Los Angeles, January 17, 2020 - Disposable medical textile is primarily preferred by various medical facilities as it eliminates the risk of spreading infection by enabling convenient disposal. QY Research has recently published a report titled “Global Disposable Medical Textiles Market Research Report 2020” predicting the opportunities that lie in the global market. According to the report, the global disposable medical textile market is expected to reach US$4879.2 mn in 2020 and US$7980.7 mn by the end of 2026, registering a CAGR of 7.2% during the forecast period.
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Recyclable Benefits of Disposable Medical Textile to Boost its Global Demand
Disposable medical textile is rising in popularity as it provides barrier from infections and ensures protection. Hygiene products play an important role in the field of surgery and medicine as protection against infection is of utmost importance. Medical textile is worn by surgeons, nurses, physicians, and workers hence they demand to contamination free, easy to sterilize, and cost efficient. Disposable textile promotes clean and healthy environment inside as well as outside surgical rooms. Since they are not reused, they are sterile and antiseptic in nature.
They help in providing protection against contamination and pathogens. They reduce the potential of spreading infection and are cost and time effective as manpower and water usage is reduced in sterilizing reusable textile. They provide a cleaner appearance and are easily recycled. These benefits of choosing disposable textile is likely to boost its demand in medical sector.
Cost-effectiveness of Nonwoven Textile to Amplify Demand during Forecast Period
Nonwoven textile is expected to rise in demand during the forecast period because it is cost effective, adaptable, and easy to dispose. Nonwoven textile provides better protection against bacteria thus reducing air-borne contamination.
Technologically Advanced North America to Lead the Global Market
North America is expected to lead the global market as this region is technologically advanced and government bodies are extensively investing in biomedical research. Innovations and large consumer base to boost the demand in this region.
Ahlstrom Munksjo is looking to manufacture medical textile with Swedish paper and textile industries and that will result in smaller environmental footprint as producing textile from local raw material is cost effective. This sustainable solution is a result of cross-industry agreement.
The key players operating in the global disposable medical textile market are J&J, Medtronic (Covidien), Ahlstrom, Braun, DowDuPont, 3M, Cardinal Health, KOB, TWE, Techtex, Medline, Dynarex, Hakuzo, Smith-nephew, Vilene, Medpride, Winner Medical, ALLMED, JianErKang Medical, Zhejiang zhengde medical, WU HAN DI YUAN, etc.
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