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China Nuclear Imaging Equipment Market Outlook to 2020

NEW YORK, April 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

China Nuclear Imaging Equipment Market Outlook to 2020

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China Nuclear Imaging Equipment Market Outlook to 2020

Summary

GlobalData's new report, "China Nuclear Imaging Equipment Market Outlook to 2020", provides key market data on the China Nuclear Imaging Equipment market. The report provides value, in millions of US dollars, and volume (in units) and average price data (in US dollars), within market categories – Positron Emission Tomography Systems (PET Systems and PET/CT Systems) and Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography Systems (SPECT Systems and SPECT/CT Systems).

The report also provides company shares and distribution shares data for each of these market categories, and global corporate-level profiles of the key market participants, pipeline products, and news and deals related to the Nuclear Imaging Equipment market wherever available.

The data in the report is derived from dynamic market forecast models. GlobalData uses capital equipment–based models to estimate and forecast the market size. The objective is to provide information that represents the most up-to-date data of the industry possible.

Capital equipment–based forecasting models are done based on the installed base, replacements and new sales of a specific device/equipment in healthcare facilities such as hospitals, clinics and diagnostic centers. Data for average number of units per facility is used to arrive at the installed base of the capital equipment. Sales for a particular year are arrived at by calculating the replacement units and new units (additional and first-time purchases).

Extensive interviews are conducted with key opinion leaders (KOLs), physicians and industry experts to validate the market size, company share and distribution share data and analysis.

Scope

- Market size for Nuclear Imaging Equipment market categories – Positron Emission Tomography Systems (PET Systems and PET/CT Systems) and Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography Systems (SPECT Systems and SPECT/CT Systems)..
- Annualized market revenues (USD million), volume (units) and average selling price ($) data for each of the market categories. Data is provided from 2005 to 2012 and forecast to 2020.
- 2012 company shares and distribution shares data for each of the market categories.
- Global corporate-level profiles of key companies operating within the China Nuclear Imaging Equipment market.
- Key players covered include GE Healthcare, Philips Healthcare and Siemens Healthcare.

Reasons to buy

- Develop business strategies by identifying the key market segments poised for strong growth in the future.
- Develop market-entry and market expansion strategies.
- Design competition strategies by identifying who-stands-where in the market.
- Develop investment strategies by identifying the key market segments expected to register strong growth in the near future.
- What are the key distribution channels and what's the most preferred mode of product distribution – Identify, understand and capitalize.

1 Table of Contents

2 Introduction 5
2.1 What Is This Report About? 5
2.2 Nuclear Imaging Equipment Market Segmentation 5
2.3 Definitions of Markets Covered in the Report 6
3 Nuclear Imaging Equipment Market, China 8
3.1 Nuclear Imaging Equipment Market, China, Revenue ($m), 2005-2012 8
3.2 Nuclear Imaging Equipment Market, China, Revenue ($m), 2012-2020 10
3.2.1 Positron Emission Tomography Systems Market, China, Revenue ($m), by Segment, 2005-2012 12
3.2.2 Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography Systems Market, China, Revenue ($m), by Segment, 2005-2012 14
3.2.3 Positron Emission Tomography Systems Market, China, Revenue ($m), by Segment, 2012-2020 16
3.2.4 Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography Systems Market, China, Revenue ($m), by Segment, 2012-2020 18
3.3 Nuclear Imaging Equipment Market, China, Volume (Units), 2005-2012 20

3.4 Nuclear Imaging Equipment Market, China, Volume (Units), 2012-2020 22
3.4.1 Positron Emission Tomography Systems Market, China, Volume (Units), by Segment, 2005-2012 24
3.4.2 Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography Systems Market, China, Volume (Units), by Segment, 2005-2012 26
3.4.3 Positron Emission Tomography Systems Market, China, Volume (Units), by Segment, 2012-2020 28
3.4.4 Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography Systems Market, China, Volume (Units), by Segment, 2012-2020 30

