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  • 1. INDUSTRY MARKET RESEARCH FOR BUSINESS LEADERS, STRATEGISTS, DECISION MAKERS CLICK TO VIEW Table of Contents 2 List of Tables & Charts 3 Study Overview 4 Sample Text, Table & Chart 5 Sample Profile, Table & Forecast 6 Order Form 7 About Freedonia, Custom Research, Related Studies, Corporate Use License 8 Disposable Medical Supplies US Industry Study with Forecasts for 2011 & 2016 Study #2196 | May 2007 | $4500 | 431 pages The Freedonia Group 767 Beta Drive www.freedoniagroup.com Cleveland, OH • 44143-2326 • USA Toll Free US Tel: 800.927.5900 or +1 440.684.9600 Fax: +1 440.646.0484 E-mail: info@freedoniagroup.com
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Study #2196 May 2007 Disposable Medical Supplies $4500 431 Pages US Industry Study with Forecasts for 2011 & 2016 IV Accessories .............................................. 133 Pregnancy & Ovulation Tests ....................... 245 Table of Contents Enteral Feeding Supplies ................................ 134 Transdermal Patches .......................................... 136 Transdermal Technologies ............................... 138 Other Home Tests ...................................... 245 Lancets & Lancing Devices .......................... 246 Contact Lenses ................................................. 247 Central Nervous System Agents ........................ 140 2-30 Day Lenses............................................ 249 ExEcutivE Summary Hormones & Related Agents ............................ 141 Daily Lenses ................................................. 250 Cardiovascular Agents .................................... 144 Surgical Disposables .......................................... 252 markEt EnvironmEnt Nicotine Patches ........................................... 144 Procedural Kits & Trays................................... 253 General ...............................................................4 Other Transdermal Patches .............................. 145 Disposable Surgical Instruments ...................... 259 Economic Factors ..................................................5 Dialysis Disposables .......................................... 145 Plastic Surgical Drapes ................................... 261 Population & Demographic Trends ............................7 Peritoneal Dialysis Products ............................ 147 Disinfectants .................................................... 262 Health Care Trends ................................................9 Hemodialysis Products ................................... 149 Hand Sanitizers............................................. 264 Medical Conditions .......................................... 11 Surface Disinfectants ..................................... 267 Health Insurance Trends ................................... 16 National Health Expenditures ............................ 19 WounD manaGEmEnt SuP- Surgical Scrubs ............................................. 273 Patient Preparations ...................................... 275 Medical Providers ............................................ 23 PLiES Instrument Disinfectants ................................ 276 Patient Activity............................................... 28 General ........................................................... 152 Instrument Cleaners....................................... 278 Medical Product Demand................................... 34 Wound Closures................................................. 154 Disposable Gloves ............................................. 278 Pharmaceuticals & Biologicals ........................... 36 Staples & Stapling Devices.............................. 155 Examination Gloves ....................................... 279 Surgical Appliances & Supplies .......................... 36 Sutures ........................................................ 158 Surgical Gloves ............................................. 281 Surgical & Medical Instruments ......................... 37 Other Wound Closures .................................... 161 Laboratory Gloves.......................................... 283 Electromedical Equipment ................................. 38 Tissue Sealants & Adhesives ........................ 162 Sterilization Supplies ......................................... 285 In Vitro Diagnostic Products ............................. 38 Hemostats ................................................ 165 Sterile Bags & Pouches................................... 286 Analytical Instruments ..................................... 38 Bandages ......................................................... 167 Sterilization Wrap.......................................... 289 Dental Supplies & Equipment ............................ 39 Adhesive Bandages ........................................ 168 Biological & Chemical Indicators ..................... 291 Ophthalmic Goods ........................................... 39 Adhesive Tapes ............................................. 172 All Other Disposable Medical Supplies................... 293 Lab Apparatus & Furniture ................................ 40 Cast Bandages & Materials .............................. 173 Patient Room Supplies ................................... 295 Elastic Bandages ........................................... 175 Dental Supplies ............................................. 296 raW matEriaLS Gauze Bandages ............................................ 176 Ostomy Supplies............................................ 297 General ............................................................. 41 Pads & Compresses ........................................ 178 First Aid Kits ................................................ 300 Plastic Resins ..................................................... 44 Other Disposable Bandages ............................. 179 Infectious Waste Disposal Supplies .................. 301 Chemicals & Biochemicals .................................... 55 Wound Dressings ............................................... 181 Enema Supplies ............................................. 305 Nonwoven Fabrics ............................................... 56 Biological & Synthetic Dressings ...................... 182 Paper & Paperboard ............................................. 58 Film Dressings........................................... 183 markEtS Rubber Materials ................................................. 58 Hydrocolloids ............................................ 184 General ........................................................... 308 Other Raw Materials............................................. 