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A Downward Slide: Q220 Infection Prevention Vascular Access Recap

9/30/20 9:54 AM

Q220 Infection Prevention HeaderQ220 reflects the full impact of COVID-19, driving a downward slide in all segments

For Q220, according to BioMedGPS’ SmartTRAK Financial Dashboard, the US Infection Prevention - Vascular Access Adjunct Products market was down -16.8% YoY.

The prevention of Hospital-Acquired Infections (HAIs) continues to drive measures and practices to reduce Central Line-Associated Bloodstream Infections (CLABSIs) and is creating demand for products that can address these issues. Numerous programs and educational tools are being developed to provide measures and strategies that assist healthcare providers in the prevention and reduction of infection in acute care and other settings.

Among the many topics covered in the comprehensive Q220 Infection Prevention: US Vascular Access Adjunct Market Recap* are:
  • Complete Market Overview with Company Revenues and Shares
  • Dressings: Securement and Stabilization of VA Devices
  • Antimicrobial Devices
  • Antimicrobial IV Skin Preps
  • Mechanical Securement Devices
  • Q220 News and Highlights

The COVID-19 crisis continues to put the spotlight on infection control within hospitals and further reinforces the importance of the infection preventionist (IP) in the “new normal” healthcare setting. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak and limited resources within acute care hospitals, CMS announced extensions to the HAC Quality programs indicating ...

Read the entire Q220 Infection Prevention: US Vascular Access Adjunct Market Recap including news, data, charts, company revenues and analysis*

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Topics: Wound Care

Susan Paquette
Written by Susan Paquette

Susan Paquette, MS, MBA | Vice President and General Manager, Wound. 25+ years' experience in new business development, R&D, international and marketing. Director, New Business Development & Commercialization, 3M Health Care; Technical Director, 3M Medical.

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