Global non-invasive ventilators market size to surpass around US$ 2.9 Bn by the end of 2028 with a 6.5% over the period between 2021 and 2028.
The rising demand for home care ventilator systems and consumables is expected to boost the global non-invasive market during the forecast period.
The prevalence of COPD, asthma, and pneumonia is high across the globe. Moreover, rise in the awareness and advancements in diagnostic tools are increasing the diagnostic rate of these diseases. This, in turn, is likely to propel the consumption of non-invasive systems, such as non-invasive PPV and high flow nasal cannula O2 delivery, to treat these conditions.
The demand within the global non-invasive ventilators market is set to increase at a sound pace in the times to follow. There is little contention about the unprecedented use of ventilators across all major healthcare facilities. The development of high-performance ventilators has pushed the medical and healthcare industries towards fruition by reducing the mortality rate across several territories. In addition to this, majority of medical practitioners focus on developing a robust infrastructure that can aid the operations of the healthcare sector. The use of non-invasive ventilators has increased as healthcare units look to offer greater utility to ailing patients. In this scenario, the total volume of revenues within the global non-invasive ventilators market shall grow at a sturdy pace.
Asia Pacific is considered to be a high-growth regional market for non-invasive ventilators. Infrastructural development and improved healthcare policies promoting better care provision are likely to be responsible for this growth. Surge in government investments in healthcare infrastructure in countries such as India and China, and strategic alliances among players to penetrate developing markets are expected to offer lucrative opportunities. As a result of this, new market entrants can consider developing economies for geographical expansion. In terms of market segments, investments for developing non-invasive ventilator consumables are likely to create greater sales revenue. Furthermore, focus on providing non-invasive ventilators in homecare settings could be a highly profitable avenue for competitors.
Increase in Demand for Homecare and Portable Non-Invasive Ventilators the Latest Trend
Low Adoption Rate of Expensive Non-Invasive Ventilators Restrains the Non-Invasive Ventilators Market
Rising Incidence of Pulmonary Diseases
The use of non-invasive ventilators for patients suffering from pulmonary diseases has increased by leaps and bounds. Medical researchers attribute the rising incidence of lung diseases to growing pollution levels across the globe. There is a pressing demand for improved infrastructure, especially across high-end healthcare units. The central healthcare authorities of all leading countries are making deliberate efforts to increase the total number of ventilators available across that region. Moreover, the national development index of countries largely depends on the quality of healthcare equipment and devices available across various centers. This factor has compelled national healthcare bodies to increase their spending on buying life-sustaining equipment such as ventilators. Considering the factors stated above, it is legit to project that the global non-invasive ventilators market would grow by leaps and bounds over the next decade.
Outbreak of Covid-19 Pandemic
The healthcare industry is at an important juncture in the current times, majorly due to the outbreak of the covid-19 pandemic. Apart from causing widespread panic and concern across the healthcare industry, the pandemic has driven demand for several healthcare devices and equipment. Several nations have already taken a decision on increasing their healthcare spending. A number of initiatives taken to consolidate non-healthcare sector has been pulled back, creating new opportunities for advancements in healthcare facilities. Therefore, the outbreak of this pandemic has led to the generation of fresh revenues for healthcare manufacturers. Supply chains of healthcare manufacturers have got special traction from state authorities. Easy availability and rebates on manufacturing shall create new opportunities for growth within the global non-invasive ventilators market.
Patients affected with coronavirus need to be put on ventilators in the most serious stages of treatment. Therefore, the growing incidence of the infection has compelled medical authorities to demand large stocks of ventilators from state bodies. Several countries have released figures about the number of ventilators available at their disposable. This has helped in evaluating the unmet needs of the medical and healthcare industries of that particular region. Therefore, development of new centers and hubs for treatment of covid-19 shall play a vital role in the growth of the global non-invasive ventilators market. Several governments have funded special projects for manufacturing ventilators to contain rising mortality rates across the globe.
Unveiling the Progress Path
The history of non-invasive ventilation dates back to the 20th century. Non-invasive ventilation was first used for the treatment of patients with acute respiratory failure, in the 1940s. The long-term use of non-invasive ventilators began to spur towards ventilatory progress during the 1980s. This was attributed to the improved understanding of the sleep physiology and beneficial effects of Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP). However, it was not until 1987 that the world witnessed the development of so-called modern non-invasive ventilation. Over the past two decades, the use of non-invasive ventilators has witnessed substantial growth, as technology advances, and the field of healthcare progresses on a fast-paced trajectory.
Presently, a robust evidence base detailing the efficacy of non-invasive ventilation in aggravations of cardiogenic pulmonary edema, acute respiratory failure, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease in immunocompromised patients, highlights its evolutionary path. Moreover, its contribution in other settings such as hypoxemic acute respiratory failure and the management of patients who disapprove the process of endotracheal intubation is increasing rapidly.
Impact of Undercurrents on the Non-invasive Ventilators Industry
According to WHO, chronic respiratory disease affects nearly one billion individuals, globally, making it one of the leading causes of death. This disease is prevalent in numerous forms, including chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), chronic bronchitis, asthma, pulmonary hypertension, and occupational lung disease. COPD occurrence has been closely linked to the rising air pollution in rural areas, and the burden of the disease is likely to grow in urban areas on account of the increasing prevalence of tobacco smoking. The demand for therapeutic devices such as non-invasive ventilators is likely to rise due to an increase in the diagnostic rates of various respiratory diseases.
The healthcare industry has witnessed rapid transformation over the years. As healthcare is becoming decentralized, patient care has exhibited a paradigm shift towards homes. Consumers are placing reliance on homecare with the constant support of technologically-advanced wearables, which not only aid in medication administration but also monitor treatment progress. Decentralizing healthcare to local centers is likely to enhance efficiency and address resource scarcity.
Another aspect that is likely to shape the future of the non-invasive ventilators market is the trends of portability and miniaturization, remote patient monitoring, and connectivity. Portable variants could be of use for treating patients with conditions such as pneumonia or in the course of mass casualty events.
One of the most common reasons that could hamper the adoption of non-invasive ventilators is the lack of experience. A substantial number of physicians do not use the conventional mode of non-invasive ventilation support. Proper application of masks and minimized air leaks are among the most vital factors that aid in improving patient compliance and ensuring enhanced ventilation. A protocol-based use of non-invasive ventilators remains crucial, which has created the need for providing adequate training for operators.
Key players operating in the global non-invasive ventilators market include
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Key companies are increasing their investments in research and development activities for the discovery of new products. There has also been a rise in the government funding for the introduction of new Non-invasive ventilators market. These factors have benefited the growth of the global market for Non-invasive ventilators. Going forward, key companies are predicted to benefit from the new product launches and the adoption of technological advancements. Technical advancements have benefited many industries and the global industry is not an exception.
New product launches and the expansion of already existing business are predicted to benefit the key players in maintaining their dominance in the global market for Non-invasive ventilators. The global market is segmented on the basis of region, application, en-users and product type. Based on region, the market is divided into North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America and Middle East and Africa (MEA).
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