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Us$ 445.8 Million Worth Of Continuous Glucose Monitoring Systems To Be Sold By End Of 2015: Future Market Insights

Valley Cottage, NY, Sept. 24, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Global sales of continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) systems will reach US$ 445.8 million by the end of 2015, up from US$ 402 million in 2014. Increase in prevalence of diabetes and innovation in development of artificial pancreas are driving the demand for CGM systems globally. Demand for continuous glucose monitoring systems is currently higher in household vis-à-vis hospitals. Sales of CGM systems to households are expected to reach US$ 306 million by the end of 2015, up from US$ 275 million in 2014; in contrast, sales to hospitals and diagnostic centres is expected to be worth US$ 139 million. Key components involved in the manufacture of continuous glucose monitoring systems include sensors, insulin pumps, and transmitters and monitors. Browse Full "Continuous Glucose Monitoring Systems Market: Global Industry Analysis and Opportunity Assessment 2015 - 2020" Market Research Report at Transmitters and Monitors Largest Segment by Component Type Transmitters and monitors is the largest segment in terms of value, followed by sensors and insulin pumps. Transmitters and monitors component segment is expected to reach US$ 183 mil Continue reading >>

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