The cardiac patient monitoring hospital devices market was above USD 3.5 billion in 2012 and is estimated to reach USD 5.3 billion at 5.5% growth rate over the forecast period. It continues to grow with penetration into all areas of expansion of hospitals and further. The mounted base continues to rise as substitute of unit is extended to 12 years and above. Critical care units had the cardiac monitor units initially but primary disease patients have complications affecting heart and require monitoring other than the cardiac care units. Resourceful companies perch to enter the industry, most probably via acquisition. Even with merger and acquisition the vendors are perched for facing high competition. Breathlessness is the common symptom of this disease therefore it is often wrongly diagnosed for respiratory disease and overlooked by the sufferer not understanding the symptoms. Monitoring of cardiac patients might detect arrhythmias and start the treatment fast before it’s too late to rectify failure of heart. Detecting fast and starting quick treatment is necessary. Technology of hospital cardiac patient monitoring is essential support to provide the treatment. Every department in the hospitals as well as during move have augmented admittance to the device. The patient understands its importance and treatment of cardiac symptoms instead waiting till the condition deteriorates. Monitoring of cardiac patients is developing as arrangements are smaller and offer good functionality. The major factor for competition which affects achievement of cardiac monitoring solution comprises many limitations. The industry is struggling to attain a focus on well-being and health initiatives. Vendors struggle to avail balanced collection of business with the aim of attaining leadership position globally. Vendors hunt for delivering performance beyond the level of benchmark. Confrontments are putting pressure on hospital patients’ cardiac monitoring business performance. If disease of persistent conditions is treated early, patients show an early improving condition and early involvement can make a lot of difference. Treatment of patients is better in environment of wellness before the sign of disease being chronic and before developing the symptoms by means of lifestyle problems. The key market players include Philips, General Electric, Nihon Kohden, Mindray, Opto Circuits, Fukuda DenshiFukuda Denshi, and OSI / SpaceLabs. Companies Profiled Market Leaders Philips Nihon Kohden OSI / SpaceLabs Opto Circuits / Criticare Systems General Electric (GE) Mindray Fukuda DenshiFukuda Denshi Market Participants Schiller Opto Circuits Criticare Systems Mortara Biolight Mindray Guangdong Biolight Meditech Drager Cardiac Science Check Out These Key Topics Patient Monitoring Wireless Nodes Microcontroller Patient Monitoring Vibration-Based Wireless Energy Piezoelectric Energy Harvesters Thermoelectrics Generating Power From Heat Smart Computing Power Community Patient Monitorings Smart Cities Smart Buildings Military Remote Energy Applications Off-Grid Special Energy Energy harvesters Powering Pipeline Monitoring Stations Navigational aids energy Spacecraft energy Thermoelectric cooling Automotive Energy Lighting Community Manganese dioxide Nanoparticles Nanotechnology Graphene Self-assembly Nanostructured Thin Films Microgenerator Transforms Mechanical Energy Vibration Electricity Pressure Of A Finger Piezoelectricity Solid State Technology Microgenerator Power Source Of Sensor Sensor node Vibration Patient Monitoring Photovoltaics Piezoelectrics Thermovoltaics Energy Scavenging Power Harvesting Capture Of Ambient Energy Algorithmic Control Energy Harvesters Sensors Based On Magnetic Materials Patient Monitoring Economies of Scale Internet of Things IoT Powering Current Sensors
