MEDICAL DEVICES

The medical devices industry is a multi-billion dollar industry whose outlook is expected to rise in years ahead. These devices diagnose and treat a multitude of patient illnesses and work much better than drugs. They range in their application but all are very sophisticated and complex. Devices commonly used include pacemakers, tongue depressors, surgery equipment and instruments, electronic medical equipment, invitro diagnostic substances, irradiation apparatus, dental, and ophthalmic goods. The market for medical devices is high in every national population. The costs of in hospital care is rising and the medical device industry is being looked to provide low cost technology for home health care. The health care industry seeks devices that can be used by individuals with unskilled healthcare experience.


Aesthetic Devices / Cosmetic Surgery

Anesthesia

Blood

Cardiovascular Devices

In the cardiovascular devices arena, there is a group of large corporate participants (“dominator”) with lines of products for broad cardiovascular applications (including congestive heart failure), and a much smaller number of smaller companies (“upstarts”) with a primary focus on congestive heart failure.

The number of smaller companies has not been growing significantly with the realization that congestive heart failure presents a major economic investment to achieve reasonably-timed technology/product development, clinical trials and market marketing in therapeutic niches for which there is presently no adequate participation. Simply defining the niches is a difficult task. This trend may persist, but failing the addition of unique core technologies, it is not likely to continue too far into the future.

Catheters

Country Overviews

Critical Care

Dental Equipment

Diabetes

Dialysis

Disposables

Drug Delivery Systems

Durable Medical Equipment

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Electronics

ENT

Equipment & Supplies

Equipment and supplies is a general term used in corporate and manufacturing settings in a variety of industries, such as the medical field. It is defined as expendable and non-expendable tools, materials, apparatus, and instruments that are used to perform specific functions. For example, in the healthcare field, equipment and supplies are used in diagnostic, surgical, therapeutic, scientific, and experimental procedures.

General Medical Devices

Home Health

Information Technology

Infusion Products

Manufacturing & Packaging

Materials Science

Medical Devices

Medical Devices Company Reports

Medical Laser

Minimally Invasive Surgery

Needles, Syringes, IV Access

Neurology Devices

Ophthalmic Devices

Orthopedics

Patient Monitoring

Regulation

Respiratory Devices

Stents

Sterilization Equipment

Surgical Equipment - Robotics

Urology

Virtual Reality

Wound Care

Discover new products and technologies in wound care and wound management. Our collection of market research and company reports provides insights into product and market trends, analyses, opportunities, projections, sales, and marketing strategies. Specifics on market share, segmentation, size, and growth in the US and global markets are also featured.

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