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Brazil Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market Outlook to 2020

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Brazil Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market Outlook to 2020

Summary

GlobalData's new report, "Brazil Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market Outlook to 2020", provides key market data on the Brazil Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices market. The report provides value, in millions of US dollars, volume (in units) and average prices (in US dollars) within market segments - Invasive Body Contouring Devices (Laser-Assisted Liposuction (LAL) Devices (Nd:YAG and Diode Lasers), Radio Frequency-Assisted Liposuction (RFAL) Devices, Ultrasound-Assisted Liposuction (UAL) Devices and Power Assisted Liposuction (PAL) Devices), Non Invasive Body Contouring Devices (Radiofrequency Energy Devices and High Intensity Focused Ultrasound (HIFU) Devices) and Laser Resurfacing Devices (CO2, Er:YAG and Q-Switched Laser Devices).

The report also provides company shares and distribution shares data for each of these market categories, and global corporate-level profiles of the key market participants, pipeline products, and news and deals related to the Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices market wherever available.

The data in the report is derived from dynamic market forecast models. GlobalData uses epidemiology and capital equipment-based models to estimate and forecast the market size. The objective is to provide information that represents the most up-to-date data of the industry possible.

The epidemiology-based forecasting model makes use of epidemiology data gathered from research publications and primary interviews with physicians to establish the target patient population and treatment flow patterns for individual diseases and therapies. Using prevalence and incidence data and diagnosed and treated population, the epidemiology-based forecasting model arrives at the final numbers.

Capital equipment-based forecasting models are done based on the installed base, replacements and new sales of a specific device/equipment in healthcare facilities such as hospitals, clinics and diagnostic centers. Data for average number of units per facility is used to arrive at the installed base of the capital equipment. Sales for a particular year are arrived at by calculating the replacement units and new units (additional and first-time purchases).

Extensive interviews are conducted with key opinion leaders (KOLs), physicians and industry experts to validate the market size, company share and distribution share data and analysis.

Scope

- Market size data for Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices market segments - Invasive Body Contouring Devices (Laser-Assisted Liposuction (LAL) Devices (Nd:YAG and Diode Lasers), Radio Frequency-Assisted Liposuction (RFAL) Devices, Ultrasound-Assisted Liposuction (UAL) Devices and Power Assisted Liposuction (PAL) Devices), Non Invasive Body Contouring Devices (Radiofrequency Energy Devices and High Intensity Focused Ultrasound (HIFU) Devices) and Laser Resurfacing Devices (CO2, Er:YAG and Q-Switched Laser Devices).

- Annualized market revenues (USD million), volume (units) and average prices (in US dollars) data for each of the market segments. Data is provided from 2005 to 2013 and forecast to 2020.

- 2013 company shares and distribution shares data for Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices market.

- Global corporate-level profiles of key companies operating within the Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices market.

- Key players covered include Syneron Medical, Cynosure, Alma Lasers and Quanta Medical Lasers.

Reasons to buy

- Develop business strategies by identifying the key market categories and segments poised for strong growth in the future.

- Develop market-entry and market expansion strategies.

- Design competition strategies by identifying who-stands-where in the market.

- Develop investment strategies by identifying the key market segments expected to register strong growth in the near future.

- What are the key distribution channels and what's the most preferred mode of product distribution - Identify, understand and capitalize.

1 Table of Contents

1 Table of Contents 2

1.1 List of Tables 4

1.2 List of Figures 5

2 Introduction 6

2.1 What Is This Report About? 6

2.2 Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market Segmentation 6

2.3 Definitions of Markets Covered in the Report 7

3 Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market, Brazil 9

3.1 Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market, Brazil, Revenue ($m), 2005-2013 9

3.2 Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market, Brazil, Revenue ($m), 2013-2020 11