59 Collagen Dressings ..................................... 185 Hospitals ......................................................... 310 Foam Dressings ......................................... 186 Home Health Care ............................................. 315 ProDuct ovErviEW Growth Factors .......................................... 187 Outpatient Facilities .......................................... 316 General ............................................................. 60 Hydrogels ................................................. 188 Physicians’ Offices ............................................. 320 Product Groups ................................................... 61 Alginates ................................................. 189 Nursing Homes ................................................. 322 Regulatory Considerations .................................... 63 Other Biological & Synthetic Dressings.......... 190 Dental Offices ................................................... 324 Reprocessing Issues ......................................... 65 Non-Adherent Dressings ................................. 191 Other Markets ................................................... 325 Nosocomial Infections ..................................... 67 Gauze Dressings ........................................ 192 Demand Patterns................................................. 67 Other Non-Adherent Dressings ..................... 193 inDuStry StructurE US Trade ............................................................ 69 Other Wound Management Supplies ...................... 194 General ........................................................... 328 International Markets .......................................... 71 Medical Sponges ........................................... 195 Market Share .................................................... 331 Cotton Products ............................................ 196 Competitive Strategies ....................................... 332 DruG DELivEry, catHEtEr- Mergers & Acquisitions....................................... 338 iZation & rELatED ProD- nonWovEn mEDicaL DiS- Licensing Agreements ........................................ 340 uctS PoSaBLES Marketing & Distribution .................................... 341 General ............................................................. 76 Research & Development .................................... 343 Inhalation & Anesthesia Disposables ...................... 78 General ........................................................... 198 Manufacturing .................................................. 344 Prefilled Inhalers............................................. 79 Disposable Medical Textiles................................. 200 Medical Gowns .............................................. 201 Oxygen Therapy Supplies .................................. 88 Surgical Drapes ............................................. 205 comPany ProfiLES Anesthesia Disposables .................................... 89 Abbott Laboratories........................................... 346 Nebulizers ...................................................... 91 Face Masks ................................................... 210 Ahlstrom Corporation......................................... 349 Humidifiers .................................................... 93 Other Disposable Nonwoven Medical Textiles...... 211 Ansell Limited .................................................. 351 Other Inhalation Disposables ............................ 94 Incontinence Products ....................................... 217 Arrow International Incorporated ........................ 353 Hypodermic Products ........................................... 95 Adult Diapers................................................ 219 Bard (CR) Incorporated ...................................... 356 Prefilled Syringes ............................................ 96 Adult Shields ................................................ 220 Baxter International Incorporated ....................... 360 Hypodermic Syringes...................................... 103 Underpads.................................................... 222 Becton, Dickinson and Company .......................... 363 Hypodermic Needles ...................................... 105 Other Incontinence Disposables ....................... 223 Boston Scientific Corporation .............................. 367 Catheters & Accessories ..................................... 107 Braun (B.) Melsungen AG ................................... 370 Cardiovascular Catheters................................. 108 otHEr DiSPoSaBLE mEDicaL Bristol-Myers Squibb Company ............................ 372 Angioplasty Catheters ................................ 109 SuPPLiES Cardinal Health Incorporated .............................. 374 Angiography Catheters ............................... 112 General ........................................................... 225 Coloplast A/S ................................................... 377 Atherectomy Catheters ............................... 113 Diagnostic & Laboratory Disposables .................... 228 Covidien Limited ............................................... 380 Other Cardiovascular Catheters .................... 115 Blood Glucose Test Strips ............................... 229 GlaxoSmithKline plc .......................................... 386 Infusion Catheters ......................................... 117 Disposable Labware ....................................... 232 Hospira Incorporated ......................................... 388 Urinary Catheters .......................................... 119 Blood Collection Supplies ............................... 234 Johnson & Johnson ........................................... 390 Suction Catheters .......................................... 121 Disposable Electrodes .................................... 236 Kimberly-Clark Corporation ................................. 398 Other Catheters & Accessories ......................... 124 Physicians’ Examination Supplies ..................... 238 Medline Industries Incorporated .......................... 402 Infusion Products.............................................. 126 Thermometers & Probe Covers ......................... 240 Medtronic Incorporated ...................................... 407 Premixed IV Solutions .................................... 127 Other Diagnostic & Laboratory Disposables ........ 242 Smith & Nephew plc .......................................... 411 IV Administration Sets ................................... 130 Diabetes Tests........................................... 243 Click here to purchase online Page 2 Order now, click here!
