Preterm birth is one of the most prevalent cause of stillbirths, or fetal mortality, and neonatal morbidity & mortality. In the U.S. alone, premature births account for nearly 10% of the newborn babies annually.
Insufficient and improper nutrition delivery, a primary cause of preterm birth, has been lined with many health diseases and cardiovascular malignancies.
Increase in the number of stillbirths on the coattails of preterm birth has raised concerns with regard to safety monitoring, such as heart rate monitoring.
Alterations in readings of heart rate in conventional fetal and neonatal heart monitor has created confusion among clinicians and patients in the past.
False readings have further misled diagnosis and treatment, thereby posing high risk to fetus. Recognizing the concern, fetal and neonatal heart monitor manufacturers have introduced novel solutions in order to prevent false diagnosis and avoid ambiguities.
Smart pulse fetal heart monitoring technology developed by Philips is one such novel development perceived in the market.
This report envisages the fetal and neonatal heart monitor market to record a steady 5.5% value CAGR in the period of forecast, 2018 to 2028.
Opportunities Abound in Fetal and Neonatal Heart Monitors for Metabolic Disorder Induced Risks
Despite intensive efforts taken for interpretation of fetal and neonatal heart rate to prevent hypoxia, challenges prevail regarding complete diagnosis of heart rate pattern changes, particularly caused by metabolic disorders.
New research approaches are being introduced for facilitating care of fetal and neonatal hypoxia cost-effectively, as a means to alleviate expensive and complication procedure related to computerized Cardiotocograph (CTG).
One of these approaches is to assess mobile resuscitation devices, which are particularly designed for simplifying newborn resuscitation at bedside through an intact cord, as iatrogenic interference with “auto-resuscitation” occurs post-separation of newborn babies from their placental transfusion.
Another effective approach the use of CO breath analyzers during the period of labor, which is easy-to-use, speedy, and non-invasive technology.
This technology enables identifying most frequent conditions causing metabolic academia and hypoxia.
Vested interest and rigid mindset of equipment manufacturers who seek lucrative medico-legal practices point at over-longstanding dependency on CTG.
However, new research approaches being introduced have paved new avenues for manufacturers of fetal and neonatal heart monitor.
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Fetal and Neonatal Heart Monitor: Novel Modality Developments Offering Framework for Non-Invasive Evaluation
Healthcare professionals recommend intrapartum fetal heart rate (FHR) monitor during labor for proper assessment of fetal wellbeing.
Despite high penetration, fetal scalp electrode monitor and external Doppler have been deemed to have significant shortcomings, which in turn has led toward the development of non-invasive modality technologies as possible alternatives.
Intrapartum fetal heart rate monitoring using Electronic Uterine Monitoring (EUM) is considered to be a notable development in the field.
Comparative analysis carried out between accuracy of FHR trace via novel EUM, and fetal scalp electrode monitor and external Doppler has shown accuracy of the former to be significant higher.
Intrapartum FHR via EUM has been proved to be accurate and valid, offering higher yields in correlations with the internal scalp electrode monitoring and external Doppler.
Such novel modality developments are likely to impart greater framework for intrapartum FHR’s non-invasive evaluation.
Fetal and Neonatal Heart Monitor Market Taxonomy & Segmentation Analysis
This report also offers a scrutinized study on the market for fetal and neonatal heart monitor in terms of a segmentation analysis.
The market has been divided into five key segments, viz., product type, end-user, modality, and region.
These segments have been analyzed in detail, engulfing market forecasts and estimates at a country and regional level.
The segmentation analysis offered can be useful for the report readers in understanding probable opportunities and potential markets for the target product – fetal and neonatal heart monitor.
A taxonomy table incorporated in the report illustrates all the market segments in a systematic manner as depicted below.
Fetal and Neonatal Heart Monitor Market Scope Of The Report
Fact.MR’s recently published report propounds valuable insights and accurate forecasts on the fetal and neonatal heart monitor market for the period of forecast, 2018 to 2028.
Key parameters such as impact of current and future growth determinants & deterrents, expected developments & regulatory scenario, demand statistics, and raw material procurement & supply are elucidated and analyzed.
Influence of these parameters on the fetal and neonatal heart monitor market’s growth has been quantified for deriving a market growth rate estimate.
Competitive Landscape Assessment on Fetal and Neonatal Heart Monitor Market
In its concluding chapter, the report quantifies revenues share of prominent companies in the fetal and neonatal heart monitor market, and offers an in-depth overview of the market’s competitive scenario.
A detailed description has been delivered on all the market players profiled in the report, which includes intelligence in terms of their company overview, key financials, product overview, past as well as latest developments.
A SWOT analysis on each market player profiled has been incorporated in the report, along with information on their new product developments, and market expansion strategies such as collaborations and partnerships.
The scope of the report is offer its readers with authentic information and insights on the fetal and neonatal heart monitor market, to enable them in making better future decisions for growth of the businesses.
Robust Research Methodology to Provide Authentic Market Intelligence
A tested & proven research approach is employed by analysts at Fact.MR for evaluating key industry dynamics and offering precise and authentic market intelligence.
A blend of primary & secondary research has been implemented for offering estimates and forecasts on the fetal and neonatal heart monitor market.
Secondary research forms initial phase of our research, wherein the analysts conduct extensive information mining by referring to up-to-date and verified data resources that include technical journals, regulatory and government published material, and independent studies, which forms the basis of the market estimates.
All the market estimates and forecast offered are further verified via an exhaustive primary research, wherein interviews are conducted with leading market participants, and industry experts.
These comprehensive primary interviews aid in validating the information procured and gain significant industry insights, estimations and key developments.
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