United States accounts for the largest share in the world wound care market, however developed markets such as Japan, and Europe are expected to register higher growth rates
Over the past few years, there has been rise in the incidents of cyber related crimes that has created tumultuous effects across various industries, especially those which completely rely upon the IT infrastructure and have assets that are critically important to the nation.
About 25 in every 1000 people opt for an orthopedic surgery due to osteoarthritis. Such high incidence coupled with aging population and increasing awareness among people; is driving the growth of the global orthopedic devices market.
The global economy is heading towards a double dip phenomenon. The scenario is not very conducive for high-end capital equipments such as PET and SPECT scanners. This is delaying the purchase of new equipments and boosting the market for refurbished instruments.
Till recently, companies were targeting the high net worth individuals (those who have invest able assets more than rupees five crore or $1 million); but the focus is now shifting towards Ultra high net worth individuals or families (those who have invest able assets more than rupees 45 crore or $10 million)
Nanomaterials are minuscule particles having sizes to the scale of nanometers. Their physical, electrical and thermal properties make them special ingredients for a number of applications.
The Global LED driver IC market is estimated to grow from $1,119.0 million in 2010 to $4,424.0 million in 2015, at a CAGR of 31.6% from 2010 to 2015.
The global food services industry has been steadily moving towards automation in recent years owing to retail food chains constantly expanding their geographical presence.
Energy-based medical devices allow accurate application of energy to a specific surgical site, which in turn provides enhanced control over the surgery.
A lab-on-chip (LOC) device is a miniaturized laboratory on a credit card sized chip with a network of micro-channels, electrodes, sensors, and electronic circuits.