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Study #2196 May 2007 Disposable Medical Supplies $4500 431 Pages US Industry Study with Forecasts for 2011 & 2016 List of Tables & Charts 13 Hypodermic Syringe Demand ............... 105 Demand......................................... 227 ExEcutivE Summary 14 Hypodermic Needle Demand ................ 107 Cht Other Disposable Medical Supplies 1 Summary Table ..................................... 3 15 Catheters & Accessories Demand .......... 108 Demand by Type, 2006 ..................... 228 16 Cardiovascular Catheter Demand .......... 109 2 Diagnostic & Laboratory Disposables 17 Infusion Catheter Demand .................. 118 Demand......................................... 229 markEt EnvironmEnt 18 Urinary Catheter Demand .................... 121 3 Blood Glucose Test Strip Demand ......... 232 1 Macroeconomic Indicators...................... 7 19 Suction Catheter Demand .................... 123 4 Disposable Labware Demand ................ 233 2 Population by Age Group ....................... 9 20 Other Catheters & Catheter Accessories 5 Blood Collection Supplies Demand ........ 236 3 Chronic Conditions by Type ...................14 Demand......................................... 126 6 Disposable Electrode Demand .............. 238 4 Acute Conditions .................................16 21 Infusion Product Demand.................... 127 7 Disposable Physicians’ Examination 5 National Health Expenditures by Type .....22 22 Premixed IV Solution Demand .............. 130 Supplies Demand ............................ 240 6 Medical Providers ................................24 23 IV Administration Set Demand ............. 133 8 Disposable Thermometer & 7 Acute Care Hospital Activity ..................29 24 IV Accessories Demand ....................... 134 Probe Cover Demand........................ 242 8 Surgical Procedures ..............................30 25 Enteral Feeding Supplies Demand ......... 136 9 Other Diagnostic & Laboratory 9 Outpatient Activity ..............................32 26 Transdermal Patch Demand .................. 138 Disposables Demand ........................ 243 10 Diagnostic Tests ..................................34 27 Dialysis Disposable Demand ................ 147 10 Disposable Contact Lens Demand ......... 248 11 Medical Product Demand by Type ...........35 11 Surgical Disposables Demand ............... 252 12 Disposable Procedural Kit & Tray raW matEriaLS WounD manaGEmEnt SuP- Demand......................................... 253 1 Raw Materials Consumed in Disposable PLiES 13 Disposable Surgical Instrument Medical Supplies by Type....................43 1 Disposable Wound Management Demand......................................... 260 Cht Disposable Medical Supplies Raw Supplies Demand ............................ 153 14 Disposable Plastic Surgical Drape Materials Consumption by Type, 2006 ...43 Cht Wound Management Supplies Demand Demand......................................... 262 2 Plastic Resins Consumed in Disposable by Type, 2006 ................................ 154 15 Disinfectant Demand .......................... 264 Medical Supplies by Type....................45 2 Disposable Wound Closure Demand ....... 155 16 Disposable Medical Glove Demand ........ 279 3 Disposable Staple & Stapler Demand ..... 158 17 Sterilization Supplies Demand ............. 286 4 Suture Demand.................................. 