Get more info on this report!World Wound Care Markets 2011June 1, 2011The wound care industry is an highly diverse and com...
Anti Infectives      Cleansing      Debridement      Dry Dressings/Bandages,      Moist Dressings      Biological Dressing...
the wound care industry. Interviews were also used to confirm and/or adjust market sizeand market share estimates, as well...
The worldwide wound care market reached revenues of $14.9 billion in 2010, accordingto Kalorama; this is based on sales at...
Excess Granulation Tissue    AdhesionsCHAPTER THREE: MAIN TYPES OF WOUNDS    Skin Ulcers       o Pressure or Decubitus Ulc...
o    Industry Innovations     Alginates         o Industry Innovations     Hydrocolloids     Hydrogels         o Industry ...
o   Reimbursement Developments       o   United Kingdom       o   Germany       o   Spain       o   Italy       o   France...
CHAPTER THREE: MAIN TYPES OF WOUNDS     Table 3-1: Common Sites for Pressure Ulcer DevelopmentCHAPTER FOUR: PRODUCTS     T...
Dressings, Pressure Relief, Negative Pressure Therapy, Sutures, Staples,      Adhesives/Sealants, Tapes, Misc. Treatments)...
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World Wound Care Markets 2011

  1. 1. Get more info on this report!World Wound Care Markets 2011June 1, 2011The wound care industry is an highly diverse and competitive arena - including standardproducts such as dry bandages bandages to sophisticated hydrogels and alginatedressings, and encompassing artificial skin and anti-infectives used in wound care. Theaging population and more prevalent conditions such as diabetes are driving woundcare, and these trends are all influenced by future demographic trends, economicuncertainty, the impact of health care reform, increasing numbers of uninsured patients,reimbursement pressures from third party payers, continuing shortage of nurses andphysicians and increasing technology and supply costs.Emerging wound care products and technologies are well-positioned to capitalize ongrowth of patients and a demand from healthcare systems to reduce hospital stays. Itsimportant for wound care makers to know the areas where there products will be utilizedmost.The market potential for advanced wound care products are detailed in KaloramaInformations Wound Care 2011, a complete look at the wound care industry. This isone of the few reports on the wound care industry to break out the market by applicationarea - wound care for the treatment of burns, wound care for the treatment of skinulcers, and wound care for surgical concerns. As part of its coverage of the markettoday, this report includes: Description of Wound Care Products and Innovations World Wound Care Products Market Size and Forecast to 2015 Key Industry Developments and Trends Competitor Profiles Types of Wounds and Treatment Current Market Sizes by Application Area (Burns, Skin Ulcers, Surgical and Trauma Wounds), Product Type and Country/Region Regional Breakout of Market (US, Europe, Asia, ROW) Competitive Analysis and Market ShareAs part of its coverage, the report also has current market size numbers for thefollowing wound care product categories:
  2. 2. Anti Infectives Cleansing Debridement Dry Dressings/Bandages, Moist Dressings Biological Dressings Pressure Relief Negative Pressure Therapy Sutures Staples Adhesives/Sealants Tapes Miscellaneous TreatmentsWith each category broken out for its application in: Burns, Skin Ulcers andSurgical/Trauma Wound CareThe report also contains current market size for the total wound care products marketfor the following countries and regions US Europe Germany France UK Italy Canada Japan Asia Pacific Rest of WorldBesides the always-improving synthetic dressing materials, newer technologies inwound treatment include the xenogeneic tissue scaffold, bilayered human dermalsubstitutes, recombinant growth factors, endoscopic subfascial ligation of venousperforators, and endovascular arterial repair techniques. New wound care products anddevices are entering the market with lightening speed, all striving for the best clinicaloutcomes.The worldwide wound care market is based on total manufacturers’ revenues. Theinformation and analysis presented in this report are based on extensive surveys ofsenior management in the wound care market. Background information was obtainedfrom a comprehensive search of published literature and reports obtained from variousgovernment, business, medical trade, and international journals. Key information frompublished literature was used to conduct over 60 interviews with industry executives andproduct managers to validate and obtain expert opinion on current and future trends in
  3. 3. the wound care industry. Interviews were also used to confirm and/or adjust market sizeand market share estimates, as well as in formulating market projections.As part of the coverage in this report, the following companies are profiled: 3M Health Care Advanced BioHealing Baxter BioScience Coloplast A/S ConvaTec, Ltd. Covidien, Ltd. Derma Sciences GlaxoSmithKline Plc Healthpoint Biotherapeutics Hill-Rom Company, Inc. Hollister Wound Care LLC Johnson & Johnson Lohmann and Rauscher GmbH Kinetic Concepts, Inc. Medline Industries MoInlycke HealthCare Pfizer, Inc. Smith & Nephew, plc Systagenix Wound ManagementAll market data pertains to the U.S. market at the manufacturers’ level. Data areexpressed in current U.S. dollars. The base year for data was 2010. Primary andsecondary research records including a review of company and government literature,combined with interviews of industry executives and exports, were used in theconstruction of this report.Additional Information Driven by Innovations, Wound Care Sales Expected to Grow Nearly 7%The world market for products that treat wounds grew 6.2% in 2010 and can expect togrow nearly 7% this year, according to healthcare market research publisher KaloramaInformation. An aging population and an increased diabetes incidence have drivengrowth, but according to the firms new report, World Wound Care Markets 2011, a hostof new approaches and a coming-of-age of recent innovations are the greatest factorsdriving growth. Therapy using vacuums, novel ingredients such as silver and honey,and moist dressings are among the new technologies driving the wound care market.
