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Since their first introduction to the health care industry, neonatal ventilators have been developed to become more sophisticated, and finds use not only in intensive care units, but also in wards for respiratory medicine. A number of neonatal ventilator variants are also developed for home use purposes as well.
Increasing research in terms of clinical patient management, respiratory physiology, and pathophysiology have played major roles in the development of the neonatal ventilator functionalities. The worldwide market for neonatal ventilators is expected to rise at a strong CAGR of around 5.6 per cent through the forecast period till 2028.
The rise of the neonatal ventilators industry can be widely attributed to increasing incidences of preterm births, and the consequent mortality rates, which is supported by the rise of numerous neonatal intensive care facilities, which sustains the demand for these devices for the foreseeable future.
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Demand From Neonatal Intensive Care Units is Key to Growth
A large number of deaths among infants can be attributed to preterm births, which in turn in many cases are affected by failure in the respiratory system in neonates. In the past 10 years, developed countries such as the United States have witnessed a substantial rise in preterm births. The numbers of such births are expected to rise further in the years ahead.
Inadequate infrastructure for respiratory monitoring, and the small lung size of preterm babies are key factors that increase the risk of mortality among neonates. Consequently, the need for additional respiratory support has resulted in a greater adoption rate of neonatal ventilators in the industry.
The high rate of mortality has also resulted in the development of extensive neonatal intensive care units infrastructure around the world. Thousands of preterm babies are born each year at neonatal intensive care units, with facilities having massive intake capacities and innovative patient care equipment and skills.
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Injuries from Conventional Devices Drive Demand for Non-Invasive Variants
Conventional neonatal ventilators have a risk of injuring the infant owing to factors such as tidal volume, excess airway pressure, flow, and infection mediators. In addition, the underdeveloped nature of neonatal lungs can result in critical complications, including death owing to respiratory failure. This factor is a major restraining factor to the growth of the neonatal ventilators industry, a trend which is expected to continue well into the future.
With the aim of solving this challenge manufacturers have been pushing efforts to develop alternatives to minimize the occurrence of lung injuries. Noninvasive variants are rapidly gaining traction in the industry, owing to lower injury rates.
In addition, other key innovations of technology developed by manufacturers include the use of early CPAP, also known as continuous positive airway pressure, which reduces the risk of neonatal respiratory distress syndrome, by sustaining adequate exchange of gases.
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