Hospital Multi-parameter Patient Monitor Executive Summary Hospital Multi-parameter Patient Monitor Market Driving Forces Hospital Cardiac Patient Monitoring Company And Technology Challenges Lives Improved: Striving To Make The World Healthier And More Sustainable Through Innovation Addressing Hospital Cardiac Patient Monitoring Technology Challenges With A Two-Dimensional Approach -Social And Ecological Hospital Cardiac Patient Monitoring Market Shares Hospital Cardiac Patient Monitors Market Forecasts 1. Patient Monitoring Market Description and Market Dynamics 1.1 Transforming Health Care Landscape Provides Opportunity 1.1.1 Quality Healthcare Delivery 1.2 Advances In Remote Patient Monitoring 1.3 Vendor Positioning in Hospital Patient Cardiac Monitors 1.3.1 Improving Supply Chain Efficiency 1.3.2 Vendors Seek To Become More Competitive 2. Hospital Multi-parameter Patient Monitor Market Shares and Market Forecasts 2.1 Hospital Multi-parameter Patient Monitor Market Driving Forces 2.1.1 Hospital Cardiac Patient Monitoring Company And Technology Challenges 2.1.2 Lives Improved: Striving To Make The World Healthier And More Sustainable Through Innovation 2.1.3 Addressing Hospital Cardiac Patient Monitoring Technology Challenges With A Two-Dimensional Approach - Social And Ecological 2.2 Hospital Cardiac Patient Monitoring Market Shares 2.2.1 Philips Patient Monitors 2.3 Hospital Cardiac Patient Monitors Market Forecasts 2.3.1 Hospital Patient Cardiac Monitor Type Markets and Segments 2.3.2 Health Care industry Dynamic Market Drivers 2.3.3 US Medicare Spending 2.4 Heart Disease Statistics (Data for U.S.) 2.4.1 Ambulatory care 2.4.2 Hospital inpatient care 2.4.3 Home health care 2.4.4 Hospice care 2.4.5 Nursing home care 2.4.6 Mortality 2.4.7 Asthma 2.4.8 Asthma Surveillance Data 2.5 Cardiac Monitoring Device Prices 2.6 Hospital Based Cardiac Patient Monitoring Regional Market Analysis 2.6.1 Europe 2.6.2 Patient Monitoring In Emerging Countries 2.6.3 China 2.6.4 Japan 2.6.5 Philips Assessment of Regional Differences in Patient Monitoring Markets 3. Hospital Multi-parameter and Cardiac Patient Monitoring Product Description 3.1 Philips Clinical Critical Care Monitors and Clinical Infomatics 3.1.1 Philips Xcelera 3.1.2 Philips Improving Quality Through Data Analysis 3.1.3 Philips Tele-Cardiology Provides Access To Clinical Information Anywhere 3.1.4 Royal Philips Hospital-Wide Patient Monitoring Systems 3.2 GE Healthcare 3.2.1 GE Healthcare CARESCAPE Monitor B850 3.2.2 GE Healthcare Monitor Products 3.2.3 GE / Datex/ Ohmeda 3.2.4 Datex 3.3 Opto Circuits 3.3.1 Criticare Vital Signs Monitors 3.3.2 Criticare Patient Monitors, Central Stations Solutions VitalView® CSS 3.3.3 Criticare Patient Monitor Sensor Types 3.3.4 Criticare Monitoring Equipment 3.3.5 Criticare Anesthetic Gas Monitors 3.3.6 Criticare Central Stations 3.3.7 Criticare Sensors 3.4 OSI / SpaceLabs 3.4.1 Spacelabs Patient Monitoring & Connectivity 3.4.2 Spacelabs Ultraview SL2200 3.4.3 Spacelabs Ultraview SL2400 3.4.4 Spacelabs Ultraview SL2600 3.4.5 Spacelabs Patient Monitoring & Connectivity 3.4.6 Spacelabs Monitoring Target Markets 3.4.7 Spacelabs Patient Monitoring & Connectivity 3.4.8 Spacelabs Ultraview SL2700 3.4.9 Spacelabs Ultraview SL2800 Combination Of Monitoring And Patient Information 3.4.10 Spacelabs Intesys Clinical Suite (ICS G2) Applications 3.5 Draeger 3.6 Mindray 3.6.1 Mindray - Datascope 3.7 EasySense System Cutting Back On False Alarms EasySense Central M EasySense 3.8 Guangdong Biolight Meditech Co., Ltd. (Biolight) 3.8.1 Biolight 3.9 Schiller Truscope Classic Patient Monitor 3.9.1 Schiller Applications: 3.9.2 Schiller Argus 3.9.3 Argus Pro System For Intra-Hospital And Central Monitoring 3.10 Nihon Kohden 3.10.1 Nihon Kohden Transport Monitor 3.10.2 Nihon Kohden Transport Monitor 3.10.3 Nihon Kohden Transport Monitor Features 3.10.4 Nihon Kohden Central Monitoring Station 3.10.5 Nihon Kohden Transport Monitor