North America Ventilator Market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 7.34% during the forecast period and market is expected to reach US$ 8.2 Bn. by 2027. The report includes an analysis of the impact of COVID-19 lockdown on the revenue of market leaders, followers, and disruptors. Since the lockdown was implemented differently in various regions and countries; the impact of the same is also seen differently by regions and segments. The report has covered the current short-term and long-term impact on the market, and it would help the decision-makers to prepare the outline and strategies for companies by region.
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North America Ventilator Market Dynamics:A medical ventilator is a specific machine designed for moving breathable air in and out of the lungs. It helps in providing air to any patient who is physically unfit to breathe, or in certain circumstances is breathing insufficiently. Nowadays, modern ventilators are computerized, where patients are ventilated using a simple bag valve mask, which is hand-operated. Ventilators are mostly used in intensive care units (ICU) and at times in-home care as well. Ventilators may also be used for giving emergency medicine at times as standalone units or sometimes in anesthesia forming component of an anesthesia machine. Medical ventilators are also known as respirators because of their functionality, which has changed nowadays owing to the singularity in the meaning of the word respirator that only is referred to as a protective face mask. The mechanical ventilator, in general, helps in assisting the patient’s breathing and needs to be properly monitored depending on the patient's needs. For patients that need the highest amount of assistance, ventilators fully control both the volume and duration of breath for the complete respiration cycle.
North America Ventilator Market Segment Analysis:The ventilator market for North America has been divided into mobility, type, mode, interface, end-user, and geography. Based on mobility, the market has been segmented into intensive care and portable ventilators. Intensive care ventilators contributed the largest market share with factors such as increasing adaptation of ventilation systems in ICU wards that have also seen a steady growth post-government grants and intervention. Healthcare infrastructure has seen a huge growth in both developing and developed countries. This has resulted in the growing application of advanced ventilator systems in North America. On the basis of the interface, it is an invasive ventilation system that held a larger market share. The growing application of ventilator systems for respiratory and neurological diseases has been a key driver that has resulted in the growing application of invasive ventilators. Hospitals and clinics have formed the largest segment based on applications. The development of healthcare infrastructure along with the demand for personalized medical treatment among patients has led to the high adoption of ventilators in hospitals and clinics.
North America Ventilator Market Country Insights:US and Canada have been two key regions that have experienced large-scale adoption of ventilators. The rise in pollution rate along with the growing number of cases related to respiratory troubles even for neo-natal care has been some major reasons that boosted overall demand for ventilators in North America.
North America Ventilator Market Research Methodology:The market is estimated by triangulation of data points obtained from various sources and feeding them into a simulation model created individually for each market. The data points are obtained from paid and unpaid sources along with paid primary interviews with key opinion leaders (KOLs) in the market. KOLs from both, demand and supply sides were considered while conducting interviews to get an unbiased idea of the market. This exercise was done at a country level to get a fair idea of the market in countries considered for this study. Later this country-specific data was accumulated to come up with regional numbers and then arrive at the market value for the North American Ventilator market.
North America Ventilator Market Key Target Audience:• Ventilator manufacturers • Hospitals, clinics, and Nursing homes • Home healthcare agencies • Assisted living facilities • Healthcare insurance providers • Market research and consulting firms • Venture capitalists and investors
North America Ventilator Market, Key Highlights:• North America Ventilator Market analysis and forecast, in terms of value. • Comprehensive study and analysis of market drivers, restraints and opportunities influencing the growth of the North America Ventilator Market • North America Ventilator Market segmentation on the basis of type, source, end-user, and region (country-wise) has been provided. • North America Ventilator Market strategic analysis with respect to individual growth trends, future prospects along with the contribution of various sub-market stakeholders have been considered under the scope of study. • North America Ventilator Market analysis and forecast for five major regions namely North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, the Middle East & Africa (MEA) and Latin America along with country-wise segmentation. • Profiles of key industry players, their strategic perspective, market positioning and analysis of core competencies are further profiled. • Competitive developments, investments, strategic expansion and competitive landscape of the key players operating in the North America Ventilator Market are also profiled. The report has considered the base year of 2019 and past four years trend. 2020 figures are at actuals, however due to different dynamics of year 2020, market forecast is not only dependent upon 2020, but on the basis of 2016-2020.
