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The new report, "The Future of the Patient Monitoring Market to 2015" provides key
data, information and analysis on the global patient monitoring market. The report
provides market landscape, competitive landscape and market trends information on five
market categories including multiparameter patient monitoring, non- invasive blood
pressure monitors, wireless and ambulatory monitoring micro-electromechanical systems
and remote patient monitoring. This report provides comprehensive information on the
key trends affecting these categories and key analytical content on the market dynamics.
The report also reviews the competitive landscape in terms of pipeline products and
technology offerings.

The Global Patient Monitoring Market Forecast to Exceed $8 Billion by 2015

It is estimated that the global market for patient monitoring systems was valued at around
$7 billion in 2008. The market is forecast to exceed $8 billion by 2015 with a CAGR of
3%. The market is expected to be driven by the increasing need to control rising
healthcare costs, technological advances and an aging population.
Increasing affordability of computer based monitoring is leading to large scale
deployment of patient monitoring systems across all units within hospitals. Technological
improvements are helping in meeting the demands of an increasing number of patients,
and have also helped in reducing the need for healthcare professionals who need not be at
the bed side of the patient all the time.

Multiparameter Patient Monitoring Systems and Non-Invasive Blood Pressure Monitors
Are the Key Categories within the Global Patient Monitoring Market

Multiparameter patient monitoring systems and non- invasive blood pressure monitors
market categories together accounted for 70% of the global patient monitoring market in
2008. The multiparameter patient monitoring systems market is expected to be driven by
portability and ease of use of the systems. Such systems also improve economies of scale
for the hospitals and the overall healthcare system in general. Non-invasive blood
pressure monitors market is expected to be driven by increasing affordability and an
increase in demand for home and self care products.

Economic Downturn in the Developed Economies Is Ha ving a Negative Effect on Patient
Monitoring Market

The economic downturn in the developed economies has forced hospitals to reduce their
budgetary spend. Even the government sponsored healthcare agencies such as the UK
National Health Service (NHS) are reducing their budgetary spend. The economic
downturn has also resulted in millions of job losses which led to the loss of insurance for
individuals in some economies such as the US. This is leading to a reduction in the
affordability of the patients. Restrained spending by the institutions and low affordability
of the individuals are restraining the growth in the patient monitoring market.
Remote Patient Monitoring Offers Solutions to the Rising Healthcare Costs

The global market for remote patient monitoring systems was valued at $0.26 billion in
2008 and is forecast to reach $0.34 billion in 2015 with a CAGR of 4%. In 2008, US
healthcare expenditure was 16.6% of the GDP making it the highest in the developed
economies. Healthcare expenditure across all the developed economies is expected to
continue to rise for several years. Increasing incidence of chronic diseases in the general
population is cited as one of the major factors behind the rising healthcare costs. By
reducing the patient stay in the hospital, remote patient monitoring is controlling the
rising healthcare costs. Remote monitoring of older patients in homecare settings is one
of the preferable alternatives being implemented to tackle the rise in healthcare costs.

The new report, "The Future of the Patient Monitoring Market to 2015" provides key
data, information and analysis on the global patient monitoring market. The report
provides market landscape, competitive landscape and market trends information on five
market categories including micro-electromechanical systems, multiparameter patient
monitoring, non- invasive blood pressure monitors, remote patient monitoring and
wireless and ambulatory monitoring. This report provides comprehensive information on
the key trends affecting these categories, and key analytical content on the market
dynamics. The report also reviews the competitive landscape in terms of mergers and
acquisitions, pipeline products and technology offerings.

Scope

- The report covers data and analysis on the patient monitoring market in the leading
geographies of the world – the US, Canada, UK, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Japan,
China, India, Australia, and Brazil.
- The report covers global market size and company share data for five market categories
including micro-electromechanical systems, multiparameter patient monitoring, non-
invasive blood pressure monitors, remote patient monitoring and wireless and ambulatory
monitoring.
- Annualized market revenues data from 2001 to 2008, forecast forward for 7 years to
2015. Updated company shares data for 2008.
- The report provides qualitative analysis of market drivers, restraints, future outlook and
challenges by categories and segments.
- The report also covers information on the leading market players, the competitive
landscape, and the leading pipeline products and technologies. Key companies covered
include Philips Medical Systems, GE Healthcare, OMRON HEALTHCARE Co., Ltd.,
Drager Medical AG & Co. KG, Mindray Medical International Limited and Nihon
Kohden Corporation
- Insight into the key mergers and acquisitions (M&As), partnerships, venture capital and
private equity investments.
- The report is built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases,
primary and secondary research and in house analysis by Global Markets Direct’s team
of industry experts.
Reasons to buy

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- Develop market-entry and market expansion strategies by identifying the emerging
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opportunities by developing insight on the prevalent and anticipated competitive
landscape.
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understand and capitalize.
- Make more informed business decisions from the insightful and in-depth analysis of the
global patient monitoring market and the factors shaping it.

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