European ultrasound market reaches maturity
This article was originally published in Clinica
Ultrasound equipment sales appears to have had their hey day. Reports by the Co-ordination Committee of the Radiological and Electromedical Industries (COCIR) of a 9% drop in European sales of ultrasound units during the first half of 2001, to E288 million ($236 million) indicate that the market has now reached saturation point.
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