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Prospects of Global Medical Devices Market 2012 - A Survey Report

NEW YORK, Dec. 31, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Prospects of Global Medical Devices Market 2012 - A Survey Report

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TechNavio's analysts conducted a survey on the prospects of the Global Medical Devices market for the year 2012. The survey assessed the growth potential for medical devices in major market segments. The scenario of the top countries in the Global Medical Devices market was also analyzed. The other factors considered for this study were the regulatory aspects, environmental factors, and business environment of the Global Medical Devices market.

TechNavio's report, Prospects of the Global Medical Devices Market 2012 - A Survey Report, has been prepared based on responses from over 290 participants across manufacturers, suppliers, and distributors and resellers. The survey participants were selected from more than 19 top countries in the Global Medical Devices market.

Vendors mentioned in the report are Abbott Laboratories, ArjoHuntleigh International, Avro Medical Sdn. Bhd., B L Lifesciences Pvt. Ltd., B. Braun Melsungen AG, Barco Inc, Bausch and Lomb Inc., Becton Dickinson and Company, Bespak Europe Ltd., Biotronik SE & Co. KG, Boston Scientific Corp., Brainlab AG, C.R.Bard Inc., Carestream Health, Coherent Medical Systems, ConvaTec Inc., Cook Medical Inc., Covidien plc, CPC Diagnostics Pvt Ltd, Creganna-Tactx Medical, Dako Denmark A/S, Dentsply International, Device Technologies Australia Pty. Ltd., Device Technologies NZ, Dragerwerk AG, Eastern Medikit Ltd., Elekta AB, Fondaco Mitratama, GE Healthcare, Greatbatch Medical, Haemonetics Corp., Henry Schein Inc., Henry Schein Shalfoon, Hospira Inc., IBA SA Group, Integra LifeSciences Corp., Intersurgical Ltd., Intuitve Surgical Inc., Lake Region Manufacturing Inc., Leica Microsystems, Maestros Mediline Systems Ltd., Mangar International Ltd., MED-EL UK Ltd., Medikit-India, Meril Life Sciences Pvt Ltd, Mindray DS USA Inc., Mirr Scitehc Corp., Nutricia GmbH, Owen Mumford Limited, PT Pacific Biotekindo Intralab, Recorders and Medicare Systems Pvt Ltd, Roche Diagnostics, Sahajanand Medical Technologies Pvt. Ltd., Schiller Healthcare India Pvt. Ltd., Siemens Healthcare, Simcro Ltd., Smith and Nephew Plc, Smiths Medical, St. Jude Medical Inc., Stryker Corp., Symmetry Medical Inc., Teleflex Inc., Transasia Bio-medicals ltd, Transmedic, Triodent Corp., TYCO Healthcare, Unomedical AS, and Vention Medical.

Key questions answered in this report:

What will the market size be in 2015 and what will the growth rate be?

What are the key market trends?

What is driving this market?

What are the challenges to market growth?

Who are the key vendors in this market space?

What are the market opportunities and threats faced by the key vendors?

What are the strengths and weaknesses of the key vendors?

You can request one free hour of analyst time when you purchase this report. Details provided within the report.

TechNavio's research portfolio in the Healthcare series includes reports on the Pharmaceutical Market, Medical Devices Market, Diagnostic Market, Vaccine Market, Oncology Market, CRO Market, Orthopedic Market, Hearing Aids Market, Dental Care Market, Medical Imaging Market, Endoscopy Market, Dialysis Market, Telemedicine Market, Cancer Drug Market, Glucose Monitoring Market, Infusion Pumps Market, Defibrillators Market, Neuromodulation Market, Capnography Market.

Methodology

Research methodology is based on extensive primary and secondary research. Primary research includes in-depth interviews with industry experts, vendors, resellers and customers. Secondary research includes Technavio Platform, industry publications, company reports, news articles, analyst reports, trade associations and the data published by Government agencies.

