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Peripheral nerve stimulation market to grow at 35% CAGR

Peripheral nerve stimulation market to grow at 35% CAGR
IDTechEx has been following the field of bioelectronic medicine over the past year and have identified several fast-growing areas, including peripheral nerve stimulation, which is forecast to grow at 35% CARG for 2019 to 2029.
11th July 2019

Conference dedicated to wearables and sensors in healthcare

Conference dedicated to wearables and sensors in healthcare
  IDTechEx is launching a new Healthcare Sensor Innovations conference. The annual conference will focus on the latest developments in the use of wearables and sensors in continuous monitoring of individuals and point-of-care diagnostics.
2nd July 2019

Regulation and reimbursement for electronic skin patches

Regulation and reimbursement for electronic skin patches
Regulatory challenges exist across each of the market sectors where electronic skin patch products have been proposed and commercialised. As part of the research for the report, ‘Electronic Skin Patches 2019-2029’ IDTechEx Research has characterised some of the regulatory considerations in the context of each of the product sectors covered. 
28th June 2019


Remote patient monitoring reducing hospitalisations

Remote patient monitoring reducing hospitalisations
The latest research report from IDTechEx, ‘Remote Patient Monitoring 2019-2029’, covers trends, opportunities and outlook for the use of wearables and connected medical devices in the monitoring of patients outside of traditional clinical settings.
18th June 2019

The growing $7.5bn market for electronic skin patches

The growing $7.5bn market for electronic skin patches
IDTechEx Research have released a detailed update on their bestselling market research report 'Electronic Skin Patches 2019-2029'. Skin patches are arguably the most interesting, diverse and promising category within the entire wearable technology market. The nature of the products, adding the value from new electronic functionality directly onto the skin of the user, presents a series of challenges and opportunities to players in the space.
17th June 2019

3D printing is disrupting the way we provide medicine

3D printing is disrupting the way we provide medicine
From its humble beginnings in the late 1980s, through to the global force that it is today, the capabilities of 3D printing technology have expanded dramatically, to establish itself as an attractive manufacturing solution for prototyping and production.
21st January 2019

Piezoelectrics are the new gymnasts in healthcare sensors

Piezoelectrics are the new gymnasts in healthcare sensors
Healthcare electronics is rapidly deploying for wellness, electroceuticals, intrusive medical procedures and more, powered by new technologies. Much of it is trending to diagnostics and treatment on the move and removing the need for the patient to perform procedures on time. Instruments become wearables including electronic skin patches and implants.
11th January 2019

Losing the wires: patient monitoring via electronic skin patches

Losing the wires: patient monitoring via electronic skin patches
There are many wearable technology products that focus on getting the user moving. Whether this is achieving those 10,000 steps per day, or getting up from the sofa to enjoy immersive gaming in virtual reality, achieving mobility is a recurring theme. Nowhere is this more relevant than in inpatient monitoring in a clinical setting. Many traditional methods for monitoring vital signs and other critical metrics during care can force the patient to remain sedentary.
8th August 2018

Skin patches: the advantages of the ultimate wearable

Skin patches: the advantages of the ultimate wearable
Electronic skin patches deploy electronic components, including sensors and actuators with appropriate processing, energy storage and communication, directly onto the body, typically attached using an adhesive. Therefore, along with smart apparel and perhaps implantable devices, they serve as one of the most direct means to augment the user with technology.
9th July 2018

Digital health is becoming a disruptive force in healthcare

Digital health is becoming a disruptive force in healthcare
Digital health promises to change the face of healthcare. Reflecting this is growing interest in the digital health space, as evidenced by a substantial $4.7 billion being invested in 2017 as outlined in the brand new report from IDTechEx Research, Digital Health 2018: Trends, Opportunities and Outlook. Digital health also took prominence in the JP Morgan Healthcare Conference in January 2018, illustrating its growing importance – but it is not limited to strictly the healthcare space.
4th April 2018

Genetic testing at your fingertips

Genetic testing at your fingertips
Genetic testing is starting to gain traction in both the consumer and clinical healthcare markets, a trend that is likely to continue as our knowledge of genomics grows. Genetic testing can tell us if we are predisposed to certain diseases, if we have an infectious disease caused by a pathogen and even if certain drugs are likely to work on us and are safe to use (pharmacogenomics). It is therefore unsurprising that there is so much commercial interest in this growing field, from large tech companies to big pharma.
29th March 2018

Investigating the competitive neuroprosthetics market

Investigating the competitive neuroprosthetics market
The market for cochlear implants, retinal implants and neuroprosthetic limbs is expected to reach $18bn by 2028. The new IDTechEx Research report, Neuroprosthetics 2018-2028: Technologies, Forecasts, Players, covers this competitive landscape. An analysis of patent timelines and major developments alongside the most recent technologies is provided for major players in each respective category. These timelines are particularly useful in answering a number of interesting questions for this field.
21st August 2017

3D printed organs have some way to go

3D printed organs have some way to go
A recent report from IDTechEx Research states that regenerative medicine will be the biggest growth market for 3D bioprinting. However, while using the technology for the replacement of damaged and failing organs is far more advanced than being purely a fantasy based in the realms of science fiction, the report suggest there are some hurdles to making the technology a significant player in the market, and it may be some years before it can realise its potential.
27th July 2017

3D bioprinting: from science fiction to reality?

3D bioprinting: from science fiction to reality?
After over 15 years of research and development in academia and industry, several main applications of 3D bioprinting technology are ready to be realised. In IDTechEx’s new report titled 3D Bioprinting 2017 – 2027: Technologies, Markets, Forecasts, the global 3D bioprinting market is predicted to experience a period of high growth to reach a size of $1.8 billion by the year 2027.
12th May 2017


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