Features 3.10.6 Nihon Kohden Central Monitoring Station 3.11 Fukuda Denshi 3.11.1 Fukuda Denshi Monitors 4. Multi-Parameter Hospital Patient Monitor Technology 4.1 Wireless Cardiac “Patch” 4.1.1 Flexible Circuit Board 4.1.2 Wireless Heart-Monitoring Devices 4.2 Wireless Sensor Network Architecture 5. Patient Monitor Company Description 5.1 Cardiac Science 5.2 Drager 5.2.1 Drager Life Support For Newborn Babies 5.2.2 Drager Ventilation - Even When Airborne 5.2.3 DrÃ¤gerwerk AG Revenue Nine Months 2013: 5.3 GE DATEX OHMEDA 5.3.1 GE Lighting Solutions 5.3.2 GE Tetra EdgeStrip and Tetra miniStrip among Top 10 Products of 2012: EDC magazine 5.3.3 GE Evolve LED Fixtures Reduce Auto Dealership's Energy Costs by $49,000 Annually 5.3.4 GE Scorecard 5.3.5 GE Manufactures Electrical Distribution And Control Products, Lighting And Power Panels, Switchgear And Circuit Breakers 5.3.6 GE Home & Business Solutions 5.3.7 GE Offers Major Home Appliances 5.3.8 GE Lamps 5.3.9 GE Lighting Solutions 5.3.10 GE Healthcare 5.3.11 GE Healthcare Regional P&Ls 5.3.12 GE Key Medical Care Areas: Cardiology 5.3.13 GE Neurology 5.3.14 GE Emergency Medicine 5.3.15 GE Oncology 5.3.16 GE Women’s Health 5.3.17 GE Healthcare Oxygen Humidifier 5.3.18 GE Healthcare Air/O2 Blender 5.3.19 GE M2100 Air/O2 Blender 5.4 Guangdong Biolight Meditech Co., Ltd. (Biolight) 5.4.1 Biolight 5.5 Mindray 5.5.1 Mindray First Quarter 2013 Financial Results 5.5.2 Mindray Revenue Performance by Segment 5.6 Mortara 5.6.1 Mortara / Quinton and Burdick 5.7 Nihon Kohden 5.7.1 Nihon Kohden Revenue 5.8 Opto Circuits 5.8.1 Criticare Systems 5.8.2 Opto Circuits Vertically Integrated Multinational Medical Technology Group 5.9 OSI 5.9.1 OSI Security Division 5.9.2 OSI Healthcare Division 5.9.3 OSI / Spacelabs 5.9.4 OSI Revenue 5.9.5 OSI Optoelectronics Division 5.10 Philips 5.10.1 Philips Revenue 5.10.2 Philips Portfolio Management 5.10.3 Philips Healthcare 5.10.4 Philips Lumileds Lighting Company 5.10.5 Philips Lumileds Quality White Lighting with LEDs 5.10.6 Philips Is World Leader In Cardiology 5.10.7 Philips Lumileds 5.11 Schiller 5.12 Selected Patient Monitoring Companies
Table ES-1 Cardiac Patient Monitoring Market Driving Forces Table ES-2 Cardiac Patient Monitoring Market Factors Figure ES-3 Patient Monitor Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2012 Figure ES-4 Hospital Cardiac Patient Monitor Market Shipments Forecasts Dollars, Worldwide, 2013-2019 Table 1-1 Transforming Healthcare Market Landscape Table 1-2 Transforming Healthcare Market Functions Table 1-3 Transforming Healthcare Continuum Figure 1-4 Transforming Healthcare Market Landscape Table 2-1 Cardiac Patient Monitoring Market Driving Forces Table 2-2 Cardiac Patient Monitoring Market Factors Figure 2-3 Patient Monitor Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2012 Table 2-4 Patient Monitor Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2012 Figure 2-5 Philips IntelliVue MX800 Clinical Critical Care Monitors Figure 2-6 Philips Clinical Infomatics Figure 2-7 Philips Patient Monitors 2012 Figure 2-8 Hospital Cardiac Patient Monitor Market Shipments Forecasts Dollars, Worldwide, 2013-2019 Table 2-9 Hospital Cardiac Monitors, Dollars, Shipments, Worldwide, 2013-2019 Table 2-10 Hospital Patient Cardiac Monitors: Dollars and Units, High End Central Station, Mid-Range Bedside and ER, and Low End Transport, OR, and Anesthesia Cardiac Monitor Shipments, Worldwide, 2013-2019 Table 2-11 Hospital Patient Cardiac Monitors: Dollars and Units, Adult Cardiac Critical Care, Obstetrics, Neonatal, and Anesthesia Cardiac Monitor Shipments, Worldwide, 2013-2019 Figure 2-12 Philips Health Care industry Dynamics Drives Demand Figure 2-13 Asthma Data and Surveillance Figure 2-14 Hospital Cardiac Patient Monitors: Regional Market Segments, 2012 Table 2-15 Hospital Patient Monitors Regional Market Segments, 2012 