Clinical Chemistry & Immunodiagnostic Analyzers & Reagents Market Scenario Across 7 Major Countries Analysed by VPG in New Report26 Jul 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Currently, the clinical chemistry and immunodiagnostics markets are experiencing considerable transformation and changes, caused by convergence of novel and stricter regulations, remarkable advancements in diagnostic technologies, automation, system engineering and IT, as well as intensifying competition.
Some sectors, for instance, routine chemistry, are already resembling commodity markets, where cost per test and product positioning are more critical than underlying technology. This rapidly evolving market opens new exciting opportunities for different new instruments, auxiliary products (for instance, controls, specimen preparation devices and calibrators) and reagent systems.
The new research report “Clinical Chemistry and Immunodiagnostic Analyzers and Reagents Market 2021: US, Europe, Japan--Supplier Shares and Strategies, Volume and Sales Segment Forecasts” prepared by VPG explores the major business opportunities emerging in the 7 key country-wide markets for clinical chemistry and immunodiagnostic. It describes the current scenario, offers insights into the historical background and also give future forecasts through 2021. Besides, uncovers updated estimates of the specimen, test and sales volumes for all 7 country markets, estimates the major suppliers’ shares, profiles the leading companies, discusses the main market growth influencing factors and identifies the emerging trends, opportunities and threats.
Country markets for clinical chemistry and immunodiagnostic covered in this study: the US, Germany, France, the UK, Spain, Italy and Japan.
This cutting-edge publication offers access to 5-year volume and sales forecasts for more than 100 clinical chemistry, endocrine, TDM, immunoprotein, cancer and abused drug assays in commercial laboratories, hospitals, ambulatory care centers and physician offices.
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