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Saudi Arabia Medical Equipment Market Analysis and Forecasts to 2017
Date:10/18/2011

8.1 Market Overview 51

8.2 Saudi Arabia Orthopedic Devices Market Dynamics 55

8.2.1 Market Drivers 55

8.2.2 Market Restraint: Downward Pressure from Hospitals may Lead to Thinning Margins on New Implants for Manufacturers 56

8.3 Saudi Arabia Orthopedic Devices Competitive Landscape 57

9 Diagnostic Imaging in Saudi Arabia 58

9.1 Market Overview 58

9.2 Saudi Arabia Diagnostic Imaging Market Dynamics 62

9.2.1 Market Drivers 62

9.2.2 Market Restraint: High Capital Investment Required for Diagnostic Imaging Equipment to Slow Purchasing Decisions of Hospitals 63

9.3 Saudi Arabia Diagnostic Imaging Competitive Landscape 63

10 Ophthalmic Devices in the Saudi Arabia 64

10.1 Market Overview 64

10.2 Saudi Arabia Ophthalmic Devices Market Dynamics 68

10.2.1 Market Drivers 68

10.2.2 Market Restraint: Lack of Awareness and Long Waiting Times Leading to Lack of Timely Medical Interventions for Treatable Conditions such as Glacucoma 69

10.3 Saudi Arabia Ophthalmic Devices Competitive Landscape 69

11 Patient Monitoring in Saudi Arabia 70

11.1 Market Overview 70

11.2 Saudi Arabia Patient Monitoring Market Dynamics 74

11.2.1 Market Drivers 74

11.2.2 Market Restraint: Long Replacement Cycles to Hinder Market Growth 75

11.3 Saudi Arabia Patient Monitoring Competitive Landscape 76

12 Anesthesia and Respiratory Devices in Saudi Arabia 77

12.1 Market Overview 77

12.2 Saudi Arabia Anesthesia and Respiratory Devices Market Dynamics 81

12.2.1 Market Drivers 81

12.2.2 Market Restraint: Lack of Awareness of Diseases such as Obstructive Sleep Apnea and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease to Restrain Market Growth 82

12.3 Saudi Arabia Anesthesia and Respiratory Devices Competitive Landscape 82

13 Dental Devices in Saudi Arabia 83

13.1 Market Overview 83

13.2 Saudi Arabia Dental
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