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COVID-19 Pandemic to Propel Growth of Global Mechanical Ventilators Market

By HospiMedica International staff writers
Posted on 27 Jul 2020
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The global mechanical ventilators market is set to grow at a steady rate over the next few years and witness generation of novel growth opportunities with the COVID-19 pandemic acting as the major propeller of growth.

These are the latest findings of TMR Research (San Francisco, CA, USA), a market research and consulting services firm.

As millions of people become infected globally and many needing critical care, the demand for ventilators has soared which has become a key growth driver for the market. The demand for ventilators will remain high in hospitals and other care facilities where authorities will try to stock up on life-saving equipment. Additionally, the players in the vendor landscape are likely to adopt novel growth strategies which will keep the mechanical ventilators market buoyant.

The improving healthcare infrastructure in developing economies and growing awareness about accessible medications for constant respiratory ailments has led to faster acceptance of mechanical ventilators in these nations, thereby boosting the market growth. Increasing government support, higher discretionary cashflow, and private subsidizing for counteraction and effective treatment of respiratory illnesses will act as the key growth drivers of the mechanical ventilators market. The increasing requirement for critical care for delayed sicknesses and extended treatment for lung diseases among the young and grown-up population are expected to contribute further to the growth of the global mechanical ventilators market over the coming years.

An increase in the incidence of respiratory diseases, such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is also driving a higher demand for mechanical ventilators. Additionally, the rising geriatric population is expected to further boost market growth. Strong government support, particularly in developing economies, is likely to fuel the growth of the mechanical ventilators market. Manufacturers in developing economies, such as India and China, are focusing on producing cost-proficient, minimally-invasive ventilators to cater to the growing demand. Technological advancements, such as improved weaning, better gas trade, improvement in oxygenation, and minimum harm to the lungs will also contribute further to the market growth.

Governments across the world, particularly in the developing regions, are making efforts to improve healthcare outcomes, particularly in the case of a raging pandemic. Over the next few years, North America is set to account for a large share of the global mechanical ventilators market, although Asia Pacific is set to achieve notable growth. The growth of the mechanical ventilators market in Asia Pacific will come on the back of the robust healthcare infrastructure and key manufacturers present in the region. The growth of the North American mechanical ventilators market will be led by improving infrastructure and increase in incidence of chronic illnesses in the region. Asia Pacific is projected to hold the largest share in the global mechanical ventilators market due to rising cases of coronavirus in India and other Asian countries. Since the coronavirus originated in China, the country is witnessing the highest demand for mechanical ventilators. As a result, the global mechanical ventilators market will be dominated by the Asia Pacific region over the coming years.

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