Global ENT & Bronchoscopy Devices Market to Reach US$1.0 Billion by 2015, According to New Report by Global Industry Analysts, Inc.

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GIA announces the release of a comprehensive global report on ENT & Bronchoscopy Devices markets. Rising demand for minimally invasive procedures, greater incidence of cancer and chronic diseases, and increasing procedure volumes will stimulate global ENT & Bronchoscopy devices market to reach US$1.0 billion by 2015.

ENT & Bronchoscopy Devices: A Global Strategic Business Report

The market for ENT & Bronchoscopy devices will continue to evolve globally, led by enhanced disease screening and detection techniques, rapidly aging population, ongoing emphasis on cost-effective and minimally invasive therapies, as well as technological advancements in diagnostics and therapeutics. Given the epidemic rise in ENT and lung disorders, the emphasis is presently on researching, and developing efficient detection regimes and diagnostic tools that help in accurate diagnosis, and timely administration of effective treatment plans to reverse disease progression, and enhance overall healthcare. Against this backdrop, it is opportunities galore for manufacturers of ENT & Bronchoscopy devices. To leverage the anticipated opportunities, and untapped growth potential in store, manufacturers will continue to focus on R&D, and product development/improvements, such as, increasing devices' durability, improving optical quality, narrowing devices' diameter, in addition to validating new applications of existing products to distinguish their offerings from that of competitors and staying in business. Growth in ENT & Bronchoscopy devices will be sustained by increasing number of procedure volumes, and rising awareness.

As stated by the new market research report on ENT & Bronchoscopy Devices, the US and Europe collectively account for about two-thirds share of the global market estimated in 2009. Although regional markets offer scope for expansion, price sensitivity and unclear reimbursement policies act as stumbling blocks in both developed and developing nations alike. Also, the current global economic weakness has had a substantial impact on the healthcare industry. Cost-conscious consumers may make fewer elective visits to their physicians, and postpone their procedures, which means lesser demand for ENT & bronchoscopy devices. In segmental perspective, strong opportunities for growth lie in wait for ENT devices.

Players in the marketplace include ArthroCare, Boston Scientific Corporation, Broncus Technologies Inc, Carl Zeiss Meditec, Conmed Corporation, Hoya Corporation, PENTAX Europe GmbH, Karl Storz GmbH & Co KG, Lumenis Ltd, Medtronic Inc, Olympus Corporation, Gyrus Group PLC, Gyrus ACMI LLC, Olympus Europa GmbH, Richard Wolf GmbH, Sinexus Inc, Stryker Corporation, and Welch Allyn Inc, among others.

The report titled "ENT & Bronchoscopy Devices: A Global Strategic Business Report" announced by Global Industry Analysts, Inc., provides a comprehensive review of industry overview, product overview, product introductions/innovations, profiles of major players, and recent industry activity. The report provides market estimates and projections individually for ENT Devices and Bronchoscopy Devices market across geographic market verticals, including The US, Japan, Europe, and rest of world.

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