EUROPEAN MARKETS FOR CRITICAL CARE PATIENT MONITORING PRODUCTS

275 Pages | 76 Exhibits | 2008 Analysis | Forecasts Through 2011 Product Family: Market Reports




OVERVIEW:
In 2007, sales of critical care patient monitoring products in the European countries of France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and the United Kingdom totaled approximately $1.4 billion, with vital signs monitoring systems accounting for an estimated 82.4% of sales, level of consciousness monitoring systems accounting for 8.9% of sales, hemodynamic monitoring systems accounting for 6.1% of sales, and neurologic monitoring systems accounting for the remaining 2.6% of sales. Over the forecast period covered by this report, total sales of critical care patient monitoring products in these European countries are expected to increase at a compound annual rate of 11.2%, reaching approximately $2.2 billion in the year 2011.

This Medtech Insight report presents an overview of the European critical care patient monitoring products market. Market forecasts are provided for neurologic monitoring systems (intracranial pressure and cerebral blood gas monitoring systems), level of consciousness monitoring systems, hemodynamic monitoring systems (pulmonary artery catheters and noninvasive cardiac output monitoring products), and vital signs monitoring systems (configured, modular, portable, and telemetry systems).

TABLE OF CONTENTS:
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY	

i.	Critical Care Overview	
ii.	Vital Signs Patient Monitoring Products Market	
iii.	Neurologic Patient Monitoring Products Market	
iv.	Level of Consciousness Patient Monitoring Products Market	
v.	Hemodynamic Patient Monitoring Products Market	
vi.	Methodology	

Exhibit ES-1:	Europe, Critical Care Patient Monitoring Products, Combined Market Forecast, 2006-2011	
Exhibit ES-2:	Europe, Vital Signs Monitoring Systems, Market Forecast, 2006-2011	
Exhibit ES-3:	Europe, Neurologic Monitoring Products, Market Forecast, 2006-2011	
Exhibit ES-4:	Europe, Level of Consciousness Monitoring Products, Market Forecast, 2006-2011	
Exhibit ES-5:	Europe, Hemodynamic Monitoring Products, Market Forecast, 2006-2011	

1.	EUROPEAN HEALTHCARE MARKETS	

1.1	The European Union	
	1.1.1	A Common Currency	
	1.1.2	Regulatory Policies	
1.2	Factors Affecting Healthcare Delivery in the European Union	
	1.2.1	Aging Population	
	1.2.2	Healthcare Spending	
	1.2.3	Hospital Group Purchasing Organizations
	1.2.4	Reimbursement	
	1.2.5	Community-Based Healthcare	
1.3	Selected European National Healthcare Profiles	
	1.3.1	France	
		1.3.1.1	Healthcare Organization and Reform	
		1.3.1.2	Hospital Services	
		1.3.1.3	Medical Device Reimbursement
	1.3.2	Germany	
		1.3.2.1	Healthcare Organization and Reform	
		1.3.2.2	Hospital Services	
		1.3.2.3	Medical Device Reimbursement	
	1.3.3	Italy	
		1.3.3.1	Healthcare Organization and Reform	
		1.3.3.2	Hospital Services	
		1.3.3.3	Medical Device Reimbursement	
	1.3.4	Spain	
		1.3.4.1	Healthcare Organization and Reform	
		1.3.4.2	Hospital Services	
		1.3.4.3	Medical Device Reimbursement	
	1.3.5	United Kingdom	
		1.3.5.1	Healthcare Organization and Reform	
		1.3.5.2	Hospital Services	
		1.3.5.3	Medical Device Reimbursement	

Exhibit 1-1:	European Union, Medical Devices Risk Classification System	
Exhibit 1-2:	2007, Europe, Population Statistics, Selected Countries	
Exhibit 1-3:	France, Selected National Healthcare Statistics	
Exhibit 1-4:	Germany, Selected National Healthcare Statistics	
Exhibit 1-5:	Italy, Selected National Healthcare Statistics	
Exhibit 1-6:	Spain, Selected National Healthcare Statistics	
Exhibit 1-7:	United Kingdom, Selected National Healthcare Statistics	