161 18 All Other Disposable Medical Supplies ProDuct ovErviEW 5 Other Disposable Wound Closure Demand......................................... 294 1 Disposable Medical Supplies Demand Demand......................................... 162 by Product Group ..............................62 6 Disposable Bandage Demand ............... 168 Cht Disposable Medical Supplies Demand 7 Wound Dressing Demand ..................... 182 markEtS by Product Group, 2006 .....................63 1 Disposable Medical Supplies Demand 8 Biological & Synthetic Dressing Demand 183 2 Disposable Medical Supplies Demand, by Market ...................................... 309 9 Non-Adherent Dressing Demand ........... 192 1996-2006 .......................................69 Cht Disposable Medical Supplies Demand 10 Other Disposable Wound Management 3 US Trade in Disposable Medical Supplies ..71 by Market, 2006 ............................. 310 Supplies Demand ............................ 195 4 World Medical Supplies Demand 2 Hospitals - Disposable Medical by Region ........................................75 Supplies Demand ............................ 311 nonWovEn mEDicaL DiS- 3 Home Health Care - Disposable DruG DELivEry, catHEtEr- Medical Supplies Demand ................. 316 iZation & rELatED ProD- PoSaBLES 4 Outpatient Facilities - Disposable 1 Nonwoven Medical Disposables uctS Medical Supplies Demand ................. 317 Demand......................................... 199 1 Drug Delivery, Catheterization & 5 Physicians’ Offices - Disposable Cht Nonwoven Medical Disposables Related Product Demand by Type .........77 Demand by Type, 2006 ........................... 199 Medical Supplies Demand ................. 321 Cht Drug Delivery, Catheterization & 2 Disposable Nonwoven Medical Textiles 6 Nursing Homes - Disposable Related Product Demand by Type, Demand......................................... 201 Medical Supplies Demand ................. 323 2006 ...............................................78 3 Disposable Nonwoven Medical Gown 7 Dental Offices - Disposable 2 Inhalation & Anesthesia Disposables Demand......................................... 202 Medical Supplies Demand ................. 325 Demand...........................................79 4 Disposable Nonwoven Surgical Drape 8 Other Markets - Disposable 3 Prefilled Inhaler Demand ......................80 Demand......................................... 206 Medical Supplies Demand ................. 327 4 Dry Powder Inhaler Demand ..................81 5 Disposable Nonwoven Face Mask 5 Metered Dose Inhaler Demand ...............85 6 Oxygen Therapy Supplies Demand ...........89 Demand......................................... 211 inDuStry StructurE 6 Other Disposable Nonwoven Medical 1 Disposable Medical Supplies (DMS) Sales 7 Anesthesia Disposables Demand .............91 Textile Demand ............................... 212 by Company, 2006........................... 329 8 Disposable Nebulizer Demand ................92 7 Incontinence Disposables Demand........ 218 Cht Disposable Medical Supplies Market Share 9 Disposable Humidifier Demand ...............94 by Competitor, 2006 ........................ 334 10 Other Inhalation Disposables Demand .....95 otHEr DiSPoSaBLE mEDicaL 11 Hypodermic Product Demand .................96 SuPPLiES 12 Prefilled Syringe Demand ......................97 1 Other Disposable Medical Supplies Click here to purchase online Page 3 Order now, click here!
