Global Neonatal Infant Care Equipments Market In-Depth Study and Development Trends Impelling Growth Forecasted till 2022

Albany, New York, May 29, 2017: Rapidly growing world population, coupled with increased cases of premature birth incidence, have increased the need for proper care of neonatal and infants. As the populace surges ahead, the requirement for the neonatal infant care equipment is projected for a healthy growth rate during the forecast period of 2017 to 2022. Market Research Hub (MRH) has recently published a survey report titled “Global Neonatal Infant Care Equipments Market Professional Survey Report 2017” to their online research offerings section, which offers an exhaustive analysis of the overall market current scenario with future growth prospects. Moreover, the report also mentions all the major factors and trends that are expected to impact the demand during the forecast period, positively or negatively.

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Newly born babies require special assistance and monitoring due to medical conditions such as low birth weight and premature birth. In order to ensure proper care and healthy development, these infants are placed in special wards and given care, which is referred to as neonatal care. Studies have constantly demonstrated the importance of prenatal and neonatal infant care in the development of healthy babies. As per the findings, increasing premature birth incidences will continue to be a major factor propelling the demand for neonatal infant care equipment.

Geographically, the research throws lights on some of the major regions, such as North America, Southeast Asia, Europe, China, Japan and India. In the first section, the research starts by presenting the industry overview of neonatal infant care equipments along with its definition, classification and applications. Moreover, neonatal equipment covers devices that are used in numerous applications for neonatal care such as respiratory assistance, monitoring, thermoregulation and others. The report has classified the global market of neonatal infant care equipment into following segments, such as phototherapy equipment, hearing screening, monitoring systems, vision screening and thermoregulation devices.

Based on applications, it covers pediatric and neonatal clinics, nursing homes and hospitals. Of these, the market is expected to witness the highest consumption by pediatric and neonatal clinics. Moreover, the research analyzes the market overall performance in terms of revenue and volume contribution. Impact analysis of vital growth drivers and restraints are included to better equip clients with effective decision-making insights.

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At last, the main companies for the market are listed with a detailed overview and SWOT analysis. Key companies operating in the global market are GE Healthcare, Medtronic, Pluss Advanced Technologies, Dragerwerk, Koninklijke Philips, Novos Medical Systems, Natus Medical, BabyBloom Healthcare, Medical Technology Transfer and Services Asia (MTTS Asia), Weyer, Fanem, Fisher & Paykel Healthcare, Inspiration Healthcare Group. Development trend analysis, marketing type analysis and consumer analysis are also outlined.

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