A 2021 report by the World Health Organization (WHO) showed that cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) such as coronary heart disease, rheumatic heart disease, cerebrovascular diseases, and other related conditions are the leading cause of death among people today. For instance, in the year 2019, approximately 17.9 million people died by suffering from CVDs, which represented 32% of the global death toll in total.
Additionally, during September 2020, heart disease was declared as a leading cause for death in the US. For instance, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), approximately 805,000 Americans die from heart attacks each year.
As the incidence of heart disease rises, the need for detection and diagnosis facilities in the market will be intensified, which forecasts its growth in the healthcare market. Multiple investments and products are expected to launch by the year 2027, needing innovative support from healthcare professionals.