Sensor Enabled Chronic Respiratory Care


Sensor Enabled Chronic Respiratory Patient Care analyzes eight sensor enabled technology classes that are converging to create new choices and opportunities for asthma and COPD patients and their caregivers. It examines therapeutic segments, demand drivers, market considerations, and strategic factors. Detailed device and technology assessments, product commercial status, market data, forecasts and profiles market sector participants are also provided.



The inhaled respiratory market represents one of the largest categories of drug spending, with continuing growth due to the increasing diagnosis of conditions such as asthma and COPD. As the incidence of these conditions increases, there exists a growing and significant opportunity to improve and expand current treatment of diseases of the upper respiratory tract. Converging technologies are creating new ways for patients diagnosed with chronic upper respiratory illnesses to improve outcomes while avoiding external factors that may exacerbate or trigger their conditions. These complementary patient care modalities, most of which are in the early stages of adoption, hold the capability to move treatment for COPD and asthma beyond responsive dosing to predictive behaviors and avoidance over the next five years.