Thursday, July 26, 2012

Global medical device coating market to grow to $8 billion in 2017

The global medical device coating market reached $4.8 billion in 2010 and $5.4 billion in 2011. The market is expected to grow from $5.7 billion in 2012 to nearly $8 billion in 2017, a five-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.7%.

Learn about medical device coatings and surface treatments from the perspective of both the supply and the demand side of the equation. In addition to global summaries, separate forecasts are provided for the United States, the European Union, other developed nations and the rest of the world...

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  • Receive information on the medical device coating industry as well as industry forecasts for 2012 through 2017
  • Receive information on coating and surface treatment technologies including alloy, ceramic, combination, energy-absorbing and optical, energy-emitting, micro and nano, and protective polymer treatments
  • Gain insight into industry structure and patents relevant to the industry
  • View profiles of key manufacturers in the industry.

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Medical Devices Report said...

Medical system industry worldwide was worth $266.obn,with high single digit development from the year before.Development of this sector is connected to the occurrence of a variety of illness worldwide as well as an ageing inhabitants.This blog post helps to understand global market details for medical device coating.We will definitely take advantage of this report

Shyla John said...

Thanks for sharing this informative post here. As I can saw in charts the use or manufacturing of Medical equipments are increases day by day which is a good thing because now people are also using them as personally.

Medical equipment

Majakel said...

It's very hot news. A quality system is dependably best when it is executed starting from the earliest stage as a component of the characteristic movement of medical device design and creation. In any case, there is room to actualize a quality system at any stage in a producer's lifecycle, which is uplifting news acknowledging that FDA Quality System Regulations (QSR) are unequivocal in regards to the need for this system to be set up. thanks~ Bob W.

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