EbolaThreat, Challenge, and Response: A PPE Perspective

Ebola Containment and Preparedness has Spurred a Small Boost to the PPE Market


This research service discusses the impact of the current West African Ebola outbreak on the global personal protective equipment (PPE) market. An outline of hazards in Ebola care and the PPE requirements are discussed. The challenges to the PPE industry posed by the outbreak are presented, and the response from the industry’s product offerings and the competitive landscape are outlined. Additionally, this service analyzes the PPE demand generated by containment of the disease in West Africa and by the preparedness efforts in Rest of World, including the United States, the United Kingdom, and Spain.
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Table of Contents

Ebola—Threat, Challenge, and Response: A PPE PerspectiveExecutive SummaryKey FindingsEbola Virus Disease—Fast FactsEbola Virus Disease—Fast FactsEbola Cases and Fatalities—AfricaEbola Cases and Fatalities—ROWRole of Personal Protective Equipment in Combating the Ebola Virus DiseaseRole of PPE in Combating EVDActivities and Hazards in Ebola CareTypes of PPE Used for Ebola ProtectionWho Needs Precaution and Protection?Who Needs Precaution and Protection? (continued)Challenges Presented by the Ebola Virus Disease to the Personal Protective Equipment MarketChallenges Presented by EVD to the PPE MarketChallenge—Confusion Pertaining to PPE Specifications by Different AgenciesPPE Specifications by the CDC for Protection against Ebola—No Specifications for PPE StandardsPPE Specifications by WHO for Protection against Ebola—Recommendations and Not RequirementsChallenge—Training Healthcare Professionals in Appropriate PPE UseChallenge—Scaling Up PPE Production to Meet DemandChallenge—PPE Manufacturers’ Difficulty in Ensuring the Performance of ProductsChallenge—Lack of Ergonomic and Comfortable PPEImpact of Ebola Virus Disease on the Personal Protective Equipment MarketPPE Demand Boosted by the Ebola OutbreakInitial Response—Some Donations from the PPE IndustryInitial Response—Some Donations from the PPE Industry (continued)Evolution of EVD in Intense-transmission Countries—Requiring Ebola Containment Evolution of EVD in ROW—Necessitating Ebola PreparednessAssessing PPE Demand for Ebola ContainmentEbola Preparedness as a PPE Demand DriverEbola Preparedness—United StatesAssessing the PPE Demand for Ebola Preparedness— United StatesEbola Preparedness—EuropeEbola Personal Protective Equipment—Product Offerings and Competitive LandscapePPE Offerings for Ebola ProtectionCompetitive Landscape—Main Stakeholders in Ebola PPECompetitive Landscape—Main Stakeholders in Ebola PPE (continued)PPE Manufacturers in the Ebola Crisis—Key Success FactorsSpecialized Personal Protective Equipment Products for Ebola Control—Feasibility for Product InnovationSpecialized PPE Products for Ebola Control—What are the Needs? Specialized Ebola Control PPE Products—What are the Challenges? Specialized Ebola Control PPE Products—What are the Challenges? (continued)Market Developments for Specialized Ebola Control PPE ProductsConclusionEbola PPE Demand—Containment versus PreparednessImpact of Ebola Outbreak on the PPE Market by Region and PPE TypeEbola Outbreak—An Unsustainable Boost for the PPE MarketLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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