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Clinical chemistry analysis is one of the most important areas within clinical laboratory analysis. The term clinical chemistry usually refers to determining the concentration or activity of a …

Clinical chemistry analysis is one of the most important areas within clinical laboratory analysis. The term clinical chemistry usually refers to determining the concentration or activity of a protein, carbohydrate, lipid, electrolyte, enzyme or small molecule in easily-collected bodily fluids such as blood, serum, plasma or urine.

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  • 1. Clinical Chemistry AnalyzersClinical chemistry analysis is one of the most important areas within clinical laboratory analysis.The term clinical chemistry usually refers to determining the concentration or activity of aprotein, carbohydrate, lipid, electrolyte, enzyme or small molecule in easily-collected bodilyfluids such as blood, serum, plasma or urine. However, it is not necessarily limited to thesedeterminations. The analysis of virtually any biologically-active substance--any place in thebody--can loosely be defined as clinical chemistry. In fact, traditional specialization barriers suchas microbiology, hematology, blood banking, immunology and even anatomical pathology arerapidly fading, both operationally and instrumentally. But for the sake of defining the subject to areasonable size, the more traditional scope of clinical chemistry will be the subject of thisTriMark Publications study. The purpose of this report is to describe the specific segments of theglobal clinical chemistry instrumentation market. Specifically, this study examines the marketsfor small lab and highly-automated, large lab platforms, as well as accessory equipment such asreagents, supplies and manufacturers’ original equipment manufacturer (OEM) additionalequipment. The emphasis is on those companies and products that are actively developing andmarketing chemistry analyzer products for the clinical setting, including hospitals, independentlabs, physician’s offices and clinics. Concentration is on the clinical chemistryinstrumentation industry market segment in the U.S. and around the world. Particular attention ispaid to those areas of the clinical chemistry instrumentation sector that are showing the greatestgrowth or the most innovation.Table of Contents :1. Overview 51.1 Objectives of the Report 51.2 Methodology 51.3 Scope of the Report 71.4 Executive Summary 72. IVD Clinical Chemistry Market 92.1 Introduction 93. IVD Clinical Chemistry Market 113.1 Markets 113.1.1 Global Markets 113.1.2 Global Drivers of Clinical Chemistry Testing 133.1.3 Global Outlook 143.1.4 U.S. Market 143.1.5 European Market German Clinical Chemistry Diagnostic Markets U.K. Clinical Chemistry Testing Diagnostic Market U.K. Market Statistics U.K. Competitive Analysis U.K. Market Access 23
  • 2. French Clinical Chemistry Diagnostic Market Italian Clinical Chemistry Diagnostic Market Spanish Clinical Chemistry Diagnostic Market Indian Clinical Chemistry Diagnostic Market India’s In Vitro Diagnostic Testing Industry Scandinavian Clinical Chemistry Market Japanese Clinical Chemistry Testing Market Country Clinical Chemistry Smaller Markets Chinese Clinical Chemistry Market Canada Clinical Chemistry Market 313. Brazil Clinical Chemistry Market 323. Turkey Clinical Chemistry Market 333. Australia Clinical Chemistry Market 333. Mexico IVD Market 333.1.5.10 Remaining World Clinical Chemistry Testing Market 343.1.5.11 Overview of Asian Healthcare Market 353. Singapore 353. Malaysia 353. Thailand 353. Indonesia 363. Philippines 363. South Korea 363. India 373. Hong Kong 373. Taiwan 373.1.5.12 Overview of the Latin American Diagnostics Market 373.2 Clinical Chemistry Sector 383.2.1 Industry-Served Markets 383.2.2 Industry Players 383.2.2.1 Manufacturing Companies 383.2.3 Market Specialization 393.2.4 Revenue and Reimbursement 413.2.5 Companies 413.3 Outlook for Clinical Chemistry Testing 423.3.1 Long-Term Changes 423.3.2 Market Drivers 443.3.3 The Limits to Growth 443.3.4 Hot Sectors in the IVD Market 443.3.5 Key Technologies 453.3.6 Conclusion 454. Clinical Chemistry Instrument Market by Sector: Size, Growth, Share and Competitors 464.1 Ultra-Large Throughput Chemistry Analyzers 464.2 Large-Throughput Analyzers 614.3 Mid-Size Clinical Chemistry Analyzers 734.4 Chemistry Analyzers for the Small-Volume Market 78
