ID: MRFR/MED/2123-HCR | February 2021 | Region: Global | 90 pages
According to the latest research report, the medical devices market size was worth USD 9877.4 million in 2019 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 23.20 percent to USD 63423.6 million by 2027. Medical gadgets, for example, are goods that are used to diagnose, prevent, or treat diseases. From wheelchairs to surgical equipment, there are a variety of medical gadgets available on the market. The aging population and rising life expectancy, rising adoption of IoT-based smart medical devices, rising demand for portable medical devices and wearable medical device market, rising use of radiation therapy in disease diagnosis and treatment, and favorable healthcare reforms and government financial assistance for senior citizens are some of the major factors driving the medical devices market.
The market is being driven by an increase in the number of patients suffering from various diseases, an increase in the number of accidents, and an increase in research and development in the healthcare industry to create technologically sophisticated medical equipment. Furthermore, the medical devices market is boosted by the rising frequency of heart illnesses and the growing elderly population with a variety of health issues. However, constraints such as the high cost of medical equipment and the additional costs associated with professional maintenance training are likely to stifle market expansion.
This report contains all the information on the global medical devices market analysis and the market strengths. The report also contains the culmination of dynamics, segmentation, key players, regional analysis, and other important factors. And a detailed analysis of the global medical devices market report and forecast for 2023 is also included in the report.
Covid 19 Analysis
The epidemic wreaked havoc on the medical device industry since supply was significantly disrupted owing to the lockdown. Companies, on the other hand, adapted effectively to these restrictions, developing a more robust supply chain in a matter of weeks to fulfill orders for a variety of medical products. For a few weeks, the impact of COVID-19 on the Americas was difficult for the medical device industry, but it began to show signs of recovery in the third quarter of 2020. The strong demand for ventilators, breathing systems, patient monitoring systems, and imaging systems was the primary cause of the medical equipment market's recovery.
Factors such as the increasing medical device industry and the increased frequency of chronic illnesses are driving the global medical devices market growth. Increased demand for medical equipment for detection and treatment of chronic diseases such as cardiovascular diseases (CVDs), cancer, diabetes, stroke, and renal disorders.
Rising government backing for medical technology is providing market participants with growth opportunities for the global medical devices market.
Data security breaches and worries about the transfer of sensitive data over the internet are likely to restrict the growth of the medical devices industry.
Low reimbursement limits and a costly product approval procedure may stifle market expansion in the medical device sector.
Global Medical Devices Market Share (%), by Region, 2019
Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Eurostat, White Papers, Company Presentations, and Annual Reports
According to the WHO, CVDs are the main cause of death, killing 17.9 million people worldwide each year. Furthermore, the rising prevalence of diabetes increases the demands of medical equipment such as insulin pumps, glucose monitoring devices, insulin pens, and wearable injectors. According to the International Diabetes Federation's Diabetes Atlas Ninth Edition 2019, about 463 million individuals (aged 20–79 years) have diabetes in 2019, with the figure predicted to rise to 700 million by 2045.
The American Cancer Society is a non-profit organization. In the United States, 1,762,450 new cancer cases will be diagnosed in 2019. Furthermore, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimated that 30.8 million people in the United States suffered from digestive issues in 2017. The rising incidence of various health issues drives the demand for implantable medical devices market, in this region.
According to the reports, the global medical devices market is segmented on the basis of product type, therapeutic application, end-users, and region. The worldwide market has been divided into product types such as monitoring devices, diagnostic devices, medication delivery devices, surgical devices, bioimplants and stimulation devices, therapeutic equipment, and others. Cardiovascular monitoring devices, neuromonitoring devices, respiratory monitoring devices, multi-parameter monitoring devices, hemodynamic monitoring devices, fetal and neonatal monitoring devices, temperature monitoring devices, and weight monitoring devices are among the monitoring devices that have been classified. Diagnostic devices are further classified as surgical ENT devices, endoscopes, imaging equipment, and so on.
