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Patient Monitoring Equipment: Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2016 to 2022

Category : Medical Devices  | Published Date : Jun-2016 | Pages : 615
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The 2016 study has 615 pages, 365 tables and figures. Worldwide Patient Monitoring markets are poised to achieve significant growth as a resurgence in tracking vital signs extends from the intensive care unit ICU and emergency department to all areas of the hospital, to patient transport venues, and to home outpatient treatment locations.

The patient monitoring platform is modular, integrating various components. Modular systems are developed in the context of consideration of probable specifications for the interaction of system components. Patient Monitoring systems are making a market resurgence because smaller, lighter, wireless units are less costly and more valuable in the context of treatment evaluations and recommendations. People who have cardiac or respiratory difficulty have more treatment options, making more extensive patient monitoring useful.

Designs take into consideration users with mild, moderate, and severe chronic disease condition restrictions. Users come from chronic disease groups and older age groups.

The core of a patient monitoring platform is an integration of separate vital signs detection sensors that form a system that supports adapting to numerous clinical requirements. Modules implement ways to determine patient condition. Market driving forces for multi-parameter and specialized vital signs patient monitors relate to more societal willingness to pay for vigilance, an increase in vigilance of sick people at risk. Cardiac and respiratory symptoms are measured as vital sign shifts by patient monitors.

Symptoms are represented by shifts in vital sign monitoring that measures disease conditions impacted deterioration of patient well-being. The monitoring is frequently done in conjunction with blood work.

There is a lot of complexity in determining the meaning of the patient monitor vital signs measurements. Shortness of breath is a common symptom of cardiac disease. It is frequently misdiagnosed as a respiratory symptom or ignored by patients and is not even considered a symptom.

Vital signs monitoring is a way to get a window into patient condition that can provide alerts when a small change signals a possible shift in patient condition. Hospital cardiac patient monitoring technology is a vital aid in providing treatment for severely ill patients.

Alerts can be used to take action before a patient gets even more seriously ill. Hospital and outpatient cardiac patient monitoring can detect arrhythmias and get people to treatment faster before it is too late to correct heart failure. Early detection of a problem in the home is a way to avoid a hospital stay. Appropriate treatment of chronic conditions is difficult and is essential to helping people protect quality of life after recovery from a serious illness.

“Revitalization of patient monitor markets is occurring because units are smaller, less costly, and more useful across a variety of venues. Patient monitoring is moving toward the ability to help with wellness and to participate in the wearables markets.” As people shift resource toward medical treatment, patient monitoring equipment becomes a priority.

Lifestyle is supported by patient monitoring products that support earlier detection of disease conditions. Increasing market share has been achieved by providing value to the clinicians. The technical expertise of the sales force, the effectiveness of the distribution system, the strength of the dealers, and the availability of prompt and reliable service for products when addressed are able to help patient monitor vendors achieve competitive advantage.

Patient monitor markets at $11 billion in 2015 are anticipated to reach $26.2 billion by 2022. Strong growth is predicated on the increasing reliance on multi-parameter patient monitors in every bed of the hospital, in multiple areas of specialized clinics, and in many rehab centers.

Market growth occurs with the expansion of multi-parameter patient monitors connected to a central station beyond the intensive care unit to all floors of a hospital. Clinical care depends on monitoring. Vital signs monitors transmit data wirelessly directly to the electronic patient record, generating alerts if data is outside preset parameters. Patient monitors are expanding the use base in the hospital and expanding use in rehab centers, clinical settings, and home.

Companies Profiled

Market Leaders

Philips
General Electric (GE)
Drager
Nihon Kohden
Fukuda Denshi
Hill-Rom / Welch Allyn
Mindray Medical
OSI / Spacelabs
Viterion
Maquet
Penlon
Criticare Systems
Medtronic
Biotronic
Care Innovations
Sotera
Mortara Instrument

Market Participants

Abbott Labs
Alten Calsoft Labs
AMD Global Telemedicine
American Telecare
Boston Scientific
BPL Group / Penlon
Cardiocom
CardioNet
Care Innovations
Criticare Technologies
eCaring
Getinge Group / Maquet
Guangdong Biolight Meditech Co.,
Ltd.
HealthSense
Honeywell
Infinium
LifeWatch
Medtronic
NSD / Viterion
Opto Circuits
BPL Group / Penlon
Qualcomm Incorporated
Roche
Schiller
Sotera Wireless
Smiths Medical
St. Jude Medical
Vitaphone

Table of Contents

Patient Monitoring Systems Executive Summary 33
Patient Monitoring Systems Market Driving Forces 33
Hospital Cardiac Patient Monitoring Company and Technology Challenges 36
Patient Monitoring Market Shares 37
Patient Monitoring Market Forecasts 39

