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Italy Blood Glucose Monitoring Devices market size is estimates to be $XX million in 2022. About 5% of Italy’s population is affected by diabetes. About €10 billion ($11 billion) in expenses are spent a year on the care of diabetics, and these costs are rising. Italian law controls the clinical treatment of diabetic patients and establishes a clinical framework that includes healthcare institutions, preventative initiatives, staff development, and legal safeguards.
Italy ranks ninth out of the 28 EU countries in terms of diabetes mortality rate, which is higher than the average for the EU (the EU standard rate in 2014 is 22.0 per 100 thousand population). In roughly 10 years, the normal mortality rate has reduced by 23%, from 36.9 per 100,000 persons in 2003 to 28.4 in 2014. Women’s mortality has been steadily declining over time, whereas men’s mortality only started to drop after 2009. As a result, males had higher mortality rates from diabetes in old age, and the gender disparity has grown till 2013.
Type 2 diabetes holds a significant share in Italy blood glucose monitoring devices market. The increasing prevalence of type 2 diabetes (T2D) over the past few decades has led to the condition being largely regarded as one of the biggest human health issues in the world. Up to 3.2 million Italians, or 5.3% of the population, are suffering from diabetes. according to 2016 statistics.
National incidence rates for T1DM have not been published in Italy, even though various authors since the 1980s provided data from specific geographic areas. The mean national incidence rate among Italian children aged 0-4 years in the years 2005-2010 was 13.4. By using the original hospital admissions. The Veneto region, which has been classified as having an intermediate-high risk for T1DM, has an incidence rate of 16.5 per 100,000 person-years in children aged 0 to 18. The average annual standardized incidence rate of T1DM in Sardinia, the Italian region with the highest incidence, is 38.8/per 100,000.
More than 3 million 200 thousand Italians, or 5.3% of the population, reported having diabetes in 2016. (16.5 percent among people aged 65 and over). In the past thirty years, the prevalence of self-reported diabetes has nearly doubled (it was 2.9 percent in 1980). When compared to the year 2000, the number of people with diabetes has increased by at least 1 million. Although the prevalence has increased from 3.8 to 5.3 percent, it has increased far less than the standardized prevalence. This growth is therefore attributed to the aging of the population and other reasons, such as early diagnosis and greater survival of patients with diabetes.
Obesity contributes to the increased prevalence of diabetes, other factors including lifestyle, age, socioeconomic status, and urbanization have similarly been recognized as potentially important factors for diabetes
Italy Blood Glucose Monitoring Devices Market by States
Italy blood glucose monitoring devices market has been spilt into regions namely Lombardy, Lazio, Veneto, Emilia-Romagna, Piedmont, Tuscany & others.
Italy Blood Glucose Monitoring Devices Market Segments
Datavagyanik has covered each blood glucose monitoring devices in detail in terms of market size, sales volume, growth forecast. The segment and sub segment level categorization covered in the report are:
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