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HPV Decontamination Systems Market Driven by Proactive Initiatives by Hospitals to Prevent Outbreaks of Infections

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Healthcare organizations are continuously faced by the challenge of hospital-acquired infection (HAI) as the environment of a hospital is home to various pathogens. The pathogens left behind by the occupants of a hospital room may remain active for long periods and pose a significant risk of infection to the hospital staff as well as the new occupants of the room. While routine cleaning and disinfecting can reduce the risk of infection, it does not necessarily eliminate the presence of harmful bacteria and pathogens. Even the most stringent cleaning regimens are not impactful against the microorganisms shed by the patients in the hospital environment. It therefore becomes a cause of rising concern among healthcare operators to reduce the infection rates. 

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Hydrogen peroxide vapor (HPV) decontamination systems have been developed for the purpose of decontaminating hospital environments. These systems rely on micro-condensation to bring about the complete elimination of pathogens and are increasingly being used by hospitals.

Top Factors Driving HPV Decontamination Systems Market 

Decontamination of hospital rooms is achieved by depositing a uniform layer of HPV over the surfaces of the room. HPV comprises oxygen and water vapor, which leave no residue behind. Thus, this technology allows clients to leave their computers and any other equipment or devices in the room during the disinfection process. Micro-condensation is essentially a minute film of HPV, which is invisible to the naked eye but provides an optimum environment for biological inactivation. Micro-condensation provides a complete and thorough 3-dimensional kill. For an even spread of HPV, a vapor generator is used, which is equipped with high speed gas distribution nozzles and fans.

According to a report available on Market Research Reports Search Engine (MRRSE), the valuation of the global HPV decontamination systems market is anticipated to rise from US$122.75 mn in 2015 to US$220.05 mn by 2024, at a CAGR of 6.7% from 2016 to 2024. The report has been published by Transparency Market Research.

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The success or failure of the HPV decontamination systems market is governed by a number of factors. Listed below are some of the prominent factors impacting the trajectory of the HPV decontamination systems market:

  • Emphasis on sterility tests by international regulatory bodies is expected to drive the market.
  • HPV decontamination systems are cost effective as compared to other technologies for disinfecting the hospital environment.
  • Various regulatory bodies promote aseptic processing, which is fueling the adoption of HPV decontamination systems for hospitals.
  • The growing prevalence of hospital-acquired infections (HAI) among people is leading to a heightened demand for disinfecting technologies, boosting the HPV decontamination systems market.
  • HPV is proactively being used by hospitals worldwide to prevent infections or to stop the outbreak of a disease, thus driving the global market for HPV decontamination systems.
  • Various studies have proven the efficacy of HPV for bio-decontamination, which will continue to bolster the adoption of HPV decontamination systems across healthcare organizations.
  • The compatibility of HPV with most items, including sensitive equipment and devices will encourage hospitals to adopt the technology for disinfecting rooms, incubators, isolators, cage washers and other facilities, thus boosting the market.
  • Overexposure to HPVs can cause serious health issues. This may hamper the growth of the HPV decontamination systems market.
  • Inefficient decontamination of the open-plan multi-bed units can pose as a challenge for the growth of the market

In the coming years, decontamination activities in spacecraft and in the airlines industry are projected to create major growth opportunities for the HPV decontamination systems market.