1 Patient Monitoring Market Description And Market Dynamics 41
1.1 Transforming Health Care Landscape Provides Opportunity 41
1.1.1 Quality Healthcare Delivery 46
1.2 Advances In Remote Patient Monitoring 46
1.3 Vendor Positioning in Hospital Patient Cardiac Monitors 47
1.3.1 Improving Supply Chain Efficiency 48
1.3.2 Vendors Seek to Become More Competitive 48
1.4 Multi-Parameter Patient Monitor Market Shares and Market Forecasts 49
1.5 Healthcare Markets 50
1.6 Wireless Patient Monitoring 53
1.6.1 Wireless Patient Monitoring Category 54

2 Patient Monitoring Systems Market Shares And Market Forecasts 55
2.1 Patient Monitoring Systems Market Driving Forces 55
2.1.1 Hospital Cardiac Patient Monitoring Company and Technology Challenges 58
2.1.2 Lives Improved: Striving to Make the World Healthier and More Sustainable Through Innovation 60
2.1.3 Addressing Patient Monitoring Technology Challenges: Social and Ecological Approach 61
2.2 Patient Monitoring Market Shares 69
2.2.1 Philips Healthcare 72
2.2.2 Philips IntelliVue MX40 73
2.2.3 GE Healthcare 74
2.2.4 Nihon Kohden Dominating High-Tech Asia-Pacific Patient Monitoring Market, 74
2.2.5 Fukuda Denshi 75
2.2.6 Drägerwerk 76
2.2.7 Getinge Group / Maquet 77
2.2.8 Mindray Medical International 77
2.2.9 Penlon 78
2.2.10 Honeywell Life Care Solutions 78
2.3 Patient Monitoring Market Forecasts 79
2.4 Patient Monitor Equipment Market Segments Market Share and Forecasts 82
2.4.1 Competitive Analysis 83
2.4.2 Patient Monitor Market Segments 86
2.4.3 Patient Monitor Segments by Company 87
2.4.4 Central Stations 90
2.4.5 Bedside Monitoring 97
2.4.6 Neonatal Monitoring Features 104
2.4.7 Patient Anesthesia Monitor Market Shares 108
2.4.8 Transport Monitoring 112
2.4.9 Vital Signs, Wrist Monitors, and Pulse Oximeter Monitors 116
2.4.10 Patient Implant Remote Home Monitoring 120
2.4.11 Telemedicine 123
2.5 Patient Monitoring Prices 129
2.5.1 Welch Allyn Propaq LT 132
2.6 Patient Monitoring Regional Market Segments 132
2.6.1 Patient Monitors in the US 134
2.6.2 Asia-Pacific Region 135
2.6.3 Japan 135
2.6.4 China 135
2.6.5 Europe 138
2.6.6 Patient Monitoring in Emerging Countries 138
2.6.7 Emerging Economies 139

