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Resuscitators and Transport Ventilators Market Report Suite | United States | 2014-2020 | MedSuite

  • Year: 2014
  • Scope: 2010-2020
  • Region: United States
  • Pages: 92
  • Published Date: 4/1/2014
  • Type: MedSuite

The market space for resuscitation and transport ventilation equipment includes a large number of devices that, in evolving forms, have been in use for decades. Nevertheless, there remain gaps between what practitioners need, especially in the pre-hospital setting, and what existing devices are designed to provide. For pre-hospital users of ventilation equipment, price and budgeting considerations are of central importance. The ideal device for a pre-hospital setting would therefore be tailored to pre-hospital setting requirements, but would not include additional features that add to the initial purchase, maintenance and training costs.
Based on a combined market and end-user study, this report describes the size and growth potential of existing markets for resuscitation and transport ventilation equipment, and outlines currently unmet marketplace needs. It is designed to act as a guide to help identify promising directions for product development. The following questions are addressed:
1. What are currently the largest and most rapidly growing segments of the transport ventilation market? What factors underlie this growth?
2. How do paramedics currently make use of the ventilation equipment at their disposal?
3. What are the key drawbacks that paramedics and emergency medical services associate with existing resuscitation and transportation technologies?
4. What specific features do paramedics want in resuscitation and transport ventilation technology?



Draeger
Maquet
Philips Respironics
Hamilton Medical
GE Healthcare
ResMed
Covidien
Fannin
Ambu
Breas
Philips Respironics
Maquet
Covidien (Puritan Bennett)
Draeger
Hamilton
ResMed
Bunnell
CareFusion
Smiths Medical
AMBU
Impact Instrumentation
Allied Healthcare Products
Ventlab
O-Two Medical Technologies
Mercury Medical
Draeger
Hamilton




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