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RFID Blood Monitoring Systems (Blood Refrigerators and Freezers) Market is Expected to Reach USD 174.2 Million Globally in 2019: Transparency Market Research
Date:7/30/2013

ermore, privatization of healthcare infrastructure has led to a growth in the number of large sized blood banks and hospitals in many developing countries which require efficient catering to the transfusion needs of patients. This phenomenon serves as a potential opportunity for the RFID blood refrigerators and freezers manufacturers to introduce their products in these regions.

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North America was the dominant geographical market for RFID blood refrigerators and freezers in 2012. RFID systems for Real Time Location Systems, asset tracking and inventory management are mature technologies in this region and many healthcare institutions have already adopted RFID to reduce errors and increase productivity. The US has the highest adoption rate of RFID in its healthcare system. The advanced healthcare system of this country and existence of large sized blood banks have been responsible for the high level of RFID tracking technology utilized in its healthcare infrastructure
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