3 Patient Monitoring Products 140
3.1 Philips Patient Monitors 140
3.1.1 Philips IntelliVue MX40 141
3.1.2 Philips IntelliVue MX400 143
3.1.3 Philips Neonatal Monitoring Features 152
3.1.4 Philips IntelliVue MX800 154
3.1.5 Philips IntelliVue MP2 155
3.1.6 Philips IntelliVue MP5 156
3.1.7 Philips IntelliVue MX700 157
3.1.8 Philips IntelliVue MMS X2 158
3.1.9 Philips IntelliVue MX500 159
3.1.10 Philips IntelliVue MX550 160
3.1.11 Philips IntelliVue MX450 161
3.1.12 Philips IntelliVue MP90 162
3.1.13 Philips IntelliVue MP5SC 163
3.1.14 Philips SureSigns VSi 164
3.1.15 Philips SureSigns VM1 165
3.1.16 Philips SureSigns VS3 165
3.1.17 Philips SureSigns VS2+ 166
3.1.18 Philips SureSigns VS4 167
3.1.19 Philips Telehealth Home Monitoring 168
3.2 GE Patient Monitors 169
3.2.1 GE Patient Monitor Central Stations 170
3.2.2 GE Central Station Multi-viewer 174
3.2.3 GE Central Station Event and Event Review 174
3.2.4 GE CARESCAPE Monitor B850 175
3.2.5 GE CARESCAPE Monitor B850 Modules 180
3.2.6 GE CARESCAPE Monitor Neurology 181
3.2.7 GE CARESCAPE Monitor for Cardiac/Intensive Care Hemodynamic Modules 182
3.2.8 GE CARESCAPE Respiratory Modules 182
3.2.9 GE CARESCAPE Monitor B650 183
3.2.10 GE CARESCAPE Bedside and Transport Monitor B450 186
3.2.11 GE CARESCAPE V100 Transport, Low-Acuity Patient Monitor 187
3.3 Nihon Kohden Patient Monitoring 189
3.3.1 Nihon Kohden CNS-9101 189
3.3.2 Nihon Kohden CNS-6201 190
3.3.3 Nihon Kohden WEP-5204 192
3.3.4 Nihon Kohden ViTrac QP-988P/QP-989P 194
3.3.5 Nihon Kohden Life Scope G9 Bedside / Transport Monitor 195
3.3.6 Nihon Kohden Life Scope GR 197
3.3.7 Nihon Kohden Smart Cable™ Technology 200
3.3.8 Nihon Kohden Life Scope VS 202
3.3.9 Nihon Kohden Life Scope PT 204
3.3.10 Nihon Kohden Vismo 207
3.3.11 Nihon Kohden Life Scope G3 Vital Sign Telemeters/Transmeters 209
3.3.12 Nihon Kohden Ovypal SpO2/CO2 Monitors 211
3.3.13 Nihon Kohden Cap-TEN 212
3.3.14 Nihon Kohden BSM-1700 Transport Monitor to Safeguard Post-Anesthesia Patients During Transit213
3.4 Fukuda Denshi 215
3.4.1 Fukuda Denshi DS-7600 Series Provide Flexible Central Monitoring 216
3.4.2 Fukuda Denshi Telemetry 217
3.4.3 Fukuda Denshi Dynascope DS-8000 Series Patient Monitors 219
3.4.4 Fukuda Denshi DYNASCOPE DS-7000 Series 220
3.4.5 Fukuda Denshi Dynascope Patient Monitor 221
3.4.6 Fukuda Denshi Dynascope DS-8900 222
3.4.7 Fukuda Denshi Dynascope DS-7700 223
3.4.8 Fukuda Denshi Dynascope Transport Monitor DS-8200 225
3.4.9 Fukuda Denshi Dynascope DS-8500 Bedside Monitors 227
3.4.10 Fukuda Denshi Dynascope DS-8100 229
3.4.11 Fukuda Denshi Dynascope DS-7200 Bedside Hemodynamic And Cardiac Monitoring 231
3.4.12 Fukuda Denshi Dynascope LX-7120Telemetry Monitors 233
3.4.13 Fukuda Denshi Dynascope LX-7230N 235
3.5 Mindray High Acuity Patient Monitors 237
3.5.1 Mindray T1 237
3.5.2 Mindray Passport 17m 238
3.5.3 Mindray Passport 12m 241
3.5.4 Mindray V12 242
3.5.5 Mindray V21 244
3.5.6 Mindray DPM 6 and DPM 7 246
3.5.7 Mindray Passport 8 Low/Mid Acuity Patient Monitors 249
3.5.8 Mindray Passport 12 251
3.5.9 Mindray Accutorr 3 253
3.5.10 Mindray Accutorr 7 255
3.5.11 Mindray Accutorr CR 257
3.5.12 Mindray Annesthesia Gas Module 3 259
3.5.13 Mindray Duo Vital Signs Patient Monitors 261
3.5.14 Mindray BeneVision Telemetry and Central Stations 263
3.5.15 Mindray TD60 Telemetry 265
3.6 OSI / Spacelabs Healthcare 267
3.6.1 Spacelabs qube Transport Monitor 267
3.6.2 Spacelabs Xhibit 268
3.6.3 Spacelabs Xprezzon 270
3.6.4 Spacelabs élance elite Vital Signs Monitors 271
3.6.5 Spacelabs élance elite Vital Signs Fetal Monitors 272
3.6.6 Spacelabs Ultraview DM3 Dual Monitor 274
3.6.7 Spacelabs AriaTele Telemetry Transmitter 275
3.6.8 Spacelabs Telemetry Modular Receiver 276
3.7 Opto Circuits Vital Signs Patient Monitors 277
3.7.1 Opto Circuits Pulse Oximeters 278
3.7.2 Opto Circuits / Criticare Systems Patient Monitors 278
3.7.3 Opto Circuits / Criticare Systems nGenuity 8100E Series 278
3.7.4 Opto Circuits / Criticare Systems nCompass 8100H Series 280
3.7.5 Opto Circuits / Critical Systems Vital Sign Devices 280
3.7.6 Opto Circuits / Criticare Systems VitalCare 506N3 Series 282
3.7.7 Opto Circuits / Criticare Systems eQuality 506DN 283
3.7.8 Opto Circuits / Critical Systems Vital Sign Anesthesia Monitors And Respiratory Monitor Devices 283
3.7.9 Opto Circuits / Criticare Systems 8500Q POET IQ2 284
3.7.10 Opto Circuits / Criticare Systems 8500Q Anesthetic Gas Analyzer POET IQ 285
3.8 Schiller MAGLIFE Serenity 286
3.8.1 Schiller MAGLIFE Light 288