  • 4. Study #2196 May 2007 Disposable Medical Supplies $4500 431 Pages US Industry Study with Forecasts for 2011 & 2016 Drug delivery, catheterization and related products will remain the largest and fastest grow- ing disposable medical supplies, with demand increasing 5.7 percent annually through 2011. US demand to grow 4.9% annually through 2011 Drug Delivery, Catheter & US Disposable Medical Supplies US demand for disposable medical Related 48% Demand by Product Group supplies will increase 4.9 percent ($55.4 billion, 2006) annually to more than $70 billion in 2011. Drug delivery, catheterization and related products will remain the largest and fastest expanding group of disposable medical supplies, with Wound Management demand increasing 5.7 percent annu- Supplies 12% ally to $35 billion in 2011. Growth will Nonwoven Medical reflect a rising base of chronic care Disposables 11% patients who require surgery or con- Other Medical Disposables tinuous therapy. This trend, coupled 29% with the introduction of new higher value-added, safety-enhanced prod- ucts, will boost growth opportunities for several single-use products, especially prefilled inhalers and syringes, ather- ectomy and coronary perfusion cath- and bioengineered fibrins will fare the neutralized diapers and shields will see eters, transdermal patches and perito- best among wound closures based on the fastest gains in demand among neal dialysis kits. superior binding traits and fast healing incontinence products based on advantages. Demand for bandages will comfort and protection. Dressings, scrubs, test expand at a below-average pace due to limited pricing flexibility and the Among other disposable medical strips among categories general lack of proprietary products. supplies, blood glucose test strips and with best prospects home tests kits for other diabetes Demand for wound management Class IV surgical drapes and gowns markers, along with daily contact supplies will reach $8 billion in 2011, will post the strongest sales gains lenses, first aid kits, biological indica- up 4.0 percent annually from 2006. among nonwoven medical textiles as tors and laboratory gloves, will com- Dressings will post the strongest surgical infection prevention safe- mand the strongest growth opportuni- growth as highly absorbent alginate guards are upgraded by hospitals and ties. An expanding number of diabetics and foam products and fast-healing ambulatory surgery centers. Dispos- engaging in self-testing will boost collagen and growth factor dressings able face masks will also fare well in demand for blood glucose test strips. expand applications in the treatment of the marketplace, benefitting from New color-tinted, UV-protected and moderate-to-severe lacerations. Tissue routine use by medical providers in moisture-enhanced brands will expand sealants composed of cyanoacrylates virtually all direct contact patient sales of daily contact lenses. Trends procedures. Enhanced absorbent, odor Copyright 2007 The Freedonia Group, Inc. Click here to purchase online Page 4 Order now, click here!
  • 5. Study #2196 May 2007 Disposable Medical Supplies $4500 431 Pages US Industry Study with Forecasts for 2011 & 2016 Sample Text, TABLE V-12 Table & Chart PREFILLED SYRINGE DEMAND (million dollars) Item 1996 2001 2006 2011 2016 Chronic Conditions (million) 1562 1666 1773 1900 2070 $ prefilled syringes/condition 1.2 1.7 2.4 3.3 4.2 OTHER DISPOSABLE MEDICAL SUPPLIES Prefilled Syringes 1820 2800 4320 6260 8770 Biologicals 594 895 1505 2230 3200 Dental Supplies Demand for disposable dental materials and supplies will expand Hormones & Related Agents Radiopharmaceuticals SaMPLE 440 807 1290 1950 2850 216 325 500 750 1000 4.3 percent annually to $955 million in 2011. An increasing incidenceCentral Nervous System Agents of dental conditions within the aging population, coupled with a rising TabLE 229 314 415 540 700 SaMPLE Cardiovascular Agents number of preventive dental visits, will spur gains. Advances in preven- Other 129 187 260 350 470 212 272 350 440 550 tive oral care products will moderate faster growth in demand. TExT % prefilled syringes 58.7 64.2 69.9 74.1 77.6 Major types of disposable and consumable dental supplies include Hypodermic Product Demand 3100 4360 6180 8450 11300 adhesives, burrs, denture repair kits, hand instrument accessories, oral care swabs, wax and wedges. Adhesives, consisting of specially for- mulated cements, are employed in the setting of cavities and crowns. A burr is an instrument accessory that rotates at a high speed, enabling the cutting of bone, teeth or previous fillings. Denture repair kits provide porcelain materials and adhesives for the repair of chipped and cracked artificial teeth. Disposable hand instrument accessories include applica- tor tips for dental cleaners and polishes as well as plaque removal picks. Oral care swabs are used to administer saliva supplements and other moisturizers. Wax is employed in the preparation of dental prosthetics. Finally, wedges hold dentures, crowns and fillings in place while setting. In addition to specific dental-related supplies, dentists use several types of disposables categorized as medical products, including surgi- cal and examination gloves, face masks, scrubs, syringes and needles, waste disposal containers and x-ray film. The demand for these items is not reflected in the statistics appearing in the above table. Rather, it is included in the data presented for the applicable medical product groups. Moreover, oral care consumables, including dental floss, dental prophy- CHART X-1 laxis kits, toothbrushes, toothpaste and tooth polishes, are considered personal care goods and outside the scope of this analysis. DISPOSABLE MEDICAL SUPPLIES MARKET SHARE BY COMPETITOR, 2006 Biomet, Danaher, Dentsply International, Nobel Biocare, Sybron ($55.4 billion) Dental Specialties and 3M are among the leading US producers of 296 Copyright 2007 The Freedonia Group, Inc. 9.8% Johnson & Jo 8.0% GlaxoSmithK Others 61.4% Market Leaders SaMPLE 3.8% Cov idien (Tyc CharT 38.6% 3.4% Becton Dickin 2.6% Baxter Intl 2.5% Cardinal Heal 2.4% Kimberly-Clar 2.3% Boston Scien 2.2% Hospira 1.6% 3M Click here to purchase online Page 5 Order now, click here!
