Analysis of the Western European Infant Care Solutions Market
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About this report
This research service examines the Western European market for infant care solutions. It assesses the market in terms of the challenges faced by market participants and the drivers and restraints impacting the industry. In addition, it provides a market share analysis, and revenue forecasts and growth rates at the total market level, for key products segments, and at a regional level. The products covered include infant incubators/warmers, infant transport incubators, phototherapy systems, and jaundice meters. The base year is 2013 and forecasts run to 2018.
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