Medipoint: Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators - Global Analysis and Market Forecasts

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Global Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators Market will Surpass $1.2 Billion by 2023

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Air Liquide
  • Breathe Technologies Inc.
  • Fisher & Paykel
  • Laerdal Medical AS
  • Oricare Inc.
  • SLE Limited
  • MORE
Mechanical ventilators and resuscitators are the most powerful symbols of modern medical technology and progress, which have allowed more patients to survive acute critical illness than ever before. Today’s ventilators and resuscitators are common in hospitals, long-term care centers, emergency centers, and even patients’ homes to save hundreds of thousands of lives every day by providing respiratory ventilation. A medical ventilator is a device designed to provide mechanical ventilation to a patient, which consists of a compressible air reservoir or turbine, air and oxygen supplies, a set of valves and tubes, and a disposable or reusable "patient circuit".

With the growth of the elderly population suffering from respiratory diseases, the need for respiratory ventilators and resuscitators is growing rapidly. Modern respiratory ventilators and resuscitators strive to ensure patient safety and improve ventilation outcomes, while providing portable and cost-effective solutions in a variety of clinical settings. Mechanical ventilators dominate the ventilation devices market, due to their effective functionalities and advanced features.

Global respiratory ventilators and resuscitators market is expanding at a steady compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 3.2%. India is the fastest-growing market, demonstrating a CAGR of 5.5%. The North America (NA: US, Canada, and Mexico) market is growing at a CAGR of 3.1%, whereas the EU market is expanding at a slower CAGR of 2.7%. The Japanese market has a modest CAGR of 1.9% because of tepid growth and stagnating demand.

The US is the largest market owing to a large number of ICU beds and user adoption of new technology. The markets for respiratory ventilators and resuscitators in the major European countries (EU: France, Germany, Italy, Spain, UK, and Russia) and Japan are very saturated, but the growing demand for transport ventilators with more features will drive the total capital equipment market to new heights. Emerging economies demonstrate stronger growth than global averages. India ranks as the fastest-growing market, driven by strengthening healthcare services and increasing expenditure by public and private players.

Dräger and Maquet are leaders in the market, followed by Medtronic and Hamilton. They dominate the market by offering a variety of products with extensive feature sets in a different area. Other companies, including Air Liquide, Ambu, CareFusion, Fisher & Paykel, GE, Philips, ResMed, and Smiths, have remained innovative to compete with the larger manufacturers.

The report “MediPoint: Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators - Global Analysis and Market Forecasts” focuses on the respiratory ventilators and resuscitators market outlook. It provides a comprehensive review of market trends, unmet needs, mergers and acquisitions, and other strategic market activities of global companies. The global market is defined as the 15 countries covered in this report (15MM), which are the US, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the UK, Japan, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, India, Mexico, Russia, and South Korea, presently and through 2023.

In particular, this report provides the following:
  • In-depth analysis of unmet needs and adoption trends of different respiratory ventilators and resuscitators.
  • Insightful review of the key industry drivers, opportunities, restraints and challenges. Each trend is independently researched to provide qualitative analysis of its implications
  • Provides annualized total respiratory ventilators and resuscitators market revenue by segment and market outlooks by country from 2014-2023.
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Air Liquide
  • Breathe Technologies Inc.
  • Fisher & Paykel
  • Laerdal Medical AS
  • Oricare Inc.
  • SLE Limited
  • MORE
1.1 List of Tables

