Non-invasive Ventilator Market
Non-invasive Ventilator Market Analysis by Product Type (Electric, Pneumatic, Elecro-Pneumatic), & By End User (Hospitals, Specialty Clinics, Home Care Settings, Ambulatory Surgical Centers) - Global Market Insights 2023 to 2033
Analysis of Non-invasive Ventilator Market Covering 30+ Countries Including Analysis of US, Canada, UK, Germany, France, Nordics, GCC countries, Japan, Korea and many more
Non-invasive Ventilator Market Outlook (2023 to 2033)
A type of mechanical ventilation called non-invasive ventilation (NIV) supports breathing without the use of an intrusive technique like intubation. Non-invasive ventilators are machines that provide patients with positive pressure ventilation via a mask or other similar interface.
It can be used to treat a variety of respiratory disorders, including acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS), congestive heart failure, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). The use of NIV can increase oxygenation, lessen breathing effort, and lessen the need for intubation and invasive mechanical ventilation, both of which include a variety of dangers and consequences.
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Why is demand for NIV anticipated to rise?
The recent global pandemic has also fostered demand for ventilators as many people suffered from respiratory failure. The respiratory illness occurred due to the pandemic primarily affecting lungs leading to a rise in respiratory distress syndrome cases.
In severe cases, these patients required mechanical ventilation that helps in breathing. As there is a rise in no of cases across the globe demand for these ventilators was driven by the healthcare sector to a great extent. In many regions, demand was so skyrocketing that it resulted in a shortage of these machines for a certain time.
As per the research done by World Health Organisation (WHO), about 65 million people suffer from moderate to severe respiratory diseases. The aging population suffering from chronic respiratory conditions is a key driver of demand. The patients of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease as well as asthma are key affecting diseases among a mass population that drives sales of non-invasive ventilators in recent years.
Non-invasive ventilation has also been shown to improve outcomes and reduce hospitalization and mortality rates in patients with respiratory failure, making it an important tool in the management of respiratory conditions. Additionally, NIV can be used in a variety of settings, including hospitals, long-term care facilities, and home care settings, providing patients with greater flexibility and improving their quality of life.
Neonatal ventilators are also in demand due to a rise in respiratory diseases among new-borns. However Neonatal ventilators are invasive and require the insertion of a tube into the airway, while non-invasive ventilators deliver air or oxygen through a mask or nasal prongs.
However, the market growth can be retrained due to the high cost of these machines in the forecast period. Moreover, the risk of setup errors could deter the adoption rate for these machines in the forecast period.
Trends in the market
Manufacturers have started to work on making these machines more compact and portable in recent years. With the integration of advanced features such as bi-level positive airway pressure systems, these ventilators are set to become further effective.
Non-invasive ventilators are increasingly being used in home care settings, providing patients with greater flexibility and improving their quality of life. This trend is driven by factors such as the growing geriatric population, the increasing prevalence of respiratory diseases, and the focus on reducing healthcare costs.
Patient-Centered Care to bring a swift uptake.
The incorporation of patient feedback in the optimization of therapy is being made possible by these companies. The trend of customization is likely to stay for longer in these ventilators where machines will be meeting the specific needs of patients.
These ventilators are increasingly being integrated into other medical devices including oxygen conservators in order to offer more respiratory care.
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Globally the regional share of markets varies in terms of healthcare infrastructure, and demographic factors. At present, North America holds a high share of this industry owing to the high prevalence of breathing disorders. These countries are also advanced in terms of healthcare technology which in turn contributes to growth in demand for NIVs.
After North America, Europe is another leading region in this market driven by its large aging population and developed healthcare infrastructure. Apart from these factors, it’s also a region where leading manufacturers belong.
The industry was likely to gain growth at the fastest pace in the Asia Pacific region due to the growing population. These governments are making significant investments in developing healthcare infrastructure which is a key factor of growth ahead. Japan is expected to represent a significant share in the global market, due to strong reimbursement policies and the increasing aging population.
- ResMed Inc.
- Teleflex Incorporated
- Hamilton Bonaduz AG
- HEYER Medical AG
- Respironics, Inc.
- Airon Corporation
- Fisher & Paykel Healthcare
- medin Medical Innovations GmbH
- Mindray Medical International Limited
- O-Two Medical Technologies Inc.
- Phoenix Medical Systems Pvt. Ltd.
- Smiths Medical, Inc.
- WILAmed GmbH
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- March 2023- Airon corporation has developed a pNeuton mini ventilator for babies. These are made to use in portable ventilation and NICU. This is a small lightweight and precise ventilator designed for patients from 400 grams to 25 Kg. Additionally, MRI-compatible, the pNeuton small ventilator enables scanning without image artifacts. There are no Gauss line restrictions when the ventilator is placed close to the MRI magnet. The best part is that it may be used to improve patient safety by connecting to a remote alarm in the MRI control room.
- October 2019- Pheonix medical devices company developed Brammi a servo-controlled cooling system that shows improved results for babies. The treatment reduces the infant's body temperature to 32 degrees Celsius for 72 hours, which slows down the metabolic rate and prevents additional brain cell damage from lack of oxygen. Blood supply is also restored to harmed cells during this time.
Based on product type :
Based on the end-user :
- Specialty Clinics
- Home Care Settings
- Ambulatory Surgical Centers
Based on the regions :
- North America (U.S., Canada)
- Latin America (Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Peru, Chile, Rest of LATAM)
- Europe (Germany, Italy, U.K, Spain, France, Nordic countries, BENELUX, Eastern Europe, Rest of Europe)
- CIS & Russia
- Asia Pacific Excluding Japan ( Greater China, India, South Korea, ASEAN Countries, Rest of APEJ)
- Middle East and Africa (GCC Countries, Turkey, Iran, Israel, S. Africa, Rest of MEA)
- FAQs -
The market worth is likely to grow at 5.8% over the forecast years (2023-2033).
The rising incidence of respiratory disorders is driving the market growth.
North America region is expected to be the most lucrative market for industry players.
The research is based on- product type, end users, and regions as market segments.