Glycated Hemoglobin Testing Market is expected to attain a size of US$ 650 Mn in 2026 With CAGR Of 8.6
The global glycated hemoglobin testing market is projected to reach a value of over US$ 650 Mn in 2026 at a CAGR of 8.6% over the forecast period. The report also offers insightful and detailed information regarding the various key players operating in the global glycated hemoglobin testing market, and their financials, apart from strategies, acquisitions & mergers, and market footprint.
Glycated hemoglobin testing is used to measure concentration of blood glucose in individuals. HbA1c, is a chemical form of glycated hemoglobin, a protein within red blood cells that carries oxygen throughout your body, joins with glucose in the blood, becoming ‘glycated’. It is used to determine average glucose level in person’s blood over a period of time. Glycosylated hemoglobin test shows person’s average blood glucose level for two to three months before the test. This can help to determine how well a person’s diabetes is being controlled over time.
The recent announcement of ‘Worldwide Glycated Hemoglobin Testing Market’ begins with a description of the product, definition, scope of product and classification, specifications and market outlook. The report provides a forecast period from 2017 to 2026. It includes a thorough analysis of market growth factors, static data, the top manufacturers/major players, and geographical region-wise analysis. It analyses historical glycated hemoglobin testing market values to work on the latest market needs and estimate future market propensity. It composes of development plans and policies of each and every key player along with their manufacturing processes and distinct approaches used during the process.
Increasing prevalence of diabetes mellitus and development in diagnosis devices for diabetes are major factors driving growth of the global glycated hemoglobin testing market. In addition, rising demand for rapid diagnostics tools and growing home healthcare market are other major factors expected to drive growth of the global glycated hemoglobin testing market over the forecast period.
Global glycated hemoglobin testing market division:
Global glycated hemoglobin testing market analysis by segments:
Global glycated hemoglobin testing market segmentation, By test: Lab based test, Point-of-care test. Global glycated hemoglobin testing market segmentation, By technique: Chromatography, Immunoassay, Others. Global glycated hemoglobin testing market segmentation, By end user: Hospitals, Diagnostic Centers, Academic and Research Institutes, Others
Global glycated hemoglobin testing market study by players/vendors: Abbott Laboratories, Alere, Danaher, Hoffmann-La Roche, Beckman Coulter Inc, Bio-Rad Laboratories, Arkray, Bayer AG, Tosoh Corporation, Siemens AG
Vital Regions that operate glycated hemoglobin testing market covers Latin America (Colombia, Argentina and Brazil), North America (Mexico, Canada and The United States), market in Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India and South-East Asia), Europe (UK, Russia, Germany and Italy), The Middle East and Africa (South Africa, UAE, Egypt and Saudi Arabia). Besides, production value and volume, market share, market value, import/export detailing, price/cost, market growth analysis and SWOT analysis.
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