Blood Fluid Warming System Market 2014-2020 Shares, Trend and Growth Report

Hypothermia is a condition when the body temperature drops due to prolonged exposure to cold temperatures. The average body temperature is about 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit, basically with hypothermia the temperature drops below 95 degrees Fahrenheit. Hypothermia usually occurs due to the steadiness between the body's heat generation and heat loss proceed for heat loss for a prolonged period. To avoid hypothermia warm clothing is used for protection. Also moderate environments can also lead to hypothermia, basically hypothermia depends on a person's age, overall health, body fat, body mass and duration of time exposed to cold temperatures. However there are other medical conditions such as diabetes and thyroid conditions, severe trauma, or using drugs, other medications or alcohol content can increase the risk of hypothermia. Blood warmer is a medical device which is used to warm blood or fluids before transferring to a patient, basically the device works by warming blood to a temperature that is safe for infusion. This device is usually used in emergency settings, intensive care units (ICU) and operating rooms so as to prevent hypothermia condition. The blood warmer consists significant features such as automatic adjustment of temperature to flow rate and easy to hear alarm system.

Blood/Fluid Warming System Market: Drivers and Restraints
The demand for blood/fluid warming system is fueled by increasing incidence of hypothermia cases. According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC) there are approximately 1,301 deaths caused due to hypothermia per year during the past decade. Increasing number of hypothermia cases in the cold countries is expected to boost the demand for blood/fluid warming systems during the forecast period. The probability of hypothermia incidence is high in infants and geriatric population. Globally, it has been observed that the birth rate is increasing adding more infants to the existing population. Likewise, the average life expectancy...