The Oxygen Conservation Devices Market Is Estimated To Increase At A CAGR Of 11.5 Percent During The Forecast Period

Posted By : arorasurbhi on 2022-01-18   18:23:08    India
  Oxygen Conservation Devices Market


For patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and hypercapnic chronic respiratory disorders, oxygen therapy is the most dependable and successful treatment. While patients are mobile and away from homecare settings, oxygen conservation devices are used to regulate the oxygen flow from the oxygen tank to them. These devices were created to keep oxygen flow to a bare minimum while also increasing the life of the oxygen tank. Demand pulse and fixed pulse oxygen conserving devices are the two types of oxygen conserving devices. Oxygen conservation devices optimize oxygen utilization by regulating delivery based on demand pulses or predefined pulse types. When the patient's breathing initiates the delivery of oxygen, a variety of oxygen conservation devices are activated.

The Oxygen Conservation Devices Market was valued at USD 958.76 million in 2019 and is expected to increase at a CAGR of 11.5 percent from 2020 to 2027, to reach USD 2,267.95 million. Oxygen Conservation Devices are projected to become more popular as the incidence of respiratory disorders rises (OCD). The patient population has grown as the prevalence of chronic respiratory disorders has increased, driving up demand for these products. Furthermore, technologically improved items are in high demand since they improve patient outcomes.

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