THE VIATLITY OF BRAIN MONITORING
Brain monitoring devices are widely used to monitor & diagnose the various neurological conditions by exploring the different structures & functions of the brain. This process thoroughly inculcates the usage of several brain monitoring devices like intracranial pressure monitors, electroencephalography devices, & magnetoencephalography to track the various brain functions. In addition, these type of devices help to monitor neural & electrical activities within the brain. The Brain Monitoring Market size is forecasted to touch an amount of $8.0 billion by 2028, from nearly $5.4 billion in 2020, growing at a decent CAGR of 7.2%.
CRUCIAL REASONS WHY BRAIN MONITORING IS NEEDED
The continuous surge in the prevalence and incidence of various neurological disorders along with the Increasing incidence of several traumatic brain injuries are expediting the overall market growth. It has become one of the most serious reasons for illness all across the world. Over the past few years, the continuous rising incidence of neurological disorders due to the change of lifestyles by the individuals, rising levels of stress, & some of the most significant changes in the social environment have all widely contributed to the growth of the brain monitoring market. Additionally, the patients suffering from Alzheimer’s, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, & various brain tumours have been implementing these devices widely to understand their conditions. The WHO on 20 June 2019, declared that epilepsy affects almost 50 million people globally; and it is, therefore, one of the most prevalent type of neurological disorders. Greater than 80% of epilepsy patients reside in low- & middle-income countries. As per some accurate estimates, nearly 70% of the people suffering from epilepsy can live in a seizure-free stage with proper diagnosis & treatment.
Brain monitoring is really very much important in the case of critical clinical scenarios where the extent or evolution of the various neurologic injuries are unknown. Some of the most common situations include the poor grade aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage (aSAH), comatose state after cardiac arrest, & severe traumatic brain injuries (TBI).
The cognitive impairment following surgery & general anaesthesia is regarded as another type of brain disorder that is most known as the most common among the elderly patients & is predictive of short- and long-term outcomes. The conditions of the different cognitive functions include postoperative cognitive dysfunction (POCD) and postoperative delirium (POD). Various devices & brain sensors have gradually been developed to monitor such dysfunctions. The Massimo SedLine is regarded as a device that is used widely to monitor the various brain functionalities of individuals under anaesthesia & sedation in an operating room along with an intensive care unit.
Hence, with the rising number of patients suffering from these disorders is likely to drive the overall growth rate of the global market for the brain monitoring devices.
All of the above mentioned reasons are responsible for the augmentation of the Brain Monitoring Market. In the future, it is expected that the market outlook of the Brain Monitoring Market will completely change due to the advent of the highly advanced devices in the market across the globe.
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