September 11, 2019

Transcutaneous Oxygen Monitors Market Poised to Garner Maximum Revenues by 2026

Transcutaneous oxygen monitor is a medical equipment which used to calculate the amount of oxygen diffusing through the layers of skin into the capillaries. Transcutaneous oxygen measurement is an important tool for diagnosing and assessment tool for individuals. Transcutaneous oxygen monitors were intended for neonatal use; however, these have become an important tool in several clinical areas such as quantification & diagnosis of peripheral vascular diseases, revascularization, and hyperbaric treatment. Transcutaneous oxygen monitor sensors once placed over the skin surface start recording oxygen levels. It is to be noted that these electrodes must be calibrated before use.

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Transcutaneous oxygen monitoring is routinely performed for premature babies in NICU, as sudden changes in oxygen levels can lead to severe complications such as hypoxia, retinopathy, and bronchopulmonary dysplasia. In order to measure the oxygen levels, a sensor is applied over the body to record and measure the rate of diffusion of blood gases through the skin. In case of infants, the optimum levels of transcutaneous oxygen should be 60 mm Hg to 70 mm Hg.

Transcutaneous oxygen monitors play an important role by providing evidence on the levels of oxygen supply to the tissue during absorption, transport, and de-oxygenation process. Transcutaneous oxygen monitoring helps to improve diagnosis of individuals with peripheral angiopathy.

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Major drivers of the global transcutaneous oxygen monitors market include new product launches, expansion of health care infrastructure in developing countries, increase in mergers & acquisitions, rise in prevalence of chronic diseases, and surge in awareness. Tissue injury, development of superior technology of oxygen monitoring, stringent regulation governing the use of medical devices, and chance of recording false positive or false negative readings are the key factors restraining the global market.

The global transcutaneous oxygen monitors market can be segmented based on product type, patient type, application, end-user, and region. In terms of product type, the global market can be classified into wound healing monitors, neonatal monitors, and others. Based on patient type, the global transcutaneous oxygen monitors market can be bifurcated into neonates and adults. In terms of application, the global market can be divided into wound healing, revascularization, hyperbaric treatment, blood gas monitoring, and others. Based on end-user, the global transcutaneous oxygen monitors market can be categorized into hospitals, specialized clinics, diagnostic centers, ambulatory surgical centers, and others.