Oxygenator Market 2019-2028
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An oxygenator is a device that is used to facilitate the exchange of gases such as carbon dioxide and oxygen in the blood of a patient. This is particularly useful when certain surgical procedures that interrupt the blood flow in the body take place. It is mainly used during cardiac surgeries that interrupt the main source of blood being pumped in the body. They are generally used in tandem with a heart-lung machine. The damage to the body as a result of using oxygenators is comparatively less.
When a cardiac surgery takes place, the heart-lung machine replaces the work of the heart and the lungs. The rhythmic pumping of the heart and the gas exchange that normally takes place in the lungs is performed by the machine. The most common types of oxygenators currently in use are membrane-type oxygenators that are used in virtually all instances. A major advantage of membrane-type oxygenators is that they can affect the gas exchange in a relatively small membrane surface area.
The report published on the global oxygenator market is a comprehensive overview of the industry and lists out the various factors that can affect the market both positively and negatively. The market dynamics of the global market are mentioned in detail and include the various market drivers that currently influence the market and the different opportunities available. The challenges faced as well are included along with the risks of the market. Various mergers and acquisitions are included in the report.
Important Key Players Analysis: Medtronic, Terumo, EUROSETS S.r.l., Chalice Medical Ltd., Medos (XENIOS), Maquet (Getinge), Nipro Medical, Kewei (Microport), Xijian Medical and more.
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The global oxygenator market can be divided into different market segments according to the type of oxygenators being used, the different applications that they are used for and the various sales channels that are used to distribute the product.
Market split according to type:
- Infant Paediatric Oxygenator: They are used primarily for infants who are waiting for a heart or lung transplant.
- Adult Oxygenator: They are used primarily for adults who are waiting for a heart or lung transplant or have a disease that prevents the efficient exchange of gases.
Market split according to application:
- Extracorporeal Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (ECPR)
Market split according to sales channel:
- Direct Channel
- Distribution Channel
The major regions that play a role in the global oxygenator market are North America, Europe, China, Japan, the Middle East, Africa, India, South America, and others. The regional industrial layout characteristics, macroeconomic policies and industrial policies for the various regions are also included in the report. The global oxygenator market research report will also help to establish a panorama of industrial development and characteristics of the global oxygenator market. The key industry development trends from the years 2019 to 2028 are carefully analyzed along with the advantages and disadvantages of the enterprise products and are recorded in this report.
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Carbon monoxide kills people silently because of its ability to deprive the hemoglobin of oxygen. Researchers at a U.S. hospital used a membrane oxygenator to get oxygen into the blood without the lungs. Light is shone on the blood that is passed through the oxygenator. The visible wavelengths of light can break the bonds that hold the carbon monoxide and hemoglobin molecules together.
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