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Navigating the Future: Projections of the Global Hospital-Acquired Infection Control Market 2024-2033

Through a recent report released by The Business Research Company (TBRC), there is now an elaborate view of the global hospital-acquired infection control market, providing a detailed roadmap from 2024 to 2033. The report, ‘Hospital-Acquired Infection Control Global Market Report 2024’, is a go-to resource encompassing every element of the market, highly beneficial in guiding infection prevention professionals.

TBRC provides a forecast that indicates a potential increase of the hospital-acquired infection control market revenue reaching an estimated $41.37 billion by 2028. It is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.8%. This surge in growth is primarily driven by the recent rise in COVID-19 cases.

Market leaders in this field currently include prominent industry members such as Johnson and Johnson, P&G Professional, Honeywell International Inc., MMM Group, 3M Company, and Becton Dickinson and Company. North America is projected to dominate the market share for hospital-acquired infection control.

The report additionally offers segmentation based on various parameters. Product-wise, the market spans Sterilizers, Disinfectants, Endoscope Reprocessors, Consumables, Microbial Testing Instruments, Infection Prevention and Surveillance Software, and others. From a technology perspective, it is divided into Phenotypic Methods and Genotypic Methods.

There’s a disease-based categorization as well, including Hospital Acquired Pneumonia, Bloodstream Infections, Surgical Site Infections, Gastrointestinal Infections, Urinary Tract Infection, and others. Furthermore, it covers varied applications such as Disease Testing, Drug-Resistance Testing. Finally, the end-user classification includes Hospitals, ICUs, Ambulatory Surgical, Diagnostic Centers, Nursing Homes, Maternity Centers, among others.

Geographically, the global hospital-acquired infection control market spans regions like North America, South America, Asia-Pacific, Eastern Europe, Western Europe, Middle East, and Africa.

In essence, the term ‘hospital-acquired infections’ denotes infections that are not present at the time of hospital admission and are contracted within the hospital setting. The various processes of prevention of such infections using sterilization, disinfection, and cleaning methods are categorized under ‘hospital-acquired infection control’. These infections primarily stem from equipment surfaces, patient skins, or healthcare staff, and infection control measures aim to mitigate transmission.


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