DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/dpsdxk/global_markets_for) has announced the addition of the "Global Markets For Patient Monitoring Technologies In 2012" report to their offering.
“Global Markets For Patient Monitoring Technologies In 2012”
Patient monitoring products are used across multiple care settings to gather and track physiological information. These devices are either highly specialized, tracking just a single parameter, or they may be capable of measuring, displaying, and documenting multiple parameters at the same time. Monitored parameters include oxygen saturation of hemoglobin (pulse oximetry), exhaled or end-tidal carbon dioxide (capnography), the heart's electrical activity (electrocardiography), the electrical activity of the brain (electroencephalography), blood pressure, pulse rate, respiration rate, body temperature, as well as other specific parameters.
The past few years have been challenging for companies in the industry due to difficult macro-economic conditions, pricing constraints, reimbursement pressures, healthcare reform, and European sovereign debt concerns. Looking forward, however, several tailwinds favor growth including a rapidly aging global population, increasing procedure volumes supported by growth in chronic diseases, higher healthcare per capita spending, and the continued growth of emerging economies. This report analyzes products, current markets and forecasts from 2009-2017, competitive market shares, and global/regional opportunities for suppliers of patient monitoring equipment and devices. Specific regions of interest include the United States, Europe, and Asia Pacific & ROW (Rest of the World).
LSI incorporated extensive primary and secondary research efforts to complete this analysis, which utilizes data and information from countries around the world. Specific regions of interest include the United States (U.S.), Europe, Japan, and other developed markets in addition to the emerging markets of Brazil, China, India, and Russia. LSI also included the use of proprietary databases, which analyze surgical procedure volumes as well as the performance of key companies, and clinical information balanced against company and financial sources.
Key Topics Covered:
- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
- PULSE OXIMETERS
- NON-INVASIVE BLOOD PRESSURE MONITORS
- ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHY MONITORS
- ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY MONITORS
- MULTIPARAMETER PATIENT MONITORS
- COMPANY PROFILES
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