Published on : Dec 27, 2017
Albany, New York, December 27, 2017: Presently, increasing prevalence of diseases is driving demand for more technologically efficient products in hospitals. A new study finds that demand for surgical drapes is increasing due to rising patient pool, growing awareness about the spread of infection, rising hygiene awareness, and technological innovation. The global market discussion on the surgical drapes can be found in the latest study, which has been freshly broadcasted to the wide repository of Market Research Hub (MRH). This is a 229-page study, which is titled as “Surgical Drapes Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Volume, Growth, Trends, and Forecast 2016 – 2024”, and provides a detailed insight into key drivers and restraints, notable trends, share and size of various segments, and competitive landscape.
Presently, the surgical drapes market is in growing stage. Also, it will continue exhibiting strong growth in the forthcoming years on account of the rising incidence of hospital-acquired infection (HAIs). Surgical drapes are used to eliminate the risk of SSIs during surgeries. As per the study key findings, the global surgical drapes market is likely to remain solid during 2017 and 2025, exhibiting a CAGR of 3.3% during the time-frame. Growing at this pace, the market is expected to value US$3.8 billion by the end of 2025.
For the benefit of the readers, the report provides a complete perspective on the market’s growth on the basis of revenue in US$ Mn, covering different geographical regions namely Europe, North America, Asia Pacific, Middle East & Africa and Latin America. Among these, North America contributes maximum in the global surgical drapes market in terms of revenue due to well-developed infrastructure and high healthcare cost. The region witnesses a significantly high number of surgeries conducted in a given year as a result of the rising incidence of chronic ailments and other factors.
Key Segments in Global Surgical Drapes Market
The global surgical drapes market is segmented by types, usability, material and end-user segments. Hospital is the major end-user of the surgical drapes. Majority of surgeries globally are performed in hospitals, even ambulatory surgery procedures are carried out in hospitals which makes hospitals the largest consumer of surgical drapes.
On the basis of type, the report has been categorized into Incise, Laparotomy, Sheets, Leggings, Laparoscopy, Lithotomy and others. Amongst, Incise surgical drapes are mostly used during complex surgeries such as limb amputation due to diabetes, trauma, cardiac surgeries, or maxillofacial surgeries.
By material, the market is dominated by nonwoven surgical drapes as nonwoven material is generally used in manufacturing of disposable surgical drapes. On the other hand, based on usability, the disposable surgical drapes highly contribute in terms of revenue for the growth of the market.
Moving further in the research study, the competitive landscape section features some of the top companies, their products and business strategies, and their standing in the global market. Foremost companies profiled in the surgical drapes market are Paul Hartmann AG, Ahlstrom-Munksjö Cardinal Health, Medica Europe BV, 3M Health Care, Mölnlycke Health Care and STERIS plc.
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