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Foreign Medical Devices are in High Demand in Russia
Date:2/2/2009

LAHTI, Finland, February 2 /PRNewswire/ -- The demand for medical devices has been increasing in recent years in Russia. Demand for imported high-tech medical devices is so high because local manufacturers concentrate mainly on inexpensive low-tech products. The medical devices and equipment in most Russian hospitals and clinics are obsolete and need immediate replacement. These factors make the market very attractive also for foreign manufacturers.

Total demand for medical devices is estimated to about 1.4 billion euros in 2008. The growth in demand in 2007 was 7.1% but is believed to have slowed down in 2008 to 4.8% on account of the global financial climate. There is forecasted to be a downturn in demand but it will return to an increase and be between 1.3 and 1.6 billion euros in 2012.

Global Research & Data Services has today (February 2, 2009) published a market analysis about this subject:

Medical Devices - Russia

This brand-new market study gives a comprehensive and clear overview of the Russian medical device market. The subjects discussed in this market analysis include:

    - Demand for medical devices in Russia (total, by product
      group)
    - Registration of medical devices in Russia
    - Imports
    - Forecasts (effects of the present financial crisis have been
      taken into account, and the forecasts include both optimistic and
      pessimistic scenarios)
    - Companies in the market
    - The competitive landscape
    - Market shares by product group
    - The Russian health care network


    You can find further information about the market analysis here:
   http://public.mailem.fi/globalr/2009-02-02/888/article_1181_606714.html

This brand new market analysis is now available for you at the price of 490 EUR (exclusive VAT). The analysis is in English and it is delivered by email in PDF-format.

You can order the market analysis or ask for more information by contacting:

    Products mentioned in the market analysis are:

    - Medical equipment
    - Diagnostic equipment
    - Therapy and rehabilitation equipment
    - Therapy apparatus
    - Electromedical equipment
    - Monitoring equipment
    - Medical X-ray, A-, B-, C-ray equipment
    - Surgical equipment
    - Medical furniture
    - Wheelchairs
    - Dental instruments and appliances
    - Ophthalmic instruments and appliances
    - Prosthetic and orthopaedic appliances
    - Other surgical and medical instruments
    - Cardiovascular devices
    - ENT devices
    - Nephrology and urology devices
    - Neurology devices
    - Anesthesia and respiratory devices
    - Endoscopy devices
    - Drug delivery devices
    - In vitro diagnostics
    - Diabetes care devices
    - Medical X-ray film
    - Contact lenses
    - Medical supplies
    - Wound care management
    - Disposables
    - Surgical gloves
    - Medical aids
    - Medical and surgical sterilisers
    - Needles
    - Syringes
    - Catheters


    Companies mentioned in the market analysis are:

    - GE Healthcare
    - Siemens Medical Solutions
    - Philips Medical Systems
    - Toshiba Medical Systems
    - Hitachi Medical
    - ESAOTE S.p.A.
    - DePuy
    - Synthes
    - Stryker
    - Zimmer
    - Medtronic
    - Smith & Nephew
    - Bausch & Lomb
    - Johnson & Johnson Vision Care
    - Essilor International
    - Alcon
    - Carl Zeiss
    - CIBA Vision
    - DENTSPLY
    - Danaher
    - Nobel Biocare
    - Straumann
    - A-dec
    - Sirona Dental Systems
    - OMRON Healthcare
    - Drager Medical
    - Hartmann
    - Abbott
    - Ethicon
    - B.Braun
    - Covidien/Tyco Healthcare
    - KLS Martin
    - MEDICON eG
    - ERBE Elektromedizin
    - Kimberly-Clark
    - Becton Dickinson
    - Invacare
    - Getinge
    - Svenska Cellulosa Aktiebolaget SCA
    - Fresenius Medical Care
    - Gambro
    - Ontex N.V.
    - Baxter
    - Maquet
    - Smiths Medical
    - Intersurgical
    - F.Hoffmann-La Roche
    - Novo Nordisk
    - LifeScan
    - Bayer HealthCare
    - Eli Lilly
    - Coloplast
    - 3M Healthcare
    - William Demant
    - GN ReSound
    - Phonak
    - Cochlear
    - MED-EL
    - Advanced Bionics
    - Karl Storz
    - Olympus Medical Systems
    - Pentax
    - Boston Scientific
    - Codman & Shurtleff
    - Cordis
    - Integra Life Sciences
    - AstraZeneca
    - Boehringer Ingelheim
    - GlaxoSmithKline
    - Novartis
    - Dade Behring
    - Ortho-Clinical Diagnostics
    - Beckman Coulter
    - Biomerieux Sa
    - St. Jude Medical
    - Sorin
    - Biotronik
    - Kazanskiy Zavod Meditsinskoy
    - Kazanskiy Mediko-Instrumentalniy
    - Uralsky Priborostroitelny Zavod
    - VNIIMP-VITA Ltd.
    - Krasnogvardeets
    - SpectrAP
    - LOMO



    Kimmo Kuokkanen
    Product Group Manager
    GLOBAL RESEARCH & DATA SERVICES
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