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Frost & Sullivan Discusses Impact of Economic Meltdown on the European High Acuity Monitoring Systems Markets

April 27, 2009

LONDON, April 27 /PRNewswire/ — The Healthcare Group at Frost & Sullivan is pleased to announce its 2009 Quarterly Analyst Briefing Presentation on the European High Acuity Monitoring Systems Markets to be held on Wednesday, April 29, 2009 at 3 p.m. GMT.

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Patient monitoring systems, especially those in high acuity areas, are very well developed and have become an indispensable part of hospitals across Europe. Despite certain segments being on a course of high growth, the patient monitoring systems markets overall are at a mature phase. Also as the global economic meltdown begins to affect the purchasing powers of European hospitals, vendors are left with little resources to invest upon research and development.

Highlights of the briefing include analyses of: high acuity systems market sizing, long term and short term effects of economic meltdown on the market and growth rate projections.

This briefing will benefit original equipment manufacturers, developers and distributors of monitors used in Intensive care units , operating rooms, recovery rooms, induction rooms and central station monitors by discussing emerging trends and providing forward projections and recommendations for the European high acuity areas monitors market.

“Market leaders have a range of products, which they can bundle and sell at a cheaper price,” notes Frost & Sullivan Research Associate Gideon Praveen Kumar. “With financial recession setting in, manufacturers that produce low-cost monitors can build strategic alliances with other medical equipment manufacturers, including manufacturers of anaesthesia machines, ventilators and diagnostic equipment as the hospitals prefer to buy products as a package that typically come with lower price tags,” explains Kumar.

To participate at our interactive analyst briefing, please email Anna Anlauft at anna.anlauft@frost.com with the following information: your full name, company name, title, telephone number, e-mail, address, city, state and country. Upon receipt of the above information, a registration link will be e-mailed to you. You may also register to receive a recorded version of the briefing at anytime by submitting the aforementioned contact details.

Frost & Sullivan has expanded its flagship Global Congress on Corporate Growth – GIL Global – into several major cities around the world including London. For the first time ever in Europe, Frost & Sullivan will be hosting the Growth, Innovation and Leadership Congress ‘GIL 2009: Europe’ on 19-20 May, at the Sofitel St James in London. GIL Global is the industry’s only event designed to support senior executives in their efforts to achieve sustainable, top-line growth. To register, obtain a programme agenda, explore sponsorship opportunities, or attend as a member of the media for GIL 2009: Europe, please contact Anna Anlauft, Corporate Communications for Frost & Sullivan in Europe, at anna.anlauft@frost.com. One-on-One interviews with Frost & Sullivan senior growth consultants are also being scheduled. For more information you can also visit www.frost.com/giluk

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    Anna Anlauft
    Corporate Communications Europe
    Aerospace & Defense
    P: 0049 69 770 33 12
    F: 0049 69 23 45 66
    E: anna.anlauft@frost.com

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