European Market Report for Flash Glucose Monitoring 2016 - MedCore
|出版商||iData Research Inc.||商品編碼||370780|
|出版日期||內容資訊||英文 64 Pages
|歐洲的flash式血糖監測系統市場分析 European Market Report for Flash Glucose Monitoring 2016 - MedCore|
|出版日期: 2016年09月01日||內容資訊: 英文 64 Pages||
由於近幾年的NFC (短距離無線通訊) 技術的發達，而開發了flash式血糖監測系統 (FGM) 系統。與傳統的測量設備不同，FGM讓感測器 (不刺進身體) 只是附上手臂就行，以及不用專用的測量設備，智慧型手機就能測量、記錄血糖值。若活用FGM，患者不用因為疼痛和不便、輕率，能積極地使用持續血糖監測系統 (CGM) 。
本報告提供歐洲各國的flash式血糖監測系統 (FGM) 設備的市場相關分析，關於疾病、產品概要，及整體市場規模的成果值、預測值，各產品 (系統、感測器)的詳細趨勢，主要的推動及阻礙市場要素等的調查評估。
The European FGM market comprises the FGM reader segment and the FGM sensor segment. The business model for FGM is similar to traditional blood glucose meters and CGM, where the reader is the base equipment and the majority of sales are made from the disposable sensor component, which is replaced every 14 days. However, due to a recent product update that allows patients to use near-field communication (NFC) technology to substitute their smartphones as the reader component, purchase of the reader device is no longer mandatory. As a result, the disposable sensors will be the most important revenue generator for the FGM market as it gains further acceptance and higher uptake in Europe.
The FGM system is made up of two components: a sensor and an electronic reader device that takes readings of glucose levels from the sensor. Sensors are worn on the back of the upper arm of patients for up to 14 days and inserted in a similar fashion as CGM sensors, with an adhesive to hold it in place. The reader component is manually placed over the sensor and after about a second, the reader displays a measurement of the patient's glucose level, a historical trend of previous scans and the direction in which the glucose level is moving. A recent product update allows patients to use near-field communication (NFC) technology to substitute their smartphones as the reader component, eliminating the need to purchase the dedicated reader device. The FGM system is also factory calibrated which removes the need for routine fingersticks; something that is not available in current CGM systems. These features are popular with patients who cite “the pain, inconvenience and indiscretion” of fingersticking as the primary reasons for not managing their diabetes as efficiently and proactively as they should.