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What’s driving the Negative Pressure Wound Therapy Devices Market? Prominent Players: Cardinal Health, Smith and Nephew, Paul Hartmann AG, ConvaTec Group PLC, Medela AG, Lohmann & Rauscher GmbH & Co, KCI Licensing

Key companies Covered in the research report are Cardinal Health, Smith and Nephew, Paul Hartmann AG, ConvaTec Group PLC, Medela AG, Lohmann & Rauscher GmbH & Co, KCI Licensing

The global negative pressure wound therapy devices market is poised for an impressive growth trajectory owing to the rising prevalence of chronic wounds. Chronic wounds are wounds that the body has been unable to repair or heal through its normal anatomical functions. Typically, any would that lasts more than 3 months is termed as chronic. Since these wounds mainly affect old people, a rising geriatric population will aid the global negative pressure wound therapy market growth during the forecast period. According to the Wound Healing Society, the US government estimates that the number of aged people in the US will reach 55 million by 2020. This will push up the demand for wound therapy devices and fuel the global negative pressure wound therapy devices market revenue till 2026.

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Key companies Covered in the Negative Pressure Wound Therapy Devices Market research report are:

  • Cardinal Health
  • Smith and Nephew
  • Paul Hartmann AG
  • ConvaTec Group PLC
  • Medela AG
  • Lohmann & Rauscher GmbH & Co.
  • KCI Licensing

Fortune Business Insights has published a report, titled “Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) Devices Market Size, Share and Global Trend By Type (Conventional NPWT devices, Single-use NPWT devices), By Application (Chronic Wounds, Acute Wounds), By End Users (Hospitals, Clinics, Home Care Settings, Others), and Geography Forecast till 2026”, which contains meaningful insights regarding the factors, trends, competitors, opportunities, and regions that will stoke the dynamics of the market for negative pressure wound therapy.

Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) refer to powered or non-powered devices that employ the use of suction or negative pressure to promote wound healing. Therefore, NPWT systems are also referred to as Vacuum-assisted Wound Closure (VAC). The suction method helps in removing excess material such as bodily fluids, wound exudate, infectious stuff, and irrigation fluids. Mechanical NPWT (non-powered variety) devices are primarily used to treat traumatic, chronic, acute and dehisced wounds, pressure ulcers, grafts, diabetic ulcers, and skin flaps. Powered NPWT devices are used in case of larger wounds and wounds which require larger amount of drainage.

Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) Devices Market Segmentation

  • By Type
  • By Application
  • By End User
  • By Region

Rise in Incidence of Diabetes-Linked Chronic Wounds to Boost the Market

The International Diabetes Federation estimates that currently 8.8% of the world’s population, around 424 million people, are suffering from diabetes. By 2045, this number is expected to reach 628 million, that is, about 9.9% of the population. In the US alone close to 100 million people are either diabetic or are in the prediabetes phase in 2018, as per the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention statistics. Chronic wounds such as foot ulcers are commonplace among diabetics and as the number of diabetics in the world increases, the demand for NPWT devices will shoot up correspondingly. This will accelerate the expansion of the global negative pressure wound therapy devices market size during the forecast period.   

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Adoption of New Medical Technologies to Spur the Market in North America

Regionally, North America and Europe are projected to hold the largest chunk in the global negative pressure wound therapy market share in the coming decade. The main reason cited for this is the ready adoption of new therapeutic technologies and sturdy healthcare infrastructure in the continents. A rapidly evolving healthcare sector and rising prevalence of chronic diseases are factors that enable Asia-Pacific to register a relatively high CAGR during the forecast period in the global negative pressure wound therapy devices market.

ConvaTec’s AVELLE NPWT System Gets FDA-Approved, Builds Confidence in the Market

AVELLE negative pressure wound therapy device, developed by ConvaTec, is the first NPWT system to be embedded with HydroFibre technology and it got the green light from the US FDA in October 2018. Such regulatory clearances to novel products are expected to instil confidence among the participants in the global negative pressure wound therapy devices market. For example, Medela AG launched its NPWT dressing system, Invia FitPad, which comprises a portfolio of dressings and devices, aimed at aiding healthcare professionals to manage and deliver NPWT more efficiently.

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Dale Martinez

Dale possesses an engineering degree in Electronics from the Georgia Institute of Technology. She is the sole contributor at the Healthcare IT column. Before opting to write, Dale worked at major firms such as Microsoft, Amazon, GE, Raytheon, and so on. She possesses vast knowledge about a variety of fields like IT, IoT, Telecommunications, Health Dialysis, photovoltaic, and many others. Dale is also a ballet dancer.

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