The global insulin pumps market was worth US$ 4.1 Billion in 2019. Insulin pumps are small computerized medical devices that can be clipped on to a belt, pocket or hidden under the clothes. The pump is used to deliver controlled doses of insulin inside the body at regular intervals, depending upon the consumer’s basal and bolus rate, to control the rise in blood glucose levels. It operates through a needle and a flexible catheter that is used to insert insulin directly into the fatty tissue, which is then taped and secured in place. Insulin pumps assist individuals suffering from type 1 and type 2 diabetes by providing them flexibility in food options and eating schedules and reduces the number of injection administrations
The increasing prevalence of diabetes across the globe and rising health awareness are the key factors for market growth. Modernization of economies has significantly enhanced the occurrence of several lifestyle diseases, especially diabetes. This is further augmented by changing dietary preferences and dependency on ready-to-eat packaged food containing artificial ingredients and preservatives. Since diabetes can trigger the occurrence of other chronic conditions such as kidney failure, stroke, paralysis and blindness, manufacturers are increasingly emphasizing on creating adaptive and affordable devices. Additionally, due to the development of highly accurate glucose sensors and blood monitoring devices, the demand for efficient insulin pumps has also increased. Furthermore, factors such as rising per capita expenditure on healthcare services and increasing research and development for improving the functioning of insulin pumps have also contributed to market growth. Looking forward, IMARC Group expects the global insulin pumps market to exhibit moderate growth during the next five years.
The report has also analysed the competitive landscape of the market with some of the key players being Animus Corp., Medtronics Inc., Insulet Corp., Roche Diagnostics, Cellnovo Ltd., Asante, Nipro Diagnostic Inc., Tandem Diabetes Care Inc., Sooil Development Co. Ltd., Ypsomed, etc.
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