Global Information Inc. would like to present a new market research report, "Portable and Transport Ventilator Market Shares Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2010 to 2016" by WinterGreen Research, Inc..
Portable and transport ventilator markets, valued at $1.2 billion in 2009, are forecasted to achieve $2.5 billion by 2016. The introduction of portable ventilators has brought new ways of treating patients with respiratory disease more efficiently. New units have been developed that work across the board in hospital and home situations. A new report from WinterGreen Research says, "This evolution of the portable ventilator means that clinicians have more flexibility of care decisions, moving people home on the same ventilator used in the hospital even without weaning."
Hospitals are increasingly moving ventilated patients in to alternate care delivery settings considering studies have revealed that ventilated patients are not a source of profit for the hospital. As the size, portability, and technology of ventilators continue to progress, the trend will be for portable ventilators to become the "treatment modality of choice in many cases." In short, the essential aspect of portable ventilator implementation relates to patient treatment flexibility. "The ability to be responsive to changing patient conditions is central to the task of controlling hospital costs."
What is an example of the latest ventilator on the market?
CareFusions EnVe"! Ventilator is an example of a comprehensive, full-featured pediatric/adult critical care ventilator. It contains a patented ActivCore gas delivery system with unprecedented miniaturization, which enables a single ventilator to deliver exact, high-end critical care ventilation, both invasively and noninvasively.
Why is the EnVe Ventilator so revolutionary?
Clinicians no longer have to compromise patient safety by swapping out ventilators for various treatments with the EnVe system. Additionally, EnVes modular design enables detachment of the ventilator, which can be easily transported with the patient through care areas. This feature reduces the need for circuit disconnections and ventilation level maintenance.