Remote Patient Monitoring Devices Topic Research Report 2022 –

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Remote Patient Monitoring Devices – Topic Search” report has been added to from offer.

This report is a thematic note that identifies the companies most likely to succeed in a world filled with disruptive threats. Inside, we predict the evolution of each theme and identify leading and disruptive companies.

Remote patient monitoring (RPM) is the use of digital technologies and services to monitor, analyze and capture patient health data and send this information to healthcare professionals for further evaluation. RPM devices can greatly improve the management of various chronic diseases.

The primary purpose of RPM devices is to accurately collect a wide range of health data from a patient, such as blood pressure, heart rate, vital signs, weight, and blood sugar. The patient’s health information is then passed on to healthcare specialists for monitoring and evaluation, with patients staying at home rather than visiting healthcare facilities.

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  • Develop and design your business strategies through in-house expert analysis of remote patient monitoring by understanding the key ways this topic is impacting the medical device industry.

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  • Identify emerging industry trends to gain competitive advantage.

Main topics covered:

  • Summary

  • Players

  • Technology briefing

  • Tendencies

  • Technology Trends

  • Macroeconomic trends

  • Regulatory trends

  • Industry analysis

  • Market size and growth forecast

  • RPM Devices: COVID-19 Use Cases

  • Mergers and Acquisitions

  • Chronology

  • Value chain

  • Vital signs monitoring devices

  • Specialized Monitoring Devices

  • Portable devices

  • Implantable devices

  • Companies

  • Sector dashboards

  • Medical Devices Industry Dashboard

  • Glossary

Companies cited

  • GE Healthcare

  • Medtronic

  • Phillips

  • panasonic

  • Welch Allyn

  • Masimo

  • Nihon Kohden

  • Qardio

  • Diagnosis Bardy

  • Microlife

  • Ambio Health

  • Abbott

  • DexCom

  • senseonics

  • Bioling

  • Olympus

  • Nemaura Medical

  • Invigorate health

  • Pkvitality

  • Eccrine systems

  • Apple

  • Google

  • Microsoft

  • Samsung

  • Garmin

  • Lepu Medical

  • Shree Pacetronix

  • Vitatron stimulators

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