San Francisco, California, July 20, 2017 : The global respiratory humidifier devices market is projected to experience a downward pressure on prices on account of reliable growth prospects in untapped regions created due to heated competition and presence of more players. A report by TMR Research, titled “Respiratory Humidifier Devices Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast 2017–2025,” points out the spike in demand for therapies that treat multiple respiratory disorders. For instance, the emerging high-flow humidification therapy is expected to witness a widespread adoption in the coming years. It provides respiratory support as well as helps in boosting oxygen levels in the blood.
The world respiratory humidifier devices market is prognosticated to showcase a stable surge in demand due to the application of curbing the requirement of complicated interventions such as invasive therapy for patients. Respiratory humidifier devices are researched to be specifically useful for patients receiving a high oxygen flow and with fresh tracheostomies. Such devices could also be helpful for immobile, dehydrated, and ventilated patients. The market is anticipated to gain more demand in the coming years owing to the easy application of respiratory humidifier devices for patients of any age, even infants and pediatrics, and elevating awareness about their advantages.
Technological development could increasingly benefit the growth of the international respiratory humidifier devices market with new offerings facilitating advanced features such as the administration of gases at usual body temperature, integration of systems without the need to employ multiple devices, and electronic control of the flow. Rising clinical trials performed to confirm the effect of therapies with the help of medical humidifiers is predicted to set the tone for a consistent growth in the market.
According to process, the international respiratory humidifier devices market could be classified into passive humidification through moisture exchanger (HME) and active humidification through a heated humidifier (HH). Amongst the top end users of respiratory humidifier devices, emergency rooms and home care settings are envisioned to offer a maximum demand in the market. However, opportunities could also birth from other healthcare venues such as hospice, acute, and long-term care facilities.
Regions Europe and North America are forecasted to sit right at the top of the international respiratory humidifier devices market in terms of share. This could be accredited to their mounting healthcare expenditures and robust healthcare systems. However, with a large pool of patients with respiratory diseases in the region, Asia Pacific could grow at a relatively faster rate in the market.
Some of the dominant companies mentioned in the report description are WILAMed GmBH, Smith Medical plc, and Tyco Healthcare U.K. Ltd.