Global Medical Device Market Size, Growth, and Trends by Therapeutic Area (2009 - 2017)
This report provides an overview of the global medical device market, which was ~$330B in 2013 and forecasted to grow ~6% p.a. through 2017. The medical device industry develops, commercializes, manufacturers, and distributes durable and consumable medical equipment and supplies to healthcare institutions and professionals worldwide. Medical devices can be therapeutic, diagnostic or supportive in nature, with respective examples of each including artificial joints, genetic analyzers, and hospital beds. These devices are diverse in use and technology, ranging from simpler products such as bandages and needles to complex products such as MRI machines and implantable deep brain stimulators. Our rigorous segmentation is tailored to the needs of device manufacturers and investors. We focused our primary segmentation on 18 distinct therapeutic areas (TAs), a segmentation that most closely aligns with the way medical device companies are organized. TA segmentation closely aligns with the various call points (e.g., physician type, hospital purchaser) to which medical device sales reps detail their products. For each therapeutic area, we present an analysis detailing overall historic, current and forecasted revenues (2009, 2013, 2017), including projected growth rates, product definitions, revenues by key product areas, revenues by major competitor, and key trends. In total, we have included coverage of 56 major market competitors. Top manufacturers include Johnson & Johnson, Medtronic, Siemens, GE Healthcare, Philips, Roche, Abbott Laboratories, Covidien, Stryker, and Danaher. For each company, we present a analysis detailing overall medical device revenues (2009 - 2017), projected growth rates, revenues by therapeutic area, key products list by therapeutic area, and coverage of major developments and trends regarding acquisitions, products, and geographic sales. In addition, we forecasted the additional revenues and growth attributable to smaller and emerging companies in this dynamic space. All data and analysis in this report is based on manufacturers sales as publicly reported, other secondary sources, and primary research with medical device experts across multiple therapeutic areas and geographies.
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