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Intraoperative Monitoring Electrodes Market Outlook 2018: and Growth Analysis 2026
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Increasing number of cardiology and neurological diseases worldwide is expected to drive growth of the intraoperative monitoring electrodes market.

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Intraoperative Monitoring Electrodes Market is expected to have a highly positive outlook for the next five years 2018–2026 according to a recently released Intraoperative Monitoring Electrodes Market research report. The major takeaways in the report are product segment analysis, application segment analysis, regional segment analysis and data of the major Intraoperative Monitoring Electrodes Market players from around the world. The report presents an introductory as well as detailed information about the Intraoperative Monitoring Electrodes Market through a well-organized layout divided into easy to understand chapters.

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Intraoperative monitoring electrodes offers useful, real-time ECG data during various mapping or monitoring procedures and are used to transfer energy of ionic currents into electrical current in the body. The currents passed into the body are amplified and used for diagnosis of various diseases. Intraoperative monitoring electrodes offers useful, real-time ECG data during various mapping or monitoring procedures. These electrodes are specifically used in neurological surgery to assess function of the somatosensory pathways during surgical procedures in which the spinal cord, brainstem or cerebrum is at risk to get injured and to localize the sensorimotor cortex.

Increasing number of cardiology and neurological diseases worldwide is expected to drive growth of the intraoperative monitoring electrodes market. For instance, according to the World Health Organization (WHO) estimates, in 2012, the global geriatric population was pegged at 901 million in 2015, which is expected to increase over 2 billion by 2050. Geriatric population is highly susceptible to various cardiac and neurological diseases, in turn propelling demand for early disease diagnosis, which can be achieved using monitoring electrodes.

Furthermore, increasing preference for minimally invasive treatment procedures, use of nanotechnology for developing miniaturized electrodes, growing investments on research and development, and focus on early diagnosis of diseases are further expected to boost the global intraoperativemonitorin electrodes market growth. Technological advancement in the field of monitoring electrodes have resulted in high demand for intraoperative monitoring electrodes. For instance, in January 2015, researchers at North Carolina State University introduced a new dry sensor to monitor Electrocardiography (ECG) and Electromyography (EMG) all day long with excellent accuracy, even in situations when wet sensors are ineffective.

According to the Alzheimer’s Association estimates in 2017, around 5 million Americans were diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease and the number is expected to increase over 16 million by 2050. This creates a highly conducive environment for growth of the intraoperative monitoring electrodes market in North America, especially for neurological applications. Furthermore, installation of technologically advanced electrocardiogram (ECG) and electromyogram (EMG) electrode system by end users have contributed towards the deployment and higher sales of the intraoperative electrode devices in North America.

Key players operating in global intraoperative monitoring electrodes market include DIXI Medical, Ambu A/S, Blackrock Microsystems LLC, Digitimer Ltd., Cognionics, Inc., Rhythmlink International, LLC, Unimed Electrode Supplies, 3M Company, NuVasive, Inc., Computational Diagnostics, Inc., and Natus Medical Incorporated.

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Intraoperative Monitoring Electrodes Market Taxonomy: The global intraoperative monitoring electrodes market is segmented on the basis of usability, procedures, technology, end user and region By Usability: Disposable Electrodes, Reusable Electrodes,. By Procedures: Electromyography (EMG), Electroencephalography (EEG), Electrocardiography (ECG), Others,. By Technology: Wet Electrodes, Dry Electrodes, Needle Electrodes, By End User: Hospitals, Ambulatory Surgical Centers,.

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