DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/x97mhb/global_blood) has announced the addition of the "Global Blood Monitoring & Cardiac Monitoring Devices Market Assessment & Forecast: 2015-2019" report to their offering.
The three major factors determining growth of the blood monitoring and cardiac monitoring systems are aging population, diabetes and obesity. Besides aging population which is already presenting itself as a strong factor, the rising incidence of diabetes and obesity has put tremendous pressure on the North American population. According to the American Diabetes Association, there are approximately 30 million people currently suffering from diabetes and approximately 1.5 million people had Type-1 diabetes in 2014.
In recent years, the situation of obesity received tremendous highlights due to the fact that over one third (34%) of the population in North America is obese. Diabetes single-handedly is the most damaging disease occurring across the world with 387 million people currently living with the disease as per IDF statistics.
The Asia-Pacific region accounts for more than half of this population, which makes it a market with huge potential. Since there are approximately 35% cases that are currently undiagnosed, the potential for small emerging companies in the region is quite enormous. This is a disease which is here to stay for a while and people will need to depend on market players that provide quality care.
Key Topics Covered:
3 Market Dynamics
4 Blood Monitoring & Cardiac Monitoring Devices - Global Market Size & Assessment by Product, Forecast: 2015 - 2019
5 Blood Monitoring & Cardiac Monitoring Devices - Global Market Size Assessment, by Geography, Forecast: 2015 - 2019
6 Key Players Analysis: Blood Monitoring & Cardiac Monitoring Devices Market, 2014 (%)
- A&D Medical
- Abbott Laboratories
- Bayer Healthcare
- Dragerwerk AG
- GE Healthcare
- LifeScan (J&J)
- Medtronic Inc
- Omron Healthcare
- Philips Healthcare
- Schiller AG
- SpaceLabs Healthcare
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