Growth Opportunities for IoT-enabled medical devices for Infectious disease management

Growth Opportunities for IoT-enabled medical devices for Infectious disease management

IoT Technologies with Advanced Artificial Intelligence to Redefine Coronavirus Care Management and Prevent Future Pandemic

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29-Jul-2020
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Research Code: D9A9-01-00-00-00
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Before the introduction of Internet of Things (IoT) technologies in healthcare, patients’ interactions with doctors were often limited to clinic visits, text or tele communications. Due to this doctors were not able to monitor patients’ health continuously and this was affecting the overall treatment outcome. To address this clinical concern, researchers are shifting towards the use of IoT-enabled medical devices to support physicians to continuous health monitoring of patients in real-time, by collecting key health parameters.
The current COVID-19 outbreak has led for quick adoption of IoT-enabled technologies for remotely monitor patients, maintaining a significant distance from infected patients to avoid possible disease spread among the healthcare workers. Applications of IoT-enabled technologies in remote monitoring, telemedicine, disease diagnosis, connected clinical trials, and disease surveillance for the management of infectious diseases such as COVID-19, has led to a sudden surge in demand for IoT-enabled medical devices.
The research report gives an overview of IoT technologies in healthcare, different stages and workflow of IoT-enabled medical devices in healthcare, and market trends and challenges. The report is segmented as per the application of the technologies in infectious disease management such as IoT technologies for diagnosis and tracking, predicting infectious disease, and innovative software for predicting disease outbreaks. The report also summarizes the growth opportunities for IoT-enabled medical devices in infectious disease management.

Table of Contents

1.1 Scope of Research

1.2 Research Methodology

1.3 IoT-enabled Medical Device Offers Huge Opportunities in COVID-19 Management and Connected Clinical Trials

2.1 IoT Technology Consists of Connected Sensors and Mobile Devices Network for the Benefit of Healthcare

2.2 Information Collected from Interconnected Devices is Stored on a Cloud Platform for Advanced Analysis and Creating Insights

2.3 IoT Technologies Supports Effective and Timely Disease Management Based on Patient’s Symptoms

2.4 IoT Technologies Empowers Patients to Keep a Track of Their Health and Improves Efficiency for Physicians and Hospitals

2.5 IoT Technologies to Experience High Demand in Health Applications

2.6 Addressing Challenges Related to IoT Technologies can Revolutionize the Health Industry

3.1 Contact-free Sensor for Remote Monitoring of COVID-19 Patients in Isolation Room

3.2 Wearable Respiratory Monitoring System for Multiple Diseases

3.3 Wearable Sensor Patch for Continuous Body Temperature Monitoring

3.4 Single-use Body Sensor for Continuous Health Monitoring Device

3.5 Application Opportunities: IoT-enabled Medical Devices Remotely Monitor Patients with Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome

4.1 Smart Thermometer to Predict Possible Disease Outbreak in a Community

4.2 AI-powered Portable Surveillance Device for Coronavirus Forecast

4.3 Application Opportunities: Data Collected by IoT-enabled Medical Devices can be Stored as a Reservoir for Future Pandemic Reference

5.1 Automated Surveillance Software for Predicting Infectious Disease Outbreak

5.2 Remote Care Platform Capable of Integrating with Wearables for Monitoring Patients

5.3 Application Opportunities: Remote Care Software Enables Remote Access to Health Information for Physicians and Care Teams

6.1 IoT Technology is a Necessity in the Era of Pandemic, with High Demand for Interconnected IoT Devices and Health Applications

6.2 IoT Technologies to Make High Impact in COVID-19 and Infectious Disease Management

7.1 High Number of Actively Applied Patents Demonstrates the R&D in IoT-enabled Medical Devices for Infectious Disease Management

7.2 China is the Innovation Hub for IoT-enabled Medical Devices for Infectious Disease Management

7.3 Key Patents – Korea & China

8.1 Key Contacts

8.1 Key Contacts (Continued)

8.2 Appendix: Technical Readiness Levels

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Before the introduction of Internet of Things (IoT) technologies in healthcare, patients’ interactions with doctors were often limited to clinic visits, text or tele communications. Due to this doctors were not able to monitor patients’ health continuously and this was affecting the overall treatment outcome. To address this clinical concern, researchers are shifting towards the use of IoT-enabled medical devices to support physicians to continuous health monitoring of patients in real-time, by collecting key health parameters. The current COVID-19 outbreak has led for quick adoption of IoT-enabled technologies for remotely monitor patients, maintaining a significant distance from infected patients to avoid possible disease spread among the healthcare workers. Applications of IoT-enabled technologies in remote monitoring, telemedicine, disease diagnosis, connected clinical trials, and disease surveillance for the management of infectious diseases such as COVID-19, has led to a sudden surge in demand for IoT-enabled medical devices. The research report gives an overview of IoT technologies in healthcare, different stages and workflow of IoT-enabled medical devices in healthcare, and market trends and challenges. The report is segmented as per the application of the technologies in infectious disease management such as IoT technologies for diagnosis and tracking, predicting infectious disease, and innovative software for predicting disease outbreaks. The report also summarizes the growth opportunities for IoT-enabled medical devices in infectious disease management.
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Author Ashish Kaul
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