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1) Increasing worldwide prevalence of chronic conditions such as diabetes and growing need for fast and accurate detection of any associated conditions is expected to boost biosensors market size.
2) Favourable government initiatives along with technological advancements in various medical and non-medical based application will contribute to industry expansion.
3)The rising patient awareness and extended biosensors usage in application areas such as medical, environment, and agriculture should further accelerate industry demand.
4) Point of Care (PoC) testing remains the most lucrative end user segment contributing to over 47% of biosensors industry share, attributed to advancements in the field of microelectronics and biotechnology and rising demand for rapid and portable PoC diagnostic devices. (cheap electronics and meso-fluidics).
5) U.S. leads the industry owing to its increased adoption in expanded indications, rising government support for R&D and growing prevalence of associated chronic ailments.
6) Asia Pacific is anticipated to expand its revenue share by virtue of its rapid economic growth, growing patient awareness and improving healthcare infrastructure.