DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Ingestible Sensors Market - Forecasts from 2016 to 2021" report to their offering.
Ingestible Sensor Market is projected to witness double digit growth over the period 2016 to 2021. Ingestible sensors were introduced to primarily serve two function i.e. wireless patient monitoring and diagnostic imaging. Medication adherence due to rise in chronic diseases, escalation in the lifestyle related disorders such as cardiac disease, diabetes, obesity and rising geriatric population requiring routine monitoring and follow-up on medication are some of the key factors for driving the growth of Ingestible sensor market. Ingestible sensor helps in providing complete check of a drugs interaction and its effect on vital functions. Ingestible sensor also allow physician in tracking outcome to new drugs and drug delivery technologies.
First section of the report deals with detailed research methodology for calculating market size and forecasts, secondary data sources used and the primary inputs which were taken for data validation. This section also outlines various segmentation which have been covered as part of the report.
Next section provides comprehensive market dynamics through an overview section along with growth drivers, challenges and opportunities which exist in the current market. This section of the report also provides supplier and industry outlook as a whole; key industry, global and regional regulations which are determining the market growth and a brief technological aspects of ingestible sensors.
- Proteus Digital Health
- HQ Inc.
- Given Imaging Ltd.
Key Topics Covered:
2. Research Methodology
3. Executive Summary
4. Market Dynamics
5. Ingestible Sensor Market Forecast by Sensor Type (US $ billion)
6. Ingestible sensor by Application (US $ billion)
7. Ingestible sensor Market Forecast by Geography (US$ billion)
8. Competitive Intelligence
9. Company Profiles
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