3.8.2 Schiller ARGUS LCX 290
3.8.3 Schiller ARGUS LCM Plus 292
3.9 Mortara Patient Monitoring 293
3.9.1 Mortara Surveyor S4 Diagnostic-Quality ECG 294
3.9.2 Mortara Surveyor S12/S19 Modern Bedside Monitoring Platform 296
3.9.3 Mortara Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring 297
3.9.4 Mortara Surveyor Ambulo 2400 297
3.9.5 Mortara Holter Monitoring 299
3.9.6 Mortara Surveyor HScribe 5 Holter Monitoring 300
3.9.7 Mortara Surveyor H12+ Continuous 12-Lead Holter Recorder 302
3.9.8 Mortara Surveyor H3+ 303
3.9.9 Mortara Web Upload 305
3.9.10 Mortara Resting ECG 305
3.9.11 Mortara Surveyor ELI 150c 306
3.9.12 Mortara Surveyor ELI 230 307
3.9.13 Mortara Surveyor ELI 250c 308
3.9.14 Mortara Surveyor ELI 280 309
3.9.15 Mortara Surveyor ELI 380 310
3.9.16 Mortara Surveyor RScribe 5 311
3.10 Drager Bedside Monitors 312
3.10.1 Drager Infinity® Delta 312
3.10.2 Drager Infinity® Delta XL 316
3.10.3 Drager Infinity® Kappa 317
3.10.4 Drager Infinity® Gamma XL 319
3.10.5 Drager Infinity Central Station Monitoring 321
3.10.6 Drager Infinity® Omega Solution 323
3.10.7 Drager Infinity® Omega-S Solution 325
3.10.8 Drager Infinity® M540 Monitor & M500 Docking Station Transport Solutions 327
3.10.9 Drager Infinity® Acute Care System Medical Cockpit® Integrates Diverse Clinical Information At The Point Of Care 329
3.10.10 Drager Infinity® M300 Patient Wearable Monitoring 330
3.11 Guangdong Biolight Meditech Patient Monitors 332
3.11.1 Biolight Anyview A8 Modular Patient Monitor 332
3.11.2 Guangdong Biolight Meditech Pulse Oximetry 334
3.11.3 Biolight Anyview A6 Modular Patient Monitor 335
3.11.4 Biolight Anyview M9500 Multi-Parameter Patient Monitor 336
3.11.5 Biolight Anyview Q7 Modular Patient Monitor 338
3.11.6 Biolight Anyview Q7 Modular Patient Monitor 340
3.11.7 Biolight Anyview Biolight Anyview V6 Vital Signs Monitor 341
3.11.8 Biolight Anyview M6000C Central Monitoring System 342
3.12 Welch Allyn 1500 Patient Monitor 343
3.12.1 Welch Allyn Atlas Monitor 344
3.12.2 Welch Allyn Propaq CS Monitor 345
3.12.3 Welch Allyn Propaq Encore Monitor 346
3.12.4 Welch Allyn Propaq LT Monitor 348
3.12.5 Welch Allyn Central Monitoring Station 350
3.12.6 Welch Allyn Acuity LT Central Monitoring Station 352
3.12.7 Welch Allyn Connex Central Station 354
3.12.8 Welch Allyn Connex® ProBP™ 3400 Digital Blood Pressure Device 357
3.12.9 Welch Allyn Connex Spot Monitor 359
3.12.10 Welch Allyn Connex Cital Signs Monitor 361
3.12.11 Welch Allyn ProBP 2400 Digital Blood Pressure Device 363
3.12.12 Welch Allyn Connex® Integrated Vital Signs Wall System 365
3.12.13 Welch Allyn Vital Signs Monitor 300 Series 367
3.12.14 Welch Allyn Spot Vital Signs LXi Device 368
3.12.15 Welch Allyn Central Monitoring Station 370
3.13 Honeywell LifeStream Manager 372
3.14 Biotronik Cardio Messenger 374
3.14.1 Biotronik CardioMessenger I/II 374
3.14.2 Biotronik Remote Patient Home Monitoring 376
3.14.3 Biotronik Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy Management 376
3.14.4 Biotronik Early Detection of Atrial Arrhythmias 376
3.14.5 Biotronik Optimal Pacemaker Settings 377
3.15 Maquet 379
3.16 Boston Scientific LATITUDE Consult 380
3.16.1 Boston Scientific LATITUDE NXT 381
3.17 Medtronic MyCareLink Patient Monitor 382
3.17.1 Medtronic Reveal LINQ Insertable Cardiac Monitor 383
3.17.2 Medtronic Addresses Atrial Fibrillation 383
3.18 ALTEN Calsoft Labs Remote Patient Monitoring 385
3.19 LifeWatch Cardiac and Holter Monitoring 387
3.19.1 LifeWatch LifeStar AF Express™ Auto-Detect Looping Monitor 387
3.19.2 LifeWatch Explorer™ Looping Monitor 387
3.19.3 LifeWatch Micro ER Non-Looping Monitor 388
3.19.4 LifeWatch LifeStar ACT Ex Holter 389
3.20 Abbott Labs FreeStyle Lite 390
3.20.1 Abbott Labs Precision Xtra 390
3.21 Smiths Medical BCI Advisor Vital Signs Monitor 391
3.21.1 Smiths Medical BCI Mini-Torr Plus® Non-Invasive Blood Pressure Monitor 392
3.21.2 Smiths Medical BCI Autocorr® Digital Pulse Oximeter 393
3.21.3 Smiths Medical BCI Spectro2™ Pulse Oximeter Docking Station 394
3.22 Sotera Wireless ViSi Mobile System 395
3.22.1 Sotera Visi Mobile System Vital Signs Benefits for Hospital 399
3.23 Infinium Patient Monitors 401
3.23.1 Infinium Omni Patient Monitors 401
3.23.2 Infinium Omni II Patient Monitors 403
3.23.3 Infinium Omni III Patient Monitors 404
3.23.4 Infinium Omni Express Patient Monitors 405
3.23.5 Infinium Omni K Patient Monitors 406
3.24 HealthSense 408
3.25 CardioNet MCOT 409
3.26 eCaring 409
3.27 Intel & GE/ Care Innovations Remote Care Management 413

