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In 2015, medical beds product segment accounted for a lion's share in the global patient handling equipment market. The hospital end user segment accounted for the largest market share compared to other end user segments in 2015. This end user segment is expected to maintain its dominance in the market; however, other end users such as rehabilitation centers, trauma centers are expected to witness the highest growth during the forecast period from 2016 to 2024. The global patient handling equipment market was analyzed across four geographies: North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Rest of the World. For more information on this report, fill the form @ http://www.transparencymarketresearch.com/sample/sample.php?flag=S&rep_id=6577 The key market players in this market lifting equipment hire have launched new products with technologically advanced and ergonomical design features in this market. In May 2015, Getinge Group introduced new Citadel Patient Care System, which is a medical bed with therapeutic mattresses for provision of improved care and support while handling high dependency patients. Technological advancements such as introduction of automated patient lifting and transfer techniques also act as a potential driver of the patient handling equipment market. These innovative products would sharply reduce the average time and number of caregivers that are deployed per patient in a health care setting. Therefore, advancements in assistive technology and improved product design coupled with government subventions are expected to contribute to market growth in the near future.

Blood on the ice: hunters in Canada drag dead seals back to their ship. And they can be bad accidents. You have to be careful. There are other astonishing scenes. A polar bear crosses the ice, jumping up and down on the seals and throwing them around. The hunters follow, killing the maimed seals, then skinning them. When at last the ship returns to the Norwegian coast, it travels from port to port selling the meat to locals, often elderly people, who emerge from their houses looking circumspect and quietly filling buckets with the dark meat. By the closing credits, it feels like a hell of an effort to get some dinner, omega-3 oil and a new pair of shoes. The death of the Norwegian sealing industry has been a great victory for groups such as the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW), which was founded in 1969 to stop the hunt in Canada. Its campaign has scored victory after victory, stopping the killing of pups less than two weeks old the astonishingly cute white and fluffy babies then getting seal products banned in the US, the EU and even Russia. As the markets dried up, it was only government subsidies that remained and so, in 2014, victory was declared in Norway, and the focus turned to Canada and Namibia, where hunts are still supported. Politicians capitalise on the seal hunt to make it look like they are doing something for the coastal communities, says Sheryl Fink , IFAWs director of wildlife campaigns in Canada. But the subsidies could be much better used to look after those communities. Pinterest Blood on the ice: hunters in Canada drag dead seals back to their ship.

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