The world mannequin -based stimulation market is segmented based on type, end user and geography. The types assessed in the market research report eye stimulators, patient simulators, dental stimulators, task trainers, surgical simulators, endovascular simulators as well as ultrasound simulators. The key end users covered during the study are hospitals and military organizations. Regions such as North America, Europe, Asia -Pacific and LAMEA would experience tremendous growth.
The key market players active in the world mannequin-based simulation market are Limbs & Things Ltd., CAE, Inc., Gaumard Scientific Company Inc. and Laerdal Medical AS.
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MANNEQUIN-BASED SIMULATION MARKET KEY SEGMENTS
By End Users
Limbs & Things Ltd.
Gaumard Scientific Company Inc.
Laerdal Medical AS.
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