Medical Electronics Market Trends, Price, Demand and Forecasts to 2024

The global medical electronics market is expected to reach USD 219.0 billion by 2024, according to a new report by Grand View Research. Technological advancements have boosted the applications of electronics in the fields of diagnostics, therapeutics, and wellness. Increasing geriatric population coupled with sedentary lifestyle contributes to chronic cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, and respiratory disorders.

Diagnostic applications of medical electronics are fueled due to growing awareness about healthcare amongst people. Population in developed countries opts for early diagnosis for effective treatment and cure. Increasing adoption of newer technology in diagnostics is expected to upsurge the market in future.

Aging population creates need for critical care of long duration, thus increasing the demand for life-supporting devices, such as ventilators and dialysis devices. Growing number of accidents and permanent injuries also contribute to this upsurge. Improving healthcare facilities eases the procedures of reimbursements and related medical procedures even in developing countries.

Industry players are focused on the commercialization of new technologies and integrated systems. In August 2016, Siemens launched a new product, Sysmex CS-2500. It is a coagulation analyzer and has applications in diagnostics.

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Further key findings from the study suggest:

Rising prevalence of chronic diseases, such as neurodegenerative and cardiac diseases, creates a need for continuous patient monitoring. Constant development of technologies such as real-time audio/video feed, wireless communications, and remote patient monitoring proves to be a boon for chronic patients, especially those who prefer to receive treatment at home. All these factors are expected to act as a catalyst for the market growth over the forecast period.

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