iData’s report on the global anesthesia, respiratory, and sleep management device market includes anesthesia delivery units, anesthesia monitors, anesthesia disposables, ventilators, nebulizers, respiratory disposables, oxygen concentrators, therapeutic obstructive sleep apnea devices and sleep diagnostic devices. The COVID-19 pandemic had a massive impact on the entire market. While it adversely affected the anesthesia market, respiratory market
Emma Matrick9 Global Trends You Should Be Aware of in the Anesthesia, Respiratory, and Sleep Management Device Market
iData Research recently completed a detailed SKU-level analysis on the U.S. market for ventilators. The analysis includes an overview of the companies and brands. In addition, the MedSKU analysis includes revenue, units sold, revenue share, unit share, and average selling prices (ASPs). Based on the data, revenue and units sold have been decreasing in 2021,
Emma MatrickWhat are the Most Popular Ventilators by Brand and Segment in the U.S.?
Driven by the increased demand during the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, which lead manufacturers to increase the supply, the global ventilator market is set to transition into a short-term decline before leveling-off to pre-COVID levels. 2020 was a stand-out year for the ventilator market, despite the devastating effects of the pandemic, the ventilator market increased astronomically.
Emma MatrickWhat Is Causing a Decrease in the Global Ventilator Market?
Oxygen therapy devices, including oxygen concentrators, treat patients who are no longer able to receive adequate volumes of oxygen through the breathing of natural air. Specifically, oxygen concentrators separate oxygen from ambient air and deliver the oxygen directly to the patient. Due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, the market for oxygen concentrators saw an increase.
Emma MatrickTop Global Oxygen Concentrator Companies and Their Products
Within the U.S. alone, only 15% of patients who have sleep apnea are professionally diagnosed. As you might imagine, many individuals are not aware that they suffer from sleep apnea and breathing difficulties while asleep. Despite this, many large companies are present within the market and offer many diagnostic devices and tests. If you’ve ever
Emma Matrick3 Questions about Sleep Apnea and the U.S. Market You’ll Want to Know the Answers To
Based on the new market study by iData Research, the US mechanical ventilator market saw an incredible growth of nearly 33% in 2020, as ventilators have been vital tools in treating complications due to COVID-19. A ventilator’s purpose is to pump air into the lungs with a specified pressure and volume level to induce machine-dependent
iData ResearchVentilator Market Declines After the Surge in Demand due to COVID19
As COVID19 is mainly affecting the respiratory system and develops the common flu-like symptoms, hospitals around the globe are facing shortages of many respiratory care devices, including ventilators. Since the breakout, the demand for ventilators has grown substantially and resulted in governmental and industrial support driving the pace of ventilator manufacturing. Due to the major
iData ResearchTop Ventilator Companies In The World
The spread of COVID-19 infections has vastly increased mechanical ventilator usage, and with this usage comes complications for patients. According to Liberate Medical, patients who spend more than four days in ventilation are susceptible to higher hospital mortality rates, and increased complications. Liberate Medical is now among the latest companies to develop a device to
iData ResearchFDA Grants Emergency Use Authorization for Respiratory Device
Vancouver-based company Lungpacer Medical has developed a single-use multi-electrode stimulating catheter that is inserted into the left subclavicle vein. It is used to stimulate the left and right phrenic nerves, providing support to the functioning of the diaphragm in patients who have respiratory issues. The device is paired with an external, reusable control unit to
iData ResearchLungpacer Medical Gains FDA Approval for Diaphragm Pacer
Stryker has been granted emergency use authorization (EUA) by the FDA to use its Sterizone VP4 to decontaminate used N95 respirators during the coronavirus outbreak. Under normal circumstances, N95 respirators are designed to be single-use. A recent study performed by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) confirmed that N95 respirators can be decontaminated effectively up
iData ResearchStryker Emergency Authorization for Respirator Decontamination