Worldwide Wound Care: Total Market Coverage (Vols. I-III: Skin Ulcers, Burns, Surgical and Trauma Wounds), 4th Edition

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Worldwide Wound Care: Total Market Coverage (Vols. I-III: Skin Ulcers, Burns, Surgical and Trauma Wounds), 4th Edition

  1. 1. Get more info on this report!Worldwide Wound Care: Total Market Coverage (Vols. I-III: SkinUlcers, Burns, Surgical and Trauma Wounds), 4th EditionMay 1, 2009Kalorama Informations 300 page Worldwide Wound Care: Total Market Coveragereport represents the full contents of the Kalorama three-volume 2009 wound careseries. The reports are joined in one volume to offer a better value to the customer thatwants total market coverage. Kaloramas approach differs from other published reportsin that we segment the world wound care market by application: skin ulcers, burnsand surgical/trauma wounds. Wound care is a vast market and this approach ensuresthat customers can see revenues, products and market share for the part of the marketmost relevant for their business.This edition represents the fourth time we have published the three volume Wound CareMarket Series This single volume edition contains everything in the three volumes. Forcustomers seeking the latest coverage of wound care, Kaloramas Total Coverage ofWound Care series offers product reviews, company profiles, and forecasts segmentedin three applications of wound care: Revenues for Wound Care Market for Skin Ulcer Applications including: o Revenues for Anti-Infectives, Management (Cleansing, Debridement, Bandages & Dressings) o Revenues for Moist Dressing (Alginates, Hydrocolloids, Hydrogels, Films, Foams) o Revenues for Biological Dressings (Artificial Skins, Collagen, Growth Factors, Others) o Revenues for Negative Pressure Wound Therapy o Revenues for Pressure Relief Devices in Skin Ulcers Revenues for Wound Care Market for Burn Applications including o Revenues for Anti Infectives o Revenues for Burn Management(Cleansing, Debridement, Silver Dressings) o Revenues for Moist Dressings(Alginates, Hydrocolloids, Hydrogels, Films, Foams), Biological Dressings( Artificial Skins, Collagens) o Revenues for Pressure Relief Devices
  2. 2. o Revenues for Miscellaneous Burn TreatmentsRevenues for Wound Care Market for Surgical and Trauma Applicationsincluding:: o Revenues for Anti-Infectives o Revenues for Wound Closure (Sutures; Staplers and Staples; Tissue Adhesives, Sealants, and Glues) o Revenues for Wound Management (Cleansing, Debridement, Tapes, Dry Dressings) o Revenues for Moist Dressings for Surgical and Trauma Wounds (Alginates, Hydrocolloids, Hydrogels, Films, Foams) o Revenues for Biological Dressings (Artificial Skins and Collagen Products) o Revenues for Miscellaneous Surgical and TraumaTotal Wound Care Revenues by Region, 2006 (US, Canada, Japan, EuropeanUnion, Rest of Europe, Rest of World)Profiles of Wound Care Companies, including: o Smith & Nephew, plc o Hill-Rom Company, Inc. o ConvaTec, Ltd. o Derma Sciences o GlaxoSmithKline Plc o 3M Health Care o Advanced BioHealing o Bertek Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (Mylan) o Carrington Laboratories, Inc. o ConvaTec, Ltd o Healthpoint, Ltd o Johnson & Johnson o Kinetic Concepts, Inc o Medline Industries o Molnlycke HealthCare o Pfizer, Inc o Abbott Vascular Devices o Baxter BioScience o Carrington Laboratories, Inc. o Covidien, Ltd. o Ethicon, Inc.Demographic DataReview of Major Products in each Segment
