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Recent Trends in Hemodynamic Monitoring

Executive Summary

Growth in the hemodynamic monitoring market is being fueled by several factors, including the aging population and the increasing demand for less invasive and noninvasive technologies for measuring global parameters of oxygen delivery. While barriers to entry are high in the hemodynamic monitoring business, the prospect for future growth is significant.

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