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Based on technology, the wearable injectors market is classified into electronic, mechanical, and others. Among these, during the 2012–2015 period, the electronic injector classification led the market in terms of revenue, and it is expected to continue leading it during the forecast period. An electronic wearable injector consists of a cartridge filed with the drug and a drug delivery part, which is operated electronically. These wearable injectors offer benefits such as automated delivery, advanced safety, and smooth handling; therefore, these are widely used by patients who are looking for convenient dosing.

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Thus, the increasing usage of electronic wearable injectors is predicted to boost the wearable injectors market growth during 2016–2024. Surging life expectancy and drop in birth rates are two of the prime reasons behind the surging geriatric population. According to the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, the number of people aged 60 or above is predicted to surge by 56.0%, i.e. from 901 million in 2015 to 1.4 billion by 2030. It further stated that by 2050, the population is expected to reach around 2.1 billion.

Thus, the increasing population of the elderly and rising prevalence of chronic diseases are heavily contributing to the growth of the market.

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