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08 May 2012  |  North America
A Survey of Laboratory Managers, Directors, Technicians, and Scientists
This study is based on a survey of 151 laboratory professionals working in a variety of laboratory types. They reveal their laboratories' current (2011) budgets and anticipated budget trends (for 2012) in seven product categories, and the top brands in each of these categories. The product categories and the brand with the highest unaided brand rec...
26 Mar 2012  |  North America
In What Laboratory Products do Decision Makers Expect to Invest?
The study investigates investment decisions of healthcare-related laboratory decision makers. It shows that 2011 was tumultuous for the laboratory industry. In comparison, the outlook for 2012 looks only slightly positive. In particular, laboratory decision makers generally expect their funding conditions to either remain the same or minimally impr...
24 May 2012  |  North America
Evaluating Budgets, Suppliers, and Unmet Needs
This study is based on input from 1,155 laboratory personnel who either participate in their laboratory's purchase of antibodies or are users of antibodies. Most survey participants are located in the United States, although participation was open to researchers globally. The objectives of this research are to identify points such as: types of rese...
31 Jul 2012  |  North America
An Analysis of Trends, Strategies, and Opportunities in the U.S. Peripheral Intervention Market
In February 2010, Frost & Sullivan surveyed 157 vascular surgeons, interventional cardiologists, and interventional radiologists on a broad range of issues relating to peripheral intervention procedures. This study is based on their responses to an extensive online questionnaire. The study addresses balloons and stents, atherectomy devices, thrombe...
26 Nov 2012  |  North America
Opportunities Within Organizations
The primary objective of this research is to identify trends for quantitative polymerase chain reaction (PCR) techniques, specifically the use of nascent digital PCR (dPCR) technology in comparison with the mature real-time quantitative PCR (qPCR) technology. The research strives to compare differences of current and future use between qPCR and dPC...
27 Sep 2012  |  North America
Volume 1: Oncologist and Infusion Nurse Perspectives
Drug delivery is an important area of drug development in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry. This customer research was completed to understand trends, dynamics, and parameters specific to the delivery of drugs to cancer patients; identify physicians prescribing trends relative to delivery considerations; understand the role of reimburs...
21 Dec 2012  |  North America
Brands Named, Purchasing Trends Identified
This survey of 170 laboratory managers and researchers investigates budgets for these product categories: instruments, equipment, chemicals, life science reagents and kits, glassware, plasticware, and general laboratory supplies over the 2011-2013 period. Budgets for service and repair of instruments and equipment also are presented. Additionally,...
06 Nov 2008  |  Asia Pacific
This research service presents the key findings of end users research conducted in 2007 for the Australian Wound Care Management Market. It provides insights of end-users preferred products and brands for different types of wound care. End -users' perceived product benefits and satisfaction towards products used were included. It also discussed the...
07 Oct 2008  |  Europe
First World or Third World? End-user perceptions of Hospital Medical Equipment in Key Sub-Saharan African Countries
This timely research service provides an analysis of end-user perceptions, requirements and demand trends with regard to hospital medical equipment. This enables the identification of possible areas of development and hence the opportunities available in this market, as dictated by the end-users unmet needs and demands.
19 Aug 2011  |  North America
U.S. Diabetes Injection Pens' Features
A majority of type 2 diabetics currently use Lantus SoloSTAR Pen. Most of them use prefilled injection pens that are entirely disposable. These pens are more convenient to use for most patients with busy lifestyles, as they come pre-filled with insulin/medication. Easy push-button injection, transparent cartridge, and a window showing injection is ...