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EEG Processor Monitor Market Opportunities, Strategies, and Forecasts, 2003 to 2008

  • ID: 40090
  • Report
  • January 2003
  • Region: Global
  • 142 pages
  • Wintergreen Research, Inc
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This report analyzes the market opportunities for Electroencephalogram (EEG) monitors and also outlines strategies and forecasts for memebers of the EEG monitor medical device industry.Forecasts are based on primary research and proprietary data bases. Forecasts reflect analysis of the market trends in the segment and related segments. Unit and dollar shipments are analyzed through consideration of dollar volume of each market participation in the segment. Market share analysis includes conversations with key customers of products, industry segment leaders, marketing directors, distributors, leading market participants, and companies seeking to develop measurable market share. Over 200 in-depth interviews were conducted for this report with a broad range of key participants and opinion leaders in the market segment.

The key topics studied were:

-eeg Processor Market Shares and Forecasts
-eeg Description and Procedure
-fda and Foreign Regulatory Approval
-Research and Development Efforts Focus
-icu Monitoring
-Clinical Developments
-Brain Response During Anesthesia
-Human Brain
-Administration of Sedation
-Anesthesia Reimbursements
-Bi-spectral Index (BIS Index)
-Functional Capacity Evaluations (FCE)
-Applications For EEG Monitoring
-In The Operating Theater
-In The Intesnsive Care Unit
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EEG PROCESSOR MONITOR EXECUTIVE SUMMARY<BR><BR>EEG PROCESSOR MONITOR EXECUTIVE SUMMARY <BR>Surgical Interventions <BR>Competitive Factors In The EEG Monitor Market <BR>EEG Processor Surgery / Anesthesia Market Shares <BR>EEG Processor Surgical and Intensive Care Market Forecasts<BR><BR>EEG PROCESSOR MONITOR DYNAMICS AND MARKET DESCRIPTION<BR>1. EEG PROCESSOR MARKET DYNAMICS AND MARKET DESCRIPTION <BR>1.1 EEG Description <BR>1.1.1 EEGs As A Broad Based Diagnostic Tool <BR>1.1.2 Detection Of Abnormalities <BR>1.2 EEG Procedure <BR>1.3 Anesthesiologist Objectives <BR>1.4 Bispectral Index <BR>1.5 Administration Of Sedation <BR>1.6 Surgical Awareness During Monitoring<BR>1.7 Functional Capacity Evaluations (FCE)<BR>1.8 Applications For EEG Monitoring In The Operating Theatre<BR>1.9 Applications For EEG Monitoring In The Intensive Care Unit <BR>1.10 Brain Responses During Anesthesia <BR>1.10.1 Monitoring requirements of the American Society of Anesthesiology <BR>1.10.2 Depth Of Consciousness Monitoring <BR>1.10.3 Brain <BR>1.10.4 Processed EEG Monitors <BR>1.11 Anesthesia Reimbursement <BR>1.11.1 Third-Party Payors<BR><BR>EEG PROCESSOR MONITOR MARKET SHARES AND MARKET FORECASTS<BR>2. EEG PROCESSOR MARKET SHARES AND MARKET FORECASTS <BR>2.1 Surgical and Diagnostic Interventions Performed Under General Anesthesia <BR>2.1.1 EEG Processor Market Competitive Factors<BR>2.2 EEG Processor Surgery / Anesthesia Market Shares <BR>2.2.1 Aspect Medical Systems Group Purchasing Agreements <BR>2.3 EEG Processor Intensive Care Market Shares<BR>2.4 EEG Processor Surgery Market Forecasts <BR>2.4.1 EEG Processor Surgery Market Penetration Forecasts <BR>2.4.2 EEG Processor Surgery Sensor Market Forecasts <BR>2.5 EEG Processor Intensive Care Market Forecasts<BR>2.6 EEG Processor Surgical and Intensive Care Market Forecasts<BR>2.7 EEG Processor Market Positioning <BR>2.7.1 Aspect Medical Systems Distribution Agreements <BR>2.7.2 Aspect Medical Systems Distribution Agreements With Original<BR>Equipment Manufacturers <BR>2.8 EEG Processor International Markets<BR>2.8.1 Aspect Medical Systems <BR>2.8.2 Taugagreining / Nervus Monitor <BR><BR>EEG PROCESSOR MONITOR PRODUCT DESCRIPTIONS<BR>3. EEG PROCESSOR PRODUCT DESCRIPTION <BR>3.1 EEG Anesthesiology Monitoring Processors<BR>3.2 Aspect Medical Systems<BR>3.2.1 Aspect Bi-spectral Index <BR>3.2.2 A-2000™ BIS Monitor<BR>3.2.3 A-1050 EEG monitor with Bi-spectral Index Technology <BR>3.2.4 Aspect Medical Systems BIS XP System<BR>3.2.5 Aspect Medical Systems A -2000 BIS Monitor <BR>3.2.6 Aspect Medical Systems BIS Module Kit <BR>3.2.7 Aspect Medical Systems BIS Module Kit — 4 Channel Support <BR>3.2.8 Aspect Medical Systems BIS Sensors <BR>3.2.9 Aspect Medical Systems BIS Pediatric Sensor <BR>3.2.10 Aspect Medical Systems BIS Quatro Sensor <BR>3.3 Aspect Medical Systems BIS Sensor