"The global endoscopy procedures estimate the market number is expected to reach 249.5 million procedures by 2030 and is expected to expand at a CAGR of 1.3% over the forecast period. The growing prevalence of functional gastrointestinal disorders is one of the major factors for the high adoption of minimally invasive endoscopic procedures. For example, according to the data published by the endoscopy center of the gastroenterology associates of Pensacola, each year, about 62 million Americans are diagnosed with a digestive disorder. Similarly, in 2020, another report published in the Gastroenterology journal stated that over 40% of people in the world have functional gastrointestinal disorders." ---From www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/5553303
Endoscopy units, as well as the health authorities in the world, for many years have been focusing their Infection control efforts on finding ways to minimize cross-contamination risks and improve patient care. As hospital acquired infections (HAIs) continue to pose a threat to patients and staff, healthcare facilities are taking a deeper look at the infection control risks of using reusable accessories and are considering the switching to single-use endoscopy procedure products.
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