Exercise Oxygen Equipment Markets to Reach USD 2.8 Billion by 2022, Forecasts New WinterGreen Research Report Available at MarketPublishers.com

22 Apr 2016 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Since the blood oxygen is not sufficient while it is required to release excess carbon dioxide being trapped in tissue, consumer oxygen is used to do it. 

With population ageing, an increasing number of people do not do enough exercise to gather the waste carbon dioxide being generated by tissues and muscles. Besides, there is an increase in the number of people having weight problems or are even obese. And that is why there is growing demand for supplemental oxygen at different sites where people do exercises.

Exercise oxygen equipment is mainly used by athletes as well as regular non-disease people to reach performance recovery after they have exercised for a while.

Prices for supplemental oxygen are to go up in the upcoming years since its usage and adoption become widespread.

As of 2015, a value of the exercise oxygen equipment markets was just under USD 3.9 million. It is set to grow a very rapid pace in the near term to amount to USD 2.8 billion by 2022.

New research report “Exercise Oxygen Equipment: Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2016 to 2022” prepared by WinterGreen Research offers in-depth examination of the world’s market for exercise oxygen equipment. The study contains a detailed description of this marketplace. It insightfully discusses market dynamics and throws light on forces that drive this marketplace.

The report concentrates on market leaders and comprises product descriptions. The research study looks at research activities in this space and covers technology. It profiles top companies and forecasts market developments in the years to come.

Companies mentioned in the research report include: Chart Industries, Dräger, Inogen, Jiuxin Medical, 2nd Wind Distributors, to name a few.

More new studies by our partner are available at WinterGreen Research page


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