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Johnson & Johnson's medical device businesses grew 5.3% on an organic basis in the third quarter, led by the Biosense Webster electrophysiology business. The company is increasing R&D investment, especially in robotic surgery, to boost its surgery and orthopedics businesses.
Johnson & Johnson’s leadership remains optimistic about the future of its medical device divisions despite reporting a 2.6% revenue decline in the first six months of 2019 compared to the same period of 2018.
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The global blood glucose monitoring devices market is expected to exceed $7bn by 2022, driven by the smaller, but fastest-growing continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) segment, which is expanding at double-digits. The much bigger blood glucose meter (BGM) segment, meanwhile, is facing increased competition from lower-cost manufacturers, innovative startups and tech giants like Apple that are attracting consumers with smart devices and packaged diabetes management solutions. This first of a two-part series looks more closely at the competitive landscape of the two major product segments – BGM and CGM – with insights from endocrinologists. The second part will focus on the pros and cons of using diabetes management apps and highlights the best diabetes apps.
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In Vitro Diagnostics
- Glucose Testing
- Monitoring Equipment & Devices
- Therapeutic Areas
- Metabolic Disorders
- North America
- Parent & Subsidiaries
- Johnson & Johnson
- Senior Management
- Val Asbury, Worldwide Pres.
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