DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/xg3qsl/the_hospital) has announced the addition of the "The Hospital Market For Huber Needles & Needle Sets In France" report to their offering.
In 2011, safety Huber needles have accounted for over one-third of the market in volume and close to 55% in value. The private sector is dominant in unit terms, but not in value. B. Braun Medical is the market leader, followed by Perouse and Smiths Medical. Other suppliers include Bard, Vygon and Thiebaud. Market shares are significantly different for standard needles and safety needles.
This report examines in detail the hospital market for Huber needles and needle sets in France in 2010 and 2011. A distinction is made between standard needles and safety needles, and those with an extension tube (with the sub-classication: with injection site/without injection site) and without an extension tube (with the sub-classification: straight/angled). For each type of needle, the report gives the market size in volume and in value. The market structure by end-user category (university/regional hospitals, general hospitals, other public hospitals, cancer hospitals, other non-profit making hospitals, profit making hospitals) is provided in volume and in value for all Huber needles. Finally, market shares in volume are given for standard needles and safety needles separately.
Consumption figures and real prices are collected directly from hospitals. Statistical analyses using linear regression are performed for each category of establishment within the public and the private sectors separately.
- B. Braun Medical
- Smiths Medical
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