1.2 List of Figures

2 Introduction

2.1 Catalyst

2.2 Technology Overview

2.2.1 Ventilators

2.2.2 Resuscitators

3 Market Access

3.1 Regulatory

3.2 Recalls and Product Safety Issues

3.3 Key Mergers, Acquisitions, and Partnerships

4 Unmet Needs

4.1 Product Safety

4.2 Technology Innovation

4.3 Ease of Use

4.4 Alarm Management

4.5 Training and Education

5 Competitive Assessment

5.1 Major Players

5.1.1 Air Liquide S.A.

5.1.2 Ambu A/S

5.1.3 CareFusion Corporation (Subsidiary of Becton, Dickinson and Company)

5.1.4 Draegerwerk AG & Co. KGaA

5.1.5 Fisher & Paykel Healthcare Corporation Limited

5.1.6 GE Healthcare Limited

5.1.7 Hamilton Medical

5.1.8 Maquet Holding B.V. & Co. KG. (Subsidiary of Getinge AB)

5.1.9 Medtronic plc

5.1.10 Philips Respironics, Inc.

5.1.11 ResMed Inc.

5.1.12 Smiths Medical

5.2 Emerging Players

5.2.1 Breathe Technologies, Inc.

5.3 Marketed Products Assessment

5.3.1 Critical Care Ventilators

5.3.2 Neonatal/Pediatric Ventilators

5.3.3 Transport Ventilators

5.3.4 Reusable Resuscitators

5.3.5 Disposable Resuscitators

5.4 Pipeline Products Assessment

5.5 Clinical Trials

5.6 Company Share Analysis

5.6.1 Global

5.6.2 NA

5.6.3 EU

5.6.4 APAC

6 Market Outlooks

6.1 Procedure Trends

6.1.1 Universal Ventilation

6.1.2 Personalized Ventilation

6.1.3 Home Care Ventilation

6.2 Market Drivers and Barriers

6.2.1 Market Driver: Aging Population and Increasing Incidence of COPD

6.2.2 Market Driver: Growing Number of Critical Care Admissions

6.2.3 Market Driver: Technological Innovation

6.2.4 Market Driver: United Nations Global Initiatives and Government Support

6.2.5 Market Driver: Rising Popularity of Non-invasive Ventilators

6.2.6 Market Barrier: Safety Concerns

6.2.7 Market Barrier: Economic Climate

6.3 Market Outlooks by Segment

6.3.1 Global Overview: Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators

6.3.2 By Region

6.4 Market Outlooks by Geography

6.4.1 Global Overview: Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators

6.4.2 Global Overview: Ventilators

6.4.3 US

6.4.4 France

6.4.5 Germany

6.4.6 Italy

6.4.7 Spain

6.4.8 UK

6.4.9 Japan

6.4.10 Australia

6.4.11 Brazil

6.4.12 Canada

6.4.13 China

6.4.14 India

6.4.15 Mexico

6.4.16 Russia

6.4.17 South Korea

7 Appendix

7.1 Bibliography

7.2 Abbreviations

7.3 Methodology

7.3.1 Overview

7.3.2 Coverage

7.3.3 Secondary Research

7.4 Forecasting Methodology

7.5 Primary Research Efforts

7.6 About the Authors

7.6.1 Tina Deng, MSc, MBS, Analyst, Medical Devices

7.6.2 Linda Tian, MSc, Managing Analyst, Medical Devices

7.6.3 Tyler Fletcher, Global Head of Medical Devices

7.7 About

7.8 Disclaimer

1.1 List of Tables

Table 1: Product Recalls (2015-2016)

Table 2: Key Mergers and Acquisitions (2015-2016)

Table 3: Company Profile - Air Liquide

Table 4: Air Liquide SWOT Analysis, 2016

Table 5: Company Profile - Ambu

Table 6: Ambu SWOT Analysis, 2016

Table 7: Company Profile - CareFusion

Table 8: CareFusion SWOT Analysis, 2016

Table 9: Company Profile - Dräger

Table 10: Dräger SWOT Analysis, 2016

Table 11: Company Profile - Fisher & Paykel

Table 12: Fisher & Paykel SWOT Analysis, 2016

Table 13: Company Profile - GE

Table 14: GE SWOT Analysis, 2016

Table 15: Company Profile - Hamilton

Table 16: Hamilton SWOT Analysis, 2016

Table 17: Company Profile - Maquet

Table 18: Maquet SWOT Analysis, 2016

Table 19: Company Profile - Medtronic

Table 20: Medtronic SWOT Analysis, 2016

Table 21: Company Profile - Philips

Table 22: Philips SWOT Analysis, 2016

Table 23: Company Profile - ResMed

Table 24: ResMed SWOT Analysis, 2016

Table 25: Company Profile - Smiths

Table 26: Smiths SWOT Analysis, 2016

Table 27: Company Profile - Breathe Technologies

Table 28: Breathe Technologies SWOT Analysis, 2016

Table 29: Key Marketed Critical Care Ventilators

Table 30: Key Marketed Neonatal/Pediatric Ventilators

Table 31: Key Marketed Transport Ventilators

Table 32: Key Marketed Reusable Resuscitators

Table 33: Key Marketed Disposable Resuscitators

Table 34: Key Pipeline Products

Table 35: Key Clinical Trials

Table 36: Global Market Value Forecast by Segment for Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators, $m, 2014-2023

Table 37: NA Market Value Forecast by Segment for Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators, $m, 2014-2023

Table 38: EU Market Value Forecast by Segment for Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators, $m, 2014-2023

Table 39: APAC Market Value Forecast by Segment for Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators, $m, 2014-2023

Table 40: Global Market Value Forecast by Country for Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators, $m, 2014-2023

