Increasing popularity of immunotherapy for treatment of cancer is anticipated to boost the growth in the European needle-free IV connectors market. The usage of needle-free IV connectors eliminates needle-stick wounds, which is a recurring symptom of the needle connectors. Needle-free IV connectors decrease the risk of blood borne illnesses. Outbreak of COVID-19 virus is also anticipated to create growth opportunities in the market for the next couple of years. Needle-free IV connectors are essential healthcare devices that enable catheter access for infusion and aspiration in patients by connecting to the end of vascular catheters.
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The increasing risk of bloodstream infections due to catheter related problems in intensive care units all over Germany is also a significant factor that will potentially boost the growth in the market over forecast period of 2019-2029. Increased usage of needle-free IV connectors has the risk of development of microbial biofilm in the patient. However, technological developments to resolve this problem as well as increasing adoption of the needle-free technology in cancer treatments in anticipated to boost the growth in European needle-free IV connectors market.
Germany expected to drive the growth in European needle-free IV connectors market
Major players in the European needle-free IV connectors market are seen engaged in rapid dispatch and endorsements of the new needle-free IV connectors. These efforts can potentially help the development and the advancement of the market during the forecast period. Some of the key players in European needle-free IV connectors market are NP Medical Inc., Vygon S.A., Integrity Devices Ltd., Dickinson & Co., and B. Braun Melsungen AG.
Geographically, Germany is perceived to witness significant development in the European needle-free IV connectors market. This development is projected due to the growing number of catheter related bloodstream infections in critical care patients all over Germany. As per an investigation carried out by the National Center for Biotechnology Information in the year 2018, the occurrence of catheter-related circulation system diseases exploded in ICUs all over Germany in the period of 2006 to 2015. The recorded number of cases of catheter-related contamination in blood circulation system per 1,000 patients was 100 to 200 every day.
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