4 Patient Monitoring Research And Technology 416
4.1 Partners Healthcare 416
4.1.1 Partners HealthCare Focus Areas: 417
4.1.2 Partners Healthcare Digital Care Delivery 418
4.1.3 Partners Healthcare Patient Segmentation 418
4.1.4 Partners Healthcare Research and Evaluation Team 419
4.1.5 Partners Healthcare Sample Recent Telemonitoring Projects 421
4.1.6 Programs in Heart Failure, Hypertension, Diabetes and Other Chronic Conditions 421
4.1.7 Partners Healthcare Center for Connected Health 423
4.2 Veteran’s Administration (VA) 424
4.3 Philips IntelliBridge Technology 424
4.3.1 Technology to Monitor Patients on the Move 425
4.4 GE Carescape V100 Dinamap Technology 425
4.5 Nihon Kohden 426
4.5.1 Nihon Kohden Pulse Wave Transit Time PWTT technology 428
4.6 Roche and Qualcomm Collaborate To Innovate Remote Patient Monitoring 434
4.7 Wireless Cardiac “Patch” 435
4.7.1 Flexible Circuit Board 436
4.7.2 Wireless Heart-Monitoring Devices 436
4.8 Wireless Sensor Network Architecture 438
4.9 Statistics Describing Telemedicine Market 439
4.9.1 Congestive Heart Failure 439
4.9.2 Diabetes Chronic Illness Numbers 442
4.9.3 Incidence of Chronic Disease 443
4.9.4 Chronic Diseases Account for Two-Thirds of Worldwide Healthcare Spending 446
4.9.5 Clinical Staff / Patient Ratios: Physician Shortages 446
4.9.6 Tele-medicine Disease Statistics: Incidence and Prevalence 447
4.9.7 Aging of The Population 448
4.9.8 Robotic Therapeutic Stroke Rehabilitation 453
4.9.9 Disease Rehabilitation 454
4.9.10 Rehabilitation of Hip Injuries 454
4.9.11 Medical Conditions Requiring Supplemental Oxygen 455
4.9.12 Tele-medicine Market Driving Forces 457
4.9.13 Measures of Tele-Medicine Effectiveness 458
4.9.14 Home Patient Monitoring Supports Patient Education 459
4.9.15 Real-Time Monitoring of Physiological Data 460
4.9.16 Tele-Medicine Honeywell and Vitarian Expert Systems Diagnostic Support 462
4.9.17 Huawei Telemedicine Helps Treat Chronic Diseases in an Aging Population 463
4.10 Telemedicine Device and App Prices 464
4.10.1 Tele-Medicine Prices and Reimbursement 464
4.10.1 Cost of Honeywell Homemed Home Health Monitoring & MedPartner 465
4.10.2 TouchPointCare 466
4.11 Number of Hospitals, Metrics 466