  3. 3. Trends in Wound CareAs with all Kalorama Information reports, this report is the result of primary research,interviews with experts and executives in the industry. Secondary research intogovernment databases, trade literature and company reports were used in theinvestigation as a foundation. Interviews were used to test assumptions and are the keysource for forecast data.TABLE OF CONTENTSPREFACE AND TOTAL MARKET SUMMARYWOUND CARE MARKETS, 4TH. EDITION, VOL. I: SKIN ULCERSCHAPTER ONE: Executive Summary Scope and Methodology Size and Growth of the Market Trends Affecting the Market Competitive OutlookCHAPTER TWO: Introduction and Overview Normal Integument Epidermis Dermis Subcutaneous Tissue Functions of Skin Effects of Aging on the Integumentary System Types of Wound Healing Defense Against Injury Mononuclear Phagocyte System Inflammatory Response Wound Healing Process Primary Intention Secondary Intention Tertiary Intention Dysfunction in Wound Healing Delayed Healing Complications of Wound Healing Hypertrophic Scars and Keloid Formation Contracture Dehiscence Excess Granulation Tissue AdhesionsCHAPTER THREE: Skin Ulcers Pressure or Decubitus Ulcers Diabetic Ulcers or Neuropathic Ulcers
  4. 4. Arterial Ulcers Venous UlcersCHAPTER FOUR: Treatments Overview Anti-Infectives Products Market Segment Conclusion Skin Ulcer Management Products Compression and Composite Dressings Cleansing Debridement Market Segment Conclusion Moist Dressings Products Alginates Hydrocolloids Hydrogels Films Foams Market Segment Conclusion Negative Pressure Wound Therapy Market Segment Conclusion Biological Dressings Products Artificial Skin Collagen Growth Factors Other Market Segment Conclusion Pressure Relief Devices Products Market Segment Conclusion Miscellaneous Skin Ulcer Treatments Products Electrical Stimulation Electromagnetic Therapy Device Ultraviolet Oxygen and Hyperbaric Oxygen Whirlpool Therapy Ultrasound Low Intensity Laser Therapy Market Segment ConclusionCHAPTER FIVE: Market Summary Market Size and Growth
  5. 5. CHAPTER SIX: Competitive Analysis Overview Competitive Market Summary Competitive Market Share by Segment Anti-Infectives Skin Ulcer Management Moist Dressings Negative Pressure Wound Therapy Biological Dressings Pressure Relief DevicesCHAPTER SEVEN: Industry Developments Regulatory Issues Negligence-Based Lawsuits New Products Honey Based Dressings Reimbursement Non-Payment Events Combination Treatments Hormones and Wound Healing Novel Treatments Products/Approaches in Development Pexiganan Thymosin Beta 4 Allox KeraPac LyphoDerm Collagenase Santyl Ointment Other Innovative Products Gene Therapy and Nanotechnology Addressing Unmet Need Amputation Epidemic Wound Care Clinics Silver Toxicity Electronic Medical Records Telemedicine and Wound Care Demographics, Incidence Evidence-Based Wound CareCHAPTER EIGHT: Company Profiles Overview 3M Health Care Advanced BioHealing Carrington Laboratories, Inc. ConvaTec, Ltd. Derma Sciences GlaxoSmithKline Plc
  6. 6. Healthpoint, Ltd. Hill-Rom Company, Inc. Johnson & Johnson Kinetic Concepts, Inc. Medline Industries Molnlycke HealthCare Pfizer, Inc. Smith & Nephew, plcAPPENDIX: Company DirectoryTABLE OF EXHIBITSCHAPTER ONE: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Table 1-1: Skin Ulcers Revenues and Growth Rate by Segment 2003-2013 Figure 1-1: Worldwide Skin Ulcer Product Revenues by Segment 2003-2013CHAPTER THREE: SKIN ULCERS Table 3-1: Common Sites for Pressure Ulcer Development Table 3-2: Stages of Pressure UlcersCHAPTER FOUR: TREATMENTS Table 4-1 : Selected Topical Brand Name Anti-Infectives Currently Available (Product, Active Ingredient, Manufacturer) Table 4-2: Market for Anti-Infectives in the Treatment of Skin Ulcers 2003-2013 Table 4-3: Selected Compression and Composite Dressings and Bandages Table 4-4: Toxicity Index for Selected Wound Cleansers Table 4-5: Selected Cleansing Agents Currently on the Market Table 4-6: Selected Debridement Agents Table 4-7: Skin Ulcer Management Market Segment Summary Revenues by Segment (Cleansing, Debridement, Bandages & Dressings) 2003-2013 Table 4-8: Selected Alginate Products Currently on the Market Table 4-9: Selected Hydrocolloid Products Currently on the Market Table 4-10: Selected Hydrogel Products Currently on the Market Table 4-11: Selected Films and Composites Currently on the Market Table 4-12: Selected Foam and Composite Manufacturers, Products and Cost Table 4-13: Skin Ulcers: Moist Dressing Market Segment Summary Revenues by Segment (Alginates, Hydrocolloids, Hydrogels, Films, Foams) 2003-2013 Table 4-14: Selected Negative Pressure Wound Therapy Products Currently on the Market Table 4-15: Market for Negative Pressure Wound Therapy in Skin Ulcer Treatment 2003-2013 Table 4-16: Selected Artificial Skin Products Currently on the Market Table 4-17: Selected Collagen Products Currently on the Market Table 4-18: Biological Dressings Market Segment Summary Revenues by Segment (Artificial Skins, Collagen, Growth Factors, Others) 2003-2013 Table 4-19: Types of Mattresses - Advantages and Disadvantages
  7. 7. Table 4-20: Selected Pressure Relief Equipment Currently Available Table 4-21: The Market for Pressure Relief Devices in Skin Ulcers 2003-2013 Table 4-22: The Market for Miscellaneous Skin Ulcer Treatment 2003-2013CHAPTER FIVE: MARKET SUMMARY Table 5-1: Skin Ulcers Revenues and Growth Rate by Segment 2003-2013 Figure 5-1: Skin Ulcers Revenues by Segment 2003-2013 Table 5-2: Skin Ulcers Share by Segment 2003-2013 Figure 5-2: Skin Ulcers Market Share by Type 2008 vs 2013CHAPTER SIX: COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS Table 6-1: Major Competitors and Primary Segments of Participation 2008 Table 6-2: Revenues and Share of Total Skin Ulcer Market by Leading Supplier 2008 Figure 6-1: Market Share by Leading Supplier 2008 Table 6-4: Anti-Infectives: Revenues and Market Share by Leading Supplier 2008 Table 6-5: Skin Ulcer Management: Revenues and Market Share by Leading Supplier (E) 2008 Table 6-6: Moist Dressings: Revenues and Market Share by Leading Supplier (E) 2008 Table 6-7: Negative Pressure Wound Therapy: Revenues and Market Share by Leading Supplier (E) 2008 Table 6-8: Biological Dressings: Revenues and Market Share by Leading Supplier (E) 2008 Table 6-9: Pressure Relief Devices: Revenues and Market Share by Leading Supplier (E) 2008CHAPTER SEVEN: INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENTS Table 7-1: Global and U.S. Population by Selected Characteristic, 2003, 2008, and 2013 Figure 7-1: U.S. Population by Selected Age, 2003, 2008, and 2013 Figure 7-2: Global Population by Selected Age, 2003, 2008, and 2013 Table 7-2: Global and U.S. Yearly Incidence of Skin Ulcers by Type Figure 7-3: Global and U.S. Yearly Incidence of Skin Ulcers by TypeWOUND CARE MARKETS, 4TH. EDITION, VOL. II: BURNSCHAPTER ONE: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Scope and Methodology Size and Growth of the Market Trends Affecting the Market Competitive OutlookCHAPTER TWO: INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW Functions of Skin Normal Integument Epidermis Dermis
