.
Cochlear Limited, Sonova Holding AG, William Demant and MED-EL are the leding companies active in the worldwide cochlear implant marketplace.
The new report “Global Cochlear Implant Market: Size, Trends & Forecasts (2017-2021)” published by Daedal Research contains an extensive analysis of the global market landscape and dynamics. This in-demand report discloses important data on the major factors shaping this market, uncovers reliable info on the market size and shares, examines the market segments and also investigates the actual situation across the key regional markets. Besides, it includes a details analysis of the US cochlear implant market.
Furthermore, this report presents an insightful assessment of the emerging growth opportunities and major challenges of the cochlear implant market, provides insights into the historical development patterns, describes the present scenario and offers a comprehensive future outlook through 2021. Moreover, an analysis of the competitive landscape and top companies’ profiles are available in the report.
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