Task trainers have been traditionally used in academic institutes to train students in anatomy and physiology during their clinical training in order to reduce accidents during surgery, prescription, and general practice. Unlike patient simulators, task trainers allow the learner a more focused skill development since these trainers are lifelike models of body parts, such as an arm or pelvis.
The adoption of task trainers is growing across the globe, cited to various technological advancements as well as the shortage of real patients. Also, the risk associated with the real life patient to perform the practice has further added to the growth in the adoption of these trainers. Task trainers can also be viewed as a serious cost reducing technology in healthcare since it facilitates the efficient learning, aiming at developing the required skill set to perform medical procedures without any errors. It ultimately results in increasing patient safety, and improves the overall patient outcomes that help the medical community to mitigate the rising healthcare costs across the globe. However, the inability of task trainers to imitate the emotional attributes of the patients is expected to inhibit the growth of this market to some extent.
The global task trainers market is mainly segmented by product, end-user, and geography. The product market is primarily segmented into obstetric trainers, pediatric & neonatal care trainers, trauma care kits and trainers, respiratory & airway trainers, basic life support trainers, and simulation accessories. The market is further segmented by end user in to healthcare education, hospitals, military, emergency medical services, and voluntary organizations.
Laerdal Medical is the leader in the global task trainers market with the strong distribution channel across the globe.
Key Topics Covered:
1. Introduction to Task Trainers Market 1.1 Market Ecosystem 1.2 Definitions 1.3 Years Considered in Study 1.4 Currency & Limitation 1.5 Market Buzz & Foregrounds