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  • Research Report on Medical Apparatus & Instruments Industry & Market of China
    Order ID:  CDC-R-2002-015
    ISBN:  2001 Version
    Publisher:  All China Marketing Research Co.Ltd.
    Publication Date:  5/1/2001 12:00:00 AM
    Format:  Paper Copy
    Languages:  English
    Pages:  86+
    Price:  $800 (for academic users)
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    Summary Up to date, the number of medical instrument manufacturers all over China is over 3000 and overall stuff in the industry more than 150,000. Annual Newly-developed products have reached a number of 300 to 400. Nowadays the industry has a production capacity of manufacturing medical instruments in 47 categories, with 3400 varieties and more than 10,000 specifications. From the perspective of enterprises as an entirety, enterprises with an annual sales income more than RMB30~ 50 million have grow into pillars in the industry, that is, only enterprises with such a production scale can survive and perform successfully in the industry. From the perspective of national-funded enterprises, share corporations have the best economic indecies but national enterprises have been undergoing a recession, so a reform to the economic system in the industry is inevitable. From the perspective of foreign-funded enterprises, joint ventures have comparably better economic indecies, so it is a short cut for medical instrument manufacturers to coorperate with their foreign peers so as to improve products' technological level and promptly advance the industry level as a whole. From the perspective of all the equipment in use as a whole, regional distribution of medical instruments in China varies greatly, and many regions require development. Although the market potential for medical instruments is tremendous, those instruments suitble for Chinese characteristics are in dire need of development.
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    Content 1. Definition and Classification of Medical Instrument Products in China 1.1. Definition 1.2. Classification 1.2.1. Medical photographical equipments and medical optical equipments 1.2.2. Medical test and fundamental equipment cardio electrical and EEC equipment 1.2.3. Medical electronic apparatus 1.2.4. Ultrasonic devices and instruments 1.2.5. Medical high frequency equipments and medical laser equipments 1.2.6. Physiotherapeutic and convalescent device 1.2.7. Other therapeutic equipments 1.2.8. Stomatological equipments and materials vitro-circular equipments 1.2.9. Medical supplies, operating room and first-aid facilities 1.3. Products structure 2. General Situation of Medical Instrument Industry in China 2.1. Development situations 2.1.1. Annual gross value of industrial output from year 1998 to 2000 2.1.2. Sales income from year 1998 to 2000. 2.1.3. Manufacturers' economic systems 2.1.4. Transformation of regional distribution 2.2. Industrial economic benefit 2.2.1. Change of gross profits of groups which are divided according to annual average number of workers 2.2.2. The quantity structure of enterprises according to the number of employees from the year 1995 to 1999 2.2.3. Profit and loss status of medical instrument manufacturers in 2000 3. Enterprises 3.1. Enterprises analysis as a whole 3.1.1. The construction of internal and foreign funded enterprises 3.1.2. Proportion of sales income per capita between internal funded and foreign funded enterprises 3.1.3. Profit ratio between internal funded and foreign funded enterprises 3.1.4. Capital profit ratio of internal and foreign funded enterprises 3.2. Foreign funded enterprises analysis 3.2.1. Average production value per capita of foreign funded enterprises 3.2.2. Per capita sales income of foreign funded enterprises 3.2.3. Average profit per capita of foreign funded enterprises 3.3. Analysis to internal funded enterprises 3.3.1. Per capita production value of internal funded enterprises. 3.3.2. Average sales income per capita of internal enterprises 3.3.3. Average profit per capita of internal funded enterprises 3.4. Public company 3.4.1. State of issue of public companies 3.4.2. Financial status of public companies 3.5. Analysis of enterprises status in groups divided according to sales income 3.5.1. Analysis of enterprises in groups according to sales income 3.5.2. The grouping of internal funded enterprises by sales income 3.5.3. The grouping of foreign funded enterprises by sales income 3.5.4. Comparison and analysis between internal and foreign funded enterprises 4. Imports and Exports 4.1. Exports 4.1.1. Comparison of exports volume of medical instrument from the year 1998 to 2000 4.1.2. Major products in sequence of the export value in 2000 4.1.3. Major export destination country in 2000 4.2. Imports 4.2.1. Comparison of imports value of medical instruments from the year 1998 to 2000 4.2.2. Major products in sequence of imports value in 2000 4.2.3. Major imports sources countries in 2000 5. Market Survey and Tendency Forecast 5.1. Overall market capacity 5.1.1. Overall market capacity 5.1.2. The number and distribution of hospitals of different classes in China 5.2. Market potential 5.2.1. The population increasing, the demand for medical instruments increasing too 5.2.2. The development of medical and health cause will promote the consumption of medical instruments 5.2.3. Consuming requirement for medical instruments will increase greatly 5.3. State of markets divided according to products 5.3.1. Medical