  4. 4. The worldwide wound care market reached revenues of $14.9 billion in 2010, accordingto Kalorama; this is based on sales at the manufacturers level. The market was variedin terms of both product offerings and product maturity."Conventional, mature products continue to generate the majority of sales; however,their growth rate is slow and limited by the maturity of the product and the competition,"said Mary Ann Crandall, wound care analyst for Kalorama Information. "Advancementsin biotechnology, biomaterials, and tissue engineering are expected to drive growth.Another area driving growth is negative pressure systems."Wounds are known to heal better in a vacuum than in a normal atmosphere, and thusnegative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) devices that can create a vacuum around thewound area continue to see sales growth. Moist dressings using hydrocolloids intendedto stick to wounds but not dry them out, or hydrogels which help sooth nerve endings,are also product categories-to-watch, according to the report. Companies that offermoist dressing products include 3M, ConvaTec, B. Braun and Systagenix. Silver-basedproducts also saw expansion last year. Smith & Nephews Allevyn Ag line, containingantimicrobial silver, saw two recent product extensions including a gentle version.TABLE OF CONTENTSCHAPTER ONE: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Introduction Scope and Methodology Size and Growth of the Marke Trends Affecting the Market Competitive OutlookCHAPTER TWO: INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW Functions of Skin Normal Integument Epidermis Dermis Subcutaneous Tissue Effects of Aging on the Integumentary System Types of Wound Healing Wound Healing Process Delays of Wound Healing Complications of Wound Healing Hypertrophic Scars and Keloid Formation Contracture Dehiscence
  5. 5. Excess Granulation Tissue AdhesionsCHAPTER THREE: MAIN TYPES OF WOUNDS Skin Ulcers o Pressure or Decubitus Ulcers o Diabetic Ulcers or Neuropathic Ulcers o Arterial Ulcers o Venous Ulcers Burns o Thermal Injury o Chemical Injury o Electrical Injur o Depth Classification Surgical Wounds o Trauma WoundsCHATPER FOUR: PRODUCTS Anti-Infectives o Industry Innovations Compression and Composite Dressings o Industry Innovations Sutures o Absorbable o Synthetic Absorbable Polymers o Nonabsorbable o Surgical Silk o Surgical Cotton o Linen o Surgical Stainless Steel o Synthetic Nonabsorbable Polymers Staplers and Staples Tissue Adhesives, Sealants and Glues o Fibrin-based o Collagen-based o Polymeric Sealants o Synthetic Adhesives/Glues Tapes Dry Dressings Industry Innovations Cleansing o Debridement
  6. 6. o Industry Innovations Alginates o Industry Innovations Hydrocolloids Hydrogels o Industry Innovations Films o Industry Innovations Foam Dressings o Industry Innovations Artificial Skin Industry Innovations Collagen o Industry Innovations Growth Factors Negative Pressure Wound Therapy o Industry Innovations Pressure Relief o Industry Innovations Miscellaneous o Electrical Stimulation Ultraviolet Oxygen and Hyperbaric Oxygen Whirlpool Therapy Electromagnetic Therapy Device Ultrasound Low Intensity Laser Therapy Other Therapies Industry InnovationsCHAPTER FIVE: TOTAL MARKET SIZE, FORECAST AND COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS Total Market by Application Segment Wound Care by Product Type Segment Wound Care Revenues By Region/Countr Competitive Market SummaryCHAPTER SIX: INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENTS World Demographics Scars Honey Treatment Healthcare System and Reimbursement by Country o United States
