Breathing machine helps the patient to breathe while they are suffering from chronic respiratory diseases or unable to breathe by themselves after anesthesia. Breathing machines are used during surgeries that require general anesthesia, as the medicines used to induce anesthesia can disrupt normal breathing. The machine is required after the surgery, as the patient may not be able to breathe immediately after the procedure. The type of breathing machine used varies according to the problem.
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Ventilators are mainly used in emergency medicine, home care, intensive care medicine, and in anesthesia, as a component of an anesthesia machine. The oxygen concentrator delivers pure oxygen via a mask or nasal cannula. It may be used in hyperbaric chambers and oxygen therapy. A C-PAP (continuous positive airway pressure) breathing machine blows air into the nose through a mask, which in turn keeps the airway open and helps in the absorption of oxygen.
Nebulizers are generally used for the treatment of a range of respiratory disorders such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and asthma. Medications are inhaled straight into the lungs for effective treatment. These machines aid people who suffer from asthma by delivering liquid medication through a mist, which is inhaled into the lungs via machine. These devices are majorly used in home care settings.
Increasing number of respiratory disorders such as asthma and COPD, and rising number of surgeries are expected to drive growth of the global breathing machines market. According to the National Institute of Health data of 2014, asthma affects over 24 million people in the U.S., including over 6 million children. Breathing problems can also occur due to serious conditions such as pneumonia, tuberculosis, lung cancer, and other lung diseases. According to the World Health Organization (WHO) estimates, by 2030, the four major potentially fatal respiratory diseases including COPD, pneumonia, lung cancer, and tuberculosis will account for around one in five deaths worldwide.
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However, few drawbacks of breathing machines include throat discomfort, damage to vocal cords, and sleeping discomfort. Some complications of using a breathing machine may include lung damage, collapsed lung, pneumonia or infection. Moreover, constant medical care is required when a breathing machine is used. These factors are expected to hinder growth of the market.
Breathing Machines Market: Taxonomy – On the basis of product type, the global breathing machines market is segmented into: PAP Devices, Nebulizers, Ventilators, Oxygen Concentrators, On the basis of end users, the global breathing machines market is segmented into: Hospitals and clinics, Home care settings,. On the basis of region, the global breathing machines market is segmented into: North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East, Africa,.
Key players operating in the global breathing machines market include BD, Drager Medical, Fisher & Paykel, GE Healthcare, Invacare, Maque, Medtronic, OMRON, Philips Healthcare, Teijin Pharma Resmed, and Weinmann. Key players are focusing on improving breathing machines by developing energy-efficient power systems and product features such as lightweight maneuverability, long-lasting components, and patient-friendly design.
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