photographical equipments 5.3.2. Medical electronic device 5.3.3. Surgical instruments 5.3.4. Market situation for portable medical instruments 5.4. Major sales channels 5.4.1. Sales channels 5.4.2. Promotion means 5.5. Consumers' decision-making process and the factors affected purchase 5.5.1. Decision making process 5.5.2. Factors affecting purchase 6. Quality, Standard, and Concerning Policy and Statute 6.1 Policy and Statute 6.1.1. Supervision Policy aimed at ensuring safety use of products 6.1.2. Industry development policy 6.2. National development programme and future programme by the year 6.2.1. Development objects 6.2.2. Strategy disposition 6.2.3. Main task in the "Ninth Five Year Plan" period 6.2.4. Future programme by 2050 6.3. Medical instrument standards 6.3.1. Standardization policy 6.3.2. Chinese medical instrument standard structure 6.3.3. Standards names of some items 6.3.4. Major problems currently existed in standardization 7. Conclusions and Suggestions 7.1. Conclusion 7.2. Current major problems 7.2.1. Small enterprise scales 7.2.2. Enterprises are short in sufficient scientific research and development capacity. 7.2.3. Products with inferior quality can't meet the requirements. 7.2.4. Regional products development overlap among themselves. 7.3. Suggestions Appendix 1 Relative administrations name and concerning social groups name list concerning social groups name list Appendix 2 Top 100 on the List of Gross Profit of Medical Instrument Enterprises Appendix 3 Name list of main joint, cooperative or exclusively foreign-funded ventures in medical instrument industry in china Table Table 1 List of the public companies' issue state in medical instrument industry Table 2 Financial status list of public companies in medical instrument industry Table 3 The comparison of varied averages per capita Table 4 Top 10 major products in sequence of the export value in 2000 Table 5 Top 10 major products in sequence of the import value in 2000 Figure Figure 1 Annual gross value of industrial output from year 1998 to 2000 in medical instrument industry in China. Figure 2 Sales income from year 1998 to year 2000 Figure 3 Manufacturers' economic systems from year 1998 to 2000 Figure 4 The distributing situations of medical instrument manufacturers in major provinces and municipalities in the year 2000 Figure 5 Profit of groups divided according to annual average number of workers Figure 6 Quantity structure of enterprises according to the number of employees from the year 1995 to 1999 Figure 7 The profit and loss status of enterprises of different economical styles Figure 8 The construction enterprises with different economic styles in 2000 Figure 9 Average sale per capita of enterprises of different economic styles in 2000 Figure 10 Average profits per capita in enterprises of different economic styles in the year 2000 Figure 11 Capital profit ratios of enterprises with different economic styles Figure 12 Average production values per capita of foreign-funded enterprises in 2000 Figure 13 Average sales income per capita of foreign funded enterprises in 2000 Figure 14 Average profit per capita of foreign funded enterprises in 2000 Figure 15 Average production value per capita of national funded enterprises in 2000 Figure 16 Average sales income per capita of national funded enterprises in 2000 Figure 17 Average profit per capita of internal funded enterprises in 2000 Figure 18 The quantity structure of enterprises in groups divided according to sales income in 2000 Figure 19 Profit and loss status of grouped enterprises in 2000 Figure 20 Average production value of grouping enterprises in 2000 Figure 21 Average sales income per capita of groups divided by sales income in 2000 Figure 22 Average per capita profit of grouped enterprises by sales income Figure 23 Asset profit ratio of grouping enterprises divided by sales income in 2000 Figure 24 Construction of internal-funded enterprises grouped by sales income Figure25 The profit and loss status of grouped internal funded enterprises Figure 26 Average production value per capita of grouped internal funded enterprises in 2000 Figure 27 Average sales income per capita of grouped internal funded enterprises in 2000 Figure 28 Average profit per capita of internal funded enterprises Figure 29 Assets profit ratio of internal funded enterprises in 2000 Figure 30 Construction of grouped foreign funded enterprises by sales income Figure 31 Profit and loss status of grouped foreign funded enterprises by sales income in 2000 Figure 32 Average production value per capita of grouped foreign funded enterprises by sales income in 2000 Figure 33 Average sales income per capita of grouped foreign funded enterprises Figure 34 Average per capita profit of grouped foreign funded enterprises in 2000 Figure 35 Assets profit ratio of grouped foreign funded enterprises in 2000 Figure 36 Comparison of export and import volume on medical instrument in 2000 Figure 37 Comparison of imports volume of medical instrument from the year 1998 to 2000 Figure 38 Major export destination countries in 2000 Figure 39 Comparison of imports value of medical instruments from the year 1998 to 2000 Figure 40 Major imports sources countries in 2000 Figure 41 The proportion of hospitals of different classes in China in 2000 Figure 42 Regional distributions of hospitals of varied classes Figure 43 Possession rate of medical photographical imaging facilities out of each million people in 2000
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