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U.S. Market for Electro-Cardiographs & Cardiac Monitoring Devices - (Part of Segment Series)

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U.S. Market for Electro-Cardiographs & Cardiac Monitoring Devices - (Part of Segment Series)

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In 2012, the total market for cardiac monitoring devices was valued at over $295 million, an increase over the previous year. The market experienced declines as a result of the economic recession of 2008 and sluggish U.S. economy. Constrained hospital budgets caused delays in the purchases of capital equipment. Reimbursement cuts for diagnostic cardiac monitoring procedures such as stress testing, Holter and event monitoring also limited market growth.

Scope: This report pertains to a forecast period of 10 years (2009 – 2019) for the U.S.

Report Contents:

- Competitor Analysis

- Identified Strategic Opportunities

- Market Overview

- Trend Analysis

- Market Drivers & Limiters

- Mergers & Acquisitions

- Customer Feedback and Market Monitoring

SubSegments Included:

Stress Testing System

Resting Electro-Cardiograph (ECG)

PC-Based ECG Device

Holter Monitoring

Event Monitoring

Companies Included:

Reasons To Buy:

This report analyzes and evaluates the current state of the market including existing and potential markets, product average selling prices, and unit volumes. The report also highlights the opportunities and potential hazards involved, and presents strategies for successfully navigating the market landscape. Furthermore, it seeks to identify the trends and technologies that will affect the future of each market segment and prepares an unbiased critical assessment of such market drivers and limiters based on our "bottom up" approach, which includes primary and secondary research methods.

U.S. Market for Electro-Cardiographs & Cardiac Monitoring Devices - (Part of Segment Series)

ELECTRO-CARDIOGRAPH AND CARDIAC MONITORING DEVICE MARKET 222

11.1 INTRODUCTION 222

11.2MARKET OVERVIEW.225

11.3MARKET ANALYSIS AND FORECAST .228

11.3.1 Total Resting Electro-Cardiograph (ECG) Device Market ..228

11.3.1.1 Office-Based Resting Electro-Cardiograph (ECG) Device Market ..230

11.3.1.2 Office-Based Purpose-Built Resting ECG Device Market, U.S., 2009 – 2019 232

11.3.1.3 Office-Based PC-Based Resting ECG Device Market .234

11.3.1.4 Hospital-Based Resting Electro-Cardiograph (ECG) Device Market .236

11.3.2 Total Stress Testing System Market238

11.3.2.1 Office-Based Stress Testing Device Market ..240

11.3.2.2 Hospital-Based Stress Testing Device Market .242

11.3.3 Total Holter Recorder Market..244

11.3.3.1 Office-Based Holter Recorder Market .246

11.3.3.2 Hospital-Based Holter Recorder Market 248

11.3.3.3 IDTF-Based Holter Recorder Market ..250

11.3.4 Total Event Monitoring System Market252

11.3.4.1 Event Monitoring Recorder Market ..254

11.3.4.2 Event Monitoring Receiving Station Market .256

11.3.4.3 Event Monitoring System Sales by Type..258

11.3.5 Total ECG Data Management System (DMS) Market .260

11.3.5.1 Office-Based ECG Data Management System (DMS) Market.262

11.3.5.2 Small Hospital-Based ECG Data Management System (DMS) Market..264

11.3.5.3 Large Hospital-Based ECG Data Management System (DMS) Market .266

11.3.5.4 Integrated Delivery Network (IDN) ECG Data Management System (DMS) Market .268

11.4MARKET DRIVER AND LIMITERS.270

11.4.1 Market Drivers .270

11.4.2 Market Limiters 271

11.5 COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS .274

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