The size of the Medical Lifting Sling Market in the Middle East and Africa was around USD 33.52 million in 2022. It is expected to grow at a CAGR of 9.6% to reach USD 53.00 million by 2027. It captures 6% of the global market.
Medical lifting slings are patient lifting medical equipment that allow patients who are fat, handicapped, or weak to be lifted safely.
Factors such as the rise in obesity prevalence, the ageing population, and the rising frequency of accidents and injuries are the primary factors driving the growth of the Middle-east and Africa medical lifting sling market. Increased prevalence of neuromuscular disorder diseases such as Parkinson's disease and spinal muscular atrophy; rise in incidences of muscular disorder; rise in demand for universal slings; increase in funding from private and government organizations for development of various healthcare sectors; and advancements in medical lifting slings technologies are further boosting the medical lifting slings in this region.
Furthermore, the infectious disease diagnostic market is expected to rise due to an increase in the adoption of various medical lifting slings by the geriatric and bariatric population. According to the United Nations, the world's geriatric population is expected to double to 1.5 billion people by 2050. As a result, market growth is fueled by an increase in the geriatric population, as older people are more prone to muscle limitations.
When removing sling straps from patients, caregivers put forth less effort. Nonetheless, during the projection period, a scarcity of experienced technicians is expected to limit market expansion. However, among other factors, a lack of competent training and adequate understanding required to operate medical lifting slings, as well as challenges in treating obese patients, would hinder market expansion and will have a negative impact on the market's growth in the foreseeable future. Additionally, there is a considerable danger of cross-infection in reusable slings, which has hampered the market's growth throughout the forecast period.
This research report on the Middle East and Africa medical lifting sling market has been segmented and sub-segmented into the following categories:
By Usage Type
Geographically, Middle east and Africa regional market accounted for a moderate share in global market in 2020. Increased government policies encouraging the use of medical lifting slings is a factor influenced the region market growth. Other major aspect is the medical lifting sling market include an increase in the prevalence of lifestyle diseases, an increase in the cost of injury recovery, an increase in the incidences of lifestyle diseases, and an increase in the rapid growth of the ageing population, among others.
Furthermore, during the forecast period, rising technical developments and modernization in healthcare practices, as well as increased research and development efforts in the healthcare sector, would generate new chances for the medical lifting sling market. The medical lifting sling market in Middle east and Africa is growing due to an increase in the prevalence of lifestyle diseases, an increase in the cost of injury rehabilitation, an increase in the occurrences of lifestyle disorders, and an increase in the region's rapidly ageing population.
Due to an increase in the prevalence of lifestyle diseases, an increase in the cost of injury rehabilitation, and an increase in the occurrences of lifestyle diseases in this area, countries such as UAE and Kuwait are likely to grow in the medical lifting sling market.
As a result of the demographic trend toward an ageing population and the increased prevalence of chronic diseases, patients are spending more time in hospitals, which may enhance demand for medical lifting slings over the projection period.
KEY MARKET PLAYERS:
Companies playing a significant role in the MEA medical lifting sling market are Argo Medical, Arjo Huntleigh, Bestcare, Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare, Hill-Rom Holdings, Etac AB, GF Health Products, Guldman, Invacare Corporation, Joerns Healthcare, and Prism Medical.
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