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Reportlinker Adds US Disposable Medical Supplies Market Report
Date:10/1/2009

NEW YORK, Oct. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue.

US Disposable Medical Supplies Market

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US demand to rise 4.1% annually through 2013

Demand for disposable medical supplies in the US is projected to increase 4.1 percent annually to more than $79 billion in 2013. An increasing volume of health care activity attributable to aging demographic patterns and a rising incidence of diseases and disorders will underlie growth. Demand will also gain upward momentum as hospitals, outpatient facilities and other health care establishments adopt stricter safeguards to meet infection prevention standards. Instruments to remain largest product category Instruments and devices for respiratory care, drug delivery, catheterization and related procedures will remain the largest group of disposable medical supplies, with demand reaching $38.6 billion in 2013. Growth will reflect a rising base of chronic care patients who require surgery or continuous therapy. This trend, coupled with the introduction of new higher value-added, safety-enhanced products, will boost demand for several single-use products, including oxygen therapy supplies, prefilled syringes, atherectomy and coronary perfusion catheters, transdermal patches and peritoneal dialysis kits.

Biological, synthetic dressings to pace wound supplies

Demand for wound management supplies will reach $8.7 billion in 2013. Dressings based on alginate, foam, collagen and growth factor substances will post the best gains based on expanding applications in the treatment of moderate-to-se
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