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Ventilator consumables: Repercussions following growth during the pandemic

24th February 2022 – In this insight we look at the ventilator consumables market, dynamics caused by COVID-19, impact on the competitive environment, and how vendors can stay competitive in a crowded and price sensitive market.

The Medical Flat Panel Detector (FPD) Market Experienced a 4% Increase in Unit Sales in 2020

February 23rd 2022 – Signify Research has recently released its Flat Panel Detector (FPD) World Market Report. In this insight, Bhvita Jani and Graham Cooke highlight some of the key findings

ICU Medical Acquires Smiths Medical – A new Powerhouse in Infusion?

22nd February 2022 – ICU Medical announced that it had completed its acquisition of the Smiths Medical Division from Smiths Group Plc. The combined company is expected to compete with BD, Baxter, and B Braun for a leading position of the global infusion market.

Signify Premium Insight: Vendor Financials Roundup – The Health of the Imaging Sector Q4 2021

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22nd February 2022 – The narratives of 2021’s fourth quarter are captured in vendors’ financial results. This Premium Insight identifies some of the quarter’s key trends and assesses the performance of various medical imaging and imaging IT vendors.

Signify Premium Insight: Imaging’s M&A Falling Behind Bullish Outlook for Healthcare & Lifesciences

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17th February 2022 – KPMG recently published its 2022 Healthcare and Life Sciences Investment Outlook report. This analysis painted a bullish picture for M&A across the whole healthcare and lifesciences sector. However, medical imaging often stands alone, and, in many ways, will buck those broader trends.