In this report, we have studied the strategies and key focus areas of players operating in the global hospital acquired infections control market. Provision of efficient after sales services is the primary focus area of players in the global hospital acquired infections control market. Mergers and acquisitions, strategic collaborations and technology transfer agreements play a vital role in the global hospital acquired infections control market. Companies in this market understand the need to meet the requirements of various end users in different facility centers, while ensuring customized services. Quality and positive outcome are of utmost importance to end use industries. It has been noticed that acquisitions and collaborations are the key strategies adopted by global and local players for better service provision and to increase their consumer base in different geographies.
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An intrinsic part of this report is the analysis and recommendations on the global hospital acquired infections control market. The report takes an overview of the global hospital acquired infections control market and also underlines factors influencing the growth of the global hospital acquired infections control market. The analysts have provided key strategic recommendations for both existing and new players in the market to emerge sustainably profitable. The report covers the competitive landscape that provides a dashboard view of companies that manufacture and provide services in the global hospital acquired infections control market. The report contains company profiles of some of the key players and a strategic overview of mergers and acquisitions along with companies’ expansion plans across regions. Apart from including these factors, the team of expert analysts has also taken into consideration the various macro-economic indicators such as hospital acquired infections control market outlook, gross domestic product and other pointers to arrive at the indicated market numbers.
Top-down approach has been used to counter-validate the final numbers in the global hospital acquired infections control market, while bottom-up approach has been used to assess market numbers in the global hospital acquired infections control market. Weighted average selling price is considered to estimate the market size of various drugs mentioned in the scope of the study. The country price is captured with the local currency. The local currency figures are then converted to USD to offer forecasts in a consistent currency standard.
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Our research methodology incorporates both primary and secondary research to collect the relevant market data. We have analyzed the global hospital acquired infections control market by considering the revenue through extensive primary research to understand the usage patterns, historic trends, problems faced by the medical staff, the required treatment developments, and most preferred products. Key opinion leaders have been considered for the primary research, including experienced healthcare professionals in various healthcare facilities at the country level. These estimates are further validated with product manufacturers, distributors, and suppliers. Extensive secondary research has been carried out to understand the treatment rate, adoption rate, regulatory scenarios, average selling price, and reimbursement scenario by referring to published scientific literature from various databases such as the WHO, PubMed, Springer, and Wiley among others. We have also analyzed various market companies’ annual reports, investor presentations, SEC filings, 10k reports and press releases to fetch substantial information about the market size, trends, opportunities, drivers, restraints and other market dynamics.
The global hospital acquired infections control market is expected to witness robust growth during the forecast period. The number of hospital acquired infections has triggered the need for a separate sterile unit in hospitals where the equipment is sterilized and reprocessed. There are surprise checks by the regulatory authorities to ensure the utilization of sterilized equipment and consumables.
Presence of unhygienic conditions around and inside hospitals and improper sterilization techniques applied in hospitals are increasing the prevalence of hospital acquired infections
Emerging economies such as India, China, Brazil, Mexico and South Africa have a large number of under-served patients. These geographies represent a huge opportunity for medical device manufacturers. Economic development in these emerging economies along with rising disposable income of patients would help the market ensuring future sustainability. Growing healthcare infrastructure and medical expenditure by respective governments would enable installation and usage of sophisticated medical devices such as endoscopes in medical institutions like hospitals. This would increase the demand for endoscope reprocessing devices, as these are capable of disinfecting medical devices efficiently. Likewise, rise in healthcare expenditure would encourage endoscope reprocessing devices manufacturers to enter the market.
Greater focus on development of reprocessors exhibiting innovative product design to avoid cross contamination and enhance patient safety coupled with advancements in the medical device industry is expected to create a favorable platform for innovative reprocessing technologies in high-income economies such as the U.K. and U.S. Companies are expected to benefit from increasing incorporation of innovative technologies in AERs. Such systems are expected to revolutionize the cleaning process in the most effective manner in the near future.
Hospitals are gradually shifting from heat sterilization to low temperature sterilization owing to the various drawbacks related to steam heat sterilizers
The disinfection equipment segment is expected to be the most lucrative among all product types with an attractiveness index of 2.14, while the heat sterilization equipment segment is anticipated to be the second attractive segment in the hospital acquired infections control market, with an attractiveness index of 1.78. Disinfection equipment is the largest product type in the global hospital acquired infections control market, which was estimated to represent US$ 2,585.1 Mn, or 49.6% share of the total market in 2017 and is projected to reach a market valuation of US$ 3,852.5 Mn by 2025 end, expanding at a CAGR of 5.1% over the forecast period 2017–2025.
Guidelines and recommendations of the European Respiratory Society