2.	OVERVIEW OF THE CRITICAL CARE ENVIRONMENT
	
2.1	Conditions Treated in the Critical Care Unit	
2.2	Critical Care Unit Staffing	
	2.2.1	Intensivists	
	2.2.2	Nurses and Other Allied Healthcare Professionals	
2.3	Critical Care Units, by Size and Type	
2.4	Equipment and Products Used in the Critical Care Setting	
	2.4.1	Invasive and Noninvasive Equipment and Products	
	2.4.2	Transport Equipment and Products	
2.5	Critical Access Hospital Designation	
2.6	Issues Affecting Critical Care Delivery	
	2.6.1	Patient Demographics	
	2.6.2	Managed Care	
	2.6.3	Healthcare Personnel Shortages	
	2.6.4	Trends in Critical Care Product Purchasing	
	2.6.5	Device Company Alliances	

Exhibit 2-1:	2006, Number of Anesthetists/Intensivists in Selected European Countries	
Exhibit 2-2:	Selected Critical Care Nursing and Allied Healthcare Responsibilities	
Exhibit 2-3:	2006, Number of Emergency Rooms and Beds in Selected European Countries	
Exhibit 2-4:	2006, Total Equipped Positions, by Type of Intensive Care Unit and Facility in Selected European Countries	
Exhibit 2-5:	2006, France, Total Equipped Positions, by Type of  Intensive Care Unit and Facility
Exhibit 2-6:	2006, Germany, Total Equipped Positions, by Type of Intensive Care Unit and Facility	
Exhibit 2-7:	2006, Italy, Total Equipped Positions, by Type of Intensive Care Unit and Facility	
Exhibit 2-8:	2006, Spain, Total Equipped Positions, by Type of Intensive Care Unit and Facility	
Exhibit 2-9:	2006, United Kingdom, Total Equipped Positions, by Type of Intensive Care Unit and Facility	

3.	VITAL SIGNS PATIENT MONITORING PRODUCTS MARKET

3.1	Information Integration	
3.2	Configured Monitoring Systems	
	3.2.1	Products and Technology	
	3.2.2	Market Analysis	
	3.2.3	Competitive Analysis	
3.3	Modular Monitoring Systems	
	3.3.1	Products and Technology	
	3.3.2	Market Analysis	
	3.3.3	Competitive Analysis	
3.4	Portable Monitoring Systems	
	3.4.1	Products and Technology	
	3.4.2	Market Analysis	
	3.4.3	Competitive Analysis
3.5	Telemetry Monitoring Systems
	3.5.1	Products and Technology	
	3.5.2	Market Analysis	
	3.5.3	Competitive Analysis	
3.6	Vital Signs Monitoring Systems, Combined Market Analysis	
	3.6.1	Acquisitions and Mergers	

