Sterilization refers to an important procedure of infection control in various healthcare facilities, such as laboratories, clinics, and hospitals. Substantial rise in hospital-acquired infections has forced many medical practitioners to take strict regulatory actions to heal these infections with different sterilization equipment. These sterilization equipments are available for absolute destruction of microorganisms. This factor is anticipated to fuel global sterilization equipment market over the period of forecast.
Growing Number of Surgeries Necessitate Usage of Sterilization Equipment
Expanding geriatric population coupled with the rise in the number of surgeries conducted at clinics and hospitals is expected to fuel the growth for global sterilization equipment market.
Growing prevalence of diseases, such as tuberculosis and cancer, increased cases of hospital- associated/acquired (HAI) are important factors that are expected to steer the growth of global sterilization equipment market. One of the major reasons for casualties worldwide is hospital-acquired infection.
There has been significant rise in number of surgeries across the globe. With increased number of surgeries comes the increased demand for sterilization equipment. As such, the global sterilization equipment market is projected to witness growth over the period of forecast.
On the other hand, rising preference for the use of disposable medical devices, such as needles, prefilled syringes, catheters, and gloves curb the growth of global sterilization equipment market. Using disposable apparatus lessen the chances of contacting hospital-acquired infections.
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Europe and North America collectively accounted for around 60% of the total market share in 2017. High prevalence of contagious diseases such as syphilis, cholera, and influenza in these regions demanded usage of sterilization equipment. Asia Pacific offered a promising market for the global sterilization market due to large pool of patients, low awareness, and poor sanitization.