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Global Hemostasis Analyzers Market Driven by Increasing Awareness of Blood Disorder Conditions

By LabMedica International staff writers
Posted on 09 Feb 2023
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Image: The global hemostasis analyzers market is expected to reach close to USD 6 billion in 2026 (Photo courtesy of Pexels)
Image: The global hemostasis analyzers market is expected to reach close to USD 6 billion in 2026 (Photo courtesy of Pexels)

Hemostasis analyzers are devices used for measuring clotting mechanisms of hemostasis in order to detect clotting deficiencies. The body’s natural ability to quickly stop bleeding in order to stop serious blood loss is known as hemostasis. Hemostasis analyzers are used to perform tests such as APTT tests, D dimer tests, platelet function tests, fibrinogen tests, prothrombin time tests, and other tests using optical technology, mechanical technology, electrochemical technology, and other technologies. Within hemostasis analyzers, the main products are clinical laboratory analyzers, point-of-care testing analyzers, and consumables. Clinical laboratory analyzers are used to calculate the concentration of certain substances in various samples. The various end users of hemostasis analyzers are hospitals and clinics, diagnostic centers, research and development organizations and ambulatory surgical centers, among others.

The global hemostasis analyzers market is expected to reach USD 5.97 billion in 2026, driven by the increasing awareness of blood disorder conditions such as Hemophilia and Von Willebrand disease (vWD) which are genetic disorders and not well known to people. This results in late diagnosis of blood disorders and affects patient outcomes. The increasing awareness is expected to improve the diagnosis rate of blood disorders, thereby driving the demand for hemostasis analyzers. However, recalls of defective devices could act as a restraint to the growth of the hemostasis analyzers market. These are the latest findings of ReportLinker (Lyon, France), a market research solution provider.

The hemostasis analyzers market consists of sales of complete blood count (CBC), factor v assay, fibrinogen level, prothrombin time (PT or PT-INR), platelet count, and thrombin time. Manufacturers of hemostasis analyzers are developing portable, handheld hemostasis analyzers which are convenient for carrying anywhere and are small enough to fit in a person's palm. These portable hemostasis analyzers offer a quicker and easier testing process, and facilitate independent analysis of results. Geographically, North America dominated the global hemostasis analyzers market in 2022 with the largest share, followed by Western Europe with the second-largest share.

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