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Report Scope• Global Wearable Medical Devices market forecasts (revenues and shipments) from 2017-2027This report also breaks down the revenue forecast (revenues and shipments) for the global wearable medical devices market by type of application:- Wearable Therapeutic Devices- Monitoring & Diagnostic Wearable Devices- Wearable Health & Fitness DevicesThe revenue forecast (revenues and shipments) for the Wearable Therapeutic Devices market is further segmented into:- Respiratory Therapy Wearable Devices- Diabetes Management Wearable Devices- Hearing Aid Wearable Medical DevicesThis report provides individual revenue forecasts (revenues and shipments) to 2027 for these regional markets:- North America- EU5- Asia-Pacific- OthersThis report provides the following qualitative analysis:- Market Drivers and Restraints- SWOT Analysis- Recent InnovationsThis report discusses these selected leading companies:- Fitbit- Garmin- Jawbone- Medtronic- Royal Philips N.V.- Sotera Wireless- Omron Corporation- Vital Connect, Inc.- Intelesens- LifeWatch- Polar Electro- Withings
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