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Medical Devices Market Research Reports & Industry Analysis

Medical devices are durable and disposable in nature. These devices can be used for a wide variety of conditions for surgical procedures, home health care, clinical settings or in the medical office setting. A medical device is an instrument, apparatus, implant, in vitro reagent or anything similar which can be used to diagnose, prevent or treat a disease within the body. It can be as simple as a tongue depressor, medical thermometer or disposable gloves. It can also be as complex as a computer which can assist in medical testing, an implant like a stent or a prosthesis. Globally, the medical device market is over $209 billion.

Medical devices are classified in one of three regulatory classes, the classification is dependent on the intended use of the device and indications for use. The US accounts for approximately 38% of the global medical device market. China, Japan, Russia and Brazil have the most stringent regulatory compliance for medical devices. Research can be found within market research industry reports which will further outline economic industry trends, device regulation globally and challenges facing medical device leaders.

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Medical Devices Industry Research & Market Reports

  • Wound Care in Austria

    ... aid kits, are kept at home or in cars in case of an accident. Small injuries at home are inevitable, especially in larger households with three members or more. The number of families with children ... Read More

  • Malaysia Medical Devices Q1 2020

    ... expanding private sector supported by medicaltourism, while the country's strategic geographic location and congruent operating environment will ensure the continuedattraction of multinational investment. Headwinds to market growth include political uncertainty following opposition victory andthe current ... Read More

  • Estonia Medical Devices Q1 2020

    ... over the2018-2023 period, and stronger growth in US dollar terms due to local currency appreciation. The market is heavily reliant onimports, but its small size limits the scope for the purchase of more expensive items. Read More

  • Europe Medical Devices Q4 2019

    ... import reliance,and increasing multinational presence in certain markets. Risks to our market forecasts include slowing global growth, which willcontinue to drag on the Central & Eastern European economy going into 2020. In the eurozone, there ... Read More

  • Wound Care in Russia

    ... slow performance of the category in 2019, with low disposable incomes hampering consumer purchasing power. As a result, consumers tend to buy wound care products as and when required. In Russia, wound care products are ... Read More

  • Wound Care in Belgium

    ... as outdoor activities increase the risk of injuries, blisters and cuts. A continuation of milder winters and warm spring and summer seasons would improve the prospects for stable demand in the forecast period. When making ... Read More

  • Chile Medical Devices Q1 2020

    ... but it will remain reliant on imports as production islimited. Chile has generally avoided regional full membership in trading blocs such as MERCOSUR or CAN, preferring bilateralagreements such as its FTA with the US, which ... Read More

  • Wound Care in Vietnam

    ... are more engaged in sports and similar physical activities and are more prone to suffer from cuts and bruises, demand for sticking plasters and adhesive bandages has naturally increased as well. Moreover, Vietnam’s population has ... Read More

  • Wound Care in Sweden

    ... niche of first aid kits, a trend that is predicted to continue into the forecast period. Demand for sticking plasters/adhesive bandages can be linked to Swedes generally spending a great deal of time outdoors, particularly ... Read More

  • Wound Care in Finland

    ... offer consumers some level of differentiation, players looked to product innovation in terms of new materials such as water-resistant technologies or greater convenience of usage, which appear to offer specific value. First aid kits remained ... Read More

  • Middle East And North Africa Medical Devices Q4 2019

    ... the next several years, which will contain government spending and so medical device market growth. Despite itsslowdown, Saudi Arabia will continue to lead the GCC medical device market, while Iran will spearhead the non-GCC medical ... Read More

  • Croatia Medical Devices Q1 2020

    ... currency appreciation. The market will benefit from solid,albeit slowing, economic growth, as well as the construction of new hospitals and the expansion of medical tourism. The market willremain reliant on imports due to the absence ... Read More

  • Latvia Medical Devices Q1 2020

    ... back of sustained economic growthand increased public investment in healthcare supported by EU funds. Trade with fellow EU member states will continue to increaseas business activity with Russia and other former Soviet bloc countries wanes. Read More

  • Philippines Medical Devices Q1 2020

    ... from a strong economic performance over the next five years.Modernisation of hospitals and other key health sector development projects will drive market growth, while new medical deviceregulations will strengthen the country's regulatory environment and drive ... Read More

  • Wound Care in the Netherlands

    ... a relatively seasonal category with spring and summer remaining important for wound care’s performance as the Dutch are more likely to spend time engaging in outdoor sporting activities and therefore are more likely to need ... Read More

  • Wound Care in Norway

    ... being a must have item in most family homes. Players often use colourful packaging including cartoons on the packaging to help stand out on retailers’ shelves and attract this younger consumer base. Nevertheless, with the ... Read More

  • Wound Care in Egypt

    ... the enormous size of the Egyptian population is taken into account. Low overall sales are a reflection of the fact that wound care products, especially sticking plasters/adhesive bandages, are generally not considered to be essential ... Read More

  • Wound Care in Switzerland

    ... sticking plasters, as medicine cabinet staples, while others even keep entire first aid kits at their homes (especially when they have children or pets). Purchases are mainly replacements of expired items or after usage. Thus ... Read More

  • Wound Care in Canada

    ... be restricted by maturity and the fact that these products are purchased infrequently and stored for use as needed. However, the negative impact of these factors should be mitigated somewhat by population ageing and rising ... Read More

  • Wound Care in Hungary

    ... real incomes and slight increases in unit prices. The forecast period is expected to see wound care continue to record steady current value growth, which will likely be supported by the strengthening demand for more ... Read More

  • Wound Care in Italy

    ... also seeing increasingly polarised demand in Italy, with consumers drawn to premium/specialist or economy products. This trend informs the slight increase in current value sales in 2019. Value sales are being stimulated by premium wound ... Read More

  • Atomic Force Microscopy Market (AFM) by Offering (AFM, Probes, Software), Grade (Industrial Grade, Research Grade), Applications (Materials Science, Life Sciences, Semiconductor & Electronics, Academics), and Region - Global Forecast to 2024

    ... market projected to grow at 5.8% CAGR during 2019-2024” The global atomic force microscopy market was valued at USD 441 million in 2019 and is projected to reach USD 586 million by 2024; it is ... Read More

  • Wound Care in Indonesia

    ... to buy spare wound care products and keep them with antiseptics and other OTC first aid remedies at home as a part of their own tailor-made first aid kits. Currently, sticking plaster/adhesive bandages is the ... Read More

  • Wound Care in Turkey

    ... elastic plasters, liquid plasters and haemostatic sprays, healing patches, and sticking plasters for feet and blisters. The main factor contributing to growth is the increasing availability of premium products offering different features, such as stopping ... Read More

  • Eye Care in Turkey

    ... dry eyes. Eye ailments are also increasing as a result of other modern lifestyle factors such as longer periods spent driving, and more time spent in air-conditioned environments. Eye care sales are also rising due ... Read More

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