50 Innovative Companies in Combat Medicine & Battlefield Healthcare 2017: Leading Suppliers of Military Triage, Medical Equipment & Devices, Deployable Shelters & Distributors

09 August 2017
Defence

Effective performance from those involved in a military operation requires all to be in good health. In parallel, casualties always arise in the theatre of operations. Responding to these scenarios is a case of life and death in many instances. Having a range of high quality, reliable and cost effective solutions to battlefield injuries is of key interest to militaries and governments around the globe. Similarly, with trends towards casualty aversion continuing to rise, governments are growing increasingly risk averse.

The visiongain report analyst commented “Combat medical equipment is of the highest importance to militaries globally. The well-equipped medical component to any armed service serves as a permissive factor for effective military action. However, competition at certain levels within this market, notably the distributor level, is relatively strong. At the more technical level, companies are making themselves stand out from the competition in the most fundamental way possible, and that is by offering products and services their competitors cannot.”

Leading companies featured in the report who are involved in combat medicine & battlefield healthcare include Philips, Zoll, 3M, Cardinal Health, Becton, Dickinson and Company, AutoMedx, CAE Inc., Chinook Medical Gear Inc., Combat Medical Systems, Composite Resources Inc. and others.

Notes for Editors
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