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Medical Sensors Market Report Is Focused on Giving a Bird’s Eye-View of the Industry With Regards to Global Sensors Market in Healthcare – Report by MarketsandMarkets
Date:7/13/2013

(PRWEB) July 13, 2013

According to a new market research report "World Sensors Market in Healthcare Applications (2012-2017), Global Forecast & Analysis - Segmentation by Type of Sensor (Temperature, Pressure, Chemical, Flow, Level, Position, Image and Biosensors), Monitoring, Therapeutic, Diagnostic, Drug Discovery & Delivery Applications, Geographical & Country-wise Markets" published by MarketsandMarkets, the total market is expected to reach $13.11 billion by 2017.

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The use of sensors in the healthcare sector is mainly driven by the increasing need for sophistication in medical electronics to “sense” and “monitor” temperatures, pressures, chemical, and biological levels of patients and drugs for applications in diagnostics, therapeutics, monitoring, drug discovery and delivery; in hospitals and other medical facilities, including home-treatments. Sensors play an important role in enhancing safety and improving the quality of life in the healthcare arena. Sensors are increasingly being used in medical applications due to accuracy, intelligence, capability, reliability, small size, and low power consumption of sensors. Sensors increase the intelligence of the life supporting implants. They can also be used in various types of monitoring appliances to provide better quality of life for the patients. Sensors enable early detection of ailments, thereby allowing a timely prevention or cure.

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