Exhibit 3-1:	2008, Selected Product Characteristics and Performance Requirements of Configured Vital Signs Monitoring Systems for 
	Adult Patients	
Exhibit 3-2:	2008, Selected Product Characteristics and Performance Requirements of Configured Vital Signs Monitoring Systems for 
	Neonatal and Pediatric Patients	
Exhibit 3-3:	2008, Selected Configured Vital Signs Monitoring Systems
Exhibit 3-4:	Europe, Configured Vital Signs Monitoring Systems, Market Forecast, by Country, 2006-2011	
Exhibit 3-5:	2007, Europe, Configured Vital Signs Monitoring Systems Market, Share by Supplier	
Exhibit 3-6:	Selected Product Characteristics and Performance Requirements of Modular Vital Signs Monitoring Systems for Adult Patients
Exhibit 3-7:	Selected Product Characteristics and Performance Requirements of Modular Vital Signs Monitoring Systems for Neonatal and 
	Pediatric Patients	
Exhibit 3-8:	2008, Selected Modular Vital Signs Monitoring Systems	
Exhibit 3-9:	Europe, Modular Vital Signs Monitoring Systems, Market Forecast, by Country, 2006-2011	
Exhibit 3-10:	2007, Europe, Modular Vital Signs Monitoring Systems Market, Share by Supplier
Exhibit 3-11:	End-User Needs Supporting the Emergence of Portable Vital Signs Monitoring Systems
Exhibit 3-12:	2008, Selected Product Characteristics and Performance Requirements of Portable Vital Signs Monitoring Systems	
Exhibit 3-13:	2008, Selected Portable Vital Signs Monitoring Systems	
Exhibit 3-14:	Europe, Portable Vital Signs Monitoring Systems,Market Forecast, by Country, 2006-2011	
Exhibit 3-15:	2007, Europe, Portable Vital Signs Monitoring Systems Market, Share by Supplier	
Exhibit 3-16:	2008, Selected Product Characteristics and Performance Requirements of Telemetry Vital Signs Monitoring Systems	
Exhibit 3-17:	2008, Selected Telemetry Vital Signs Monitoring Systems	
Exhibit 3-18:	Europe, Telemetry Vital Signs Monitoring Systems, Market Forecast, by Country, 2006-2011	
Exhibit 3-19:	2007, Europe, Telemetry Vital Signs Monitoring Systems Market, Share by Supplier	
Exhibit 3-20:	Europe, Vital Signs Monitoring Systems, Combined Market Forecast, 2006-2011

4.	NEUROLOGIC PATIENT MONITORING PRODUCTS MARKET
	
4.1	Clinical Overview	
	4.1.1	Traumatic Brain Injury	
	4.1.2	Stroke	
	4.1.3	Cerebral Aneurysm	
	4.1.4	Brain Tumors	
4.2	Intracranial Pressure Monitoring	
	4.2.1	Products and Technologies	
	4.2.2	Market Analysis	
	4.2.3	Competitive Analysis	
4.3	Cerebral Blood Gas Monitoring	
	4.3.1	Products and Technology
	4.3.2	Market Analysis	
	4.3.3	Competitive Analysis	
4.4	Neurologic Monitoring Systems, Combined Market Analysis	

Exhibit 4-1:	Europe, Incidence of Aggregate Hospitalized plus Fatal Traumatic Brain Injuries	
Exhibit 4-2:	Europe, Deaths from Stroke for Men	
Exhibit 4-3:	Europe, Deaths from Stroke for Women	
Exhibit 4-4:	Europe, Incidence of Tumors of the Brain and Central Nervous System	
Exhibit 4-5:	2008, Selected Intracranial Pressure Monitoring Systems	
Exhibit 4-6:	Europe, Intracranial Pressure Monitors, Market Forecast, by Country, 2006-2011	
Exhibit 4-7:	Europe, Single-Use Intracranial Pressure Catheters/Sensors, Market Forecast, by Country, 2006-2011	
Exhibit 4-8:	Europe, Intracranial Pressure Monitoring Products, Combined Market Forecast, 2006-2011	
Exhibit 4-9:	2007, Europe, Intracranial Pressure Monitoring Products Market, Share by Supplier	
Exhibit 4-10:	2008, Selected Cerebral Blood Gas Monitoring Products	
Exhibit 4-11:	Europe, Cerebral Blood Gas Monitors, Market Forecast, by Country, 2006-2011	
Exhibit 4-12:	Europe, Cerebral Blood Gas Sensors, Market Forecast, by Country, 2006-2011	
Exhibit 4-13:	Europe, Cerebral Blood Gas Monitoring Products, Combined Market Forecast, 2006-2011	
Exhibit 4-14:	2007, Europe, Cerebral Blood Gas Monitoring Products Market, Share by Supplier
Exhibit 4-15:	Europe, Neurologic Monitoring Systems, Combined Market Forecast, 2006-2011	

