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World Infection Prevention Products Market
Date:4/19/2013

medical staff safety standards. By contrast, growth in China, India, Brazil, and many other emerging economies will exceed the world average as health care sectors are expanded, modernized, and adapted to formal infection prevention protocols.

Examination, surgical gloves among best prospects

Among infection prevention products, above average growth opportunities are projected for nitrile examination gloves, synthetic surgical gloves, cardiovascular surgical drapes, nonwoven and other surgical gowns, safety enhanced catheters and hypodermic syringes, waterless hand sanitizers, high-level surface disinfectants, ortho-phthalaldehyde (OPA) and peracetic acid instrument disinfectants, biological sterilization indicators, infectious waste containers and accessories.

These items will enhance world demand based on quality, performance, safety, and/or convenience advantages over alternative offerings, or because of faster expanding health care and life science applications.

Nitrile examination and synthetic surgical gloves will fare well in global markets as they pose a lower risk of causing allergies to staff than latex gloves. Cardiovascular surgical drapes will see above average growth in demand based on an expanding prevalence of heart conditions requiring surgical intervention. The world market for surgical gowns will benefit from upward trends in the volume of surgical procedures and increasing physicians' preferences for higher quality infection resistant types. Performance advantages over standard devices in the prevention of catheter-linked infections and accidental needlesticks will create above average growth opportunities for safety enhanced catheters and syringes.

Enhanced destructive actions against pathogens will boost demand for highlevel surface disinfectants in worldwide health care establishments. Performance, compatibility, and ease-of-us
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