The global resuscitation devices market was valued at USD 5,814.0 million in 2018. Increase in prevalence of cardiovascular diseases and traumatic injuries, rising cases of sudden cardiac arrest across the globe and favorable government support for resuscitation are the key factors driving the global resuscitation devices market.
Resuscitation helps to maintain the airway, breathing, and circulation in patients with sudden cardiac arrest through cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) devices and defibrillators. Resuscitation devices are widely used in hospitals, pre-hospital settings, emergency care, and community settings. Rapid rise in incidence of cardiovascular diseases, traumatic injuries across the globe is expected to drive the demand for resuscitation devices in the future. These diseases increase the risk of sudden cardiac arrest (SCA), which causes huge disease burden on the healthcare systems. For instance, according to American Heart Association (AHA), more than 356,000 sudden cardiac arrests occur in out-of-hospital settings in the U.S. every year.
The global resuscitation devices market is categorized based on product, patient group and end-users. Based on product, the resuscitation devices market is segmented into airway management devices, external defibrillators, and others. Airway management devices segment held the largest share of the market in 2018. Based on patient group, adult segment grabbed majority of the share of the global resuscitation devices market owing to increase in cases of trauma and cardiovascular diseases such as myocardial infarction, arrhythmias. Geographically, North America dominated the global resuscitation devices market in 2018, however, Asia Pacific is expected to be the fastest growing region by 2025.
Key players operating in the global resuscitation devices market include Physio-Control (Stryker Corporation), Zoll Medical Corporation (Asahi Kasei), Koninklijke Philips N.V., Smiths Medical, Ambu, Medtronic plc, GE Healthcare, Vyaire Medical, among others.
Key Segment Of The Resuscitation Devices Market
By Device Type, 2021-2028 (USD Million)
• Mechanical Piston Device
• Impedance Threshold Device
• Load-Distributing Band CPR or Vest CPR
• CPR With a Hand-Held Device
• Extracorporeal Techniques
• Invasive Perfusion Devices
Application, 2021-2028 (USD Million)
• Emergency Departments
• Coronary & Intensive Care Units
• EMT Rescue Units
End User, 2021-2028 (USD Million)
• Hospital & Clinic
• Cardiac Catheterization Laboratories
• Organ Transplant Unit
Regional Overview, 2021-2028 (USD Million)
• Rest of Europe
• Rest of Asia Pacific
• Rest of South America
Middle East and South Africa
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) :
Resuscitation has a vital position in emergency care, intensive care and trauma care. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation is required in young adults and children during respiratory arrest, airway obstruction and drug overdose. Moreover, resuscitation is more commonly used in traumatic injuries, pulmonary embolism, external or internal hemorrhage and critical cardiac events. Resuscitation devices are used in emergency care situations with an aim to improve survival and restore breathing in patients with sudden cardiac arrest. Rapid rise in cardiac disorders such as arrhythmias, myocardial infarction, and coronary artery disease elevating the risk of cardiac arrest will drive the demand for resuscitation devices in the future. Moreover, developed regions are forming research networks and organizations for resuscitation research. The Resuscitation Outcomes Consortium (ROC) is a clinical research network conducting research in the areas of cardiopulmonary arrest and traumatic injury. The Laerdal Foundation for Acute Medicine provides funding for resuscitation and acute medicine research across the globe with a focus on infant, child and maternal mortality in developing regions. Government organizations such as United Nations, World Health Organization (WHO), with a focus on neonatal resuscitation in developing countries, are providing training programs, and appropriate resuscitation devices to the health workers. Furthermore, development of advanced resuscitation devices by key industry players is anticipated to provide immense growth opportunities in the future.
The global resuscitation devices market has been segmented based on product, patient group, and end-users. Based on product, the resuscitation devices market is segmented into airway management devices, external defibrillators, and others. Airway management devices are further sub-categorized into endotracheal tubes, resuscitators, ventilators, laryngeal masks, and others. Airway management devices segment held substantial share of the global market in 2018. On the basis of patient group, the global resuscitation devices market is segmented into adults and pediatric. Adults held the largest share of the global resuscitation devices market in 2018 owing to large population affected with cardiovascular diseases leading to an increased risk of sudden cardiac arrest. For instance, according to American Heart Association (AHA), approximately 347,322 adults witnessed an episode of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest resulting from coronary artery disease (CAD) in 2019.
On the basis of end-users, the global resuscitation devices market is categorized into hospitals and cardiac centers, pre-hospital care settings, and others. Hospitals held the majority of the market share in 2018 due to increased hospitalizations due to cardiovascular diseases, rising cases of traumatic injuries and road accidents, higher implementation or adoption of defibrillators in hospitals and cardiac centers.
The global resuscitation devices market is cumulative to North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America and Middle East & Africa. North America held majority share of the global resuscitation devices market in 2018; however, Asia Pacific is expected to grow at a highest pace through 2025.
Increase in incidence and growing burden of sudden cardiac arrest in the U.S. is a major factor likely to drive the demand for resuscitation devices in the future. For instance, according to the American Heart Association, the incidence of out-of-hospital cardiac arrests (OHCA) in individuals of any age was 356,461 in 2019. Furthermore, presence of well-established players, favorable government support through awareness campaigns, training programs, funds and grants along with the launch of novel, technologically advanced resuscitation devices by key industry players are other major factors likely to boost the growth of the market in North America.
However, Asia Pacific is expected to grow at a rapid pace over the next few years. Increased cases of preterm birth and neonatal mortality along with limited availability of resuscitation equipment in low- and middle-income countries is expected to create huge growth opportunities for market players to tap these regions which will eventually foster the demand for resuscitation devices in the future.