Sepsis Diagnostics Market to move forward at a double-digit CAGR by 2030

According to the Market Statsville Group (MSG), the global sepsis diagnostics market size is expected to grow from USD 570 million in 2021 to USD 1,111.26 million by 2030, at a CAGR of 7.7% from 2022 to 2030. Demand for sepsis diagnostic equipment is projected to increase as a result of growing public-private funding for sepsis diagnostic research activities, rising infectious illness prevalence, an increase in sepsis incidences, and growing government initiatives to increase sepsis awareness.

Global Sepsis Diagnostics Market Definition
Sepsis is a life-threatening disease that occurs when the body’s immune system reacts to an infection by attacking its tissues. When the body’s infection-fighting mechanisms kick in, organs perform badly and improperly. Sepsis can lead to septic shock. This abrupt drop in blood pressure can harm organs and even cause death. Antibiotics and intravenous fluids should be administered as soon as possible to increase the chances of survival.

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Scope of the Global Sepsis Diagnostics Market
The study categorizes the sepsis diagnostics market based on method, product, technology, usability, pathogen, and end-user at the regional and global levels.

By Method (Sales, USD Million, 2017–2030)
Conventional Diagnostics
Automated Diagnostics
By Product (Sales, USD Million, 2017–2030)
Blood Culture Media
Instruments
Assay kits & Reagents
Software
By Technology (Sales, USD Million, 2017–2030)
Microbiology
Molecular Diagnostics
PCR
Peptide Nucleic Acid-Fluorescent In Situ Hybridization
Microarrays
DNA sequencing
Syndromic Panel-Based Testing
Immunoassays
Flow Cytometry
Microfluidics
Flow Cytometry
By Usability (Sales, USD Million, 2017–2030)
Laboratory Testing
Point-of-care Testing
By Pathogen (Sales, USD Million, 2017–2030)
Bacterial Sepsis
Gram-Negative Bacterial Sepsis
Gram-Positive Bacterial Sepsis
Fungal Sepsis
Viral Sepsis
Others
By En