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Patient Monitoring Devices Market to 2017 - Increasing Use of Wireless Remote Patient Monitoring to be the Key Technology Trend
Date:6/28/2012

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Patient Monitoring Devices Market to 2017 - Increasing Use of Wireless Remote Patient Monitoring to be the Key Technology Trend

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Patient Monitoring Devices Market to 2017 - Increasing Use of Wireless Remote Patient Monitoring to be the Key Technology Trend

 

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GBI Research's report, "Patient Monitoring Devices Market to 2017 - Increasing Use of Wireless Remote Patient Monitoring to be the Key Technology Trend" shows how rising prevalence of chronic diseases, the growing elderly population and advances in wireless and sensors technologies are driving the market globally. The report provides key data, information and analysis on the global patient monitoring devices market, covering the market landscape, competitive landscape and market trends relating to seven patient monitoring devices market categories: remote patient monitoring devices, micro-electro mechanical systems, patient monitoring accessories, non-invasive blood pressure monitors, multiparameter patient monitoring devices, neonatal monitors and fetal monitors. Providing comprehensive information on the key trends affecting these categories, and key analytical content on the market dynamics, the report also reviews the competitive landscape and gives a detailed analy
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