US disposables market will reach $48 billion in 2002
This article was originally published in Clinica
The market for disposable medical supplies in the US is growing at 6.2% a year and will reach $48 billion in four years time - up from last year's $36 billion. This is the view of a Cleveland, Ohio-based market research company, Freedonia, in its report on US disposable medical supplies.
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