Focusing on connectors used in the medical electronics sector, Bishop and Associates Inc. is pleased to announce the release of their newest research report, Medical Electronics Market for Connectors. This 12-chapter, 306-page report examines electronic connectors and cable assemblies used in the medical sector and the equipment these connectors and assemblies are found on. Also examined are the market trends, regulations and requirements to be successful as an equipment manufacturer and supplier.
A market sector where failure can literally mean the difference between life and death, this report analyzes electronic packaging characteristics unique to the medical market and the types of connectors and cable assemblies that are needed to succeed in the medical space.
OEM equipment interconnect needs are analyzed. The connector requirements are shown for major imaging equipment like CT, MRI, x-ray, and ultrasound equipment. Requirements for monitoring equipment and cabling is also examined, including opportunities for disposable sensor cable assemblies. Special attention is given to the environment where medical connectors are used, including cleaning and sterilization processes and techniques used to successfully survive.
We also look at connectors, cables, and instruments used inside the body, either temporarily during surgery or exams, or long term in implanted devices.
The report discusses the unique materials, manufacturing processes, and interconnect designs that optimize connectors and cables for medical applications. Included is a comprehensive overview of over 25 suppliers of medical connectors and assemblies, examining the strategies of these suppliers, including their approach to the market, acquisition strategies, and overall direction in the medical market. These connector suppliers include not only industry giants, but also niche suppliers, whose core innovations and technologies have enabled them to succeed.
Overall medical market drivers and trends are discussed and sales and forecast numbers by region, sub-sector, and product type are provided.
Health care spending varies widely around the world. We look at how this spending compares to population (spending per person) and to GDP for the country. This reveals markets that can be expected to see above-average growth over coming years and suggests strategies for how to take advantage of these fundamental changes.
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