Pune, India -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/24/2017 -- Advanced cardiovascular life support is a set of clinical interventions for the urgent treatment of cardiac arrest, stroke and other life-threatening medical emergencies. ACLS entails airway management, accessing veins, interpretation of ECG, applications of emergency pharmacology and early defibrillation with automated external defibrillators.
Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support provides the theoretical background to resuscitation as well as explaining the essential resuscitation skills required to manage an adult cardiac arrest– from the time it occurs until subsequent transfer to the ICU.
Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support also discusses ethical and legal issues, record keeping, dealing with bereavement, audit, equipment and training– providing an essential quick reference tool for nurses and health care professionals.
Medical personal, such as paramedics, doctors, nurses, and respiratory therapists must take a certification class to learn ACLS procedures prior to administering them. The algorithms are complex and should only be carried out by trained medical providers. Classes to become certified in ACLS are offered through hospitals, colleges, and private organizations. Managing the airway, analyzing various cardiac rhythms, and understanding what medications should be given are included in the classes.
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Market Growth Influencer:
The market growth drivers of ACLS market are: the rising prevalence of a number of cardiovascular diseases related to cerebrovascular, valvular, rheumatic, coronary artery, and peripheral vascular conditions. The raising preference for minimally invasive treatment methods, continuous up gradation and modification of products, rising population of obese and aged people across the globe, and busy modern lifestyles are also driving the advanced cardiovascular life support market.
The less availability of trained personnel is the restraint of the market.
The ACLS can be segmented into algorithm, techniques, instruments, applications and end-users.
- ACLS market by algorithm: Cardiac arrest, Acute Coronary Syndromes, PEA/Asystole, VF/Pulseless VT, Bradycardia, Tachycardia, and Suspected Stroke algorithms.
- ACLs market by techniques: Airway management, non-invasive airway, endotracheal intubation, Electrical Therapy and Lethal Arrhythmias.
- ACLs market by instruments: Device and Accessories.
- ACLS market by applications: Medical Training Centers, Hospitals, Clinics And Cardiac Catheterization Labs.
- ACLS market by end-users: paramedics, doctors, nurses, and respiratory therapists.
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- Cardiac Science Corporation (U.S.)
- CPR Medical Devices, Inc. (Canada)
- General Electric Company (U.S.)
- Michigan Instruments (U.S.)
- Koninklijke Philips N.V. (Netherlands)
- Physio-Control, Inc. (U.S.)
- St. Jude Medical, Inc. (U.S.)
- ZOLL Medical Corporation (Now part of Asahi Kasei Corporation (Japan))
Regional Analysis of Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support Market:
The regional analysis comprises of North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East and rest of the world.
The ACLS market is dominated by North America due to growing aging population, rising of various cardiovascular diseases, and increasing healthcare infrastructure facilities in the region, followed by Europe.
With the advancement of technology, there is an increased demand for minimally and non-invasive invasive devices, which are now being targeted by both the existing as well as new players. A number of technologies with less and minimal invasiveness are available in the market, as there is a recent trend for providing complete non-invasive solution to the patients.
Asia is showing an emerging growth in ACLS market in upcoming years.
Cardiovascular disease is common in Asia, where it is a leading cause of death in countries from Japan to India to China. Of the 17.3 million deaths caused by cardiovascular disease each year, nearly 60 percent occur in Asia, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). These numbers are likely to rise in the near future. As Asians become wealthier, they are exercising less, consuming more "Western style", fast food and smoking. All of these activities are risk factors for cardiovascular diseases. However, a growing focus on the prevention, treatment and diagnosis of cardiovascular disease in Asia has led to a growing demand for cardiovascular therapies and medical devices.
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