By combining cutting-edge technology of actuators, sensors, and digital electronics together with sophisticated data processing algorithms, the modern ventilator can adjust its action in real time.
Buyers continue to rely on imports for the critical-care ventilator equipment, where support is received from vendors in continuous innovation and product improvement.
Better understanding of physiology, anatomy, and disease patterns is triggering a new wave of innovation in ventilation.
The ventilator segment is poised to see a steady growth of 10 percent, over the next 5 years with the imported brands continuing to dominate the market.
The Indian ventilator market is expected to continue its journey of 10 percent annual growth over the next few years.
Advances in product technologies are recognizing the opportunity of providing ventilation, not only in critical care settings but also in sub-acute care and homecare settings.
The needs of the emerging markets are different from that of developed different strategies and system engineering paradigms need to be applied.
The focus has shifted toward improved technologies that prevent lung injury, reduce the time that patients have to spend on mechanical ventilation, and improved synchrony between the patient and ventilator