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  • Aditya R

    Web & Business Analyst at MarketsandMarkets

Topic/Question: Electrophysiology Market - is it a lucrative today as it was?
Industry: Healthcare
Tags: Electrophysiology Market
Due Date: 14 May
Questions: Perused a report on Electrophysiology Market:-
Factors such as development of technologically advanced electrophysiology devices, rapid growth in aging population with high risk of target diseases, increasing incidence of arrhythmia cases across the globe, and growing focus of key market players to expand their geographic presence are fuelling the growth of the global electrophysiology market. However, lack of skilled and experienced electrophysiologists in developing nations and unfavorable healthcare reforms in the U.S. are hampering the growth of electrophysiology market. Furthermore, increasing pricing pressure on market players and stringent regulations are the key challenges faced by market players.

Emerging markets such as China, India, Brazil, and Mexico offer numerous growth opportunities for the companies engaged in the development and marketing of electrophysiology devices. Rapid growth in population aging, improving and modernizing healthcare infrastructure, huge burden of target diseases in developing nations, and development of affordable electrophysiology devices are the key factors propelling the demand for electrophysiology devices in these emerging markets.

They also provide a sample on the same @ http://www.marketsandmarkets.com/requestsample.asp?id=200003281

Is it seems worthy to go with Electrophysiology Sector?

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Balaji Yegneswaran 19 Aug, 19:54
You have rightly said Electrophysiology is a market of future. Medicine is ever changing.. these days people do not die because of heart attack.. be it the developed world or the developing world people are saved from heart attack. They all die because of heart failure. Major clinical trials have shown that use of a defibrillator prolongs life and is also the standard of care. There are only a handful of companies who make devices in the developed world and medicine will change if cheaper options are available especially in the developing world.