Comparative Statistical Analysis Concerning „The Boom” of the Medical Equipments and Technologies, between United States and Germany
Gabriela Opait ()
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Gabriela Opait: Dunarea de Jos, University of Galati, Romania
Proceedings RCE 2017, 2017, 37-58
The „high artillery” of the medical innovations, concerning the Medical Devices and the MedTech, determines the „accelerator boom” of these „Top Management Products” on the United States and Germany markets. These medical innovations represent the synthesis of the interdisciplinary connexions between Medical Clinics, medical researches, academicians and medical engineering. The medical researches from the medical technology sphere reflect a high level of the innovations and them are components of the continuous high tides of the medical discoveries. The “attraction point”, in the “sphere of the excitements” reflected by the high-tech medical innovations, is represented by the tendency concerning the miniaturisation of the medical devices with a very striking design and in each year, at the international level, we can see a lot of events which present these medical equipments accompanied by the sophisticated medical technologies which reflect “the sweet cherry on fancy cake”. The Medical Devices and MedTech Planet occupies on the Earth Planet, the principal role regarding the interventions in the view of the improvements for the health of the people. In this sense, the modern medical technologies, for the high quality of the medical devices, make the medical diagnoses and the medical interventions with the biggest precisions. In the top ten international medical technologies are Medtronic and Boston Scientific from the United States, which occupy the first two places. The American leadership in the Medical Devices sphere, at international level, and the German leadership in the Medical Technologies sphere, at European level, created two forces in the medical innovation domain with maximum effect on the Life Expectancy from these countries, where the both nations are well on in years.
Keywords: Medical Devices; Medical Technologies; Medical Innovations; „t” Test. Title of Book: Risk in Contemporary Economy (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: A23 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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