  8. 8. Subcutaneous Tissue Effects of Aging on the Integumentary System Types of Wound Healing Defense Against Injury Mononuclear Phagocyte System Inflammatory Response Wound Healing Process Primary Intention Secondary Intention Tertiary Intention Delays of Wound Healing Complications of Wound Healing Hypertrophic Scars and Keloid Formation Contracture Dehiscence Excess Granulation Tissue Adhesions Pathophysiology of Burns Local Response Edema Formation Fluid Loss Circulatory Status Burn Wound Incidence and MortalityCHAPTER THREE: TYPES AND CLASSIFICATIONS OF BURNS Thermal Injury Chemical Injury Electrical Injury Depth Classification First-Degree Burns Superficial Partial-Thickness Burns (Second-Degree) Deep Partial Thickness Burns Full-Thickness Burns (Third and Fourth-Degree) Severity and Extent of BurnsCHAPTER FOUR: TREATMENT SEGMENTS Anti-Infectives Overview Market Segment Conclusion Competitive Summary Burn Injury Management Cleansing Debridement Composite Dressings Market Segment Conclusion Competitive Summary
  9. 9. Moist Dressings Alginates Hydrocolloids Hydrogels Films Foams Market Segment Conclusion Competitive Summary Biological Dressings Artificial Skin Collagen Market Segment Conclusion Competitive Summary Pressure Relief Devices Overview Market Segment Conclusion Competitive Summary Miscellaneous Burn Treatments Electrical Stimulation Ultraviolet Oxygen and Hyperbaric Oxygen Mechanically Assisted Devices Whirlpool Therapy Market Segment Conclusion Competitive SummaryCHAPTER FIVE: MARKET SUMMARY AND COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS Competitive Analysis Market AnalysisCHAPTER SIX: INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENTS Growth Factors Regulation of Advanced Medicinal Products New Products Reimbursement Effects of Hormones on Burn Healing Novel Treatments In Development Debrase Thymosin Beta 4 HB107 Peptide HB50 LyphoDerm CGX-513 Others Honey Based Dressings Gene Therapy and Nanotechnology
  10. 10. Burn Centers Telemedicine and Burn treatment Nutrition and Burns Demographics, IncidenceCHAPTER SEVEN: COMPANY PROFILES Overview 3M Health Care Advanced BioHealing Bertek Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (Mylan) Carrington Laboratories, Inc. ConvaTec, Ltd Derma Sciences GlaxoSmithKline Plc Healthpoint, Ltd Hill-Rom Company, Inc. Johnson & Johnson Kinetic Concepts, Inc Medline Industries Molnlycke HealthCare Pfizer, Inc Smith & Nephew, plcAPPENDIX A: SELECTED LIST OF BURN CENTERS IN THE UNITED STATESAPPENDIX B: COMPANY DIRECTORYLIST OF EXHIBITSCHAPTER ONE: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Table 1-1: Burns Revenues by Segment (Anti-infectives, Burn Injury Management, Moist Dressings, Biological Dressings, Pressure Relief Devices, Miscellaneous Burn Treatments) 2003-2013 Figure 1-1: Burns Revenue by Segment (Anti-infectives, Burn Injury Management, Moist Dressings, Biological Dressings, Pressure Relief Devices, Miscellaneous Burn Treatments) Revenues by Segment 2003-2013CHAPTER THREE: TYPES AND CLASSIFICATIONS OF BURNS Table 3-1: Burn Classification and Assessment CriteriaCHAPTER FOUR: TREATMENT SEGMENTS Table 4-1: Selected Brand Name Anti-infectives (Products, Active Ingredient, Manufacturer) Table 4-2: The World Market for Anti-Infectives for Burns 2003-2013 Table 4-3: Anti-Infectives Market Competitor Summary: Revenues and Market Share by Supplier, 2008 Table 4-4: Toxity Index for Wound Cleaners