  • 6. Study #2196 May 2007 Disposable Medical Supplies $4500 431 Pages US Industry Study with Forecasts for 2011 & 2016 Sample Profile, TABLE VI-6 Table & Forecast DISPOSABLE BANDAGE DEMAND (million dollars) Item 1996 2001 2006 2011 2016 Resident Population (million) 269.4 285.1 299.1 312.6 326.1 $ bandages/capita 5.7 6.6 7.6 8.6 9.7 Bandage Demand 1530 1880 2270 2700 3160 Adhesive Bandages 572 675 788 915 1040 Adhesive Tapes 243 306 377 455 540 Cast Bandages & Materials 235 301 373 450 535 Elastic Bandages Gauze Bandages SaMPLE 137 183 241 305 375 158 189 220 255 295 COMPANY PROFILES Pads & Compresses Other 72 TabLE 92 115 140 170 113 134 156 180 205 Hospira Incorporated 275 North Field Drive % bandages 36.3 35.1 34.4 33.7 32.9 Lake Forest, IL 60045 Disp Wound Management Supplies 4210 5350 6590 8020 9600 224-212-2000 http://www.hospira.com Sales: $2.7 billion (2006) SaMPLE US Sales: $2.2 billion (2006) Employment: 13,000 (2006) PrOFILE Key Products: drug delivery systems, intravenous administration sets, catheters and accessories and disposable pressure transducers Cast bandages & Materials Hospira develops, manufactures and markets specialty inject- able pharmaceuticals, IV and drug delivery systems. It also provides “Projected upward trends in the incidence contract manufacturing services to pharmaceutical and biotechnology of orthopedic injuries and impairments companies. Hospira operates through five main segments: Specialty will boost demand for cast bandages and Injectable Pharmaceuticals, Medication Delivery Systems, Injectable materials 3.8 percent annually to $450 Pharmaceutical Contract Manufacturing, Other and International. million in 2011. In addition to an ex- The Company participates in the disposable medical supply panding incidence of treated conditions, industry through the Specialty Injectable Pharmaceuticals, Medication growth will benefit from preferences Delivery Systems and Other segments. Among the disposable products among health professionals and patients marketed and manufactured by the Company are drug delivery systems, intravenous (IV) administration sets, catheters and accessories, and for high value-added, fiberglass and ther- disposable pressure transducers. moplastic products. Less favorably ...” Specialty Injectable Pharmaceuticals Segment -- Via --Section VI, pg. 173 this segment, which had 2006 sales of $808 million, Hospira produces a broad range of generic injectable drugs and drug delivery systems. The segment’s products feature bar code technology and easy-to-read labels to reduce the risk of medication errors. These disposable supplies include FIRSTCHOICE premixed magnesium sulfate for cardiovascu- lar, anti-invective and therapeutic drugs; the ADD-VANTAGE system, 388 Copyright 2007 The Freedonia Group, Inc. Click here to purchase online Page 6 Order now, click here!