5.	LEVEL OF CONSCIOUSNESS PATIENT MONITORING PRODUCTS MARKET
	
5.1	Products and Technologies	
	5.1.1	Aspect Medical Systems	
	5.1.2	Danmeter	
	5.1.3	GE Healthcare/General Electric	
	5.1.4	Hospira	
	5.1.5	MT MonitorTechnik	
	5.1.6	Developments and Trends	
5.2	Market Analysis	
5.3	Competitive Analysis	

Exhibit 5-1:	Selected Areas of Application for Level of Consciousness Monitoring Products	
Exhibit 5-2:	2008, Selected Level of Consciousness Monitoring Systems	
Exhibit 5-3:	Europe, Level of Consciousness Monitoring Systems, Combined Market Forecast, 2006-2011	
Exhibit 5-4:	Europe, Level of Consciousness Monitoring Systems, Combined Market Forecast, by Country, 2006-2011	
Exhibit 5-5:	Europe, Level of Consciousness Monitors, Market Forecast, by Country, 2006-2011
Exhibit 5-6:	Europe, Level of Consciousness Sensors, Market Forecast, by Country, 2006-2011	
Exhibit 5-7:	2007, Europe, Level of Consciousness Monitoring Systems Market, Share by Supplier	

6.	HEMODYNAMIC MONITORING PRODUCTS MARKET	

6.1	Pulmonary Artery Catheterization versus Noninvasive and Minimally Invasive Cardiac Output Monitoring	
6.2	Pulmonary Artery Catheters	
	6.2.1	Indications for Use	
	6.2.2	The Debate Over Pulmonary Artery Catheterization	
	6.2.3	Products and Technologies	
		6.2.3.1	Arrow International/Teleflex Medical/Teleflex	
		6.2.3.2	Becton Dickinson	
		6.2.3.3	Edwards Lifesciences	
		6.2.3.4	Hospira	
	6.2.4	Market Analysis	
	6.2.5	Competitive Analysis	
6.3	Noninvasive and Minimally Invasive Hemodynamic Monitoring	
	6.3.1	Technologies	
		6.3.1.1	Bioimpedance	
		6.3.1.2	Esophageal Doppler Ultrasound	
		6.3.1.3	Fick Partial Rebreathing	
		6.3.1.4	Arterial Waveform Analysis	
	6.3.2	Products	
		6.3.2.1	Arrow International/Teleflex Medical/Teleflex	
		6.3.2.2	CardioDynamics International	
		6.3.2.3	Deltex Medical	
		6.3.2.4	LiDCO
		6.3.2.5	PULSION Medical Systems
		6.3.2.6	Respironics/Philips Healthcare/Royal Philips Electronics	
	6.3.3	Market Analysis
	6.3.4	Competitive Analysis	
6.4	Hemodynamic Monitoring Systems, Combined Market Forecast	

Exhibit 6-1:	2008, Selected Pulmonary Artery Catheters	
Exhibit 6-2:	Europe, Pulmonary Artery Catheters, Market Forecast, 2006-2011	
Exhibit 6-3:	France, Pulmonary Artery Catheters, Market Forecast, 2006-2011	
Exhibit 6-4:	Germany, Pulmonary Artery Catheters, Market Forecast, 2006-2011	
Exhibit 6-5:	Italy, Pulmonary Artery Catheters, Market Forecast, 2006-2011
Exhibit 6-6:	Spain, Pulmonary Artery Catheters, Market Forecast, 2006-2011	
Exhibit 6-7:	United Kingdom, Pulmonary Artery Catheters, Market Forecast, 2006-2011	
Exhibit 6-8:	2007, Europe, Pulmonary Artery Catheters Market, Share by Supplier	
Exhibit 6-9:	How Impedance Cardiography Works	
Exhibit 6-10:	2008, Selected Noninvasive and Minimally InvasiveHemodynamic Monitoring Systems	
Exhibit 6-11:	Europe, Noninvasive and Minimally Invasive Hemodynamic Monitoring Products, Market Forecast, by Country, 2006-2011
Exhibit 6-12:	Europe, 2007, Noninvasive and Minimally Invasive Hemodynamic Monitoring Systems Market, Share by Supplier	
Exhibit 6-13:	Europe, Hemodynamic Monitoring Systems, Combined Market Forecast, 2006-2011	

