Trends in Detection, Diagnostic, Monitoring Technologies and Applications

Trends in Detection, Diagnostic, Monitoring Technologies and Applications

The detection, diagnostic, and monitoring technologies mainly comprise of genomics, proteomics, metabolomics, epigenomic technologies; early detection and diagnosis; personalized medicine; sensor technologies; and patient monitoring systems.

Genomics, Proteomics, Metabolomics, and Epigenomic Technologies
Genetic Dx

Early Detection and Diagnosis (Non-“Omic” Technologies)
Fast, Portable Genetic Tests
Proteomic Dx
Vulnerable Plaque
Early Detection CADx

Personalized Medicine and Customizable Devices
Biologically/Drug Customized Tx
Electronically
Customized Tx

Sensor Technologies
Advanced Sensors

Patient Monitoring Systems
Remote Monitoring (e.g. Home, Implanted, Portable, Wireless)

Trends in Detection, Diagnostic, and Monitoring Technologies:

Trends in Invasiveness Reducing Technologies

 

Among the detection, diagnostic, and monitoring technologies, the highest likelihood for innovation and new product development is predicted for the sensor technologies including a wide range of advanced sensors; patient monitoring systems (e.g. remote monitoring systems); and genomic, proteomic, metabolomic, and epigenomic technologies (e.g. genetic diagnostic products). Computer-assisted diagnostics could be considered as one of the upcoming technologies for innovative products. The primary constraints include liability concerns related to false-negative findings, and concerns about the availability of realistic therapies for diagnosis during the next five year forecast period.

2017-01-07T10:00:44+00:00 Categories: Analyst Insights|