This study provides an overview of the medical devices market in Asia-Pacific (APAC) and its various therapeutic subsectors and product classes.
For this research, the medical devices market includes all technologies that fall under the scope of Frost & Sullivan’s medical devices research service. Covered products primarily include therapeutic devices including surgical tools, implants, infusion technologies, and other associated equipment used to treat patients.
Detailed segment analysis are provided for the following segment only:
Wound care and wound closure devices
Minimally invasive surgery (MIS) - (endoscopy, image guidance, navigation, and robot-assisted surgeries)
It is to be noted that other advanced medical technologies such as imaging, vital signs monitoring, and other tools used to diagnose and monitor patient conditions are not covered in the study.
Geographies covered: Regional analysis is provided for Australia, South Korea, India, China, Japan, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, and Vietnam. However, total medical devices revenue forecast includes revenues of Australia, South Korea, India, China, Japan, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, Singapore, and the Philippines.
About this report
Medical devices plays a key role in a vibrant healthcare industry. An increasing aging population with increasing communicable and non-communicale diseases and most governments providing subisidized healthcare translate the need for cost-effective medical devices. Governments need to meet these expectations by policy librealization and revamping regulations. In the current complex environment, Frost & Sullivan advises clients to closely monitor their medical device sectors, track new opportunities, and develop strategies to take advantage of the inevitable economic turnaround.
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