Smart Pills Market Acquire a Substantial Market Share at Growing CAGR of 14.2% During the Review Period

Global Smart Pills Market by Application (Patient Monitoring and Others), Target Area (Esophagus, Small Intestine, and Others), Disease Indication (Disease Indication, and Others) End User (Hospitals and Others)—Growth Forecast till 2023

Pune, India - July 17, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Smart Pills Market Overview

Global Smart Pills Market Driven by the Increasing prevalence of diseases. According to the analysis of Market Research Future (MRFR), the global smart pills market is expected to acquire a substantial market share at an impressive CAGR of 14.2% during the review period.
Smart pills are innovative ingestible medical devices that are finding application opportunities in areas such as diagnosis, drug delivery, and treatment. Substantial emphasis is being placed on the expansion and innovation of capsule-sized medical devices to make numerous safer and simpler types of medical procedures.

Key Players

The key players identified in the global smart pills market are BDD Limited, Check-Cap, CapsoVision, INTROMEDIC, PENTAX Medical, JINSHAN Science & Technology, RF Co., Ltd., Inc., Olympus Corporation, Proteus Digital Health, FUJIFILM Holdings Corporation, Inc., MEDISAFE and MEDTRONIC

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Segmental Analysis

The global market for smart pills is segmented based on the target area, application, end-user, and disease indication.
Based on the target area, the market has been segmented into the esophagus, large intestine, stomach, and small intestine.
Based on the application, the smart pills market has been segmented into capsule endoscopy, drug delivery, patient monitoring, and others. The capsule endoscopy segment has been sub-segmented into controllable capsule endoscopy, colon capsule endoscopy, small bowel capsule endoscopy, and others. The patient monitoring segment is sub-segmented into capsule pH monitoring and others. Bases on end-user, the market has been into the diagnostic center, hospitals, and research institute. Based on the disease indication, the market is segmented into colon diseases, esophageal diseases, small bowel diseases, and others.


Chapter 1. Report Prologue

Chapter 2. Market Introduction

Chapter 3. Research Methodology

Chapter 4. Market Dynamics

Chapter 5. Market Factor Analysis

Chapter 6. Global Smart Pills Market, By Application

Chapter 7. Global Smart Pills Market, By Target Area

Chapter 8. Global Smart Pills Market, By Disease Indication

Chapter 9. Global Smart Pills Market, By End-User

Chapter 10. Global Smart Pills Market, By Region

Chapter 11. Company Landscape

Chapter 12. Company Profiles

Chapter 13 MRFR Conclusion

Chapter 14. Appendix


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The rising global geriatric population and growing prevalence of numerous types of chronic and acute disorders such as cancer, diabetes, and others, are influencing the growth of the smart pills market since they have led to a greater need for innovative medical solutions such as smart pills. These pills enable on-site diagnosis with smallest medical arrangements. On the other hand, there are numerous hindering factors in the form of government regulatory norms, the extensive product approval process, and expensive cost of advanced medical devices are likely to impact the market negatively over the review period.

Regional Analysis

the global smart pills market has been covered across The Americas (North America and Latin America), the Asia Pacific (APAC), Europe, and the Middle East & Africa (MEA).
The Americas (North America and South America) account for the largest market share in terms of value. North America, especially, is expected to retain its market share and continue to be highly lucrative during the assessment period. Influential factors such as the increasing prevalence of chronic disorders, the presence of steady reimbursement policies, and the rapid adoption of new age medical technologies are expected to contribute favorably on the region’s market.

Europe is assessed as the second largest region in the global smart pills market. It is driven significantly by factors such as the high healthcare expenditure by the government and increased the focus of market players on delivering efficient healthcare services.

The smart pills market in the Asia Pacific is expected to witness the fastest growth during the forecast period. The market growth is driven by the increasing patient pool, rapid healthcare penetration, rising investment in healthcare are enabling the smart pills market in APAC to display a healthy CAGR over the forecast period.

The market in the Middle East and Africa is also likely to witness a rise in its growth rate over the review period. The healthcare sector is experiencing a tremendous change in the Middles East, which developing countries such as Saudi Arabia, UAE, and Qatar are leading. However, the unrest caused by politics and socio-political ideologies in certain parts of the MEA countries along with extensive dependence on the oil and gas sector may cause gradual growth.

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