Brain Monitoring Systems A Growing Market

As per a research study by Future Market Insights (FMI), the brain monitoring systems market is projected to expand to $3.5 billion by end of 2019. Factors including government funding for development of advanced medical devices and favorable healthcare reimbursements are key sales influencers.

 

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  • Rising prevalence of brain aneurysm and chronic brain injuries have necessitated adoption of brain monitoring systems expediting early and effective treatment.
  • Demand for brain monitoring systems significantly took off in parallel with convergence of technology and healthcare, which translated into a massive influx of advanced medical devices with high functionality.
  • EEG machines to gain significant momentum as widely-preferred brain monitoring systems, with revenues estimated to surpass US$ 1.5 Bn in 2019. Focus on delivering effective treatment via early detection of abnormalities have led the adoption of EEG machines.
  • Brain monitoring systems continue to witness significant demand from Hospitals (ICUS and adult care), with revenue expected to cross $1 billion in 2019.
  • Penetration of IoT in the medical devices and systems landscape shows no signs of abating, evolving as a promising breakthrough that could result in connected ecosystems for brain monitoring devices with enhanced functionalities.
  • The transition toward miniaturized and portable models is gaining swift momentum in the brain monitoring systems landscape, as patients actively seek advanced devices with new modalities.

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