In the 2018 Refractive Surgery Report, we have revised inlay estimates after closure of ReVision; provide better insight into presbyopia procedure estimates by treatment modality; revised RLE estimates, especially in ther wealthy nations and western Europe; added presbyopia topical treatments; and updated patient insights.
This report covers the global refractive and presbyopia-correcting surgical markets and forecast performance over the next five years. We examine the prevalence of myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism, and presbyopia and the relationships among these refractive disorders. We discuss the impact of economic conditions on demand for an elective procedure. We also examine the companies involved in the manufacturing and marketing of refractive and presbyopia-correcting surgical products and procedures.
Market Scope’s 2018 Refractive Surgery Report provides in-depth coverage of the retail and manufacturer-level market for refractive and presbyopia-correcting surgery and the surgical technologies employed by surgeons offering these procedures.
Our report is organized into key areas and includes:
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Kristen Harmon Ingenito has more than a decade of experience in the ophthalmic industry, with nine of those years analyzing data and reporting for Market Scope. Kristen’s industry experience began in 2005 at Market Scope, where she served in many roles, including editing, analysis, sales, and marketing. She then joined an ophthalmic patient education software company, where she worked closely with physicians to help drive value in all aspects of their practices, while also training incoming executives on the business of eye care. She returned to Market Scope with added experience to help expand the company’s portfolio of products and services. Kristen earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Missouri–St. Louis and is currently pursuing a Master of Business Administration at The George Washington University School of Business as a Forté Fellow and a member of the Golden Key International Honors Society.
In addition to her research and writing efforts on the ophthalmic market, she is a contributor to Ophthalmic Market Perspectives, the firm’s monthly industry newsletter, and manages ophthalmic publications and services. When she’s not crunching numbers, building charts, or studying to maintain her ever-important GPA, Kristen enjoys spending time outdoors with her husband, two daughters, and rescue dog.
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