01. Introduction

02. Scope of the Study

Overview

Objective

Survey Respondents

Selection Methodology

Selection Criteria

03. Respondent Profile

Profile by Designations

Profile by Nature of Work

Profile by Country

Profile by Geography

04. Industry Background

Presence in Medical Devices Business

Business Types of the Companies

Number of Years in Medical Devices Business

Turnover of Medical Devices Companies

Employee Strength of the Company

Presence of Market Segments by Companies

List of Companies Participated in the Survey

05. Growth Potential of Major Market Segments

Orthopedic Devices Market

Dental Devices Market

Cardiovascular Devices Market

Ophthalmic Devices Market

Respiratory Devices Market

Sterilization Devices Market

Infusion Systems Market

Surgical Equipments Market

Consolidated List of Responses for Growth Potential of Major Market Segments

06. Scenario of Top Countries in the Medical Devices Market

Current Market Presence

Plan to Enter

Best Potential Country for Medical Devices Business

07. Regulatory Aspects of the Market

Role of Regulatory Authority in the Medical Device Business for New Markets

European Conformity (CE) Marking Process

US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Approval Process

Impact of Scheduled 2.3 percent Excise Tax on Medical Devices in the US

Strategies Adopted to Counter the Excise Tax in the US

08. Environmental Factors

Ranking of Geographical Regions

Impact of Key Challenges in the Medical Devices Business

Change in Staff Strength in 2013

09. Business Environment

Sales Forecast of Medical Devices in 2013

Sales of Medical Devices in the Domestic Market in 2012

Sales of Medical Devices in the Export Market in 2012

Overall Outlook of Business Environment of the Medical Devices Market in 2013

10. Other Reports in this Series

List of Exhibits:

Exhibit 1: Survey Respondents

Exhibit 2: Methodology for Conducting the Survey

Exhibit 3: Respondents Profile by Designation

Exhibit 4: Respondents Profile by Nature of Work

Exhibit 5: Respondents by Country

Exhibit 6: Respondents by Geography

Exhibit 7: Presence in Medical Devices Business

Exhibit 8: Business Type of the Medical Devices Companies

Exhibit 9: Number of Years in Medical Devices Business

Exhibit 10: Turnover of the Medical Devices Companies

Exhibit 11: Employee Strength of the Company

Exhibit 12: Presence of Market Segments by Companies

Exhibit 13: Growth Potential of Orthopedic Devices Market

Exhibit 14: Growth Potential of Dental Devices Market

Exhibit 15: Growth Potential of Cardiovascular Devices Market

Exhibit 16: Growth Potential of Ophthalmic Devices Market

Exhibit 17: Growth Potential of Respiratory Devices Market

Exhibit 18: Growth Potential of Sterilization Devices Market

Exhibit 19: Growth Potential of Infusion Systems Market

Exhibit 20: Growth Potential of Surgical Equipment Market

Exhibit 21: Responses for Growth Potential of Major Market Segments

Exhibit 22: Current Market Presence of the Respondents in the Top Countries

Exhibit 23: Preference of Countries for Entry of Medical Devices Business

Exhibit 24: Best Potential Country for Medical Device Business

Exhibit 25: Role of Regulatory Authority in the Medical Devices Business for New Markets

Exhibit 26: Level of European Conformity Marking Process

Exhibit 27: Level of US FDA Approval Process

Exhibit 28: Impact of 2.3 percent Excise Tax on Medical Devices in the US

Exhibit 29: Strategies Adopted to Counter the Excise Tax in the US-All Responses

Exhibit 30: Strategies Adopted to Counter the Excise Tax in the US-Completed Responses

Exhibit 31: Ranking of Geographical Regions

Exhibit 32: Changes in Regulatory Environment

Exhibit 33: Limited Access to Capital

Exhibit 34: Lack of Product Innovation

Exhibit 35: Pricing Fluctuations

Exhibit 36: Changing Reimbursement Environment

Exhibit 37: Increased Competition

Exhibit 38: Employee Retention

Exhibit 39: Lack of Government Support

Exhibit 40: Consolidation of Key Challenges and their Impacts on the Medical Devices Business

Exhibit 41: Change in Staff Strength in 2013

Exhibit 42: Increase or Decrease in Staff Strength in 2013

Exhibit 43: Sales Forecast of Medical Devices in 2013

Exhibit 44: Increase in Sales of Medical Devices in 2013

Exhibit 45: Decrease in Sales of Medical Devices in 2013

Exhibit 46: Sales of Medical Devices in the Domestic Market in 2012

Exhibit 47: Increase in Domestic Sales of Medical Devices in 2012

Exhibit 48: Decrease in Domestic Sales of Medical Devices in 2012

Exhibit 49: Sales of Medical Devices in the Export Market in 2012

Exhibit 50: Increase in Sales of Export of Medical Devices in 2012

Exhibit 51: Decrease in Sales of Export of Medical Devices in 2012

Exhibit 52: Overall Outlook of Business Environment of Medical Devices Market in 2013

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