3.2.1 Minimally Invasive Body Contouring Devices Market, Brazil, Revenue ($m), by Segment, 2005-2013 13

3.2.1.1 Laser-Assisted Liposuction (LAL) Devices Market, Brazil, Revenue ($m), by Sub Segment, 2005-2013 15

3.2.2 Non Invasive Body Contouring Devices Market, Brazil, Revenue ($m), by Segment, 2005-2013 17

3.2.3 Laser Resurfacing Devices Market, Brazil, Revenue ($m), by Segment, 2005-2013 19

3.2.4 Minimally Invasive Body Contouring Devices Market, Brazil, Revenue ($m), by Segment, 2013-2020 21

3.2.4.1 Laser-Assisted Liposuction (LAL) Devices Market, Brazil, Revenue ($m), by Sub Segment, 2013-2020 23

3.2.5 Non Invasive Body Contouring Devices Market, Brazil, Revenue ($m), by Segment, 2013-2020 25

3.2.6 Laser Resurfacing Devices Market, Brazil, Revenue ($m), by Segment, 2013-2020 27

3.3 Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market, Brazil, Volume (Units), 2005-2013 29

3.4 Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market, Brazil, Volume (Units), 2013-2020 31

3.4.1 Minimally Invasive Body Contouring Devices Market, Brazil, Volume (Units), by Segment, 2005-2013 33

3.4.1.1 Laser-Assisted Liposuction (LAL) Devices Market, Brazil, Volume (Units), by Sub Segment, 2005-2013 35

3.4.2 Non Invasive Body Contouring Devices Market, Brazil, Volume (Units), by Segment, 2005-2013 37

3.4.3 Laser Resurfacing Devices Market, Brazil, Volume (Units), by Segment, 2005-2013 39

3.4.4 Minimally Invasive Body Contouring Devices Market, Brazil, Volume (Units), by Segment, 2013-2020 41

3.4.4.1 Laser-Assisted Liposuction (LAL) Devices Market, Brazil, Volume (Units), by Sub Segment, 2013-2020 43

3.4.5 Non Invasive Body Contouring Devices Market, Brazil, Volume (Units), by Segment, 2013-2020 45

3.4.6 Laser Resurfacing Devices Market, Brazil, Volume (Units), by Segment, 2013-2020 47

3.5 Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market, Brazil, Average Price ($), 2005-2020 49

3.6 Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market, Brazil, Distribution Share by Revenue ($m), 2012-2013 51

3.7 Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market, Brazil, Company Share by Revenue ($m), 2012-2013 52

4 Overview of Key Companies in Brazil, Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market 54

4.1 Syneron Medical Ltd. 54

4.1.1 Company Overview 54

4.2 Cynosure, Inc. 54

4.2.1 Company Overview 54

4.3 Solta Medical, Inc. 55

4.3.1 Company Overview 55

4.4 Lumenis Ltd. 55

4.4.1 Company Overview 55

4.5 Alma Lasers, Ltd. 55

4.5.1 Company Overview 55

4.6 DEKA Laser Technologies, Inc. 55

4.6.1 Company Overview 55

4.7 Cutera, Inc. 56

4.7.1 Company Overview 56

4.8 Quanta System S.p.A 56

4.8.1 Company Overview 56

4.9 Ilooda Co., Ltd. 56

4.9.1 Company Overview 56

4.10 Sciton Inc. 56

4.10.1 Company Overview 56

5 Appendix 57

5.1 Research Methodology 58

5.1.1 Coverage 58

5.1.2 Secondary Research 58

5.1.3 Primary Research 59

5.1.4 Market Modeling and Forecasting 60

5.1.5 Company Share Analysis 63

5.1.6 Distribution Share Analysis 64

5.2 Expert Panel 65

5.3 GlobalData Consulting 65

5.4 Contact Us 65

5.5 Disclaimer 65

1.1 List of Tables

Table 1: Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market, Brazil, Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Historic, 2005-2013 10

Table 2: Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market, Brazil, Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Forecast, 2013-2020 12

Table 3: Minimally Invasive Body Contouring Devices Market, Brazil, Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Historic, 2005-2013 14

Table 4: Laser-Assisted Liposuction (LAL) Devices Market, Brazil, Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Historic, 2005-2013 16

Table 5: Non Invasive Body Contouring Devices Market, Brazil, Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Historic, 2005-2013 18

Table 6: Laser Resurfacing Devices Market, Brazil, Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Historic, 2005-2013 20

Table 7: Minimally Invasive Body Contouring Devices Market, Brazil, Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Forecast, 2013-2020 22

Table 8: Laser-Assisted Liposuction (LAL) Devices Market, Brazil, Revenue ($m), by Sub Segment, USD Constant, Forecast, 2013-2020 24

Table 9: Non Invasive Body Contouring Devices Market, Brazil, Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Forecast, 2013-2020 26

