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China Blood Glucose Monitoring Systems Market Outlook and Trends Till 2018

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LONDON, Feb. 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportbuyer.com just published a new market research report:

China Blood Glucose Monitoring Systems Market Outlook and Trends Till 2018

Short Description

This research report provides key market trends, market forecasts and competitive scenario of the glucose monitoring systems in China through 2018.

The product categories covered in this report include:
• Traditional Glucose Monitors
• Blood Glucose Test Strips

Scope

The report highlights historic and forecasted market size in terms of revenues & unit sales, average selling price, growth rates, and company market shares.
• Highlights and compares key product categories for growth trends and revenue forecast.
• Market size, annualized revenue and unit sales for each product category from 2005 to 2018.
• Cross category comparison - Growth and revenue comparison for product categories, historic and forecast through 2018.
• Market share of companies.
• Average selling price ($) for each product type (2005 to 2018).
• Recent events and developments.

Why should you buy?

• Build business strategy by identifying the high growth and attractive market categories.
• Develop competitive strategy based on competitive landscape.
• Design capital investment strategies based on forecasted high potential segments.
• Identify potential business partners, acquisition targets and business buyers.
• Plan for a new product launch and inventory in advance.
• Prepare management and strategic presentations using the market data.
• To review unbiased and independent assessment of the market data.

Table of Contents

1.1 List of Tables
1.2 List of Charts

2. Introduction

3. Scope of the Report

4. Chinese Market for Blood Glucose Monitoring Systems, 2005-2018
Definitions
Traditional Glucose Monitoring
Traditional Glucose Monitors
Blood Glucose Test Strips
4.1 Blood Glucose Monitoring Systems, Revenue ($ mn) by Sub-Category, 2005-2018
4.1.1 Traditional Glucose Monitoring, Revenue ($ mn), 2005-2018
Traditional Glucose Monitors
Blood Glucose Test Strips
4.2 Blood Glucose Monitoring Systems, Volume (Units) by Sub-Category, 2005-2018
4.2.1 Traditional Glucose Monitoring, Volume (Units), 2005-2018
Traditional Glucose Monitors
Blood Glucose Test Strips
4.3 Blood Glucose Monitoring Systems, Average Price ($), 2005-2018
Traditional Glucose Monitors
Blood Glucose Test Strips
4.4 Blood Glucose Monitoring Systems, Company Shares (%), 2012

5. Recent Events and Developments
6. Appendix
6.1 Research Methodology
6.2 Contact us
6.3 Disclaimer

Companies Mentioned

Abbott Laboratories
Apex Biotechnology Corp
Bayer HealthCare AG
F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd
LifeScan, Inc.
Medtronic, Inc.
Terumo Medical Corporation

Read the full report:
China Blood Glucose Monitoring Systems Market Outlook and Trends Till 2018
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