North America Medical Oxygen Concentrators Market Size to Exceed USD 1.0 Bn By 2025

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According to the Graphical Research new growth forecast report titled “North America Medical Oxygen Concentrators Market Size By Product (Portable, Fixed), By Application (Home Care, Non-Homecare), By Technology (Continuous Flow, Pulse Flow), Industry Analysis Report, Country Outlook (U.S., Canada), 2018-2025”, estimated to exceed USD 1.0 Billion By 2025.

Increasing burden of chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder (COPD) in the U.S. and Canada will highly impact North America medical oxygen concentrators market growth in the forthcoming years. COPD is the thirdmost cause of death in the U.S. while forthmost in Canada. As per Lung Association of Saskatchewan, about five lakh individuals aged above 35 years have been diagnosed with COPD in Canada. Thus, growing trend in COPD will boost North America medical oxygen concentrators industry size.

Growing population consuming tobacco and adopting smoking will be high impacting factor for North America medical oxygen concentrators business growth. According to CDC, fourteen among every 100 adults in the U.S. smoked cigarette in 2017. Smoking increases the probability of suffering form COPD and other respiratory diseases. Thus, rising adoption of smoking among adults will augment North America medical oxygen concentrators industry growth.

However, strict regulatory requirements and policies for the product may hamper medical oxygen concentrators industry growth in forthcoming years.

Fixed medical oxygen concentrators was valued at over USD 257.0 million in 2017. Fixed oxygen concentrators are available at significantly low cost compared to portable oxygen concentrators. Moreover, higher oxygen output with fixed medical oxygen concentrators will impel the product demand in the upcoming years.

Non-homecare medical oxygen concentrators is forecasted to proceed at 5.4% CAGR over the forecast timeframe. Increasing patient admissions owing to growing respiratory diseases will escalate the adoption of non-homecare medical oxygen concentrators. Rising geriatric population will further increase the need and thus demand for such medical oxygen concentrators over the forecast period.

Continuous flow medical oxygen concentrators accounted for about 52% revenue share in 2017. Preferable use of continuous flow medical oxygen concentrators in emergency cases will positively impact segmental share. Availability of such devices in convenient and light weight will boost the demand for continuous flow medical oxygen concentrators over the foreseeable future.

North America medical oxygen concentrators market was led by U.S. medical oxygen concentrators market and is estimated to show a positive trend throughout the projection period. Canada medical oxygen concentrators business is forecasted to follow U.S. medical oxygen concentrators market progressing at 9.6% CAGR by throughout the forecast timeframe. Canada spent around 10.4% of the total GDP on healthcare sector in 2014. Healthcare spending in Canada is continuously increasing and the trend is anticipated to continue over forecast timeframe. Additionally, favorable demographics such as rising number of baby boomers will highly impact Canada medical oxygen concentrators industry growth.

Major market players in North America medical oxygen concentrators market are Invacare Corporation, Inogen, Philips Healthcare and Inova Labs (ResMed) among other industry participants. These market players are undertaking strategies such as technology development and acquisitions to gain market presence and for company expansion. For instance, in September 2015, O2 Concepts introduced Dynamic Network Analysis platform that connects all the medical oxygen concentrators via Verizon network.

Segments we cover:

North America Medical Oxygen Concentrators Market, By Product

  • Portable
  • Fixed

North America Medical Oxygen Concentrators Market, By Application

  • Home care
  • Non-Home care

North America Medical Oxygen Concentrators Market, By Technology

  • Pulse flow
  • Continuous flow

The above information is provided for the following region and countries:

  • North America
    • U.S.
    • Canada