LONDON, July 21 Europe's aging population has led to a rise in the number of registrations and diagnoses of respiratory diseases. While there has been a shift towards non-invasive ventilation to manage these diseases, manufacturers are struggling to maintain profit margins in this highly price sensitive market, while providing technologically advanced products at the same time.
To provide decision makers with key insights into the European non-invasive ventilation market, the Healthcare Group at Frost & Sullivan will be hosting an online analyst briefing presentation on Wednesday 29 July 2009, at 4 p.m. BST. The briefing will benefit manufacturers and distributors of non-invasive ventilation devices and accessories in Europe.
"The quality of service and after-sales support provided by the manufacturer is an important criterion for the end-user, when it comes to making a choice between different ventilator manufacturers," says Frost & Sullivan Research Analyst Akanksha Joshi. "Manufacturers who offer bundling and flexible service contracts will therefore have an edge over their competitors."
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