The worldwide market has been split into therapeutic applications such as gastrointestinal surgery, general surgery, diagnostic imaging, respiratory, orthopedics, cardiovascular, dentistry, neurology, ophthalmology, ear-nose-throat (ENT), nephrology and urology, and others. The worldwide medical devices market has been divided into hospitals and clinics, diagnostic centers, research laboratories, and pharmaceutical firms based on end-user. The global market has been divided into four regions: the Americas, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and the Middle East and Africa. The Americas medical devices market has been further subdivided into North America and Latin America, with the North American market split into the United States and Canada.
The market is segmented on the basis of the product type, therapeutic application, end-users, and region. The global medical devices market is expected to witness decent growth during the forecast period.
Based on the application, the market is segmented into surgery, general surgery, diagnostic imaging, respiratory, orthopedics, cardiovascular, dentistry, neurology, ophthalmology, ear-nose-throat (ENT), nephrology, and urology, and others.
Based on the propulsion types, the market is segmented into hospitals and clinics, diagnostic centers, research laboratories, and pharmaceutical firms.
According to the reports, on the basis of region, the global medical devices market is segmented into the Americas, Europe, Asia-pacific, and the middle east & Africa. Because of the rising incidence of chronic illnesses, cancer, diabetes, and neurological disorders, which raises the need for medical equipment for diagnosis and treatment, the Americas are expected to dominate the worldwide medical devices market share. The most often used medical instruments for illness diagnostics are the spectroscope, microscope, and chromatograph. Europe is anticipated to be the second-largest market for medical equipment in the world. The existence of a significant number of medical device manufacturing units, a growing economy, and increased government spending on medical device development all contribute to the region's market growth. Furthermore, the need for medical equipment to verify the quality of products is rising as pharmaceutical firms innovate to produce new medications.
Due to the rising demand for healthcare goods, Asia-Pacific is anticipated to be the fastest-growing regional market; moreover, the growing elderly population with health issues is driving market expansion. During the projection period, the Middle East and Africa are anticipated to have the smallest market share. Because of the rising number of government efforts in the healthcare sector in this area, the Middle East is projected to hold the bulk of the market share.
Companies often use new launches and approvals to extend their worldwide footprints and product ranges, and these methods help them satisfy rising customer demand. Collaboration is one of the most common tactics used by medical device companies to expand their client base abroad while still maintaining their brand identity.
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Companies in China's local medical device industry who wish to establish a place in the middle and upper tiers of the market must improve the quality of their existing goods while also focusing on generating new and creative offers.
|Market Size||USD 63423.6 Million|
|Forecast Units||Value (USD Million)|
|Report Coverage||Revenue Forecast, Competitive Landscape, Growth Factors, and Trends|
|Segments Covered||By Product Type, Therapeutic Application, End User|
|Geographies Covered||North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of the World (RoW)|
|Key Vendors||Fresenius (Germany), GE Healthcare (US), Johnson & Johnson (US), Medtronic (Ireland), Siemens (Germany), Stryker (US), Abbott Laboratories (US), Abiomed Inc. (US), Accuray Inc. (US), Boston Scientific Corp. (US), Becton Dickinson (US), Bio Rad Laboratories Inc. (US), Baxter International Inc. (US), Biotelemetry Inc. (US), and Angiodynamics Inc. (US)|
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) :
By product the medical devices industry includes Monitoring Devices, Cardiac Monitoring Devices, Neuromonitoring Devices, Respiratory Monitoring Device Multi-Parameter Monitoring Devices, Hemodynamic Monitoring Devices, Fetal and Neonatal Monitoring Devices, Temperature Monitoring Devices, Weight Monitoring Devices, Diagnostic, Devices, Surgical ENT Devices, Endoscopes, Imaging Devices, Diagnostic Molecular Devices, Drug Delivery Devices, Surgical Devices, Bio Implants and, Stimulation Devices Treatment Equipment, Infusion Pumps, Medical lasers and LASIK surgical machines
Global Market of Medical Devices is predicted to touch USD 6170.72 billion by 2025.
The Americas is predicted to dominate the Market of Medical Devices.
Increasing prevalence of cardiac diseases and rising incidence of accident are boosting market growth
High cost may limit market growth
Global Market of Medical Devices is projected to grow at a 22% CAGR between 2019-2025.