The US infection prevention products and services market is projected to expand 4.9 percent annually, reaching $27.6 billion in 2020. Revenue growth will be spurred in part by pressure on hospitals to meet standards set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention related to healthcare associated infections. Data is provided in million US dollars.
The US infection prevention products and services market is segmented as follows:
Supplies: protective apparel and textiles, safety-enhanced medical devices, sterilization supplies, disinfectants, and medical waste disposal supplies
Equipment: sterilization equipment, washing and disinfecting equipment, and other equipment
Services: medical waste disposal and contract sterilization
The major infection prevention markets include:
Forecast US infection prevention product and service demand will be divided among more than 762,000 facilities in 2020. In the long-term, healthcare facilities, including hospitals and other medical providers, will account for about 85 percent of demand.
The US infection prevention products and services industry encompasses about 320 participating companies, most of which are medical device manufacturers. This study includes profiles, market share, and sales estimates for 29 key producers and service providers, including Ahlstrom, Bemis, Braun (B.) Melsungen, Cardinal Health, Clorox, Ecolab, Halyard Health, Johnson & Johnson, Medline Industries, Medtronic, Sealed Air, and STERIS.