This report analyzes the market for nephrology and urology products in Portugal from the perspective of various segments, including end users, country, and type. Among the countries covered are the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Italy, Spain, United Kingdom, and the rest of Asia-Pacific. Countries such as the Middle East, Saudi Arabia, and Brazil are also included in the study.
Growing prevalence of CKD and hypertension, as well as a changing lifestyle, are driving the market growth in developing countries across APAC and MENA.
These factors will increase the use of nephrology and urology devices in the coming years. With this increased market size, there are many opportunities for investment in the Portuguese nephrology and urology devices industry.
The growth in the market for nephrology and urology products is being driven by advancements in device technology. Advanced urology devices such as extracorporeal shockwave lithotripsy are projected to boost the market in the coming years. Additionally, less invasive techniques are projected to create lucrative growth opportunities in the future. Moreover, these devices are safer, faster, and more cost-efficient than traditional surgery procedures.
The growth in nephrology and urology device market in Portugal is expected to continue to be a stable trend, thanks to the rising geriatric population and the development of home dialysis technology. As more people seek dialysis, the market for nephrology and urology devices is expected to increase at a high rate.
The nephrology and urology device market report from Business Research Company provides detailed country-level analysis.
Key factors impact the market, such as healthcare expenditure on capital equipment, the installed base of different products, and changes in regulatory scenarios. Furthermore, it provides historical data for each country between 2010 and 2018.
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