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Coronary Stent Industry 2015 & 2017 Forecasts for China & Global Markets in New Research Reports at ReportsnReports.com
Date:8/8/2013

Dallas, TX (PRWEB) August 09, 2013

The recent research report “Research on China Coronary Stent Industry, 2013-2017” takes a view that, from the aspects of market scale, the annual growth rate of stent system will remain 8% globally on the whole. At present, cardiac Interventional surgeries in some developed countries, such as Europe, America, Japan, are comparatively mature, so the annual growth rate will continue to remain 3%-5%. While the stent system market of emerging countries represented by China, the annual growth rate will remain 10%-15% in the next five years, the usage quantity (sale volume) of stent system will reach 1.299 million sets.

The demand for Interventional medical care products has increased continuously with the improvement of living quality and the coming of aging society; PCI (percutaneous coronary intervention) surgical cases also increased year by year. In 2012, the usage quantity of coronary stent was about 633,600 sets and the market scale reached CNY 3.15 billion in China.

Complete report available @ http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/231876-research-and-development-forecast-of-chinas-coronary-stent-industry-2013-2017.html .

The overall market share of domestic brands decreased to 65% in 2012 from 70% in 2011. However, the landscape of the Top 3 enterprises was not changed; Microport still occupied the leading position with a 23 % market share, following by LePu and Shandong JW with 21% and 20% market shares respectively.

In 2012, the major foreign brands Boston Scientific, Medtronic and Abbott strengthened the marketing efforts, and the market share of the three brands reached about 33% in China.
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