Disposable medical gloves are hand garments used to wear during examinations, surgeries, chemotherapy, etc. to help prevent from cross-contamination between care-givers and patients. Disposable medical gloves are made from different materials such as Latex, Nitrile Rubber, Vinyl Rubber, and Polyisoprene. They can be non-powdered or powdered with cornstarch, Lycopodium powder or talc to make them easier to wear on hands. Disposable medical gloves are of higher standards compared with more precise sizing, better precision and sensitivity, sterility, etc.
Key factors driving growth of the global disposable medical gloves market include increasing awareness of hygiene and safety from hospital acquired infections, mounting regulatory pressure to increase healthcare standards, and technological advancements. In addition, to reduce healthcare cost by emphasizing on fast recovery, focus on safety of diabetic patients and post-surgery care, and stringent implementation of infection-control programs to prevent risk of disease transmission in hospitals are also fueling growth of the global medical disposable gloves market. However, high-cost involved for raw material and production of gloves, stringent manufacturing regulations, concerns related to allergies, discomfort, and inferior barrier protection are factors restraining growth of the market. Moreover, barriers for new entrants due to strong foot-hold of major market players has reduced scope of this market.
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North America market is estimated to account for major share in terms of revenue in the global disposable medical gloves market owing to well established healthcare infrastructure, standards, and regulations, presence of large number of hospitals, clinics and medical institutes requiring disposable medical gloves. Asia Pacific market is expected to witness fastest growth throughout the forecast period owing to rise in volume of surgical procedures, increasing incidence of chronic diseases, and medical tourism demanding high healthcare standards.
Key players include Ansell Healthcare, LLC, B. Braun Melsungen AG, Cardinal Health Inc., Cypress Medical Products, Hartalega Holdings Bhd, Halyard Health Inc., Kossan Rubber Industries BHD, Medline Industries Inc., Molnlycke Health Care AB, and Paul Hartmann AG.