Patient Simulator Market Report
Patient Simulator Market Size, Share, Trend, Forecast, Competitive Analysis, and Growth Opportunity: 2021-2026 See less
Patient Simulator Market Size, Share, Trend, Forecast, Competitive Analysis, and Growth Opportunity: 2021-2026
Patient Simulator Market is Segmented by Intensity type (High-Fidelity Simulator, Medium-Fidelity Simulator, and Low-Fidelity Simulator), by End-Use Type (Academic & Research Institute, Hospitals, and Ambulances), and by Region (North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of the World).
Patient Simulator Market is Segmented by Intensity type (High-Fidelity Simulator, Medium-Fidelity Simulator, and Low-Fidelity Simulator), by End-Use Type (Academic & Research Institute, Hospitals, and Ambulances), and by Region (North America...
A patient simulator is a kind of manikin-type simulator that can be used to teach students and train healthcare professionals by simulating human anatomy or function (physiology). Patient simulators are most commonly employed at simulation centers and come in a variety of models, ranging from preterm infants to geriatric patients. Obstetric birthing simulators are also available. The advantages of using healthcare simulation to improve medical education have been thoroughly recognized by healthcare institutions. Practice and experience are required for clinical expertise. Clinical simulation allows healthcare practitioners of all levels and disciplines to practice and enhance their clinical abilities without endangering patients. Academic institutions, academic medical institutes, government research organizations, hospitals and clinics, and military training centers are among the most common users of patient simulators. The global patient simulator market was valued at US$ 1,016.8 million in 2020 and is projected to reach US$ 1,990.6 million by 2026, registering a significant CAGR of 11.3%, during 2021-2026.
Based on the intensity type, the patient simulator market is segmented as high fidelity, medium-fidelity, and low fidelity patient simulators.
The degree to which the manikins can reproduce certain human physiological activities is determined by the level of faithfulness. Low fidelity patient simulators, also known as task trainers, are simple models that are used for repetitive task training such as inserting urinary catheters or beginning IVs. Learners can practice suturing and changing dressings on simple silicon wound models.
Similarly, the manikins for basic cardiopulmonary resuscitation are widely used to teach professionals and the general public how to conduct chest compressions and rescue breathing (CPR training). Manikins with a medium level of realism are more complicated. Many of them have electrical components that simulate basic physiological functions including cardiac and breathing activities. These manikins can be used in simple simulations where the learner has to practice assessing vital signs or in simple circumstances where advanced physiological function interpretation is not necessary. They're often employed in basic nursing education. When a manikin's functions closely mirror human physiology, it is said to be a high-fidelity patient simulator. To name a few features, high-fidelity manikins have rising and falling chests, changing respiration rates, audible chest noises, palpable pulses, audible cardiac sounds, normal and pathological cardiac rhythms including asystole, and bowel sounds. They have the ability to cry, constrict their pupils, shake as if having a seizure, and talk.
Based on the end-use type, the academics and research institute segment is predicted to lead the market growth in the foreseen future. This is primarily due to the increased use of simulators in the training programs at academic institutes. The segment is subjected to grow at an impressive CAGR of 11.4%, during 2021-2026.
In terms of regions, North America is expected to remain the largest market for patient simulators during the forecast period. This region has the presence of a large number of major players such as CAE Inc., Laerdal Medical, Gaumard Scientific Company, and Nasco HealthCare, making the region the growth engine of the global patient simulation market. Most of the healthcare simulation providers have their presence in the region to address the requirements of the academic & research institutes and hospitals.
The following are the key players in the patient simulator market:
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The patient simulator market is segmented into the following categories:
Patient Simulator Market, by Intensity Type
Patient Simulator Market, by End User Type
Patient Simulator Market, by Region
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The patient simulator market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 11.3% in the coming five years.
Laerdal Medical, Nasco Healthcare, CAE Inc., 3B Scientific, 3D Systems, Gaumard Scientific Company Inc., Intelligent Ultrasound, Limbs & Things, Mentice AB, and Surgical Science are the leading players in the patient simulators market.
North America is estimated to remain dominant in the patient simulators market in the foreseen future, driven by the presence of a large number of players in the region coupled with the greater acceptance of patient simulation in the region.