Posts filed under: Patient Monitoring

Masimo recently announced the U.S. release of Trace™, patient data visualization and reporting software designed for Masimo Root® and Radical-7® monitors....
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The market is segmented into devices pertaining to multi-parameter vital signs monitoring, wireless ambulatory telemetry, telehealth, intracranial pressure monitoring, electromyogram, electroencephalography, cerebral oximetry, fetal and neonatal monitoring, pulse oximetry, cardiac output monitoring and blood pressure monitoring....
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Currently, the U.S. and Japan are leading the world in telemedicine, with the U.S. ahead of Japan in this regard. However, Japan is poised for high growth, due in part to its historic problem with long hospital wait times....
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Across Australia, the movement towards wireless telemetry solutions and remote patient monitoring platforms is improving patient outcomes thereby promoting long-term cost savings....
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Overall, the Japan market for patient monitoring equipment is expected to increase and reach nearly $630 million by 2023. ...
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By 2023, telehealth for disease conditions management market in the U.S. is expected to reach over $1.9 billion; this includes both remote monitoring of people with chronic conditions, and individuals with cardiac implantable electronic devices (CIEDs)....
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Tyto Care Inc. recently announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted 510(k) clearance for its digital stethoscope, a device that will be part of its advanced set of examination tools now being introduced to the world...
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The patient monitoring market in Europe is expected to increase over the next several years to reach over €1.8 billion by 2022. Low cost competition have consistently seized opportunities within the market....
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The U.S. patient monitoring market is expected to grow over the next several years to reach over $6 billion by 2023; patient monitoring and diagnostic equipment will be in high demand in the U.S. due to steadily increasing cases of...
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Cardiac output (CO) — the volume of blood pumped by the heart per minute — is regarded as a fundamental component of hemodynamic monitoring in critically ill patients. Monitoring of this parameter has become routine in patients undergoing or emerging...
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