This study analyzes the $234 billion global market for disposable medical supplies.
This study provides historical data (2007, 2012, 2017) and demand forecasts for 2022 for disposable medical supplies in millions of US dollars (including inflation) by type, market, region, and major countries.
The terms shipments, production, and output are used interchangeably in the study, as are the terms demand, sales, and market, which are defined as domestic shipments, plus imports, minus exports.
For purposes of this study, disposable medical supplies demand is defined as the value of finished products sold by producers at the wholesale level.
Among the specific products analyzed are:
Surgical instruments and supplies
Infusion and hypodermic devices
Diagnostic and laboratory disposables
Bandages and wound dressings
Nonwoven medical disposables
Medical and laboratory gloves
Other products, including patient room supplies, urinary catheters and accessories, ostomy products, first aid kits, medical sponges, transdermal patches, medical waste disposal supplies, medical cotton goods, and enema supplies
Demand is also analyzed by the following markets:
Home healthcare services
Other markets, including skilled nursing homes, dental practices, senior day camps and centers, coroners and law enforcement agencies, clinical testing laboratories, life science research organizations, blood banks, educational health centers, public first aid stations, and industrial-occupational clinics
The study also analyzes market share for industry players such as Cardinal Health, Johnson & Johnson, Baxter International, Becton Dickinson, Medline Industries, Medtronic, and 3M.