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Rising forensic toxicology applications will boost the dried blood spot collection cards market, forecast to touch US$ 325 Mn by 2025 at a CAGR of 3.6%

Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India, February 26 2021 (Wiredrelease) Report Ocean Pvt Ltd –:Global Dried Blood Spot Collection Cards Market is estimated to see healthy growth, pegged at a CAGR of ~3.6% during the forecast period 2020-2025. Dried blood spot (DBS) is a minimally invasive method used to collect small quantities of blood from heel stick or finger with an application that is specific to the filter paper used for testing. Samples of dried blood spots do not require phlebotomy and can be stored and shipped under ambient conditions. Some of dried blood spot’s major clinical applications include newborn screening (NBS), therapeutic drug monitoring, HIV surveillance, and clinical chemistry applications. Other primary research applications for dried blood spots include biomarker validation, biomarker development, drug discovery & development, systems biology, and forensic science, among others.

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Increasing dried blood spot cards use in diagnostic testing and rising forensic toxicology applications. Besides, the increasing use of dried blood spot collection cards in newborn screening for the detection of metabolic disorders in newborn babies is expected to trigger the market’s growth. Several benefits of dried blood spot collection cards, such as ease of use, ease of storage, and early and effective diagnosis compared to conventional alternatives, promote the market’s growth. These dried blood spot cards are used in several more clinical applications such as therapeutic drug monitoring, HIV surveillance, and clinical chemistry applications. According to the Centers for Diseases Control and Prevention, around 37,832 individuals were diagnosed in 2018 with HIV across the US. Therefore, the growing dried blood spot technology usage in autoimmune diseases for testing and diagnosis results will propel the future market.

Dried blood spot collection cards in newborn screening will lead the market growth

The rising use of dried blood spot collection cards in newborn screening is projected to lead the market size during the forecast period compiled with the growing number of newborn babies and parallel growing newborn screening need. According to UNICEF, about 2.5 million babies died in the first month of life in 2018, owing to a lack of proper screening. Moreover, the surge in need for screening and to prevent these deaths in the future are expected to increase the need for appropriate screening. Dried blood spot is widely used for screening in newborn babes, and several benefits associated with them make it highly preferable. Services are short diagnostic period, low cost, easy collection & storage, minimally invasive procedure, high precision, and many more.

Besides, the increasing incidences of HIV are also fueling the market growth. Several players had launched technologically advanced cards for HIV testing and diagnosis. Some of them are Cobas Plasma Separation Cards launched by Roche.

Segmentation Overview of the Global Dried Blood Spot Collection Cards Market

The dried blood spot collection cards market has been segmented into Application and Card Type. These major market segments are further categorized into various sub-segments to study the market in detail.

By Application Outlook (New Born Screening (NBS), Infectious Disease Testing, Therapeutic Drug Monitoring, Forensics, Other) 

By Card Type Outlook (Whatman 903, Ahlstrom 226, FTA, Others)

Key Players Insights

Qiagen, PerkinElmer, Roche, Shimazdu (Novilytic Labs), Ahlstrom-Munksjö, Pall Corporation, Eastern Business Forms, Inc., ARCHIMEDlife, and Centogene AG, among others, are some significant players included in the research study of the global dried blood spot collection cards market.

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Last Updated: 26-Feb-2021