5. Patient Monitoring Company Description 470
5.1 Abbott Labs 470
5.2 Alten Calsoft Labs 473
5.2.1 Alten Calsoft LabsRevenue 473
5.3 AMD Global Telemedicine 474
5.4 American Telecare 474
5.5 Biotronik 474
5.5.1 Biotronik Business Areas Of Electrotherapy And Vascular Intervention 475
5.5.2 Biotronik Electrotherapy 475
5.5.3 Biotronik Vascular Intervention 476
5.5.4 Biotronik CHF Study 477
5.6 Boston Scientific 478
5.6.1 Boston Scientific / AMS Portfolio Acquisition 479
5.6.2 Boston Scientific Cardiovascular Interventional Cardiology 480
5.6.3 Boston Scientific Cardiac Rhythm Management 480
5.6.4 Electrophysiology 481
5.7 BPL Group / Penlon 481
5.7.1 Penlon Secures Investment From Leading Indian Medical Devices Company 482
5.7.2 BPL Medical Technologies 483
5.7.3 Penlon 483
5.8 Cardiocom 484
5.9 CardioNet 486
5.10 Care Innovations 486
5.10.1 Care Innovations: Intel and GE 486
5.11 Criticare Technologies 487
5.12 Drager 488
5.12.1 Dräger Evita Infinity® V500 490
5.12.2 Dräger Evita XL 491
5.12.3 Dräger Savina® 300 492
5.12.4 Drager Life Support for Newborn Babies 493
5.12.5 Drager Airborne Ventilation 494
5.12.6 Drägerwerk AG Revenue 495
5.12.7 Drager Achieves DIACAP Certification for Patient Monitoring 498
5.13 eCaring 498
5.14 Fukuda Denshi 499
5.14.1 Fukuda Denshi US Business Description 501
5.15 General Electric 502
5.15.1 General Electric Agreement to Sell the Appliances Business to Qingdao Haier Co., Ltd. (Haier) 504
5.15.2 GE Capital Exit Plan 504
5.15.3 General Electric Acquisition of Alstom's Thermal, Renewables and Grid Businesses. 507
5.15.4 GE Healthcare 507
5.15.5 GE Capital Exit Plan 510
5.16 Getinge Group / Maquet 512
5.16.1 Consent Decree Between the Maquet Medical Systems Business and Food and Drug Administration (FDA) 512
4.10.2 Maquet Medical Systems U.S. Distribution Agreement With ReFlow Medical To Expand Cardiac Solutions 513
5.16.2 Getinge 514
5.19.3 Getinge Group Sales 515
5.17 Guangdong Biolight Meditech Co., Ltd. 516
5.18 HealthSense 517
5.19 Hill-ROM / Welch Allyn 518
5.19.1 Welch Allyn Acquires Wireless Remote Patient Monitoring HealthInterlink 518
5.20 Honeywell 519
5.20.1 Honeywell Life Care Solutions 519
5.21 Infinium 521
5.22 Intel & GE / Care Innovations 521
5.23 LifeWatch 522
5.24 Medtronic 523
5.24.1 Medtronic Acquisition of Covidien 525
5.24.2 Medtronic Patient and Device Management 528
5.24.3 Geneia Multi-Year Partnership with Covidien to Enter $21 Billion Remote Patient Monitoring Market528
5.24.4 Medtronic Revenue 530
5.25 Mindray 531
5.25.1 Vertically Integrated Operating Model 532
5.25.2 Mindray Business Segments 533
5.26 Mortara 536
5.26.1 Mortara Manufacturing Philosophy 537
5.26.2 Mortara Patient Monitors 538
5.27 Nihon Kohden 539
5.27.1 Nihon Kohden Patient Monitors 542
5.27.2 Nihon Kohden Business Areas 545
5.27.3 Nihon Kohden Physiological Measuring Equipment 547
5.27.4 Nihon Kohden Revenue 550
5.28 NSD / Viterion 553
5.28.1 NSD / Viterion 555
5.29 Opto Circuits 556
5.29.1 Opto Circuits / Criticare Systems 557
5.29.2 Opto Circuits Revenue 558
5.30 OSI Systems 560
5.30.1 OSI / Spacelabs Healthcare 560
5.30.2 OSI Security Division 562
5.30.3 OSI Optoelectronics Division 562
5.30.4 OSI Capitalizing on Global Reach 563
5.31 BPL Group / Penlon 567
5.31.1 Penlon Products and Services 568
5.32 Philips 570
5.32.1 Philips Enables Consumer Lifestyle 572
5.32.2 Philips Addresses Healthcare Landscape 573
5.32.3 Philips Healthcare 576
5.32.4 Philips Healthcare Modernization 579
5.32.5 Philips Patient Care & Monitoring Solutions: 581
5.32.6 Philips Healthcare Revenue 582
5.32.7 Philips Accelerate! Positioning 590
5.32.8 Philips Creating Two Winning Companies 594
5.38.9 Philips Positions with Meaningful Solutions Based on Understanding Needs 599
5.33 Qualcomm Incorporated 602
5.33.1 Qualcomm / UnitedHealthcare 602
5.34 Roche 603
5.35 Schiller 604
5.36 Sotera Wireless 605
5.37 Smiths Medical 606
5.37.1 Smiths Medical Facts and Figures 607
5.37.2 Smiths Medical Product Portfolio 608
5.38 St. Jude Medical 608
5.39 Vitaphone 609
5.40 Other Patient Monitor Companies 609

