The rapidly-growing U.S. medical device sector includes surgical and medical instruments; orthopedic, prosthetic and surgical appliances and supplies; dental equipment and supplies; X-ray apparatus, tubes and related irradiation apparatus; electromedical and electrotherapy apparatus; ophthalmic equipment; and in vitro (i.e. not taken internally) diagnostic (IVD) substances. Today’s Medical Developments is the premier magazine to serve this rapidly growing industry exclusively – and the industry shows no sign of slowing down its tremendous growth.
An aging U.S. population is the strongest factor contributing to the growth in the medical device market. As the baby boomers age, the incidence of health conditions rises, spurring demand for medical devices and technological advancements. The U.S. medical device industry generated revenues of $75.6 billion in 2007, and is expected to witness a compound annual growth rate of 9% through 2013, according to research by Frost & Sullivan. Recognizing this tremendous growth, TMD has increased our circulation from 12,500 recipients and now delivers your advertising message to 18,000 top management and decision makers within the medical device manufacturing and design market.
The U.S. medical device industry is known for producing high quality devices using advanced technology resulting from heavy investment in research and development. According to the U.S. Department of Commerce, there are approximately 8,000 medical device firms in the United States, mostly small and medium-sized enterprises. More than 80% of medical device companies have fewer than 50 employees, and many (most notably innovative start-ups) have little or no sales revenue.
More than 50% of TMD’s circulation reaches decision makers in medical device companies with fewer than 100 employees Today's Medical Developments' authoritative "how to" editorial and focused circulation will be the source engineers look for the latest medical manufacturing developments and solutions.
As both the domestic and export markets continue to grow, the U.S. medical device industry only shows signs that the steady upward growth will continue. Today’s Medical Developments will continue to provide you with the most effective ways to capture even more market share in 2010.
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