Global Pediatric Ventilators Market Competitive Dynamics and Industry Outlook 2025
The global pediatric ventilators market was valued above USD 350 million in 2019 and is expected to register a CAGR of 6.7% over the forecast period. Healthy growth is probable to continue during the foreseeable timeframe; however, the market is expected to expand at nearly 6.0 per cent CAGR. Pediatric Ventilators are artificial ventilating devices which are developed for the utilization in pediatric. This is one of the types of mechanical ventilation which are deployed in ICUs and in-home care as well. In this process of ventilation, cuffed and uncuffed tracheal tubes pass air at 20cm pressure, which is acceptable by infants. This process is known as artificial ventilation where these ventilators provide artificial gas support to infants. Uncuffed tubes are being previously used in children due to historic anatomical surveys which reveals proper passage of airway. These ventilators are immensely used in critical cases of respiratory failure, respiratory arrest, inadequate ventilation, inadequate oxygenation.

Artificial ventilation has substantially improved since the past few years and requires advanced clinical skills for any pediatric intensivist. Artificial mechanical ventilation has substantially improved heath issues of children suffering respiratory failure, by providing adequate oxygenation and ventilation until the underlying pathologic process is improved. Also, development of non-invasive ventilation procedures will support the demand for pediatric ventilators in the future. High growth levels of pre mature children globally coupled with high death rate of these babies will support pediatric ventilators market in the forecasted period. Moreover, increasing cases of genetic respiratory disorders is bound to support the growth rate for Pediatric Ventilators market. Recent technological advancements in non-invasive methods and developments in latest practiced invasive respiratory support system will fuel its adoption rate in developed as well as developing countries. Recent spike in COVID-19 cases in Europe, North America and Asian countries has led to rise dramatic rise in the count of pregnant women who are diagnosed with the virus. Birth of premature or virus impacted child often requires ventilator support to clearly breathe and live.

Various governments globally are working in close cooperation with pharmaceutical firms and research laboratories to develop ventilators as per its increasing demand. Ongoing advancements in the neonatal care has significantly decreased the mortality and morbidity rates. From past few years, mechanical ventilators are majorly considered as an important tool for providing life support to the preterm infants that suffer from respiratory distress syndrome. This will act as supporting factor for the Pediatric Ventilators market growth. North America is projected to lead the Pediatric Ventilators market due to presence of advanced and major health facilities in this region. Also, countries having established infrastructure and their availability and access of highly modernized healthcare devices and services will drive market size in this region. Increasing number of premature births, improving healthcare infrastructure along with growing popularity of private clinics especially in China, India, Brazil will accentuate the growth of global market.

The global pediatric ventilators market is bifurcated on the basis of product, end-user, and geography. Product segment is divided into portable ventilators and mobility/intensive care ventilators. Based on end-user the market is segmented into hospitals, Nursing Homes, Clinics, Ambulatory Surgical Centers, Others. Based on region the market is segmented as North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, Middle East & Africa. The key players operating within the global pediatric ventilators market include Fisher & Paykel, Dickinson, Philips Healthcare, Medtronic, Getinge, Smiths Group, Drger, Hamilton Medical, GE Healthcare, Air Liquide, Zoll Medical, Becton, Allied Healthcare, Airon Mindray and Schiller.

Chapter One: Market Introduction

Chapter Two: Executive Summary

Chapter Three: Global Pediatric Ventilators market – Key Industry Dynamics
3.1. Key Market Drivers
3.2. Key Market Restraints
3.3. Market Opportunities
3.4. Future Trends
3.5. Impact Analysis of Drivers and Restraints

Chapter Four: Global Pediatric Ventilators market – Analysis and Revenue Forecast, 2015-2025 – Product
4.1. Portable ventilators
4.2. Mobility/intensive care ventilators

Chapter Five: Global Pediatric Ventilators market – Analysis and Revenue Forecast, 2015-2025 – End-User
5.1. Hospitals
5.2. Nursing Homes
5.3. Clinics
5.4. Ambulatory Surgical Centers
5.5. Others

Chapter Six: Global Pediatric Ventilators market – Analysis and Revenue Forecast, 2015-2025 – By Region
6.1. North America
6.2. Europe
6.3. Asia-Pacific
6.4. Latin America
6.5. Middle East & Africa