7.	COMPANY PROFILES	

7.1	Aspect Medical Systems, Inc.	
7.2	CardioDynamics International Corporation	
7.3	Danmeter AS	
7.4	Deltex Medical Group PLC	
7.5	Edwards Lifesciences Corporation	
7.6	General Electric Company	
7.7	Hospira, Inc.	
7.8	Integra LifeSciences Holdings Corporation	
7.9	Johnson & Johnson	
7.10	Mindray Medical International LTD/Shenzhen Mindray Bio-Medical Electronics Company LTD	
7.11	Opto Circuits India LTD	
7.12	OSI Systems, Inc.	
7.13	PULSION Medical Systems AG	
7.14	Royal Philips Electronics NV	
7.15	Somanetics Corporation	
7.16	Teleflex, Inc.
7.17	Welch Allyn, Inc.	

APPENDIX: 	COMPANY LISTING


COMPANIES COVERED:

  1. AbbottLaboratories
  2. Argon Medical Devices,Inc./RoundTable Healthcare Partners,Inc.
  3. Arrow International,Inc.
  4. Arrow International/Teleflex
  5. Aspect Medical Systems,Inc.
  6. Baxter Healthcare Corporation/Baxter International,Inc.
  7. Becton, Dickinson and Company
  8. Biosensors International
  9. CardioDynamics International Corporation
  10. CASMedical Systems,Inc.
  11. Codman & Shurtleff,Inc./DePuy/Johnson & Johnson
  12. Colin Medical Instruments Corporation/Colin Medical Technology/Omron
  13. Covidien AG
  14. Criticare Systems,Inc./OptoCircuits
  15. Danmeter AS
  16. Datascope Patient Monitoring/Mindray Medical International/Shenzhen Mindray Bio-Medical Electronics
  17. Deltex Medical Group PLC
  18. Dixtal Biomedica/Philips Holdings
  19. Draeger Medical,Inc./Draeger Medical AG&Co. KgaA
  20. Edwards Lifesciences Corporation
  21. Emergin,Inc./Philips Holding
  22. Fukuda DenshiCo.LTD
  23. GEHealthcare,Inc./General Electric Company
  24. HemoSapiens,Inc.
  25. Hospira,Inc.
  26. Integra NeuroSciences/Integra Life Sciences Holdings Corporation
  27. Ivy Biomedical Systems,Inc.
  28. Johnson&Johnson
  29. LiDCO LTD
  30. Mennen Medical Corporation/Charterhouse Group International
  31. Mindray Medical International/Shenzhen Mindray Bio-Medical Electronics Company,Ltd.
  32. Monitor Technik GmbH&Co.KG
  33. Nihon Kohden Corporation
  34. Omega Critical Care,Ltd.
  35. Omron Corporation
  36. OptoCircuits,Ltd.
  37. OSI Systems,Inc.
  38. Philips Healthcare/Royal Philips Electronics NV
  39. PULSION Medical SystemsAG
  40. Radianse,Inc.
  41. Respironics/Philips Healthcare/Royal Philips Electronics NV
  42. Royal Philips Electronics NV
  43. Schiller AG
  44. Siemens Healthcare/Siemens AG
  45. Somanetics Corporation
  46. Sorba Medical Systems,Inc.
  47. Spacelabs Healthcare,Inc./OSI Systems
  48. Spiegelberg GmbH&Co.KG
  49. Teleflex,Inc.
  50. Vasamed,Inc.
  51. VISICU,Inc./Royal Philips Electronics/Philips Holding
  52. Welch Allyn,Inc.
  53. Zoe Medical,Inc.
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