  7. 7. o Reimbursement Developments o United Kingdom o Germany o Spain o Italy o France o Japan Electronic Medical Records Telemedicine and Wound Care Regulatory Issues Non-Payment Events Evidence-Based Wound Care Silver Toxicity Home Care Wound Care Technologies Wound Care ClinicsCHAPTER SEVEN: CONCLUSIONS CHAPTER EIGHT: COMPANY PROFILES Overview 3M Health Care Advanced BioHealing Baxter BioScience Coloplast A/S ConvaTec, Ltd. Covidien, Ltd. Derma Sciences GlaxoSmithKline Plc Healthpoint Biotherapeutics Hill-Rom Company, Inc. Hollister Wound Care LLC Johnson & Johnson Lohmann and Rauscher GmbH Kinetic Concepts, Inc. Medline Industries MoInlycke HealthCare Pfizer, Inc. Smith & Nephew, plc Systagenix Wound ManagementAPPENDIX: COMPANY DIRECTORY LIST OF EXHIBITS CHAPTER ON: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Table 1-1: Total Worldwide Wound Care Market Revenues 2008-2015 Figur 1-1 The Worldwide Wound Care Market Revenues 2008-2015
  8. 8. CHAPTER THREE: MAIN TYPES OF WOUNDS Table 3-1: Common Sites for Pressure Ulcer DevelopmentCHAPTER FOUR: PRODUCTS Table 4-1: Selected Topical Brand Name Anti-Infectives Currently Available (Product, Active Ingredient, Manufacturer) Table 4-2: Selected Compression and Composite Dressings and Bandages Currently on the Market Table 4-3: Selected Absorbable Sutures by Manufacturers and Products Table 4-4: Selected Nonabsorbable Sutures by Manufacturers and Products Table 4-5: Selected Staplers and Staples Manufacturers and Products Table 4-6: Selected Tissue Adhesives, Sealants, and Glues Manufacturers and Products Table 4-7: Selected Adhesive Strips and Tapes Currently on the Market Table 4-8: Selected Dry Dressing (Woven and Nonwoven) Currently on the Market Table 4-9: Toxicity Index for Selected Wound Cleansers Table 4-10: Selected Cleansing Agents Currently on the Market Table 4-11: Selected Debridement Agents Table 4-12: Selected Alginate Products Currently on the Market Table 4-13: Selected Hydrocolloid Products Currently on the Market Table 4-14: Selected Hydrogel Products Currently on the Market Table 4-15: Selected Films and Composites Currently on the Market Table 4-16: Selected Foam Manufacturers and Products Table 4-17: Selected Artificial Skin Products Currently on the Market Table 4-18: Selected Collagen Products Currently on the Market Table 4-19: Selected Negative Pressure Wound Therapy Products Currently on the Market Table 4-20: Selected Pressure Relief Equipment Currently Available Selected Pressure Relief Equipment Currently Available Table 4-21: Selected Miscellaneous Wound Treatment Manufacturers and ProductsCHAPTER FIVE: TOTAL MARKET SIZE, FORECAST AND COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS Table 5-1: Total Worldwide Wound Care Market Revenues 2008-2015 Figure 5-1: The Worldwide Wound Care Market Revenues 2008-2015 Table 5-2: Worldwide Wound Care Revenues by Application Segment (Surgical and Trauma, Skin Ulcers, Burns) 2010 Figure 5-2: Worldwide Wound Care by Segment (Surgical and Trauma, Skin Ulcers, Burns) Table 5-3: Wound Care Revenues by Product Type Segment (Anti Infectives, Cleansing, Debridement, Dry Dressings/Bandages, Moist Dressings, Biological
  9. 9. Dressings, Pressure Relief, Negative Pressure Therapy, Sutures, Staples, Adhesives/Sealants, Tapes, Misc. Treatments) Table 5-4: Total Worldwide Wound Care Market by Region and Country Breakdown 201 Figure 5-3: Wound Care Market by Region and Country Breakdown 2010 (US, Europe, Rest of World, Germany, France, Italy, UK, Canada, Japan, Asia/Pacific)99 Figure 5-4: Worldwide Wound Care Revenues by Region, 201 Table 5-5: Revenues and Share of Total Worldwide Wound Care Market by Leading Supplier 2010 Figure 5-5: Market Share by Leading Supplier, 2010CHAPTER SIX: INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENTS Table 6-1: World Population by Selected Geographical Region, 2010 - 2050 Figure 6-1: World Population by Selected Geographical Region, 2010-2050 Table 6-2: Estimated World Population by Age and Geographical Region, 2010 Figure 6-2: Estimated World Population by Age and Geographical Region, 2010 Table 6-3: Global Prevalence of Wounds by TypeAvailable immediately for Online Download athttp://www.marketresearch.com/product/display.asp?productid=6422062US: 800.298.5699UK +44.207.256.3920Intl: +1.240.747.3093Fax: 240.747.3004

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