Global Ventilator Market: Competitive Landscape
|発行||BIS Research Inc.||商品コード||933746|
|出版日||ページ情報||英文 51 Pages
|人工呼吸器の世界市場：競合情勢 Global Ventilator Market: Competitive Landscape|
|出版日: 2020年04月23日||ページ情報: 英文 51 Pages||
進行中の新型コロナウイルス感染症 (COVID-19) パンデミックが原因で、世界の人工呼吸器市場は、市場規模が急激に拡大しています。2018年の市場規模は10億7200万米ドルと推定され、COVID-19以前のシナリオでは、2026年末までにCAGRで7.1％の成長が予想されました。しかし、COVID-19のパンデミックによって、現在、45社以上の企業 (既存のヘルスケア企業、新興のヘルスケア企業を含む) が、この市場で事業を展開しています。
Global Ventilator Market to Reach $3,110 Million by the End of 2020 Due to COVID-19 Pandemic
Key Questions Answered:
The global ventilator market is witnessing an exponential rise in the size of the market due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The overall market was estimated to be $1,072 million in 2018, and it was expected to grow at a CAGR of 7.1% in the pre-COVID scenario by the end of 2026. However, the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in an extensive rise in the ventilator demand and has increased the growth rate by up to 176% in 2020. Presently, more than 45 companies are operating in this market, including already exiting healthcare companies and emerging healthcare companies.
The maximum number of installed ventilators are in the U.S., followed by China and India. However, there is still a requirement for an additional 85,000 ventilators in U.S. to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic. This demand and supply deficit of ventilators worldwide has led to major changes within the dynamics of the global ventilator market.
The exponential rise in respiratory infections due to the coronavirus pandemic has accelerated the demand for ventilators globally. Several healthcare companies, such as Koninklijke Philips N.V, Getinge AB, Smith Medical, Medtronic plc, Dragerwerk AG & Co. KGaA, GE Healthcare, and Zoll Medical Corporation have opted for various developmental strategies, including product launches, synergistic activities, product approvals and upgradations, funding and investments, and mergers and acquisitions in last four years to boost their market presence and growth. Also, these companies have managed to ramp up their production rate of ventilators to allow the availability of a large number of ventilators for critical patient care amidst the coronavirus pandemic.
Moreover, non-healthcare companies, such as Dyson Ltd, General Motors Company, Ford Motor Company, and Maruti Suzuki India Limited, have also committed to produce a large number of ventilators in a short period of time via collaborating with other healthcare companies and government organizations.