According to the report, the size of the Latin America Patient Handling Devices Market is valued at USD 771.77 Million in 2022 and estimated to grow at a CAGR of 8.7 %, to reach USD 1171.21 Million by 2027 during the forecast period 2022 to 2027.
Patient handling equipment is used in medical facilities in Latin America to help move, transport, or support a person or bodily part. It protects caregivers and doctors against harm while dealing with patients.
With the help of patient handling equipment, it is possible to improve the quality of treatment and maintain the personal cleanliness of patients. It also boosts caregiver productivity, lowers the risk of patient injuries, and saves money over retrofitting.
One of the major factors driving the growth of the Latin America patient handling equipment market is the ageing population, government policies, and rising disease rates. Obese patients and caregivers can benefit from new technologies such as specially constructed beds, support surfaces, bariatric lifts, slings, and chairs.
Furthermore, with the advancement of new technologies such as remote patient monitoring, the home care industry is likely to increase significantly in the next years. In the next years, as the demand for home care grows, so will the demand for equipment used to treat patients in those settings, such as patient transfer devices, mobility devices, and medical beds.
Obesity has nearly tripled since 1975, according to the World Health Organization. Around 39 million children under the age of five are expected to be overweight or obese by 2020. Caring for bariatric patients is challenging since repositioning and nursing care activities put caregivers at risk of injury. Various sorts of devices for dealing with bariatric patients are available on the market.
The scarcity of competent personnel and the problems faced by bariatric care patients are limiting factors in the market's growth. Technological developments and private institutional nursing, on the other hand, generate market growth potential. There is a lack of training for caregivers on how to use patient handling equipment efficiently.
This research report on the Latin America Patient Handling Devices Market has been segmented and sub-segmented into the following categories
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Geographically, the Latin America holding a moderate share of the worldwide market. The flexibility and relaxation afforded by this medical equipment help the patient. The growing older population and the rising frequency of lifestyle illnesses are the two most important regional variables for the patient handling equipments market in Latin America. To avoid the injuries caused by manual handling, healthcare organisations are increasing their usage of patient handling equipment. Transferring, lifting, and moving patients are examples of patient handling tasks.
The Mexico Patient Handling Devices Market and Brazil Patient Handling Devices Market may have moderate to severe mobility impairments due to their body type, restricted range of motion at the hip and knee, and location and size of the pannus, morbidly obese adults. Bariatric patients also have a higher risk of falling and embarrassment, according to one study, because they require more persons to lift, move, or support them during out-of-bed activities.
In Latin America, a growing number of government laws are being enacted to shorten the time and cost of medical treatment. To cut inpatient expenses, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has taken initiatives to encourage nursing homes and home healthcare.
KEY MARKET PLAYERS
Noteworthy Companies leading the Latin America Patient Handling Devices Market Profiled in the Report are Benmor Medical, Inc. Etac Limited, Joerns Healthcare, Stryker Corporation, Handicare, Inc., Prism Medical, Linet, Inc., Mangar International, Inc., Invacare Corporation, Guldmann, Inc.,
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