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Global Southeast Asia Disposable Medical Supplies Market Size, Share, Growth, Analysis to 2032

Southeast Asia Disposable Medical Supplies Market

Southeast Asia disposable medical supplies market is dominated by Indonesia with ¼ share: Persistence Market Research

PUNE, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, July 6, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Traditionally, the disposable medical supplies industry has focused on usability, compliance and quality to meet health and safety standards. However, in addition to the increase in demand, environmental concerns are on the rise. As a result, the industry is seeing a renewed interest in low cost and environmentally friendly products.

With recorded sales worth US$6 billion in 2021, the Southeast Asia Disposable Medical Supplies Market is expected to witness a high growth rate in the coming years owing to the growing preference for low-cost disposable medical supplies amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Maintaining health and hygiene has become the top priority for the prevention of communicable diseases. Disposable supplies come in aseptic packaging which limits the risk of cross-contamination and can help stop the spread of infections, save money and manage hospital resources. Growing awareness of personal hygiene and safety has accelerated the demand for disposable medical supplies.

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One of the most promising opportunities for improving care and reducing costs is moving care delivery to the home. Key players are launching and adapting models to move primary, acute and palliative care to homes. Home care can avoid the need for more expensive treatments in hospitals and other institutional settings for vulnerable patients. Disposable medical supplies provide support not only for care of acute and chronic medical conditions, but also for disease prevention and lifestyle choices.

Many key manufacturers are leveraging their capacity for innovation and ingenuity to open up a world of possibilities for healthcare professionals and patients to deliver affordable services and improve patient outcomes.

Company Profiles:

Medtronic Plc.
Cardinal Health, Inc.
3M Company
Molnlycke Health Care AB
NIPRO Corporation
Ansell Healthcare LLC
Halyard Health, Inc.
Medline Industries Inc.
McKesson Corporation
Sempermed USA, Inc.
GE Healthcare
Johnson & Johnson
ThermoFisher Scientific Inc
Smiths Plc Group
Ambu A/S
Royal Philips SA

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Key insights from market research

Hypodermics and Radiology holds nearly 17.8% market share by value in the disposable medical supplies market in Southeast Asia.

With a market share of 26.2% in 2021, cardiovascular procedures dominate the application segment.

Hospitals hold nearly half of Southeast Asia’s overall market share for disposable medical supplies.

Indonesia is the No. 1 country in Southeast Asia for disposable medical supplies and accounted for 1/4 market share in 2021.

“Increased prevalence of hospital-acquired infections and rising health and hygiene awareness will drive demand for disposable medical supplies in Southeast Asia,” says an analyst at Persistence Market Research.

Market competition

Major manufacturers of disposable medical supplies are focusing on partnerships with emerging companies to expand into the Southeast Asian market and reach a wider customer base to meet growing demand.

Moreover, major market players have embraced expansion as a business growth strategy.

For example, in September 2021, Lankenau Heart Institute, part of Main Line Health, signed a long-term strategic partnership agreement with Philips, using integrated solutions related to cardiovascular diseases.

What does the report cover?

Persistence Market Research offers a unique perspective and actionable insights into the Southeast Asia disposable medical supplies market in its latest study, presenting a historical demand assessment from 2017 to 2021 and projections for 2022 to 2032.

The research study is based on the product (sterilization consumables, wound care products, dialysis products, infusion products, hypodermic and radiology products, intubation and respiratory supplies, surgical procedure kits and trays, supplies blood management and diagnostics and general disposables), application (cardiovascular, cerebrovascular, dental, laparoscopy, gynecology, urology, orthopedics and others) and end user (hospitals, outpatient surgery centers, clinics, diagnostic centers, long-term care centers and nursing homes) in Southeast Asian countries.

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Southeast Asia Disposable Medical Supplies Market – Report Highlights

A Detailed Overview of the Parent Market of the Southeast Asia Disposable Medical Supplies Market
Changing Southeast Asia Disposable Medical Supplies Market Dynamics in Industry
In-depth segmentation of the disposable medical supplies market in Southeast Asia
Historical, current and projected Southeast Asia Disposable Medical Supplies market size in terms of volume and value
Recent industry trends and developments in the Southeast Asia disposable medical supplies market
Competitive Landscape of Southeast Asia Disposable Medical Supplies Market
Strategies for key players and products offered
Potential and niche segments, promising growth geographies
A neutral perspective on the performance of the disposable medical supplies market in Southeast Asia
Must-have information for Southeast Asia Disposable Medical Supplies market players to maintain and improve their market footprints

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