The research team conducted a comprehensive review of secondary information sources, including Frost & Sullivan in-house databases, previous research services, online databases, trade journals, and the Internet.
The team then drew up a research plan on the basis of the research objectives and the resources allotted.
The best research instrument suitable for this project was identified as an open-ended questionnaire, developed separately for different types of target candidates, namely manufacturers, distributors, end users, and industry experts. These instruments were made, checked for clarity, and thoroughness, and also if they motivated the candidates to respond. Duplication and overlaps allowed corroboration and cross-checking of data.
Frost & Sullivan obtained primary data directly from industry participants. The analysts' finely honed interviewing skills enabled the team to elicit valuable strategic information from industry participants. Using Frost & Sullivan's uniquely designed research techniques, the analysts were able to obtain information invaluable for identifying trends, threats, and opportunities in the marketplace. Primary research is focused on interviewing key personnel of relevant companies and organizations. In addition, the research team interviewed end users and industry experts from government and trade associations.
About htis report
The Chinese wound care market is in the growth stage. Growing ageing population and rise in the incidence of lifestyle diseases, coupled with the increase in risk of chronic wounds and in affordability of better quality of wound care products provide the impetus for the Chinese wound care market. Universal coverage of public health insurance schemes and increased reimbursement rate for wound care products would further stimulate demand. Based on the findings of primary and secondary researches, this research service analyses market dynamics, revenue forecasts, market share, and competitive structure in the Chinese wound care market. The base year is 2013, and forecasts have been provided until 2021.
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