Global Elderly And Disabled Assistive Devices Market 2013 - 2019
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SOURCE Research and Markets
DUBLIN, Ireland, December 23, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
The global elderly and disabled assistive devices market has been segmented geographically into four regions, namely North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of the World (RoW). The market size and forecast of each region coupled with their market growth has been provided. The report also provides market overview that includes drivers, restraints and opportunities of the market. In addition, it covers Porter's five forces analysis and market attractiveness analysis for the elderly and disabled assistive devices market.
The report concludes with competitive landscape and company profiles of the market. Competitive landscape provides the market share of major players in the industry for the year 2012. Some of the significant players in this market include Sonova Holding AG, William Demant Holding A/S, Invacare Corporation, Sunrise Medical LLC, GN ReSound Group and Ai Squared. These market players have been profiled on the basis of attributes such as company overview, strategies adopted by the market leaders to ensure growth, sustainability, financial overview and recent developments.
Key Topics Covered:
2 Executive Summary
3 Market Overview
4 Global Elderly and Disabled Assistive Devices Market, By Product Type
4.2 Medical Mobility Aids and Ambulatory Devices
4.3 Medical Furniture and Bathroom Safety Products
4.4 Hearing Aids
4.5 Vision and Reading Aids
5 Global Elderly and Disabled Assistive Devices Market, By Geography
5.2 North America
5.5 Rest Of The World (Row)
6 Competitive Landscape
7.1 Rigorous Research And Development Initiatives
7.2 Emergence of New Technologies
7.3 Broadening of Distribution Network
7.4 Investing in Emerging Markets
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