List of Tables and Figures

Table ES-1 Cardiac Patient Monitoring Market Driving Forces 34
Table ES-2 Cardiac Patient Monitoring Market Factors 36
Figure ES-3 Patient Monitors Market Shares, Dollars, 2015 38
Figure ES-4 Patient Monitoring Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2016-2022 40
Table 1-1 Transforming Healthcare Market Landscape 42
Table 1-2 Transforming Healthcare Market Functions 43
Table 1-3 Transforming Healthcare Continuum 44
Figure 1-4 Transforming Healthcare Market Landscape 45
Figure 1-5 Typical Patient Parameters Monitored 52
Table 2-1 Cardiac Patient Monitoring Market Driving Forces 56
Table 2-2 Cardiac Patient Monitoring Market Factors 58
Table 2-3 Patient Monitoring Technology Challenges: Wearables 62
Table 2-4 Patient Monitoring Technology Challenges: Systems Integration 63
Table 2-5 Patient Monitoring Technology Challenges: Wireless Communications 64
Table 2-6 Patient Monitoring Technology Challenges: Analytics 65
Table 2-7 Patient Monitoring Technology Challenges: Quality 67
Figure 2-8 Patient Monitors Market Shares, Dollars, 2015 70
Table 2-9 Patient Monitoring Market Shares, Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2015 71
Table 2-10 Philips Patient Monitoring Portfolio Targets 72
Figure 2-11 Philips IntelliVue MX40 73
Figure 2-12 Patient Monitoring Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2016-2022 79
Table 2-13 Patient Monitor Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2016-2022 80
Table 2-15 Patient Monitor Market Segments, Central Station, Bedside, Neonatal, Anesthesia, Transport, Vital Signs and Wrist Monitors, Implant Device Home Monitors, and Telemedicine Home Monitors, Dollars, Worldwide, 2015 82
Table 2-16 Home Based Vital Signs Monitor Functions 85
Table 2-17 Patient Monitor Market Segments, Percent and Dollars, Worldwide, 2015 86
Table 2-18 Patient Monitor Company Segments, Percent, Worldwide, 2015 87
Table 2-19 Patient Monitor Market Segment Forecasts, Central Station, Bedside, Neonatal, Anesthesia, Transport, Vital Signs, Cardiac Implant Remote Monitoring, and Telemedicine Monitoring, Dollars, Worldwide, 2016-2022 88
Table 2-20 Patient Monitor Market Segment Forecasts, Central Station, Bedside, Anesthesia, Neonatal, Transport, Vital Signs, Cardiac Implant Remote Monitoring, and Telemedicine Monitoring, Units, Worldwide, 2016-2022 89
Table 2-21 Patient Monitor Central Station Market Shares, Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2015 91
Figure 2-22 Philips Central Monitor Horizon Trends 93
Figure 2-23 GE CARESCAPE CIC Pro Central Station 94
Table 2-24 Nihon Kohden CNS-6201 Central Monitor Features 95
Table 2-25 Patient Monitor Central Station Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2015 96
Table 2-26 Patient Monitor Central Station Market Forecasts, Units, Worldwide, 2015 97
Figure 2-27 Philips IntelliVue MP5 98
Figure 2-28 Philips IntelliVue MX700 99
Table 2-29 GE Monitor Features For Cardiac/Intensive Care: 100
Table 2-30 Patient Bedside Monitor Market Shares, Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2015 101
Table 2-31 Patient Bedside Monitor Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2015 102
Table 2-32 Patient Bedside Monitor Market Forecasts, Units, Worldwide, 2015 103
Table 2-33 Patient Neonatal Monitor Market Shares, Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2015 104
Table 2-34 Selected Leading US Neonatal Care Facilities 105
Table 2-35 Patient Neonatal Monitor Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2015 107
Table 2-36 Patient Neonatal Monitor Market Forecasts, Units, Worldwide, 2015 108
Table 2-37 Patient Anesthesia Monitor Market Shares, Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2015 110
Table 2-38 Patient Anesthesia Monitor Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2015 111
Table 2-39 Patient Anesthesia Monitor Market Forecasts, Units, Worldwide, 2015 112
Table 2-40 Patient Transport Monitor Market Shares, Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2015 113
Table 2-41 Patient Transport Monitor Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2015 114
Table 2-42 Patient Transport Monitor Market Forecasts, Units, Worldwide, 2015 115
Table 2-43 Patient Vital Signs and Wrist Monitor Market Shares, Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2015 116
Table 2-44 Patient Vital Signs and Wrist Monitor Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2015 118
Table 2-45 Patient Vital Signs and Wrist Monitor Market Forecasts, Units, Worldwide, 2015 119