Table 41: Global Market Value Forecast by Country for Ventilators, $m, 2014-2023

Table 42: US Market Value Forecast by Segment for Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators, $m, 2014-2023

Table 43: France Market Value Forecast by Segment for Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators, $m, 2014-2023

Table 44: Germany Market Value Forecast by Segment for Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators, $m, 2014-2023

Table 45: Italy Market Value Forecast by Segment for Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators, $m, 2014-2023

Table 46: Spain Market Value Forecast by Segment for Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators, $m, 2014-2023

Table 47: UK Market Value Forecast by Segment for Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators, $m, 2014-2023

Table 48: Japan Market Value Forecast by Segment for Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators, $m, 2014-2023

Table 49: Australia Market Value Forecast by Segment for Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators, $m, 2014-2023

Table 50: Brazil Market Value Forecast by Segment for Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators, $m, 2014-2023

Table 51: Canada Market Value Forecast by Segment for Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators, $m, 2014-2023

Table 52: China Market Value Forecast by Segment for Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators, $m, 2014-2023

Table 53: India Market Value Forecast by Segment for Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators, $m, 2014-2023

Table 54: Mexico Market Value Forecast by Segment for Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators, $m, 2014-2023

Table 55: Russia Market Value Forecast by Segment for Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators, $m, 2014-2023

Table 56: South Korea Market Value Forecast by Segment for Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators, $m, 2014-2023

1.2 List of Figures

Figure 1: Global Company Share for Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators in the 15MM, 2016

Figure 2: NA Company Share for Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators, 2016

Figure 3: EU Company Share for Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators, 2016

Figure 4: APAC Company Share for Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators, 2016

Figure 5: Global Market Value Forecast for Home Care Ventilators in 15MM, 2014-2023

Figure 6: Global Market Value Forecast by Market Segment for Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators in the 15MM, 2016

Figure 7: Global Market Value Forecast by Market Segment for Ventilators, 2014-2023

Figure 8: Global Market Value Forecast by Market Segment for Resuscitators, 2014-2023

Figure 9: NA Market Value Forecast by Market Segment for Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators, 2014-2023

Figure 10: NA Market Value Forecast by Market Segment for Ventilators, 2014-2023

Figure 11: NA Market Value Forecast by Market Segment for Resuscitators, 2014-2023

Figure 12: EU Market Value Forecast by Market Segment for Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators, 2014-2023

Figure 13: EU Market Value Forecast by Market Segment for Ventilators, 2014-2023

Figure 14: EU Market Value Forecast by Market Segment for Resuscitators, 2014-2023

Figure 15: APAC Market Value Forecast by Market Segment for Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators, 2014-2023

Figure 16: APAC Market Value Forecast by Market Segment for Ventilators, 2014-2023

Figure 17: APAC Market Value Forecast by Market Segment for Resuscitators, 2014-2023

Figure 18: Global Market Value Forecast by Country for Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators, 2014-2023

Figure 19: Global Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators Market Share Comparison by Country, 2016 and 2023

Figure 20: Global Market Value Forecast by Country for Ventilators, 2014-2023

Figure 21: Global Ventilators Market Share Comparison by Country, 2016 and 2023

Figure 22: US Market Value Forecast by Segment for Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators, 2014-2023

Figure 23: US Market Value Forecast by Market Segment for Ventilators, 2014-2023

Figure 24: France Market Value Forecast by Segment for Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators, 2014-2023

Figure 25: France Market Value Forecast by Market Segment for Ventilators, 2014-2023

Figure 26: Germany Market Value Forecast by Segment for Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators, 2014-2023

Figure 27: Germany Market Value Forecast by Market Segment for Ventilators, 2014-2023

Figure 28: Italy Market Value Forecast by Segment for Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators, 2014-2023

Figure 29: Italy Market Value Forecast by Market Segment for Ventilators, 2014-2023

Figure 30: Spain Market Value Forecast by Segment for Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators, 2014-2023

Figure 31: Spain Market Value Forecast by Market Segment for Ventilators, 2014-2023

Figure 32: UK Market Value Forecast by Segment for Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators, 2014-2023

Figure 33: UK Market Value Forecast by Market Segment for Ventilators, 2014-2023

Figure 34: Japan Market Value Forecast by Segment for Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators, 2014-2023

Figure 35: Japan Market Value Forecast by Market Segment for Ventilators, 2014-2023

Figure 36: Australia Market Value Forecast by Segment for Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators, 2014-2023

Figure 37: Australia Market Value Forecast by Market Segment for Ventilators, 2014-2023

Figure 38: Brazil Market Value Forecast by Segment for Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators, 2014-2023

