In-Vitro Diagnostics Market Report Suite | United States | 2011-2017 | MedSuite
The U.S. in vitro diagnostics market includes devices and reagents used for performing assays in vitro, Latin for in glass, which can be interpreted as in a controlled environment outside of the living organism. In the context of medicine, in vitro diagnostics involves testing of bodily fluids for diseases, conditions or infections. Test results are then used for monitoring disease progress and effects of treatment, or aiding in the diagnosis of disease. In vitro diagnostic testing can be performed in a variety of different environments, ranging from hospital laboratories and commercial reference laboratories care to physician offices and imaging centers.
- Year: 2011
- Scope: 2007-2017
- Region: United States
- Published Date: 9/1/2011
- Pages: 322
- Type: MedSuite
By 2017, the U.S. in vitro diagnostic market is expected to approach $10 billion. The market segments covered in the U.S. Markets for In Vitro Diagnostics 2011 include:
– Immunochemistry Analyzer
– Immunology Diagnostic
– Chemistry Diagnostics
– Automated Urinalysis Instrument
– Molecular Diagnostics Reagent
– Molecular Diagnostics Instrument
– Hemostasis Analyzer
– Hemostasis Reagent
– Hematology Analyzer Market
– Hematology Reagent
Blood Donor Screening
– Blood Screening Analyzer
– Blood Screening Assay Kit
– Blood Gas Testing
– Urinalysis Testing
– Blood Glucose Testing
In 2010, the U.S. in vitro diagnostics market experienced significant growth due to the introduction of new Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved assays. That year, many technologies were well established and equipment markets were saturated. However, innovation, demand for testing and development of new assays will drive market growth.
Within the in vitro diagnostics market, companies such as Siemens, Roche Diagnostics, Abbott Diagnostics and Beckman Coulter lead the market, among many others. This report provides a comprehensive and detailed analysis of market revenues by device type, market forecasts through 2017, unit sales, average selling prices, market drivers and limiters and a detailed competitive analysis, including manufacturer market shares and product portfolios.
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