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Medtronic, Stryker, and BrainLAB Covered in New Surgical Navigation Market Research Reports Released by Millennium Research Group

Mon, 11/08/2010 - 4:35am
Bio-Medicine.Org

TORONTO, Nov. 8, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Millennium Research Group (MRG), the global authority on medical technology market intelligence, has released its latest surgical navigation systems research data on both the US and European geographies. These two reports cover the breakdown of the surgical navigation systems market, which includes systems used in neurosurgery, spine, ENT, orthopedic, and soft tissue surgeries.

Based on primary research with industry professionals, MRG uses proprietary forecasting models to provide an in-depth examination of current and future trends in procedure volumes, unit sales, installed base, average selling prices, and market values over a 7-year period.

"Medtronic Navigation, Stryker Navigation, and BrainLAB are a few companies covered in both the US and European surgical navigation systems reports," says Shannon Rooney, Analyst at MRG. "We also provide a complete analysis of the competitive landscape that includes market share and qualitative discussions of the leading competitors in each market segment."  

MRG's latest surgical navigation systems reports include US Markets for Surgical Navigation Systems 2011 and European Markets for Surgical Navigation Systems 2011.  Please contact Amy Krohn at 416-364-7776 ext. 101 or akrohn@mrg.net for further details.

About Millennium Research Group

Millennium Research Group (www.MRG.net), a Decision Resources, Inc. company (www.DecisionResourcesInc.com), is the global authority on medical technology market intelligence and the leading provider of strategic information to the healthcare sector. The company provides specialized industry expertise through multiclient market research, ongoing Marketrack™ projects, customer behavior tracking, facility-level procedure forecasting, and customized solutions.

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