Region: Caribbean
Category: Medical Devices

Caribbean Medical Devices

(6 reports matching your criteria)
  • Wound Care in Dominican Republic

    ... first quarter of the year as a result of COVID-19. During this time, people increasingly bought first aid kits in preparation for the curfew as worries that some channels would be closed mounted. However, sales ... Read More

  • Cuba Medical Devices Q4 2020

    ... to the country’s success at containing the initial spike in cases via mandatedmask usage, full closure of its air and sea borders, its robust and well-staffed healthcare system, aggressive contract tracing and thegovernment’s willingness to ... Read More

  • Cuba Medical Devices Report Q2 2018

    ... continue to rely on imports from mainly China, Europe and Japan. Despite collaborationon public healthcare matters, post embargo opportunities for US medical device companies will be difficult, as a full repeal ofsanctions will remain elusive. Read More

  • Medical Dressing Market in Trinidad and Tobago to 2022

    ... for medical dressings in Trinidad and Tobago. The research includes historical data from 2011 to 2017 and forecasts until 2022 which makes the report an invaluable resource for industry executives, marketing, sales and product managers, ... Read More

  • The Future of Dominican Republic Medical Equipment Markets to 2025

    ... XX%. Driven by surge in market conditions and technological advancements, the Medical Equipment has witnessed strong growth in terms of sales. The country’s Electronic communication industry has strong growth potential across the market. In terms ... Read More

  • Cuba Medical Devices Report Q2 2016

    ... imports from mainlyEurope and China, and increasingly from Japan. US suppliers cannot compete due to the US tradeembargo, likely to remain in place until at least 2017, but opportunities will exist in a post-embargo era.Opportunities ... Read More

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