There is a broad range of devices that fall under the category of anesthesiology, and accordingly, iData Research has done anesthesiology market research reports on many of those devices. If you have questions about a particular anesthesiology device and its place in the market, there’s a good chance we have extensive anesthesiology market research reports to answer them.
You will find anesthesia market research on everything from anesthesia delivery units (ADUs) and anesthesia information management systems (AIMS) to anesthesia patient monitors, oxygen therapy devices, anesthesia and respiratory disposables, ventilators, nebulizers and even therapeutic obstructive sleep apnea devices and sleep diagnostic devices.
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The overall ventilator market is set to experience both minor annual growth in unit sales and price pressures from the maturity of the market and consequent high degree of competition. Unit growth is set to speed up as demand for more modern machines, such as the non-invasive ventilators, starts to... more...
Insurance reimbursement rates, including those of Medicaid and Medicare, have shifted away from covering highly expensive type I tests in favor of HST, which are less expensive. This has led to a decline in the market for type I devices. Recent annual declines have been more modest, but they are... more...
All segments are experiencing slow price erosion, due to the competitive nature of the market and because price is often the only major differentiating factor between products. Rising oil prices are also having a direct effect on the market, both because the products are made from petroleum-derived... more...
In addition to generating unit sales growth, advancements in technology are set to shift preferences away from oxygen cylinders and bulky stationary equipment, towards portable devices. While transfilling devices and concentrators are similar in terms of ASP, cylinders, regulators and conserver... more...
Overall, the market for sleep therapy interfaces is set to grow at a faster rate than the positive airway pressure device market. Specifically driving growth in that market is the full-face and nasal pillow options, as they offer greater patient comfort and have grown quite drastically in recent... more...
Of the four types of nebulizers available in the market, the vibrating nebulizer represented the majority of the market in 2018, with over half of the total market value. The compressor variations represented the vast majority of the units sold in the market, as they are inexpensive devices. The... more...
Growth within the anesthesia monitor market closely reflects the growth demonstrated in the anesthesia machine market, as the two capital equipment types are typically bundled and purchased together. Anesthesia monitoring has been implemented as a standard practice in the United States and,... more...
The market for AIMS was slow to develop but, after a number of funding acts and governmental penalties imposed on facilities failing to use an AIMS, the market has since demonstrated a strong level of growth. Specifically, governmental penalties were issued for hospitals not using an electronic... more...
Price erosion is apparent in all segments but has been more pronounced in the hospital OR setting. Competitive pressures are arising as competitors who typically played in low and mid-complexity markets have entered the high-complexity market, offering machines at lower prices than the existing... more...
The majority of the segments are stagnant and mature, growing only with the increased volume of surgical procedures. However, pricing competition, due to the competitive nature of established disposables in general, has largely limited overall market growth for most disposable segments. Rising oil... more...
Overall, the anesthesia, respiratory and sleep management device market was valued at $4.3 billion in 2018. This is expected to increase over the forecast period, at a CAGR of 3.8%, to reach $5.6 billion by 2025. Despite market saturation in the anesthesia monitors and anesthesia delivery unit... more...
The ARS market’s demographic is surgery patients and senior citizens. With the decline in global air quality, the illnesses of respiratory tract, such as COPD, will increase in incidence. This growth will also affect the ARS market. As awareness and frequencies of diagnoses, as well as... more...
A subcategory of anesthesia market research is the growing area of sleep apnea devices. The market for these devices includes polysomnography (PSG) devices, home respiratory polygraph devices and home sleep diagnostic devices.
How dealers are selling these devices, to whom and in what quantities will be valuable information for medical device suppliers moving forward.
The Benefits of iData Research for Your Anesthesia Device Planning
Savvy medical device providers will want to learn the latest information on anesthesia and sleep apnea devices. There are a wide range of opportunities here, ranging from surgical situations to home use devices for sleep apnea sufferers.
To do your own research on all of these devices and their futures in the market would be time-consuming even if you are equipped to do so. Fortunately, iData Research has already done extensive anesthesiology market research analysis on all of these devices for you to use to your advantage. Depending upon the needs of your company, you can use our reports to enhance product development, to develop a marketing strategy or to generate an effective sales approach. These reports can also help you understand where your competitors may be directing their efforts so you can plan accordingly to stay ahead of them.
iData Research is a trusted name in medical device market research that some of the biggest companies in the world use to validate their own research. You can use the information these anesthesiology market research reports provide with confidence.
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By now you understand that information is power in the world of anesthesiology and sleep obstruction devices. If you don’t have the right information, it’s impossible to compete in this marketplace. Fortunately, the right information is at your fingertips. This is extensive, accurate data you can trust, and its value vastly exceeds the cost of these reports.
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