Trauma and Critical Care

A abrupt injury to the head or spine causes neurotrauma. Concussions, traumatic brain injuries, skull fractures, spinal column fractures, and spinal cord injuries are all part of this category. Traumatic brain injury can be classified as either primary or secondary, depending on whether it is caused by the force associated with the neurotrauma or develops as a result of the neurotrauma. Neurotrauma is still a leading source of morbidity and mortality in the United States. Primary neurologic injury prevention is a major public health priority. The goal of critical care for a patient who has suffered a neurotrauma is to prevent further damage. Potential neuroprotection medicines still require a lot more investigation.

•    Mild TBI, Blast Injuries and Sports-related Concussion
•    Moderate to Severe TBI
•    Chronic Subdural Haematoma
•    Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury
•    Neuro Intensive care
•    Preclinical studies
•    Pediatric trauma
•    Quality assessment
•    Patient safety
•    Rehabilitation
•    Prehospital management
•    Neuroimaging
•    Neurocritical Care for TBI and SCI

Market Analysis : Treatment for neurotrauma is a long-term commitment. The global market for non-invasive brain trauma monitoring devices is estimated to reach USD 16.99 billion by 2026, growing at a 7.7% CAGR. The use of non-invasive brain trauma monitoring devices in neurotrauma and other brain illnesses is expected to drive the market. According to the report, the worldwide critical care equipment market is expected to increase at an annual rate of 8.7% from 2019 to 2025. Critical care equipment in intensive care units is designed to provide round-the-clock care and monitoring.

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