DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/gz4ttx/in_vitro) has announced the addition of the "In Vitro Diagnostics Market in Poland 2012" report to their offering.
Report features forecasts to 2016 for in vitro products and services
The IVD market in Poland has experienced growth due to technological advances and increased health awareness among Polish healthcare consumers. As a result, certain categories of tests have become routine procedures, and service providers, mainly large laboratory chains and testing centres, have expanded across the country and are likely to continue to do so in the coming years.
In order to keep track of newly emerging segments and industry-leading businesses, suppliers and competitors active in this market find In vitro diagnostics market in Poland 2012, Development forecasts for 2012-2016, a publication prepared by the experts at PMR, to be an indispensible source of data and analysis when planning operations and sourcing new opportunities.
This groundbreaking document examines the market in its entirety and evaluates its many segments: clinical chemistry, immunochemistry, diabetes testing products and equipment, haematology/histology/cytology, microbiology and molecular diagnostics. It offers data designed to track import and export activity from 2005 thru Q1 2012, in addition to expertly calculated forecasts for the period to 2016.
The report presents information on consumer habits such as the frequency of cytology, glucose testing or monitoring of blood cholesterol, and the amount of money most are willing to spend on such services. It provides demographic and epidemiological assessments along with reliability and quality ratings for tests administered at Polish centres and processed at diagnostic laboratories.
Key Topics Covered:
I. Report methodology
II. Executive summary
III. Overview of the in vitro diagnostics market in Poland
IV. Analysis of individual segments of the IVD market
V. Key players in the IVD market in Poland
VI. Medical diagnostic laboratories
VII. Consumer behaviour and expenditure on tests
VIII. Legal environment
IX. Demographic and epidemiological trends
X. List of graphs
XI. List of tables
XII. About PMR
XIII. Contact PMR
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