Pulse Oximeters: A Global Multi-Client Research Initiative
San Jose, California (PRWEB) September 11, 2014
Follow us on LinkedIn – GIA is pleased to announce the launch of a major research program analysing the trends impacting the market for “Pulse Oximeters”. Invited to participate in this comprehensive grassroots level global research initiative are senior industry executives, domain experts, technologists and market strategists. The new report to be issued shortly will offer accurate assessment of global market developments including major technologies, trends and challenges, together with descriptive, exploratory, and quantitative analysis of major product and geographic market segments. For details about how you can participate in this primary research program to include your inputs prior to the publication, please click here.
Aging population, rise in respiratory diseases such as COPD and asthma, expanding clinical applications, and technology innovations in terms of improved detection algorithms represent key factors fuelling the growth of pulse oximetry market. Pulse oximetry screening is gradually becoming a standard in healthcare encouraged by the emphasis on continuous patient monitoring for update information access which is critical for clinical decision support. Expanding clinical applications especially in the field of congenital heart disease detection is poised to benefit market growth in the coming years. In developed markets like the United States growing preference for homecare is spurring demand for pulse oximetry in alternate care setting. Poised to benefit in this regard are handheld, portable, miniature, easy-to-use pulse oximeters. Portable and compact finger oximeters allow patients with respiratory diseases such as COPD and asthma to monitor their blood oxygen levels at home. The growing trend towards mobile healthcare is fuelling innovation such as iphone enabled pulse oximeters. In developing countries, improving healthcare infrastructure and quality of patient care services and the resulting increase in the number of patients in lower acuity care is generating increased demand for pulse oximeters in general care floor area of hospitals. Also providing opportunities for growth is the growing trend of patient monitoring in ambulance and increased use by gym trainers during training sessions for assessing SOP2 and pulse readings. Rising concerns over cross-infections and contamination is fuelling demand for single use disposable sensors.
The upcoming report will offer coverage on major companies including CAS Medical Systems, GE Healthcare UK Ltd., Covidien Plc, Nihon-Kohden Corp., Nonin Medical Inc., Philips Healthcare, and Welch Allyn, among others.
In addition, the study will also provide:
- Valuable market based intelligence on new emerging trends, growth drivers, issues and challenges.
- Current coverage on company information and latest news and events including strategic corporate developments, and product innovations
- Fresh research perspectives, statistical findings, analyst analysis, and commentaries
- Accurate market estimates, projections, and forecasts across product types (monitors (Stand-Alone Devices (Bedside Devices and Handheld Devices), and Multiparameter Units (Modular Units and Configured Units)) and Sensors) and major geographic markets (the United States, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and Rest of World).
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