Industry Trends Oxygen therapy devices, sleep diagnostic devices and respiratory disposables, are expected to be the fastest-growing segments in the European anesthesia, respiratory and sleep management device market. As an alternative to the centralized delivery of concentrated oxygen, devices that allow patients to generate their own oxygen at home have played a significant role. This
The full report suite on the U.S. market for anesthesia, respiratory and sleep management (ARS) devices includes anesthesia delivery units (ADU), anesthesia monitors, anesthesia information management systems (AIMS), anesthesia disposables, ventilators, nebulizers, respiratory disposables, oxygen therapy devices, therapeutic obstructive sleep apnea (sleep therapy) devices and sleep diagnostic devices.
In 2021, the U.S. ventilator market size is projected to reach $811 million, with the sub-acute care ventilators showing the most sustainable growth. Due to COVID19, the U.S. market size is expected to grow over the forecast period to reach over $866 million in 2027. The overall U.S. ventilator market grew significantly in 2020, due
In 2021, the Europe anesthesia, respiratory and sleep therapy devices market size is estimated to reach €1.8 billion, with the Sleep Diagnostic Device market expected to experience the fastest growth. In spite of COVID19, the EU market size is projected to increase over the forecast period to exceed $1.8 billion in 2027. Currently, over 35%
This report analyzes the market for the following products: anesthesia delivery units (ADUs), anesthesia patient monitors, anesthesia information management systems (AIMS), anesthesia disposables, ventilators, nebulizers, respiratory disposables, oxygen therapy devices, therapeutic obstructive sleep apnea devices and sleep diagnostic devices. The sleep therapy device market is the largest of the markets covered in this report, largely owing to the increasing awareness of sleep apnea, its risks and its co-morbidities.
Ventilation equipment covered in this chapter includes manual resuscitators, non-critical transport ventilators and critical-care transport ventilators. Non-critical transport ventilators are further broken down into automatic resuscitators, hybrid ventilators and mid-tier transport ventilators.
Automatic resuscitators constitute the simplest form of automatic ventilation equipment. These devices do not generally feature alarms or monitoring capabilities and operate based on the simultaneous selection of volume and pressure. They can cycle automatically or can be triggered manually with the push of a button.
The next step up in automatic ventilation technology is hybrid ventilators. These devices are called hybrid devices because they contain a mix of features from transport and emergency ventilation equipment. In terms of transportation features, the devices tend to be extremely light. Transport ventilators in general tend to weigh less than 20 kg. However, hybrid ventilators are usually much lighter than this. Their light weight makes them suitable for a more diverse range of clinical applications in the field. Like emergency ventilators, these devices are equipped with basic parameters. They are pneumatically driven with basic functions like volume and frequency alarms. Some devices in this range are integrated with continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) function.
Unlike automatic resuscitators and hybrid ventilators, mid-tier transport ventilators allow the user to adjust rate and volume independently. Many also include features such as adjustable CPAP and peek end-expiratory pressure (PEEP). Mid-tier transport ventilators are distinguished from critical-care transport ventilators by the ventilation modes on which the device is capable of operating. Mid-tier ventilators are generally only equipped to perform pressure and volume modes.