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Blood Banking Market Reviewed & Forecast by VPG in Its New Research Report Recently Uploaded at MarketPublishers.com

29 Jun 2017 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – During the recent years, the world’s market for blood banking witnessed sustainable growth, and is predicted to keep on increasing at a robust pace through 2021. Some of the important market growth drivers comprise increasing disease burden, escalating demand for plasma derivatives and immunoglobulin, commercialization of blood donation coupled with increasing number of blood donation centres, among others.

The US is the unrivalled leader in the blood donation market, due to highly-developed healthcare infrastructure, high standards of care in the country, favourable reimbursement policies, introduction of advanced technologies, and strong government support.

In the coming years, the APAC blood banking market is set to increase at the highest pace, boosted by huge unmet patient needs, escalating per capita spending on healthcare, uptake of medical tourism in the region and constantly developing healthcare infrastructure.

New report “Global Blood Banking Market Outlook 2021: Facilities, Country Volume and Sales Forecasts for Typing, Grouping and Infectious Disease Screening Tests” created by VPG presents in-depth insights presents a comprehensive overview of the global blood banking market. It uncovers the most recent reliable statistics as well as provides access to updated estimates of facilities engaged in the performance of blood banking tests. Besides, it discloses trustworthy relevant data on test volume, instrument and reagent sales. Moreover, forecasts for blood typing and infection disease screening tests for different countries are at hand in this report.

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