The global pressure monitoring market is expected to reach USD 11.9 billion by 2025, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc. Pressure fluctuations in vital parts of the body often lead to chronic diseases such as glaucoma, cardiac disorders, and respiratory disorders. This has led to high demand for pressure monitoring devices.
According to the American Heart Association, 77.9 million people were suffering from hypertension in the U.S. in 2014. Patients suffering from lifestyle diseases like cardiac disorders are likely to experience hypertension throughout their life. Hence, there is a growing need for pressure monitoring amongst such kind of patients, thereby, increasing the demand for pressure monitoring devices.
Rising geriatric population is another significant driver stimulating the growth of pressure monitoring market. Aging population commonly suffer from hypertension and are highly susceptible to chronic diseases. This age group that experiences cardiac and respiratory diseases are expected to contribute toward high growth of pressure monitoring market in the near future.
Technological advancements are also spurring in the market due to the introduction of novel pressure monitoring devices. Many products are connected to smartphones so that people can self-monitor their blood pressure with ease. In addition, key players are manufacturing devices that measure intraocular pressure in order to reduce the risk of glaucoma.
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