Global Personal Protective Equipment Market Report 2021: Spending on PPE is


DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Personal Protective Equipment Market Report” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

The Personal Protective Equipment Market Report analyzes factors contributing to increased demand for PPE in healthcare, business, government, and personal use during the COVID-19 pandemic, and demonstrates why healthcare providers recognize distributors as trusted partners. This report also highlights a framework proposed by the publisher to create a more robust pandemic response infrastructure across the nation.

  • Spending on PPE is forecast to nearly triple by 2027
  • Distributors delivered 60 billion units of pandemic-related supplies in the first half of 2020 to help healthcare providers, a 15% increase over the same time period in 2019
  • Demand for N95 respirators will continue to grow more than 5% per year through 2024
  • Increased demand and limited manufacturing capacity are combining to create a predicted 37% shortfall in nitrile gloves in 2021
  • Raw material shortage used in making isolation gowns will continue to impact prices

Who Should Buy This Report

  • Healthcare investors
  • Health systems
  • Healthcare distributors
  • Healthcare manufactures
  • Group Purchasing Organizations
  • Government Health Agencies
  • State Health Agencies
  • Healthcare Providers

Key Topics Covered:

  • Distributors Are Trusted Partners With The Infrastructure And The Expertise Stakeholders Count On
  • Executive Summary
  • Key Terms Used In This Report
  • PPE Is Part Of A Global Medical Products Supply Chain
  • The Globalization Of The PPE Supply Chain Has Concentrated PPE Manufacturing In Asia
  • COVID-19 Had An Immediate Impact On Both PPE Supply And Demand In The U.S
  • COVID-19 Related Shutdowns And Restrictions Caused A Significant Disruption In Supply
  • COVID-19 Drove An Unprecedented Increase In PPE Demand
  • As Trusted Partners, Distributors Responded Quickly
  • Distributors And Suppliers Found Innovative Ways To Address Shortages
  • Distributors Flex As Hot Spots Shift
  • Sustained And Increased Demand For PPE Projected Through 2022
  • Global Hospital PPE Expenditures Are Expected To Nearly Triple By 2027
  • COVID-19 Is Projected To Drive Up Global Demand For Masks 23% Per Year For The Next Four Years
  • COVID-19 Demand Created A Significant Shortage Of N95 Respirators
  • U.S. Manufacturers Have Ramped Up Domestic Production Of N95s
  • The Global Surgical Mask Market Is Projected To Grow 8.5% Annually Through 2027
  • Increased Demand, Limited Raw Materials Contributed To Isolation Gown Shortages
  • Providers Used Conservation, Substitutions, And Innovation To Address Shortages
  • Malaysia And China Are The Primary Manufacturers Of Gloves For The World
  • The Increased Glove Demand Is Causing Extended Lead Times On Shipping
  • A Lack Of Manufacturing Capacity Is Causing A Global Glove Shortage
  • The COVID-19 Pandemic Continues To Create Challenges Across PPE Categories
  • Surging Demand Encouraged Opportunistic Brokers To Enter The PPE Market
  • New Stockpiling Initiatives Threaten To Divert PPE Still Needed On The Front Lines To The Back Shelf .
  • 29 States Report Building Their Own PPE Stockpile
  • Hospital Stockpiles Create Serious Financial And Functional Implications For Providers
  • Competitive Purchasing By States Contributed To Increased Prices
  • Increased PPE Production, More Conservation, And Larger Stockpiles Make America Better Prepared
  • There Is More PPE Available Globally And Nationally
  • Conservation Measures And Medical Protocols Are Making COVID-19 Treatment Less PPE Intensive
  • Healthcare Providers And Policymakers Are Creating And Replenishing Stockpiles
  • The Publisher Has Identified Key Elements Of A More Robust Pandemic Response Infrastructure
  • The First Line Of Defense Should Be Forward-Deployed PPE And Critical Product Reserves
  • The U.S. Should Expand And Diversify Its Surge Manufacturing Capacity Of Pandemic Supplies
  • The U.S. Should Maintain Sustainable And Replenished Stockpiles Of PPE And Medical Supplies
  • Stakeholders Should Work To Establish Clear End-User Aligned Supply Chains For Medical Products
  • Congress Should Pass Legislation That Capitalizes On The Existing Supply Chain Distribution Network

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