Hematology and flow cytometry market report covers information through 2016

Research and Markets recently added "The Hematology And Flow Cytometry Market: A Business And Technology Assessment: A 7-Country Market Survey" report to their offering.  The report explores future marketing and technological trends in the US, France, Germany, Italy, the UK and Japan; provides market shares as well as test volume, instrument placements and sales estimates through 2016; compares features of major analyzers; profiles leading competitors and anticipated market entrants; and suggests specific product and marketing opportunities facing suppliers during 2007-2016.

The report contains approximately 700 pages, 250 tables, and presents the following information:

  • Technological trends with significant market impact.
  • Analysis of the market dynamics, structure, size and growth.
  • Specimen and test volume forecasts.
  • Review of current laboratory practices.
  • Feature comparison of major high-, medium-, and low-volume analyzers.
  • Instrument placements and installed base, by supplier and model.
  • Sales and market shares of major instrument and consumable suppliers.
  • Analysis of emerging technologies and their potential applications.
  • Product development and business expansion opportunities with significant market appeal.
  • Profiles of leading suppliers and emerging companies with innovative technologies and products.
  • Alternative market penetration strategies. 
  • Potential entry barriers and risks. 
  • Business planning issues and concerns.

Some of the Tables:

  • Table II-1: Selected High-Volume Hematology Analyzers, Feature Comparison
  • Table II-2: Selected Medium-Volume Hematology Analyzers, Feature Comparison
  • Table II-3: Selected Low-Volume Hematology Analyzers, Feature Comparison
  • Table II-4: Selected Clinical Flow Cytometers, Feature Comparison
  • Table II-5: Worldwide, All Market Segments, Laboratories Performing Hematology/Flow Cytometry Tests By Country
  • Table II-6: Worldwide, All Market Segments, Total Routine Hematology Specimen Volume By Country
  • Table II-7: Worldwide, All Market Segments, Total Flow Cytometry and Special Hematology Specimen Volume By Country
  • Table II-8: Worldwide, All Market Segments, Total Routine Hematology and Special Hematology Test Volume, By Country
  • Table II-9: Worldwide, All Market Segments, Total Flow Cytometry and Special Hematology Test Volume, By Country
  • Table II-10: Worldwide, All Market Segments, Total Hematology Market, By Country
  • Table II-11: Worldwide, All Market Segments, Total Flow Cytometry Market, By Country
  • Summary Table I: France, All Market Segments, Total Hematology and Flow Cytometry Specimen Volume
  • Summary Table II: France, All Market Segments, Total Hematology and Flow Cytometry Test Volume
  • Summary Table III: France, All Market Segments, Total Hematology and Flow Cytometry Market
  • Table III-1: France, Laboratories Performing Hematology/Flow Cytometry Testing, By Market Segment
  • Table III-2: France, Hospital Laboratories Performing Hematology/Flow Cytometry Tests, By Bed Size
  • Table III-3: France, Commercial/Private Laboratories Performing Hematology/Flow Cytometry Tests, By Annual Test Volume
  • Table III-4: France, Total Routine Hematology Specimen Volume, By Market Segment
  • Table III-5: France, Total Flow Cytometry and Special Hematology Specimen Volume, By Market Segment
  • Table III-6: France, Hospital Laboratories, Hematology and Flow Cytometry Specimen Volume
  • Table III-7: France, Commercial/Private Laboratories, Hematology and Flow Cytometry Specimen Volume
  • Table III-8: France, Total Routine Hematology Test Volume, By Market Segment
  • Table III-9: France, Total Flow Cytometry and Special Hematology Test Volume, By Market Segment
  • Table III-10: France, All Market Segments, Total Routine Hematology Test Volume
  • Table III-11: France, Hospital Laboratories, Routine Hematology Test Volume
  • Table III-12: France, Commercial/Private Laboratories, Routine Hematology Test Volume
  • Table III-13: France, All Market Segments, Total Flow Cytometry and Special Hematology Test Volume
  • Table III-14: France, Hospital Laboratories, Flow Cytometry and Special Hematology Test Volume
  • Table III-15: France, Commercial/Private Laboratories, Flow Cytometry and Special Hematology Test Volume
  • Table III-16: France, Major Hematology Analyzers, Estimated Placements and Installed Base

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