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  • 8. INDUSTRY MARKET RESEARCH FOR BUSINESS LEADERS, STRATEGISTS, DECISION MAKERS Other StudieS About The Freedonia Group Infection Prevention The Freedonia Group, Inc., is a leading international industry market research com- Products & Services pany that provides its clients with information and analysis needed to make informed US demand for infection prevention products and ser- strategic decisions for their businesses. Studies help clients identify business oppor- vices will grow 4% annually through 2011, driven by tunities, develop strategies, make investment decisions and evaluate opportunities efforts to combat healthcare-acquired infections. Ser- vices will outpace supplies and equipment. Among and threats. Freedonia research is designed to deliver unibiased views and reliable products, surgical drapes and gowns will remain outlooks to assist clients in making the right decisions. Freedonia capitalizes on dominant while waste disposal and sterilization sup- plies will lead gains. This study analyzes the $13.8 the resources of its proprietary in-house research team of experienced economists, billion US infection prevention industry, with forecasts professional analysts, industry researchers and editorial groups. Freedonia covers a for 2011 and 2016 by type and market. It also evalu- ates market share and profiles major players. diverse group of industries throughout the United States, the emerging China mar- #2234 ................... 08/2007..................... $4400 ket, and other world markets. Industries analyzed by Freedonia include: • Chemicals • Plastics • Life Sciences • Packaging • Building Materials • Security Dental Equipment & Electronics • Industrial Components & Equipment • Automotive & Transportation US demand for dental equipment will grow 3.8% annually through 2011, aided by favorable population Equipment • Household Goods • Energy/Power Equipment trends and strong interest in technology updates. In general, advanced equipment such as lasers, intra-oral cameras, digital radiography and CAD/CAM Click here to learn more about Freedonia systems will lead gains. Dental offices will remain the largest market and grow the fastest. This study ana- lyzes the $2.4 billion US dental equipment industry to 2011 and 2016 by product and market. It also evalu- ates market share and profiles major players. Freedonia Custom Research #2179 ................... 04/2007..................... $4400 Freedonia Custom Research delivers the same high quality, thorough and unbiased assessment of an industry or market as an industry study. Since the research initia- In Vitro Diagnostics tive is based upon a company’s specific needs, companies harness Freedonia’s US demand for in vitro diagnostic (IVD) products will research capabilities and resources to answer unique questions. When you leverage grow 5.1% annually through 2011. Clinical chemistry the results of a Freedonia Custom Research engagement, you are able to obtain and immunoassay methods will remain the top two IVD sciences, while nucleic acid testing products will important answers to specific questions and issues associated with: mergers and continue to generate the fastest gains. Hospital labs acquisitions, new product launches/development, geographic expansion, entry into will stay the largest market while home health care new markets, strategic business planning, and investment and funding decisions. will grow the fastest. This study analyzes the $15.2 billion US IVD industry to 2011 and 2016 by product, application and market. It also evaluates company Freedonia Custom Research is ideal for companies seeking to make a strategic dif- market share and profiles major players. #2175 ................... 04/2007..................... $4500 ference in the status quo and focus on future business growth. Working side by side with clients, Freedonia’s team is able to define a research project that is custom-tai- lored to answer specific questions and provide the basis from which a company can Sterile Medical Packaging make informed business decisions. US sterile medical packaging demand will grow 6% annually through 2010. Pharmaceutical and biological uses will lead growth as new injectable and inhalation Click here to learn more about Custom Research therapies boost demand for functional containers (e.g., prefillable inhalers/syringes). Pouches will stay the top container for medium- to large-sized devices and supplies. This study analyzes the $3.3 billion US sterile medical packaging industry to 2010 and 2015 by product, material and application. It also details market share and profiles major players. #2119 ................... 10/2006..................... $4300 biocompatible Materials US demand for biocompatible materials will grow 6.6% yearly through 2010. Synthetic polymers will remain dominant based on quality, performance and cost advantages in most applications. Ceramics will grow the fastest, driven by improved properties and processing ease. Hyaluronic acid and collagen will pace the natural polymer segment. This study analyzes the $2.7 billion US biocompatible industry to 2010 and 2015 by material and application. It also evaluates market share and profiles major players. #2111 ................... 09/2006..................... $4400 Click here for complete title list Click here to visit freedoniagroup.com Page 8 The Freedonia Group, Inc. 767 Beta Drive • Cleveland, OH • 44143-2326 • USA • Web site: www.freedoniagroup.com Tel US: 800.927.5900 or +1 440.684.9600 • Fax: +1 440.646.0484 • e-mail: info@freedoniagroup.com

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