Global Medical Equipment Maintenance Market (2020 to 2024) – Trends, Forecast, and Competitive Analysis

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Jan 29, 2021–

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The future of the medical equipment maintenance market looks promising with opportunities in the public-sector organizations and private-sector organizations industries. The global medical equipment maintenance market is expected to grow with a CAGR of 10% from 2019 to 2024. The major growth drivers for this market are growth in associated equipment markets, rising focus on preventive medical equipment maintenance, adoption of innovative funding mechanisms, and the growing purchase of refurbished medical systems.

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German military to send medical staff and equipment to Portugal

FILE PHOTO: Medical personnel in ambulances with COVID-19 patients wait in the queue at Santa Maria hospital, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in Lisbon, Portugal January 27, 2021. REUTERS/Pedro Nunes

BERLIN (Reuters) – Germany’s military will send medical staff and equipment to Portugal, where space in hospital intensive care units is running out after a surge in coronavirus infections, the defence ministry in Berlin said on Sunday.

Portugal, which said on Saturday that only seven of 850 ICU beds set up for COVID-19 cases on its mainland were vacant, had asked the German government for help.

“We will support Portugal with medical staff and equipment,” a defence ministry spokesman told Reuters, adding that details were expected to be announced early this week.

Portugal, which has reported 12,179 COVID-19 deaths and 711,018 cases, has the world’s highest seven-day rolling average of cases and deaths per capita, according to data tracker

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