  11. 11. Table 4-5: Selected Cleansing Agents, Manufacturers, and Cost Table 4-6: Selected Debridement Agents Table 4-7: Selected Composite Burn Dressings and Manufacturers Table 4-8: World Market for Burn Management Products Revenues by Segment (Cleansing, Debridement, Silver Dressings) 2003-2013 Table 4-9: Burn Injury Management Market Competitor Summary Revenues and Market Share by Supplier 2008 Table 4-10: Selected Manufacturers and Alginate Products Table 4-11: Selected Hydrocolloid Products and Manufacturers Table 4-12: Selected Hydrogel Products and Manufacturers Table 4-13: Selected Films and Manufacturers Table 4-14: Selected Foam Manufacturers, Products and Cost Table 4-15: World Market for Moist Dressing for Burns Revenues by Segment (Alginates, Hydrocolloids, Hydrogels, Films, Foams) 2003-2013 Table 4-16: Burns: Moist Dressing Market Competitor Summary Revenues and Market Share by Supplier (Supplier, Market Share, Revenues) 2008 Table 4-17: Selected Artificial Skin Products and Manufacturers Table 4-18: Selected Collagen Products and Manufacturers Table 4-19: World Market for Biological Dressings for Burns Revenues by Segment (Artificial Skins, Collagens) 2003-2013 Table 4-20: Biological Dressing Market Competitor Summary Revenues and Market Share by Supplier 2008 Table 4-21: Various Types of Mattresses—Advantages and Disadvantages Table 4-22: Selected Pressure Relief Equipment Manufacturers and Products Table 4-23: Burn Pressure Relief Market Segment Summary Revenues, 2003- 2013 Table 4-24: Pressure Relief Device Market Competitor Summary Revenues and Market Share by Supplier 2006 Table 4-25: Miscellaneous Burn Treatment Market Segment Summary Revenues 2003-2010 Table 4-26: Miscellaneous Burn Treatment Market Competitor Summary Revenues and Market Share by Supplier 2008CHAPTER FIVE: MARKET SUMMARY AND COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS Table 5-1: Revenues by Segment (Anti-infectives, Burn Injury Management, Moist Dressings, Biological Dressings, Pressure Relief Devices, Miscellaneous Burn Treatments) 2003-2013 Figure 5-1: Burn Revenues by Segment (Anti-infectives, Burn Injury Management, Moist Dressings, Biological Dressings, Pressure Relief Devices, Miscellaneous Burn Treatments) 2003-2013 Table 5-2: Burn Revenues by Segment (Anti-infectives, Burn Injury Management, Moist Dressings, Biological Dressings, Pressure Relief Devices, Miscellaneous Burn Treatments) 2003-2013 Figure 5-2: Burns Market Share by Segment (Anti-infectives, Burn Injury Management, Moist Dressings, Biological Dressings, Pressure Relief Devices, Miscellaneous Burn Treatments) 2008 Figure 5-3: Market Share by Type 2013
  12. 12. Table 5-3: Leading Competitors in Burn Wound Care by Segments of Participation, 2008 Table 5-4: The World Burn Market Revenues and Market Share by Supplier 2008 Figure 5-5: World Burn Market Share by Leading Supplier 2008CHAPTER SIX: INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENTS Table 6-1:Global and U.S. Population by Age and Gender, 2003, 2008, and 2013 Figure 6-1: U.S. Population by Selected Age, 2003, 2008, and 2013 Figure 6-2: Global Population by Selected Age, 2003, 2008, and 2013 Table 6-2: Global and U.S. Yearly Incidence of Burns by TypeWOUND CARE MARKETS, 4TH. EDITION, VOL. III: SURGICAL AND TRAUMAWOUNDSCHAPTER ONE: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Introduction Scope and Methodology Size and Growth of the Market Trends Affecting the Market Competitive OutlookCHAPTER TWO: INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW Surgical Wounds Trauma Wounds Normal Integument Epidermis Dermis Subcutaneous Tissue Functions of Skin Effects of Aging on the Integumentary System Types of Wound Healing Defense Against Injury Mononuclear Phagocyte System Inflammatory Response Wound Healing Process Primary Intention Secondary Intention Tertiary Intention Delays of Wound Healing Complications of Wound Healing Hypertrophic Scars and Keloid Formation Contracture Dehiscence Excess Granulation Tissue AdhesionsCHAPTER THREE: SURGICAL DRESSINGSCHAPTER FOUR: TREATMENTS
