Insulin Infusion Pumps: World Market Analysis, Forecasts to 2019

 
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Published Mar 26, 2015 | 29 Pages | Pub ID: KLI5510873

Insulin Infusion Pumps: World Market Analysis

Infusion pumps are used to infuse necessary fluids, including medications and/or nutrients, to a patient’s circulatory system. They delivere insulin precisely and continuously to ensure normal function. Insulin Infusion Pumps: World Market Analysis analyzes the present and future world market for these pumps, with market forecasts to 2019.

Several leading competitors and product developers are listed in the manufacturer profiles. The profiled companies include:

Animas Corporation/Johnson & Johnson
Asante Solutions
Cellnovo
Insulet Corporation
Medtronic
Roche Diabetes Care
Smiths Medical
SOOIL Development
Tandem Diabetes Care

The report includes discussion of:

Important Pump Models, Companies, and New Trends
Market Analysis
Forecast
Competitive Analysis
Geographical Market Opportunity Estimates
Safety Concerns
Developments in the Market

There are many drivers of the insulin infusion pump market, including the aging of the world population and growing incidence of diabetes, as well as product innovations. The report consideres these. There are also inhibitors to market growth that market entrants and investors should be aware of, and these are discussed in the report.

Secondary data including government reports, company product literature and other corporate brochures and documents was used to assemble the report as well as information found in the scientific and trade press. Interviews with executives and experts provide depth on the assumptions in the report.
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