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Hospital Beds Market In India Progressing On Growth Trajectory

With a vast population base, India has a large patient pool existing in various urban, sub-urban and rural areas. At present, the country has around 0.7 hospital beds per thousand populations as compared to a much higher global average of around 3, which indicates a huge demand and supply gap in this market. According to a new research report by RNCOS, the hospital beds market in India is expected to grow in near future, though at a slow rate, on back of increasing private and public participation. It is expected that high demand, rising healthcare expenditure and huge growth potential will attract investments in this area, and there will be 937,000 hospital beds in the country by 2015.

The Indian Hospital Services Market Outlook, a comprehensive study that provides extensive information about Indias hospital sector, forecasts that the healthcare spending in the country will be more than double by 2017 due to rising penetration of healthcare insurance and high prevalence of diseases. The Indian hospital services market, which stood at around US$ 31.3 Billion in 2010, is expected to cross the US$ 80 Billion-mark by 2015. The research sees that most of the demand will be in the specialty segment, and changing consumer behavior will lead to the development of high quality healthcare. It was observed that private players hold the majority share in hospital services segment that will rise gradually with each passing year.

The report analyzes various factors driving the industrys growth and the challenges it has been facing. Analysis and statistics regarding market size, growth, share, segmentation, and hospital infrastructure in various metropolitan cities have also been included in the study.

The industry estimates, presented in the report, are based on numerous economic models, correlation and regression analysis and judgmental analysis of the team of industry experts which has carried out the inclusive research. Overall, the research aims at presenting a balanced outlook about the Indian hospital services market to clients.

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Learning Several Types Of Hospital Beds

When you are going to a hospital, you will find that every room is equipped with a hospital bed. However, have you ever noticed that the beds come in different types? Basically, the type of the bed depends on the condition of each patient. So, if you want to know more about several types of hospital beds, you can take a look at the following information.

The first type is called stretchers. Stretchers are commonly used in the emergency room unit in a hospital. Stretchers are specially designed for mobility. Also, this hospital furniture is equipped with folding legs so that patients will be easier to be transferred from the home to the ambulance or from ambulance to the emergency room.

The second type is called low air loss beds. These beds are made with special cushions and are designed with a system to blow the air into sacs within the mattress. These hospital beds are specially made for patients with skin grafts and for burn patients by keeping them dry and cool.

Low beds are the third type of hospital beds that you can find on most of hospitals. These beds are specially designed for patients who are likely to fall off beds and can potentially cause injury. The low beds are commonly set from approximately eight inches to less than two feet from the ground at the highest setting. You will also find that some of these low beds are made with a high or low maneuvering setting.

The last type is called electric bed. This is actually the basic modern bed that is used in hospitals. You will find this hospital furniture in almost all major town hospitals or city hospitals. The electric bed is equipped with the buttons on the side rails that makes it easier to raise and lower the bed.

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