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Figure 6.23: U.S. Knee Replacement Market, 2012-2019 141
Figure 6.24: Global Shoulder Replacement Market, 2012-2019 142
Figure 6.25: Global Market for Hemodialysis, 2012-2019 148
Figure 6.26: Percent Global Operators of Dialysis Clinics by Country, 2011 149
Figure 6.27: Global Leaders in Dialysis Products 149
Figure 6.28: Global Hemodialysis Products Market by Vendor, 2011 150
Figure 6.29: Global Leaders in Peritoneal Dialysis Products Market, 2011 150
Figure 6.30: Global Market for Cancer Therapeutics, 2012-2019 152
Figure 7.1: Estimated Global Market for Coagulation Testing, 2012-2019 155
Figure 7.2: Anticoagulant Market Segments 156
Figure 7.3: Mechanism of Action of Warfarin 158
Figure 7.4: Global Market for Warfarin, 2011-2016 159
Figure 7.5: Global Market for Factor Xa Inhibitors, 2012-2019 161
Figure 7.6: Global Market for Rivaroxaban, 2012-2019 162
Figure 7.7: U.S. Market for Xarelto, 2012-2019 163
Figure 7.8: Estimated U.S. Market Share of New Anticoagulants in 2019 164
Figure 7.9: Binding Sites of Univalent and Bivalent DTIs 164
Figure 7.10: Global Market for Direct Thrombin Inhibitors, 2012-2019 166
Figure 7.11: Global Market for Pradaxa (Dabigatran), 2012-2019 167
Figure 7.12: Mechanism of Thrombin Inhibition 170
Figure 7.13: Mechanism of Action of Indirect Thrombin Inhibitors 171
Figure 7.14: Global Market for Unfractionated Heparin (UFH), 2012-2019 171
Figure 7.15: Global Market for LMWHs, 2012-2019 172
Figure 7.16: Distribution of LMWH Sales per Indication 173
Figure 7.17: Global Market for Lovenox (Enoxaparin), 2012-2019 174
Figure 7.18: Sales of Arixtra, 2005-2009 175
Figure 7.19: U.S. Sales of Angiomax, 2001-2010 177
Figure 7.20: Global Market for Venous Thromboembolic Drugs, 2012-2019 178
Figure 7.21: Global Market for Direct Thrombin Inhibitors, 2012-2019 179
Figure 7.22: Overall Global Market for Anticoagulants, 2012-2019 1
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