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The Top 10 Cardiovascular Device Companies: Market Trends, Growth Strategies, and SWOT Analyses Now Available at ReportsandReports
Date:8/31/2010

are being executed to justify the long-term efficacy of DES intervention. - Markets for ICDs and pacemakers have reached maturation. ICD sales are growing between 4-5% and pacemakers between 2-3% annually. - Reduction in reimbursement affects sales and profitability for CV device manufacturers. Scope of this report - Learn from the business operation strategies of the premier CV device companies to target future growth markets effectively, avoid their mistakes, and replicate their successes. - Benchmark your performance against the leading CV device companies. - Analyze the growth strategies of major players in the CV industry and how their business models are planned for the next 3 to 5 years. - Compare performances of the top 10 companies in the CV market with respect to acquisitions, new product innovation, geographic expansion, and industry challenges. - Save time, money and resources on analyzing the performance of leading CV device companies using this report. Key Market Issues Pricing pressures due to industry regulations

The CV device industry is highly regulated around the world with stringent guidelines defined by regulatory bodies. The medical device approvals by governing bodies such as the FDA in the US have become very meticulous that CV device manufacturers are launching products outside the US such as Europe and Canada. Since the prices are strictly regulated outside the US, manufacturers will be forced to launch their products in the US for a similar price. In the long run, the pricing pressures would continue to prevail and limit the profitability margins for CV device manufacturers.

Significance of CV device innovation

Markets reaching saturation for major revenue generators in the CV device segment such as ICD, pacemaker and DES. New device innovation will be the only parameter that will assure a company of its competitive edge. Novel technologies that are uncontested would help a company by allowing it to charge premium
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