Figure 39: Brazil Market Value Forecast by Market Segment for Ventilators, 2014-2023

Figure 40: Canada Market Value Forecast by Segment for Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators, 2014-2023

Figure 41: Canada Market Value Forecast by Market Segment for Ventilators, 2014-2023

Figure 42: China Market Value Forecast by Segment for Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators, 2014-2023

Figure 43: China Market Value Forecast by Market Segment for Ventilators, 2014-2023

Figure 44: India Market Value Forecast by Segment for Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators, 2014-2023

Figure 45: India Market Value Forecast by Market Segment for Ventilators, 2014-2023

Figure 46: Mexico Market Value Forecast by Segment for Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators, 2014-2023

Figure 47: Mexico Market Value Forecast by Market Segment for Ventilators, 2014-2023

Figure 48: Russia Market Value Forecast by Segment for Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators, 2014-2023

Figure 49: Russia Market Value Forecast by Market Segment for Ventilators, 2014-2023

Figure 50: South Korea Market Value Forecast by Segment for Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators, 2014-2023

Figure 51: South Korea Market Value Forecast by Market Segment for Ventilators, 2014-2023

Figure 52: Primary Research Summary for Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators Market
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Air Liquide
  • Breathe Technologies Inc.
  • Fisher & Paykel
  • Laerdal Medical AS
  • Oricare Inc.
  • SLE Limited
  • MORE
Global respiratory ventilators and resuscitators market will surpass $1.2 billion by 2023.

The global market for respiratory ventilators and resuscitators is set to rise from around $990 million in 2016 to over $1.2 billion by 2023, representing a steady compound annual growth rate of 3.2%, according to research.

The company’s latest report states that the growth of elderly populations means the need for respiratory ventilators and resuscitators is growing rapidly across the 15 major markets of the US, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the UK, Japan, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, India, Mexico, Russia, and South Korea. Indeed, the huge geriatric population base suffering from diseases such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is the primary driver of the respiratory ventilations and resuscitators market, and continues to expand due to the endurance of smoking and poor air quality.

Tina Deng, the Analyst covering Medical Devices, notes: “Ventilators are highly involved with the diagnostic and therapeutic areas for acute and chronic respiratory diseases, as they reduce mortality risk in patients with diseases such as COPD, who also experience improvement in quality of life and exercise capacity.”

Other drivers include the growing number of critical care admissions, technological innovations, and UN global initiatives and government support.

Respiratory system diagnosis with ventilator support is the primary intensive care unit (ICU) admission diagnosis. As the need for intensive care continues to increase, the ratio of ICU beds to hospital beds will continue to rise as the ICU plays an ever-larger role at the center of acute hospital care, meaning the need for mechanical ventilation will increase.

Deng continues: “In terms of technology, ventilators are increasingly able to effectively ventilate different age groups in all healthcare settings, and are becoming integrated with color touch-screen displays, data management systems, and ventilator management protocols. In this way, as intensive care ventilators have similar core functionality nowadays, advanced modes and functions are more important as differentiating factors for purchasers, and manufacturers must remain innovative.

“Finally, the efforts to improve emergency neonatal care through the UN Commission have driven the increase of resuscitator usage. The commission identified neonatal resuscitation as one of 13 key strategic, cost-effective interventions that can prevent and reduce child mortality, with training programs such as Helping Babies Breathe improving both global and facility-level availability of resuscitation devices.”

- Comments provided by Tina Deng, the Analyst covering Medical Devices.
- Information based on the report: MediPoint: Respiratory Ventilators and Resuscitators - Global Analysis and Market Forecasts.
- This report was built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research, and in-house analysis conducted by a team of industry experts.
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  • Air Liquide
  • Ambu
  • ATOM Medical Corporation
  • Breas Medical AB
  • Breathe Technologies Inc.
  • CareFusion
  • Dräger
  • eVent Medical Inc.
  • Fisher & Paykel
  • GE
  • Hamilton
  • International Biomedical
  • Laerdal Medical AS
  • Maquet
  • Medtronic
  • Mercury Medical Inc.
  • O-Two Medical Technologies Inc.
  • Oricare Inc.
  • Philips
  • Providence Global Medical
  • ResMed
  • SLE Limited
  • Smiths
  • Spacelabs Healthcare Ltd.
  • Tecme S.A.
  • Thornhill Research Inc.
  • VBM Medizintechnik GmbH
  • VORTRAN Medical Technology 1 Inc.
  • Weinmann Gerate fur Medizin GmbH + Co. KG
  • Zoll Medical Corporation
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