Figure 2-16 Philips European Positioning Figure 2-17 Philips Partners in Europe Figure 2-18 Philips Healthcare Market Position in China Figure 2-19 Philips China Positioning Includes Educational Campaigns Figure 2-20 Philips Presence in Japan Figure 2-21 Philips Market Acceleration in Japan Figure 2-22 Philips Assessment of Regional Differences in Patient Monitoring Markets Figure 2-23 Philips Strong Market Positions in Growth and Mature Geographies Figure 2-23 Philips Business Innovation for Different Geographies Figure 3-1 Philips IntelliVue MX800 Clinical Critical Care Monitors Figure 3-2 Philips Informatics Figure 3-3 Philips Cardiology Nursing Stations Figure 3-4 Philips Patent Monitoring Figure 3-5 Philips Cardiology Informatics Figure 3-6 Philips Xcelera Multi-modality Image Management Solutions Table 3-7 Philips Xcelera Cardiology Solution Cardiovascular Specialties Table 3-8 Philips Xcelera Clinical Uses Figure 3-9 Philips Cardiac Monitoring Systems Table 3-10 Philips IntelliVue MX800 Patient Monitoring Across The Continuum Of Care Figure 3-11 GE Healthcare / Marquette Critical Care Monitors Figure 3-12 GE Healthcare / Marquette Critical Care Monitors Reduce Cross Contamination Figure 3-13 GE Healthcare CARESCAPE Monitor B850 Figure 3-14 GE Healthcare Monitor Products Figure 3-15 Datex Ohmeda Medical Equipment and Anesthesia Machines Table 3-16 Datex / Ohmeda Brand Equipment Modules: Figure 3-17 Criticare VitalCare 506DN3 Vital Signs Monitor with NIBP, DOX SpO2 and Heart Rate Table 3-18 Criticare VitalCare Features Table 3-19 Criticare Patient Monitor Features Table 3-20 Criticare Patient Monitor Sensor Types Figure 3-21 Spacelabs XPREZZON Table 3-22 Spacelabs Patient Monitors Figure 3-23 SpaceLabs Multiparameter Monitor Figure 3-24 Spacelabs Intesys Clinical Suite (ICS G2) Table 3-25 DrÃ¤ger Patient Monitoring Solutions Figure 3-26 Mindray V21 Patient Monitor Table 3-27 Mindray V21 Patient Monitor Features Figure 3-28 Mindray V12 Patient Monitor Table 3-29 Mindray V12 Features Figure 3-30 EasySense Central Monitoring System Figure 3-31 EasySense Monitoring System Table 3-32 Biolight Patient Monitors Figure 3-33 Schiller Truscope Classic Patient Monitor Figure 3-34 SCHILLER Truscope Classic Patient Monitor Parameters Figure 3-35 SCHILLER Truscope Classic Patient Monitor Standard Set Of Accessories: Figure 3-36 Schiller Argus Pro Lifecare Monitor Table 3-37 Nihon Kohden Products By Type Figure 3-38 Nihon Kohden Transport Monitor Figure 3-39 Nihon Kohden Transport Monitor Target Markets Figure 3-40 Nihon Kohden Transport Monitor Features Figure 3-41 Nihon Kohden Transport Monitor Features Figure 3-42 Nihon Kohden Central Monitor for LS-NET Life Scope Network Table 3-43 Nihon Kohden Central Monitor CNS-6201 Features Figure 3-44 Fukuda Denshi Patient Monitor Table 3-45 Fukuda Denshi Monitors Table 3-46 Fukuda Denshi Central Station Monitor Features Figure 4-1 Wireless Autonomous Transducer electrocardiogram Solution Figure 4-2 Wireless Sensor Network Architecture Figure 5-1 GE Datex Ohmeda AS/3 Compact Anesthesia Gas Monitor Figure 5-2 GE Infant Incubator Figure 5-3 GE Scorecard Figure 5-4 GE Healthcare Oxygen Humidifier Table 5-5 GE Healthcare Oxygen Humidifier Figure 5-6 GE Healthcare Air/O2 Blender Figure 5-7 Philips Healthcare Patient Metrics Figure 5-8 Philips CAPs Figure 5-9 Philips Increase the focus and Effectiveness of the organization Figure 5-10 Philips Accelerates Decision Making Figure 5-11 Philips Positioning Q1 2013 Figure 5-12 Philips Positioning Q2 2013 Figure 5-13 Philips Portfolio Management Figure 5-14 Philips Healthcare Figure 5-15 Philips Healthcare: Businesses and Markets Figure 5-16 Philips Healthcare Businesses and Geographies Figure 5-17 Philips Healthcare Performance Improvements Figure 5-18 Philips Healthcare Operational Efficiency
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