Scope of the North America Ventilator Market Report:
North America Ventilator Market, by Mobility• Intensive Care Ventilators • High-end ICU Ventilators • Mid-end ICU Ventilators • Basic ICU Ventilators • Portable/Transportable Ventilators
North America Ventilator Market, by Type• Adult/Pediatric Ventilators • Neonatal/Infant Ventilators
North America Ventilator Market, by Interface• Invasive Ventilation • Non-invasive Ventilation
North America Ventilator Market, by Mode• Combined Mode Ventilation • Volume Mode Ventilation • Pressure Mode Ventilation • Others
North America Ventilator Market, by End-user• Hospitals and Clinics • Home Care • Ambulatory Care Centers • Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
North America Ventilator Market, by Geography• North America • US • Canada
North America Ventilator Market Geographic Analysis• Breakdown of US Ventilator market • Breakdown of Canada Ventilator market
North America Ventilator Market, Key Players• ResMed • Becton, Dickinson and Company • Allied Healthcare Products • GE Healthcare • Neumovent • Thomas Net • Johnson&Johnson • Medtronic Inc. • Cardinal Health Inc. • Boston Scientific Corp. • Philips • Getinge • Drager • Smiths Group • Hamilton Medical • Fisher & Paykel • Air Liquide • Asahi Kasei • Penlon Limited • Vyaire
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Ventilator Market1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 2. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 2.1. Market Definition 2.2. Market Scope 2.3. Data Sources 3. MARKET VARIABLES & SCOPE 3.1. Market Segmentation & Scope 3.2. Market Driver Analysis 3.3. Market Restraint Analysis 3.4. Penetration &Growth Prospect Mapping 3.5. Market SWOT Analysis, By Factor (political & legal, economic and technological) 3.6. Porter’s Five Forces Industry Analysis 3.7. Market Value Chain Analysis 4. MOBILITY ESTIMATES & TREND ANALYSIS (2019 – 2026) 4.1. Ventilator Market: Mobility Analysis 4.2. Intensive Care Ventilators 4.2.1. Intensive Care Ventilators market, 2019 – 2026 (USD billion) 4.3. Portable/Transportable Ventilators 5. TYPE ESTIMATES & TREND ANALYSIS (2019 – 2026) 5.1. Ventilator Market: Type Analysis 5.2. Adult/Pediatric Ventilators 5.2.1. Adult/Pediatric Ventilators market, 2019 – 2026 (USD billion) 5.3. Neonatal/Infant Ventilators 5.3.1. Neonatal/Infant Ventilators market, 2019 – 2026 (USD billion) 6. INTERFACE ESTIMATES & TREND ANALYSIS (2019 – 2026) 6.1. Ventilator Market: Interface Analysis 6.2. Invasive Ventilation 6.2.1. Invasive Ventilation market, 2019 – 2026 (USD billion) 6.3. Commercial Vehicles 6.3.1. Non-invasive Ventilation market, 2019 – 2026 (USD billion) 7. MODE ESTIMATES & TREND ANALYSIS (2019 – 2026) 7.1. Ventilator Market: Mode Analysis 7.2. Combined Mode Ventilation 7.2.1. Combined Mode Ventilation market, 2019 – 2026 (USD billion) 7.3. Volume Mode Ventilation 7.3.1. Volume Mode Ventilation market, 2019 – 2026 (USD billion) 7.4. Pressure Mode Ventilation 7.4.1. Pressure Mode Ventilation market, 2019 – 2026 (USD billion) 7.5. Others 7.5.1. Others market, 2019 – 2026 (USD billion) 8. END-USER ESTIMATES & TREND ANALYSIS (2019 – 2026) 8.1. Ventilator Market: End-User Analysis 8.2. Hospitals and Clinics 8.2.1. Hospitals and Clinics market, 2019 – 2026 (USD billion) 8.3. Home Care 8.3.1. Home Care market, 2019 – 2026 (USD billion) 8.4. Ambulatory Care Centers 8.4.1. Ambulatory Care Centers market, 2019 – 2026 (USD billion) 8.5. Emergency Medical Services (EMS) 8.5.1. Emergency Medical Services (EMS) market, 2019 – 2026 (USD billion) 9. REGIONAL ESTIMATES & TREND ANALYSIS BY MOBILITY, TYPE, MODE, INTERFACE, AND END-USER (2019 – 2026) 9.1. Ventilator market share by country, 2019 & 2025 9.2. US 9.2.1. US Ventilator market, 2019 – 2026 (USD billion) 9.3. Canada 9.3.1. Canada Ventilator market, 2019 – 2026 (USD billion) 10. MARKET COMPETITION ANALYSIS 10.1. Strategy Framework 10.2. Company Profiles 10.2.1. ResMed 10.2.1.1. Company Overview 10.2.1.2. Financial Performance 10.2.1.3. Product Benchmarking 10.2.1.4. Strategic Initiatives 10.2.2. Boston Scientific Corp. 10.2.2.1. Company Overview 10.2.2.2. Financial Performance 10.2.2.3. Product Benchmarking 10.2.2.4. Strategic Initiatives 10.2.3. Becton, Dickinson and Company 10.2.3.1. Company Overview 10.2.3.2. Financial Performance 10.2.3.3. Product Benchmarking 10.2.3.4. Strategic Initiatives 10.2.4. Allied Healthcare Products. 10.2.4.1. Company Overview 10.2.4.2. Financial Performance 10.2.4.3. Product Benchmarking 10.2.4.4. Strategic Initiatives 10.2.5. GE Healthcare 10.2.5.1. Company Overview 10.2.5.2. Financial Performance 10.2.5.3. Product Benchmarking 10.2.5.4. Strategic Initiatives 10.2.6. Neumovent 10.2.6.1. Company Overview 10.2.6.2. Financial Performance 10.2.6.3. Product Benchmarking 10.2.6.4. Strategic Initiatives 10.2.7. Thomas Net 10.2.7.1. Company Overview 10.2.7.2. Financial Performance 10.2.7.3. Product Benchmarking 10.2.7.4. Strategic Initiatives 10.2.8. Johnson&Johnson 10.2.8.1. Company Overview 10.2.8.2. Financial Performance 10.2.8.3. Product Benchmarking 10.2.8.4. Strategic Initiatives 10.2.9. Medtronic Inc. 10.2.9.1. Company Overview 10.2.9.2. Financial Performance 10.2.9.3. Product Benchmarking 10.2.9.4. Strategic Initiatives 10.2.10. Cardinal Health Inc. 10.2.10.1. Company Overview 10.2.10.2. Financial Performance 10.2.10.3. Product Benchmarking 10.2.10.4. Strategic Initiatives 10.2.11. Philips 10.2.12. Getinge 10.2.13. Drager 10.2.14. Smiths Group 10.2.15. Hamilton Medical 10.2.16. Fisher & Paykel 10.2.17. Air Liquide 10.2.18. Asahi Kasei 10.2.19. Penlon Limited 10.2.20. Vyaire