Table 10: Laser Resurfacing Devices Market, Brazil, Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Forecast, 2013-2020 28

Table 11: Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market, Brazil, Volume (Units), Historic, 2005-2013 30

Table 12: Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market, Brazil, Volume (Units), Forecast, 2013-2020 32

Table 13: Minimally Invasive Body Contouring Devices Market, Brazil, Volume (Units), Historic, 2005-2013 34

Table 14: Laser-Assisted Liposuction (LAL) Devices Market, Brazil, Volume (Units), Historic, 2005-2013 36

Table 15: Non Invasive Body Contouring Devices Market, Brazil, Volume (Units), Historic, 2005-2013 38

Table 16: Laser Resurfacing Devices Market, Brazil, Volume (Units), Historic, 2005-2013 40

Table 17: Minimally Invasive Body Contouring Devices Market, Brazil, Volume (Units), Forecast, 2013-2020 42

Table 18: Laser-Assisted Liposuction (LAL) Devices Market, Brazil, Volume (Units), Forecast, 2013-2020 44

Table 19: Non Invasive Body Contouring Devices Market, Brazil, Volume (Units), Forecast, 2013-2020 46

Table 20: Laser Resurfacing Devices Market, Brazil, Volume (Units), Forecast, 2013-2020 48

Table 21: Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market, Brazil, Average Price ($), Historic, 2005-2013 49

Table 22: Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market, Brazil, Average Price ($), Forecast, 2013-2020 50

Table 23: Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market, Brazil, Distribution Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2012-2013 51

Table 24: Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market, Brazil, Company Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2012-2013 53

Table 25: Total Number of Primary Research Participants, General Surgery Market, by Country 60

1.2 List of Figures

Figure 1: Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market, Brazil, Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Historic, 2005-2013 9

Figure 2: Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market, Brazil, Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Forecast, 2013-2020 11

Figure 3: Minimally Invasive Body Contouring Devices Market, Brazil, Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Historic, 2005-2013 13

Figure 4: Laser-Assisted Liposuction (LAL) Devices Market, Brazil, Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Historic, 2005-2013 15

Figure 5: Non Invasive Body Contouring Devices Market, Brazil, Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Historic, 2005-2013 17

Figure 6: Laser Resurfacing Devices Market, Brazil, Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Historic, 2005-2013 19

Figure 7: Minimally Invasive Body Contouring Devices Market, Brazil, Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Forecast, 2013-2020 21

Figure 8: Laser-Assisted Liposuction (LAL) Devices Market, Brazil, Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Forecast, 2013-2020 23

Figure 9: Non Invasive Body Contouring Devices Market, Brazil, Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Forecast, 2013-2020 25

Figure 10: Laser Resurfacing Devices Market, Brazil, Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Forecast, 2013-2020 27

Figure 11: Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market, Brazil, Volume (Units), Historic, 2005-2013 29

Figure 12: Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market, Brazil, Volume (Units), Forecast, 2013-2020 31

Figure 13: Minimally Invasive Body Contouring Devices Market, Brazil, Volume (Units), Historic, 2005-2013 33

Figure 14: Laser-Assisted Liposuction (LAL) Devices Market, Brazil, Volume (Units), Historic, 2005-2013 35

Figure 15: Non Invasive Body Contouring Devices Market, Brazil, Volume (Units), Historic, 2005-2013 37

Figure 16: Laser Resurfacing Devices Market, Brazil, Volume (Units), Historic, 2005-2013 39

Figure 17: Minimally Invasive Body Contouring Devices Market, Brazil, Volume (Units), Forecast, 2013-2020 41

Figure 18: Laser-Assisted Liposuction (LAL) Devices Market, Brazil, Volume (Units), Forecast, 2013-2020 43

Figure 19: Non Invasive Body Contouring Devices Market, Brazil, Volume (Units), Forecast, 2013-2020 45

Figure 20: Laser Resurfacing Devices Market, Brazil, Volume (Units), Forecast, 2013-2020 47

Figure 21: Aesthetic Lasers and Energy Devices Market, Brazil, Company Share (%), 2013 52

Figure 22: GlobalData Epidemiology-Based Forecasting Model 62

Figure 23: GlobalData Capital Equipment-Based Forecasting Model 63

Figure 24: Primary Interviews by Participant Type (%) 64

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