Chapter Seven: North America Pediatric Ventilators market – Analysis and Revenue Forecast, 2015-2025
7.1. North America Pediatric Ventilators market – By Type, 2015-2025
7.1.1. Portable ventilators
7.1.2. Mobility/intensive care ventilators
7.2. North America Pediatric Ventilators market – By End-User, 2015-2025
7.2.1. Hospitals
7.2.2. Nursing Homes
7.2.3. Clinics
7.2.4. Ambulatory Surgical Centers
7.2.5. Others
7.3. North America Pediatric Ventilators market – By Country, 2015-2025
7.3.1. U.S.
7.3.2. Canada
7.3.3. Mexico

Chapter Eight: Europe Pediatric Ventilators market – Analysis and Revenue Forecast, 2015-2025
8.1. Europe Pediatric Ventilators market – By Type, 2015-2025
8.1.1. Portable ventilators
8.1.2. Mobility/intensive care ventilator
8.2. Europe Pediatric Ventilators market – By End-User, 2015-2025
8.2.1. Hospitals
8.2.2. Nursing Homes
8.2.3. Clinics
8.2.4. Ambulatory Surgical Centers
8.2.5. Others
8.3. Europe Pediatric Ventilators market – By Country, 2015-2025
8.3.1. Germany
8.3.2. France
8.3.3. UK
8.3.4. Spain
8.3.5. Italy
8.3.6. Rest of Europe

Chapter Nine: Asia-Pacific Pediatric Ventilators market – Analysis and Revenue Forecast, 2015-2025
9.1. Asia Pacific Pediatric Ventilators market – By Type, 2015-2025
9.1.1. Portable ventilators
9.1.2. Mobility/intensive care ventilator
9.2. Asia Pacific Pediatric Ventilators market – By End-User, 2015-2025
9.2.1. Hospitals
9.2.2. Nursing Homes
9.2.3. Clinics
9.2.4. Ambulatory Surgical Centers
9.2.5. Others
9.3. Asia-Pacific Pediatric Ventilators market – By Country, 2015-2025
9.3.1. China
9.3.2. India
9.3.3. Japan
9.3.4. South Korea
9.3.5. Rest of Asia-Pacific

Chapter Ten: Latin America Pediatric Ventilators market – Analysis and Revenue Forecast, 2015-2025
10.1. Latin America Pediatric Ventilators market – By Type, 2015-2025
10.1.1. Portable ventilators
10.1.2. Mobility/intensive care ventilator
10.2. Latin America Pediatric Ventilators market – By End-User, 2015-2025
10.2.1. Hospitals
10.2.2. Nursing Homes
10.2.3. Clinics
10.2.4. Ambulatory Surgical Centers
10.2.5. Others
10.3. Latin America Pediatric Ventilators market – By Country, 2015-2025
10.3.1. Brazil
10.3.2. Rest of Latin America

Chapter Eleven: Middle East & Africa Pediatric Ventilators market – Analysis and Revenue Forecast, 2015-2025
11.1. MEA Pediatric Ventilators market – By Type, 2015-2025
11.1.1. Portable ventilators
11.1.2. Mobility/intensive care ventilator
11.2. MEA Pediatric Ventilators market – By End-User, 2015-2025
11.2.1. Hospitals
11.2.2. Nursing Homes
11.2.3. Clinics
11.2.4. Ambulatory Surgical Centers
11.2.5. Others
11.3. MEA Pediatric Ventilators market – By Country, 2015-2025
11.3.1. UAE
11.3.2. Saudi Arabia
11.3.3. Turkey
11.3.4. Rest of Middle East & Africa

Chapter Twelve: Competitive Analysis
12.1.1. Competition Dashboard
12.1.2. Company Profiles
12.1.2.1. Schiller
12.1.2.1.1. Company Details
12.1.2.1.2. Product Portfolio
12.1.2.1.3. Financial Overview
12.1.2.1.4. Main Business Overview
12.1.2.1.5. News
12.1.2.2. Air Liquide
12.1.2.3. Zoll Medical
12.1.2.4. Allied Healthcare
12.1.2.5. Airon Mindray
12.1.2.6. ResMed
12.1.2.7. Medtronic
12.1.2.8. Becton, Dickinson
12.1.2.9. Getinge
12.1.2.10. Drger
12.1.2.11. Smiths Group
12.1.2.12. Hamilton Medical
12.1.2.13. GE Healthcare
12.1.2.14. Fisher & Paykel

Chapter Thirteen: Appendix

Chapter Fourteen: Research Conclusions