Table 2-46 Patient Implant Home Monitor Market Shares, Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2015 120
Table 2-47 Patient Cardiac Device Implant Home Tele-Monitor Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2015 121
Table 2-48 Patient Cardiac Device Implant Home Tele-Monitor Market Forecasts, Units, Worldwide, 2015 122
Table 2-49 Patient Telemedicine Home Monitor Market Shares, Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2015 123
Table 2-50 Sotera ViSi Mobile System Vital Signs Benefits for Hospital 126
Table 2-51 Patient Home Telemedicine Monitor Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2015 127
Table 2-52 Patient Home Telemedicine Monitor Market Forecasts, Units, Worldwide, 2015 128
Figure 2-53 Patient Monitors Regional Market Segments, 2015 133
Table 2-54 Patient Monitors Regional Market Segments, 2015 134
Figure 2-55 Philips Healthcare Market Position in China 137
Figure 2-56 Philips Partners in Europe 138
Table 3-1 Philips Patient Monitoring Portfolio Targets 140
Figure 3-2 Philips IntelliVue MX40 141
Figure 3-3 Philips IntelliVue MX40 Parameters Monitored 142
Figure 3-4 Philips IntelliVue MX400 143
Table 3-5 Philips Intellivue MX400 Transport Monitor Care Environments 144
Table 3-6 Philips Intellivue MX400 Transport Monitor Features 145
Table 3-7 Philips Intellivue MX400 Transport Monitor Calculations 146
Table 3-8 Philips Intellivue MX400 Transport Monitor Guardian EWS Customizable To Match Hospital Clinical Protocols 147
Table 3-9 Philips Intellivue MX400 Transport Monitor Vital Sign Parameters And Clinical Observations 148
Table 3-10 Philips Intellivue G1 and G5 Transport Monitor Anesthesia Features 149
Table 3-11 Philips Intellivue Monitor Critical and Cardiac Care Features 150
Table 3-12 Philips Intellivue Monitor Critical and Cardiac Care Functions 151
Figure 3-13 Philips IntelliVue MX800 154
Figure 3-14 Philips IntelliVue MP2 155
Figure 3-15 Philips IntelliVue MP5 156
Figure 3-16 Philips IntelliVue MX700 157
Figure 3-17 Philips IntelliVue MMS X2 158
Figure 3-18 Philips IntelliVue MX500 159
Figure 3-19 Philips IntelliVue MX550 160
Figure 3-20 Philips IntelliVue MX450 161
Figure 3-21 Philips IntelliVue MP90 162
Figure 3-22 Philips IntelliVue MP5SC 163
Figure 3-23 Philips SureSigns VSi 164
Figure 3-24 Philips SureSigns VM1 165
Figure 3-25 Philips SureSigns VS3 165
Figure 3-26 Philips SureSigns VS2+ 166
Figure 3-27 Philips SureSigns VS4 167
Figure 3-28 GE B40 Patient Monitor 169
Figure 3-29 GE CARESCAPE CIC Pro Central Station 171
Figure 3-30 GE CARESCAPE CIC Pro Central Station With Multiple MOnitors and Multiple Views 172
Figure 3-31 GE CARESCAPE CIC Pro Central Station Clinical Assessment 173
Table 3-32 GE CARESCAPE* Monitor B850 Functions 175
Table 3-33 GE CARESCAPE* Monitor B850 Features 176
Table 3-34 GE CARESCAPE* Monitor B850 Features 177
Table 3-35 GE CARESCAPE Monitor Neonatal NICU: 177
Table 3-36 GE CARESCAPE Monitor For Cardiac/Intensive Care: 178
Table 3-37 GE CARESCAPE Monitor For Cardiac/Intensive Care For the OR and PACU: 179
Table 3-38 GE CARESCAPE Monitor Multi-Parameter Modules 180
Table 3-39 GE CARESCAPE Monitor Patient Side Module 181
Table 3-40 GE CARESCAPE Monitor Neurology 181
Table 3-41 GE CARESCAPE Monitor For Cardiac/Intensive Care Hemodynamic Modules 182
Table 3-42 GE CARESCAPE Respiratory Module Parameters 183
Table 3-43 GE CARESCAPE Respiratory Module Specifications 183
Table 3-44 GE CARESCAPE* Monitor B650 Anesthesia Integration Functions 184
Table 3-45 GE CARESCAPE Monitor B650 Functions 185
Figure 3-46 GE CARESCAPE Bedside Monitor B450 186
Table 3-47 GE CARESCAPE V100 Module Functions 188
Figure 3-48 Nihon Kohden CNS-9101 189
Figure 3-49 Nihon Kohden CNS-6201 190
Table 3-50 Nihon Kohden CNS-6201 Central Monitor Features 191
Figure 3-51 Nihon Kohden WEP-5204 192
Figure 3-52 Nihon Kohden Patient Monitor WEP-5204 Features 193
Figure 3-53 Nihon Kohden ViTrac QP-988P/QP-989P 194
Table 3-54 Nihon Kohden ViTrac Network Server Provides Monitoring Information On Multiple Patients 194
Figure 3-55 Nihon Kohden Life Scope G9 195
Table 3-56 Nihon Kohden Life Scope Communication And Customization Functions And Information 196
Figure 3-57 Nihon Kohden Life Scope GR 197
Table 3-58 Nihon Kohden Life Scope GR Features 198
Table 3-59 Nihon Kohden Life Scope GR Functions 199
Table 3-60 Nihon Kohden Smart Cable™ Technology Benefits 200
Table 3-61 Nihon Kohden Smart Cable Technology Vital Signs Parameters 201

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