market is valued at USD 1.79 Billion in 2021 and is expected to grow with a
Compound Annual Growth
Rate (CAGR) of 10.4 % between 2022 and 2028.
Therapeutic sensors are devices that provide analytical care in
different body movements such as noise, pressure, heat, light, and any specific
the resulting force is transmitted for analysis. These devices
convert physical stimuli into electrical
signals. have great
benefits in diagnosing, treating, and controlling the disease.
The use of low-cost sensors in mobile and connected medical devices in recent years has seen a dramatic increase in demand due to their application in portable and connected medical devices. Portable medical devices are electronic components that are widely used in patient monitoring systems. Advances in wireless healthcare technology such as have increased the preference of patients to medical facilities. Manufacturers of medical devices focus on the development of portable sensors. The need for less expensive sensors with less form, improved performance, lower power consumption, and higher reliability are increasing due to the increased use of these devices.
The complexity of designing compatible which serves the need for smaller, simpler, portable, and less expensive medical devices is growing worldwide. Manufacturers of sensors need to ensure that the sensors they are designing comply with the specific medical equipment to which they would be used. When designing non-lightweight , manufacturers must ensure the normal operation of the medical equipment in which these sensors are to be assembled. For example, it is very difficult for sensory manufacturers to obtain the required accuracy and optimal signal-to-noise (SNR) measurement while developing based on device specifications. Another problem that sensory producers face while developing is the need to measure and evaluate analogy components used in sensors. Sensory development involves many types of neurons that function in a similar way, which increases complexity in construction and testing. Such difficulties may hinder the growth of the market.
The global market for is segmented on the basis of type into blood glucose sensors, ECG sensors, accelerometers, motion sensors, pressure sensors, temperature sensors, blood oxygen sensors, image sensors, inertial sensors, SQUID sensors, and others. On the basis of applications, the market is divided into diagnostic, therapeutic, surgical, monitoring, imaging. While on a technical basis the market is divided into wearable sensors, focused nerves, strip sensors, aggressive/ non-insensitive sensors, and embedded sensors. The market for is spread over the regions of North America, Asia Pacific, Europe, Latin America, Middle East & Africa. The Asia Pacific medical market is expected to grow rapidly at the time of forecasting. The region is expected to gain market share due to the increase in chronic diseases and the increase in neurological awareness among the population. Rising human capital also contributes to market growth in the Asia Pacific and Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA). Increased focus on medical neurological development over the past few years, the development of health care infrastructure, and early diagnosis are encouraging the growth of the medical neurological market in these regions.
Some of the major players operating in the global market include Medtronic (Ireland), TE Connectivity (Switzerland), Analog Devices (US), ST Microelectronics (Switzerland), and Texas Instruments (US).