Disposables market to reach $55 billion by 2004:
This article was originally published in Clinica
US demand for disposable medical supplies is set to increase 5.3% a year up to 2004, to over $55 billion, according to a new study. The US Disposable Medical Supplies report from the Cleveland, Ohio-based market research company, The Freedonia Group, concludes that hospitals will remain the largest market. However, home healthcare is the fastest growing sector, given the move towards increased preventive medicine and self-treatment in the light of high insurance co-payments. For more details of the 371-page, $3,800 report, contact Freedonia in the US. Tel: +1 440 684 9600. Fax: +1 440 646 0484. E-mail: email@example.com.
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