Transparency Market Research has compiled a vast amount of data on the global as well as regional markets under the category of medical devices. One of the latest titles launched by the company is, “Electro-Diagnostic Equipment Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2012 – 2018.”
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Electro-diagnostic devices represent a class of important equipment used in the study of physiology. They are used to measure and study the electrical activity that happens inside a living being’s muscles and nerves. The data generated through EDX can help physicians evaluate several physiological diseases, such as neuromuscular join disorders, plexopathy, myopathy, and neuropathy.
There are two specialized tests that are included under electro-diagnostics. One is nerve condition study, or NCS, and the other is the electromyogram, or EMG. EMG makes use of a miniature needle that is inserted into multiple muscles to record muscle activity on an electrical scale. NCS involves the study of nerve functions. This field makes use of the application of minute electrical impulses into the body through electrodes that are placed on top of the skin.
The global electro-diagnostic equipment market also includes other tests, such as electrogastrography, electroretinography, electroencephalography, and electrocardiography. Some of these are early diagnostic tests that can help physicians detect signs of diseases and help combat them effectively.
The key driver of the global electro-diagnostic equipment market is the increasing patient pool that is currently found in the Asia Pacific region. Numerous global medical device manufacturers are recognizing the potential that Asia Pacific holds, owing to its high population density, increased healthcare expenditure, and a growing scope of medical tourism. The other major regions in the global electro-diagnostic equipment market, namely North America, Europe, and the Rest of the World, are showing steady growth rates as compared to Asia Pacific.
Another reason for the growth of the global electro-diagnostic equipment market is the overall advancement that this market has made in the recent past. These advances have helped the global electro-diagnostic equipment market overcome the previous hindrances that were created due to the limited scope of diagnostic equipment. The new devices offered by the global electro-diagnostic equipment market provide a physician with a much higher level of precision and ease of use. They can also record the information live and use it to gain a better analysis of the diagnosis.
The key players in the global electro-diagnostic equipment market are Nihon Kohden, Natus Medical, Viasys Healthcare, Noraxen, GE Healthcare, Philips Medical Systems, Siemens Medical Solutions, Boston Scientific Corporation, Abbott Vascular Devices, and Medtronic.
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