Echovirus Diagnostics Market: Snapshot
An Enteric Cytopathic Human Orphan virus abridged as echovirus is a RNA virus that causes contaminations and ailments of gastrointestinal tract in the human body. Basically, newborn children and youthful youngsters are most vulnerable to echovirus anyway it might likewise taint grown-ups prompting different sicknesses, for example, intense febrile ailment, respiratory maladies, rash, hand foot and mouth illness, myocarditis, encephalitis, neonatal sepsis and aseptic meningitis. There are no particular control measures or medicines for echovirus since its spread is infectious. However it can be averted through executing great cleanliness practices and evasion of shared utensils which may interfere with transmission of the virus. Quick analysis of such virus is profitable as it might stay away from pointless treatment with anti-infection agents, lessens the length of hospitalization, and in the long run decreases human services costs.
Based on application, the global echovirus diagnosis market is fragmented into information technology, diagnostic imaging, gel micro-droplets, flow cytometry, differential light scattering, molecular diagnosis, chromatography, immunoassays, monoclonal antibodies, and many others.
All around, North America rules the echovirus diagnostics market and is trailed by Europe. Developing nations of the Middle East, Asia, and Latin America are relied upon to drive the echovirus diagnostics market quickly because of high rates of diseases. A portion of the main considerations driving the worldwide echovirus diagnostics market incorporate the expansion in predominance of echovirus contaminations in all ages because of its infectious nature, progresses in sub-atomic demonstrative innovations, bioterrorism and accessibility of immunosuppressive medications in a wide range. In addition, extension of administrative wellbeing programs, particularly in creating countries, may advance the fast development of echovirus diagnostics market in these regions.
An Enteric Cytopathic Human Orphan virus abbreviated as echovirus is an RNA virus that causes infections and diseases of gastrointestinal tract in the human body. Primarily, infants and young children are most susceptible to echovirus however it may also infect adults leading to various diseases such as acute febrile illness, respiratory diseases, rash, hand foot and mouth disease, myocarditis, encephalitis, neonatal sepsis and aseptic meningitis. There are no specific control measures or treatments for echovirus since its spread is contagious. Yet it can be prevented through implementing good hygiene practices and avoidance of shared utensils which may interrupt transmission of the virus. Rapid diagnosis of such virus is advantageous as it may avoid unnecessary treatment with antibiotics, reduces the length of hospitalization, and eventually reduces healthcare expenses.
The global echovirus diagnostic market is categorized based on:
- Molecular diagnostics
- Differential light scattering
- Information technology
- Flow cytometry
- Gel micro-droplets
- Diagnostic imaging
- Monoclonal antibodies
End user applications
- Commercial/private laboratories
- Physician offices
- Public health labs
Globally, North America dominates the echovirus diagnostics market and is followed by Europe. Emerging countries of Asia, Middle East and Latin America are expected to drive the echovirus diagnostics market rapidly due to high rates of infections.
Some of the major factors driving the global echovirus diagnostics market include the increase in prevalence of echovirus infections in all ages due to its contagious nature, advances in molecular diagnostic technologies, bioterrorism and availability of immunosuppressive drugs in a wide range. Moreover, expansion of governmental health programs, especially in developing nations, may promote the rapid growth of echovirus diagnostics market in these regions.
Some of the major players contributing to the echovirus diagnostics market include Abbott Laboratories, Inc., Gen-Probe, Inc., Danaher Corporation, Becton Dickinson and Company, Novartis Diagnostics, Qiagen, F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd., Siemens Ltd., Ortho-Clinical Diagnostics, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Inc. and Wallac OY.
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- North America
- Asia Pacific
- Rest of the World
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