The Portable Oxygen Concentrators Market is likely to mark stellar growth in the upcoming period. The current situation calls for conducive integrated healthcare models that do away with middlemen regarding offering various products and services. Drug manufacturers, hospital systems, PBMs (pharmacy benefit managers), wholesale distributors, hospital systems, medical insurers, and retail pharmacy outlets – are all into the integration of healthcare strategies. This would be how the healthcare vertical function in the upcoming period.
Portable oxygen concentrators are used to deliver oxygen therapy to the patients. The oxygen that is provided by portable oxygen concentrators has higher level of concentration than ambient air. Portable oxygen concentrators have been used globally for decades now. The older versions of the portable oxygen concentrators were considered to be unreliable and difficult to use as they were bulky and costly.
Over the years, portable oxygen concentrators have been evolved, as manufacturers are improving the design of them and by manufacturing them with a relatively smaller size & higher mobility. As the new generation portable oxygen concentrators have become more mobile, the patients are able carry them more freely as they can be accommodated in a car.
As distributors prefer distributing the most mobile and light weight portable oxygen concentrators, original equipment manufacturers of portable oxygen concentrators are in a race to advance the products technically and mechanically.
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There are two types of the oxygen delivery systems, continuous flow and pulse dose. Pulse dose is widely used in the portable oxygen concentrators as they provide light weight and long battery life.
Portable oxygen concentrators provide advantages to the patients such as increased mobility, 24/7 access to the oxygen, which enhances their chance of survival, helps to increase the stamina and freedom of travelling with light weight.
The global portable oxygen concentrators market is primarily driven by the growing demand for lightweight and mobile oxygen supply for patients. Across the globe, the demand for portable oxygen concentrators are preferred because of their mobility and long battery life.
Many patients require continues supply of the oxygen during the illness or diagnosis, and portable oxygen concentrators serve their need, due to which, the popularity of portable oxygen concentrators is increasing over the years. Technological advancements in the portable oxygen concentrators is also fuelling the growth in the global portable oxygen concentrators market.
The global portable oxygen concentrators market by value is expected to expand at a CAGR of around 2–4% during the forecast period (2015-2025).
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The global portable oxygen concentrators market is expected to register a single-digit CAGR for the forecast period.In terms of market revenue, Asia Pacific Excluding Japan portable oxygen concentrators market is projected to register a significant CAGR during the forecast period.Improving economic conditions is fuelling the growth of portable oxygen concentrators market in APEJ.
Some of the key market participants in global portable oxygen concentrators market are Philips Respironics, Smiths Medical, Teijin, Inogen, AirSep, O2Concepts Oxlife, Vygon, Inova Labs, OSI Systems, Teijin, and. Nidek Medical.
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