Plus <BR>3.3.1 Aspect Medical Systems BIS Standard Sensor <BR>3.3.2 Aspect Medical Systems BIS Integrated Systems <BR>3.3.3 Aspect Medical Systems BIS <BR>3.4 Physiometrix <BR>3.4.1 Physiometrix Patient State Analyzer<BR>3.4.2 Physiometrix PSA 4000<BR>3.4.3 Physiometrix PSArray2<BR>3.4.4 Physiometrix Products <BR>3.4.5 Physiometrix EEG Monitoring Solution<BR>3.4.6 Physiometrix Proven Electrode Technology <BR>3.5 ICU Monitoring 3-26<BR>3.5.1 Taugagreining / Nervus Monitor 3-27<BR>3.5.2 Nervus Monitor Unlimited Recording 3-27<BR>3.5.3 Nervus Monitor Brain Hypoxia / Ischemia 3-28<BR>3.5.4 Narcotrend 3-31<BR><BR>EEG PROCESSOR MONITOR TECHNOLOGY<BR>4. EEG PROCESSOR TECHNOLOGY <BR>4.1 Aspect Medical Systems Technology Positioning <BR>4.1.1 Aspect Medical Systems BIS Index Technology <BR>4.2 Clinical Development<BR>4.2.1 Aspect Medical Systems BIS Index Values During Surgical Procedures <BR>4.3 Research And Development Efforts Focus <BR>4.3.1 Aspect Medical Systems Other Product Areas <BR>4.4 Human Brain <BR>4.4.1 Aspect Medical Systems Current Initiatives<BR>4.4.2 Physiometrix Research <BR>4.4.3 Physiometrix Algorithm Development: <BR>4.4.4 Physiometrix Algorithm Processing <BR>4.5 FDA And Foreign Regulatory Approval <BR>EEG PROCESSOR MONITOR COMPANY PROFILES<BR>5. EEG PROCESSOR COMPANY PROFILES <BR>5.1 Aspect Medical System<BR>5.1.1 Aspect Medical System Anesthesia Monitoring System BIS® System <BR>5.1.2 Aspect Medical System Revenue <BR>5.1.3 Aspect Medical Systems Revenue <BR>5.1.4 Aspect Medical Systems Third Quarter Ended September 27, 2003 <BR>5.1.5 Aspect Medical Systems Strategic Alliance with Boston Scientific Corporation 5.2 Cephalon 5-12<BR>5.3 PhysioMetrics<BR>5.4 Physiometrix <BR>5.4.1 Physiometrix Business Strategy <BR>5.4.2 Physiometrix Strategic Relationship With Baxt er <BR>5.4.3 Physiometrix Outsource Manufacturing <BR>5.4.4 Physiometrix Revenues <BR>5.4.5 Physiometrix Positioning <BR>5.5 Taugagreining / Nervus<BR>5.5.1 Nervus EEG Continuous Impedance Test <BR>5.5.2 Nervus EEG Remote Analysis <BR>5.5.3 Nervus EEG Trends<BR>5.5.4 Nervus Recorder Key Features
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There are 40 million surgical interventions performed annually in the U.S. under general anesthesia. The number of surgical and anesthesia-based interventions both therapeutic and diagnostic is expected to increase as the population ages. There is more than double that number worldwide.<BR><BR>EEG processors are poised to be useful in every one of those interventions. Units are positioned to save lives by providing one more way to monitor patient condition.<BR><BR>EEG monitoring is of value to the anesthesiologist because it provides direct measurement of brain activity and provides input that cannot be achieved from heart or oxygen saturation level monitoring.<BR><BR>A simple automated EEG implemented as a processor monitor permits use and brain wave interpretation in the operating room. Resolution of presentation of information is an essential aspect of systems. Monitoring a patient brain activity during surgery improves patient safety and lowers costs per surgical procedure. Controlling the amount of anesthesia administered during surgeries is a measurable benefit. It reduces the amount of postoperative recovery time required.<BR><BR>The electrophysiology of the brain is a center of research. Changes in brain electrophysiologic activity occur during general anesthesia. The EEG seems to provide a direct indication of the patient depth of consciousness as invoked by anesthetic agents. The EEG is the most reliable indicator of excessive administration of anesthesia.<BR><BR>The EEG processor medical device industry competition is limited to two major companies. Aspect Medical Systems and Physiometrix are the two companies with working technology for anesthesia. Devices are based on signal processing of the EEG brain waves. Additional competition may come from patient monitoring companies; currently marketing conventional EEG monitors utilizing standard signal-processing techniques such as spectral edge frequency analyses and median frequency analyses.<BR><BR>Total worldwide markets for EEG processor and sensors for both surgical and intensive care markets at $51.4 million in 2002 are expected to reach $734.9 by 2008.<BR><BR>Companies Profiled<BR> <BR>Aspect Medical Anesthesia<BR>Cephalon<BR>PhysioMetrics<BR> Physiometrix<BR>Taugagreinging/Nervus<BR><BR>
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