  • 3. 5. Important Technology Trends 815.1 Technology Platform Innovations in Point-of-Care Testing 815.2 Sensor Systems for Diagnostic Applications 815.3 Glucose Measurements 835.4 Glucose Test Methods 865.5 Cholesterol Measurements 865.6 The New Paradigm 875.7 Consolidated Workstations 875.8 Automation in the Laboratory in Response to Labor Shortages 895.9 Laboratory Information Systems 905.10 Biosensor Technology 915.11 Data-Management Issues 925.11.1 Wireless LANs 935.11.2 Data and Workflow Management Systems 935.11.3 Beckman Command Central Version 2.0 945.12 Connectivity Platforms 945.12.1 Laboratory Data Linking Software and Interface to the Laboratory Information System 945.12.2 AbbottLink Analyzer Connections 955.12.3 Beckman Coulter DL2000 Data Manager v6.5 955.12.4 bioMérieux Inc. ENQ 956. Business Trends in the Clinical Chemistry Analyzer Sector 976.1 Key Developments 976.2 Sector Consolidation 976.3 Diagnostic Testing Growth Trends 986.4 Reagent and Hardware Business in Japan 996.5 New Products 996.6 Acquisition, License Agreements, Internal Development and Partnerships 996.7 Product Testing Depth in Clinical Chemistry Testing 1006.8 Government Regulation 1006.8.1 U.S. Regulation 1006.8.1.1 Importing Medical Devices to the U.S. 1026.8.1.2 Exporting Medical Devices from the U.S. 1026.8.2 U.K. Regulation 1036.8.3 E.U. Regulation 1046.8.4 Japanese Regulation 1056.8.5 Korean Regulation 1066.9 Increased Market Penetration 1066.10 Costs of Doing Business in Europe 1086.11 Drivers of European Diagnostics Testing 1086.12 European Reimbursement Practices 1086.13 Cost Containment in Europe 1086.14 Medicare Reimbursement Trends 1087. Company Profiles 112
  • 4. 7.1 Abaxis, Inc. 1127.2 Abbott Diagnostics 1147.3 Adaltis Inc. 1227.4 Alfa Wasserman, Inc. (f/k/a Electro-Nucleonics, Inc. and Schiapparelli Biosystems, Inc.) 1227.5 Awareness Technology, Inc. 1237.6 Siemens Medical Solutions USA, Inc. 1237.7 Beckman Coulter, Inc. 1247.8 Dade Behring, Inc. (Acquired by Siemens Medical Solutions) 1297.9 Hitachi, Ltd. 1357.10 Horiba, Ltd. 1367.11 JEOL Ltd. 1367.12 Nova Biomedical Corporation 1377.13 Olympus America, Inc. 1387.14 Ortho-Clinical Diagnostics, Inc. 1397.15 Roche Diagnostics Corp. 1417.16 Shimadzu Corporation 1437.17 Sysmex Corporation 1437.18 Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. 1447.19 Vital Scientific B.V. 1458. Clinical Chemistry Testing Sector Trends and Forecasts 1478.1 Home Care Analysis 1478.2 Non-traditional Collection for Chemistry Testing 1478.3 New Systems for Critical-Care and Near-Patient Testing 1478.4 Utility of Near-Patient Testing in Critical-Care Settings 1478.5 Mergers of Diagnostic Companies 1478.6 Information Management Advances 1478.7 Test Ordering Patterns 1478.8 Patient Satisfaction 1478.9 Move Away From Central Laboratory 1488.10 Healthcare Cost Controls 1488.11 Competition for Services 1488.12 Drivers of Clinical Chemistry Testing 1488.13 Confluence of New Technology 1488.14 New Trends in Clinical Laboratory Testing 1498.14.1 Trends in Reimbursement Practices 1498.14.2 Managed Care 1518.14.3 Changes in Patient Management 1528.14.4 Focused Testing 1528.14.5 Satellite Facilities 1528.14.6 Point-of-Care Testing 1528.14.7 Regionalization of Laboratory Care 1538.15 New Chemistry Analyzers 1548.16 Multiplexing Technology 1549. Clinical Chemistry Product Introductions 156
  • 5. 9.1 Clinical Chemistry Analyzer Product Launches 1569.2 Clinical Chemistry Reagent Product Launches 15610. Corporate Directory 157INDEX OF FIGURESFigure 3.1: 17Figure 6.1: 109LIST OF TABLESTable 3.1: The Overall In Vitro Diagnostic Testing Market Worldwide, 2008 11Table 3.2: Worldwide Distribution of IVD Testing, 2008 11Table 3.3: Global Clinical Chemistry Revenues, 1998-2012 12Table 3.4: Worldwide Distribution of Clinical Chemistry Testing, 2006 12Table 3.5: Thirteen Largest Diagnostic Companies Worldwide, 2007 12Table 3.6: U.S. Clinical Chemistry Testing Market, 2000-2012 15Table 3.7: U.S. Clinical Laboratory Diagnostic Test Market Segments, 2008 15Table 3.8: U.S. Individual Clinical Chemistry Diagnostic Test Markets, 2007 16Table 3.9: European Clinical Laboratory Testing IVD Reagents and Instruments Market, 2000-2012 16Table 3.10: European Clinical Laboratory Testing Diagnostics by Country Market Estimates,2007 17Table 3.11: European Clinical Chemistry Testing Market, 2000-2008 18Table 3.12: European Rapid Point of Care Testing by Country Market Estimates, 2008 19Table 3.13: German Clinical Chemistry Testing Diagnostics Products Market Sales, 2003-201220Table 3.14: The German Patient Care Lab Test Market, 2000-2008 20Table 3.15: The German Alternate Site Testing Market (POL), 2000-2008 20Table 3.16: The German Hospital Clinical Chemistry Market, 2000-2008 20Table 3.17: U.K. Clinical Chemistry Diagnostics Products Market Sales, 2000-2008 22Table 3.18: Major U.K. IVD Manufacturers 22Table 3.19: U.S. IVD Manufacturers Doing Business in the U.K. 23For more information, please visit : :SanaaAarkstore EnterpriseTel : +912227453309
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