3.5 Nuclear Imaging Equipment Market, China, Average Price ($), 2005-2020 32
3.6 Nuclear Imaging Equipment Market, China, Distribution Share by Revenue ($m), 2011-2012 34
3.7 Nuclear Imaging Equipment Market, China, Company Share by Revenue ($m), 2011-2012 35
4 Overview of Key Companies in China, Nuclear Imaging Equipment Market 36
4.1 GE Healthcare 36
4.1.1 Company Overview 36
4.2 Siemens Healthcare 36
4.2.1 Company Overview 36
4.3 Philips Healthcare 37
4.3.1 Company Overview 37
5 Nuclear Imaging Equipment Market Pipeline Products 38
6 Financial Deals Landscape 39
6.1 Partnerships 39
6.1.1 Digirad Enters Into Distribution Agreement With Dilon Diagnostics 39
7 Recent Developments 40
7.1 Corporate Communications 40
7.1.1 Oct 25, 2013: Siemens appoints new CEOs for India, Singapore and China 40
8 Appendix 41
8.1 Research Methodology 42
8.1.1 Coverage 42
8.1.2 Secondary Research 42
8.1.3 Primary Research 43
8.1.4 Market Modeling and Forecasting 44
8.1.5 Company Share Analysis 47
8.1.6 Distribution Share Analysis 48
8.2 Expert Panel 48
8.3 GlobalData Consulting 49
8.4 Contact Us 49
8.5 Disclaimer 49

1.1 List of Tables

Table 1: Nuclear Imaging Equipment Market, China, Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Historic, 2005-2012 9
Table 2: Nuclear Imaging Equipment Market, China, Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Forecast, 2012-2020 11
Table 3: Positron Emission Tomography Systems Market, China, Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Historic, 2005-2012 13
Table 4: Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography Systems Market, China, Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Historic, 2005-2012 15
Table 5: Positron Emission Tomography Systems Market, China, Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Forecast, 2012-2020 17
Table 6: Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography Systems Market, China, Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Forecast, 2012-2020 19
Table 7: Nuclear Imaging Equipment Market, China, Volume (Units), Historic, 2005-2012 21
Table 8: Nuclear Imaging Equipment Market, China, Volume (Units), Forecast, 2012-2020 23
Table 9: Positron Emission Tomography Systems Market, China, Volume (Units), Historic, 2005-2012 25
Table 10: Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography Systems Market, China, Volume (Units), Historic, 2005-2012 27
Table 11: Positron Emission Tomography Systems Market, China, Volume (Units), Forecast, 2012-2020 29
Table 12: Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography Systems Market, China, Volume (Units), Forecast, 2012-2020 31
Table 13: Nuclear Imaging Equipment Market, China, Average Price ($), Historic, 2005-2012 32
Table 14: Nuclear Imaging Equipment Market, China, Average Price ($), Forecast, 2012-2020 33
Table 15: Nuclear Imaging Equipment Market, China, Distribution Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2011-2012 34
Table 16: Nuclear Imaging Equipment Market, China, Company Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2011-2012 35
Table 17: Nuclear Imaging Equipment Market Pipeline Products 38
Table 18: Digirad Enters Into Distribution Agreement With Dilon Diagnostics 39
Table 19: Total Number of Primary Research Participants, Diagnostic Imaging Equipment Market, by Country 44

1.2 List of Figures

Figure 1: Nuclear Imaging Equipment Market, China, Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Historic, 2005-2012 8
Figure 2: Nuclear Imaging Equipment Market, China, Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Forecast, 2012-2020 10
Figure 3: Positron Emission Tomography Systems Market, China, Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Historic, 2005-2012 12
Figure 4: Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography Systems Market, China, Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Historic, 2005-2012 14
Figure 5: Positron Emission Tomography Systems Market, China, Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Forecast, 2012-2020 16
Figure 6: Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography Systems Market, China, Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Forecast, 2012-2020 18
Figure 7: Nuclear Imaging Equipment Market, China, Volume (Units), Historic, 2005-2012 20

Figure 8: Nuclear Imaging Equipment Market, China, Volume (Units), Forecast, 2012-2020 22
Figure 9: Positron Emission Tomography Systems Market, China, Volume (Units), Historic, 2005-2012 24
Figure 10: Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography Systems Market, China, Volume (Units), Historic, 2005-2012 26
Figure 11: Positron Emission Tomography Systems Market, China, Volume (Units), Forecast, 2012-2020 28
Figure 12: Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography Systems Market, China, Volume (Units), Forecast, 2012-2020 30
Figure 13: Nuclear Imaging Equipment Market, China, Company Share (%), 2012 35
Figure 14: GlobalData Epidemiology-Based Forecasting Model 46
Figure 15: GlobalData Capital Equipment-Based Forecasting Model 47
Figure 16: Primary Interviews by Participant Type (%) 48

Companies Mentioned

GE Healthcare
Siemens Healthcare
Philips Healthcare


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