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Reportlinker Adds Europe Ophthalmic Devices Investment Opportunities, Analysis and Forecasts to 2015
Date:11/30/2009

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9.4 Ophthalmic Devices, Spain, Company Share (2007-2008) 87

10 Ophthalmic Devices In Netherlands 96

10.1 Ophthalmic Devices, Netherlands, Overall Revenue ($ mn), 2000-2015 96

10.2 Ophthalmic Devices, Netherlands, Category Volume (Units), 2000-2015 99

10.3 Cataract Surgery Devices, Netherlands, Distribution Share (2007-2008) 101

10.4 Ophthalmic Devices, Netherlands, Company Share (2007-2008) 103

11 Ophthalmic Devices In Belgium 109

11.1 Ophthalmic Devices, Belgium, Overall Revenue ($ mn), 2000-2015 109

11.2 Ophthalmic Devices, Belgium, Category Volume (Units), 2000-2015 112

11.3 Cataract Surgery Devices, Belgium, Distribution Share (2007-2008) 114

11.4 Ophthalmic Devices, Belgium, Company Share (2007-2008) 116

12 Overview of Key Companies in Europe Ophthalmic Devices Market 124

12.1 Topcon Corporation 124

12.2 Tomey Corporation 124

12.3 STAAR Surgical Company 125

12.4 Shamir Optical Industry Ltd. 127

12.5 SEIKO OPTICAL PRODUCTS CO., LTD. 127

12.6 Quantel Medical SA 127

12.7 Optos plc 127

12.8 NIDEK CO., LTD. 128

12.9 Lumenis Ltd. 129

12.10 Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, Inc. 129

12.11 Hoya Corporation 129

12.12 Heidelberg Engineering, Inc. 130

12.13 Essilor International 130

12.14 Ellex Medical Lasers Limited 131

12.15 CooperVision, Inc. 133

12.16 CIBA Vision Corporation 135

12.17 Carl Zeiss AG 136

12.18 Bausch & Lomb Incorporated 137

12.19 Alcon, Inc. 138

12.20 Ajinomoto Trading, Inc. 140

12.21 Abbott Medical Optics, Inc. 141

12.22 Ultravision International Limited 143

12.23 Altomed Ltd. 143

12.24 Schuco International (London) Ltd 143

12.25 Selles Medical
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