The medical device market is vast — everything from a large imaging system to a disposable item can be classified as a type of medical device — but also provides opportunity for new entrants. While in dollar terms the pharmaceutical market is greater, the device market has more participants and is responsible for more orders and transactions. Throughout the past decade, Kalorama Information has covered many device markets in detail. Certain areas such as infusion pumps, patient monitoring and catheters have shown promising growth. Others have solid market leaders earning stable revenue.
What are the fastest-growing markets for medical devices? Who are the main participants and what competitive moves did they make in 2010? How have device companies fared in a continually lukewarm economy? What impact will US healthcare reform have on the industry in the largest medical device market? How much of the business has shifted out of the US?
This Kalorama Information report, The Global Market for Medical Devices representing the second time Kalorama Information looked at the medical device industry as a whole, answers these questions and examines the global medical device industry and the key competitors participating in it. Combining the expert knowledge of Kalorama Information’s reporting on device markets and analysis of 2010 results, the report provides insights into current trends that will be of interest to anyone watching the medical device market. As part of its coverage, the report includes:
- Current Medical Device Market Size Estimate
- Forecast to 2015
- Discussion of Healthcare Reform Impact
- Group Purchasing Trends
- 2010 Acquisitions and Mergers
- Regional Breakout of Device Market
- (US, Europe, Asia, Rest of World)
- Discussion of Hospital Spending, Population and other Trends
- Revenues of Top Device Companies, 2010
- Medical Device Market in Significant Countries (US, China, Germany, Brazil, Japan)
- Look at Key Device Markets
- (Patient Monitoring, Catheters, Imaging Equipment, Stents, Respiratory Equipment, Wound Care and Other Areas)
- Profiles of Top Medical Device Companies
- Analyst’s Conclusions Concerning the Current Device Market
The report discusses the regulatory process and proposed changes in major markets, as well as the trends in the industry that are apparent in 2010. It also takes a detailed look at results from 10 ‘bellwether’ companies (chosen for revenues and diversity of product offerings) to glean insights about the larger market from their results in the past year.
As part of its coverage of the medical device market, Kalorama profiles some of the top companies in the industry, including:
- Johnson & Johnson
- GE Healthcare
- Siemens Healthcare
- Baxter International
- Philips Healthcare
- Abbott Laboratories
- Becton Dickinson
- B. Braun
- St. Jude Medical
- 3M Healthcare
- Smith & Nephew
- Beckman Coulter
- Fresenius Medical
- Owens & Minor
- Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc
- Smiths Medical
- Boston Scientific
- CR Bard
Kalorama Information has, in many of the largest device markets, already conducted detailed primary and secondary research-based studies and has examined manufacturer revenue estimates, rendering the total market visible. This report was partially assembled using data from Kalorama Information’s previous medical device reports.
As is the standard methodology with all Kalorama market research reports, both primary and secondary research was used. Research into company annual reports, trade publications, government and medical literature was used as a foundation. Interviews with executives at medical device companies were conducted and are the key source of estimates.
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