  13. 13. OverviewWound ClosureOverview and ProductsSuturesAbsorbableSurgical GutSynthetic Absorbable PolymersNonabsorbableSurgical SilkSurgical CottonLinenSurgical Stainless SteelSynthetic Nonabsorbable PolymersStaplers and StaplesTissue Adhesives, Sealants and GluesFibrin-basedCollagen-basedVascular Closing DevicesPolymeric SealantsSynthetic Adhesives/GluesMarket Segment ConclusionAnti-InfectivesOverview and ProductsMarket Segment ConclusionSurgical and Trauma Wound ManagementOverview and ProductsCleansingDebridementTapesDry DressingsMarket Segment ConclusionMoist DressingsOverview and ProductsAlginatesHydrocolloidsHydrogelsFilmsFoamsMarket Segment ConclusionBiological DressingsOverview and ProductsArtificial SkinCollagenMarket Segment ConclusionMiscellaneous Surgical Wound and Trauma TreatmentsElectrical Stimulation
  14. 14. Ultraviolet Oxygen and Hyperbaric Oxygen Mechanically Assisted Devices Whirlpool Therapy Electromagnetic Therapy Device Ultrasound Low Intensity Laser Therapy Other Therapies Market Segment ConclusionCHAPTER FIVE: MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST SUMMARYCHAPTER SIX: COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS Total Surgical and Trauma Wound Market Competitive Market Share by Segment Wound Closure Anti-Infectives Surgical and Trauma Wound Management Moist Dressings Biological Dressings Miscellaneous TreatmentsCHAPTER SEVEN: INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENTS Product Categorization New Products Reimbursement Growth Factors Regulation of Advanced Medicinal Products Novel Treatments Honey Treatment Traumatic War Wounds Battle-ready Bandage Treatment Products/Approaches in Development Bauer Bandage Thymosin Beta 4 Allox KeraPac LyphoDerm Other Innovative Products Gene Therapy and Nanotechnology Psychosocial Factors in Wound Healing Scar Treatment Keloid Scars Hypertrophic Scars Hormones and Wound Healing Surgical Infection Demographics and Epidemiology
  15. 15. CHAPTER EIGHT: COMPANY PROFILES Abbott Vascular Devices Baxter BioScience Carrington Laboratories, Inc. ConvaTec, Ltd. Covidien, Ltd. Derma Science Ethicon, Inc. GlaxoSmithKline Plc Healthpoint, Ltd. Johnson & Johnson Kinetic Concepts, Inc. Medline Industries Molnlycke HealthCare Pfizer, Inc. Smith & Nephew, plcCHAPTER NINE: COMPANY DIRECTORYLIST OF EXHIBITSCHAPTER ONE: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Figure 1-1: Surgical and Trauma Wound Care Revenues by Segment 2003-2013CHAPTER FOUR: TREATMENTS Table 4-1: Selected Absorbable Sutures by Manufacturers and Products Table 4-2: Selected Nonabsorbable Sutures by Manufacturers and Product Table 4-3: Selected Staplers and Staples Manufacturers and Products Table 4-4: Selected Tissue Adhesives, Sealants, and Glues Manufacturers and Products Table 4-5: World Market for Wound Closure Products by Type (Sutures; Staplers and Staples; Tissue Adhesives, Sealants, and Glues) 2003-2013 Table 4-6: Selected Topical Brand Name Anti-Infectives Selected Topical Brand