Which medical appliances are worth buying in the United States?
According to the latest data available from the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), there are over 2,700 medical appliance manufacturers and their brands, including the following brands of medical appliances:Arista BioMed (Aristar BioMed)Ankara Medical (Ankar Medical)Certec (Certec)Medico (Medico)Medusa (Medusa)Nestlé (Nestel)Novartis (Novarti)Peloton (Pelotea)Procter & Gamble (P&G)Roche (Roche)Shelby (Shelton)Thermo Fisher Scientific (Thermo)VeraGuard (Vera Guard)The National Association of Medical Equipment Manufacturers (NAMEMA) has been tracking the performance of these brands of appliances since the beginning of the decade.NAMMA reported in 2013 that it had over 1,000 manufacturers of medical appliance products and over 3,500 of these manufacturers were listed as active in the U.S. in 2015.
According to the NAMEMA, there are currently over 500 medical appliance companies in the country.
Namema also noted that over $300 billion in medical appliance sales were made in the USA in 2017, which was $12 billion more than the previous year.
According the Namema, the number of medical device manufacturers that are active in America increased from just over 300 in 2011 to over 1.2 million in 2017.
In terms of the current state of the market for medical appliances, there is an over 1% increase in the number in the US market from 2015 to 2017.
As of now, there have been over 3.2 billion medical appliance appliances sold in the nation.
However, according to a report by the National Association for Home Appliance Manufacturers, the market share for the U:H market in the 2016 calendar year was just under 2%, which was slightly down from the previous three years.
The NAMMA report also states that the U-H market was estimated to account for just under 1% of the total market in 2018, which would leave the UH market with an estimated market share of about 0.4% in 2020.
The market for the home appliance market has been declining steadily in recent years.
In fact, according the NIMA report, the home appliances market in 2020 was projected to grow from just under 0.5% of all appliances sold to just under 4% in 2021.NAMI also notes that the market is expected to decline from just below 1% to just over 0.1% in 2022.
This trend has led to the increasing popularity of home appliances in the home.
According to NAMI, home appliances accounted for $1.3 trillion in sales in 2020, a rise of $700 billion from the same year last year.
However it has been estimated that the number and type of appliances that are sold will decrease by almost half in the next few years.
According the NAMI report, by 2026, there will be just over 3 million home appliances sold.
However the Naminas report states that by 2030, the percentage of home appliance sales in the market will increase from just shy of 0.7% to 1.8%.NAMI is hopeful that by 2040, the UHI market will be over 20% of total appliance sales.
In summary, it seems that the medical appliance market is facing significant competition in the near future, which could lead to an eventual decline in the current market.