According to a new report, the global medical gas and equipment market is slated to surge from its current $14 billion valuation to $20 billion by 2023, increasing at a CAGR of 6.2%. The major factors driving market growth include an aging population and the growing home healthcare market.
Sun Valley, Calif.-based Pronk Technologies has launched Safe-T Sim, an automated electrical safety analyzer that company officials say is the smallest on the market. What’s more, they say, onboard automated test sequences can be tailored to match the facilities’ preventive maintenance and service protocols—actions that improve efficiency and speed.
It’s one of the biggest challenges biomeds face: The relentless need for medical device testing—for ensuring that everything is working as intended in order to guarantee the highest standards of patient care. With that in mind, we reached out to three biomedical test product companies and asked them about their latest innovations and how they might help HTM teams do their jobs. Here's what they told us.
Everett, Wash.-based Fluke Biomedical has introduced the VT650 and VT900 Gas Flow Analyzers, which include one-channel, full-range air flow functionality that streamlines testing. The VT650 and VT900 offer accuracy and reliability for gas flow and respiratory medical equipment testing, including all types of ventilators, flow meters, pressure gauges, anesthesia, and other machines.