Name Anti-Infectives Currently Available (Product, Active Ingredient, Manufacturer) Table 4-7: The World Market for Anti-Infectives for Surgical and Trauma Wounds 2003-2013 Table 4-8: Toxicity Index for Selected Wound Cleansers Table 4-9: Selected Cleansing Agents Currently on the Market Table 4-10: Selected Debridement Agents Table 4-11: Selected Adhesive Strips and Tapes Currently on the Market Table 4-12: Selected Dry Dressing (Woven and Nonwoven) Currently on the Market Table 4-13: World Market for Wound Management Products for Surgical and Trauma Wounds Revenues by Segment (Cleansing, Debridement, Tapes, Dry Dressings) 2003-2013 Table 4-14: Selected Manufacturers and Alginate Products
  16. 16. Table 4-15: Selected Hydrocolloid Products and Manufacturers Table 4-16: Selected Hydrogel Products and Manufacturers Table 4-17: Selected Films and Manufacturers Table 4-18: Selected Foam Manufacturers, Products and Cost Table 4-19: Moist Dressings for Surgical and Trauma Wounds, Revenues by Segment (Alginates, Hydrocolloids, Hydrogels, Films, Foams) 2003-2013 Table 4-20: Selected Artificial Skin Products and Manufacturers Table 4-21: Selected Collagen Products and Manufacturers Table 4-22: World Market for Biological Dressings for Surgical and Trauma Wounds, Revenues by Segment (Artificial Skins and Collagen Products) 2003- 2013 Table 4-24: Selected Miscellaneous Surgical Wound and Trauma Treatment Manufacturers and Products Table 4-25: World Market for Miscellaneous Surgical and Trauma Wound Treatments 2003-2013CHAPTER FIVE: MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST SUMMARY Table 5-1: World Surgical and Trauma Wound Product Revenues by Segment 2003-2013 Figure 5-1: Surgical and Trauma Wound Care Revenues by Segment 2003-2013 Table 5-2: Surgical and Trauma Wound Care Share by Segment 2003-2013 Figure 5-2: Surgical and Trauma Wound Care Market Share by Segment 2008 vs 2013CHAPTER SIX: COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS Table 6-1: Surgical and Trauma Wounds Major Competitors and Segments of Participation 2008 Table 6-2: The World Surgical and Trauma Wound Care Market Revenues and Market Share by Leading Supplier 2008 Figure 6-1: Surgical and Trauma Wound Care Market Share by Leading Supplier 2008 Table 6-3: Surgical and Trauma Wound Closure Revenues and Market Share by Leading Supplier 2008 Table 6-4: Anti-Infectives for Surgical and Trauma Wounds Revenues and Market Share by Leading Supplier 2008 Table 6-5: Surgical and Trauma Wound Management Revenues and Market Share by Leading Supplier 2008 Table 6-6: Moist Dressings for Surgical and Trauma Wounds Revenues and Market Share by Leading Supplier 2008 Table 6-7: Biological Dressings for Surgical and Trauma Wounds Revenues and Market Share by Leading Supplier 2008 Table 6-8: Miscellaneous Surgical and Trauma Wound Treatments Revenues and Market Share by Leading Supplier 2008CHAPTER SEVEN: INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENTS Table 7-1: Global and U.S. Population by Selected Characteristic, 2003, 2008, and 2013
  17. 17. Figure 7-1: U.S. Population by Selected Age, 2003, 2008, and 2013 Figure 7-2: Global Population by Selected Age, 2003, 2008, and 2013 Table 7-2: Global and U.S. Yearly Incidence of Surgical and Trauma Wounds by TypeAvailable immediately for Online Download athttp://www.marketresearch.com/product/display.asp?productid=2123150US: 800.298.5699UK +44.207.256.3920Intl: +1.240.747.3093Fax: 240.747.3004

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