Wound Dressing Market to Gain from Newly Developed Advanced Technologies

Published Date : Oct 28, 2016

Growth of new cells require adequate conditions. Recent researches have revealed that traditional wound dressing tools and products were not providing ideal conditions for the quick healing of the wounds. On the other hand, advanced wound dressing technologies aid in treating skin ulcers and tissue necrosis by providing adequate moisture and proper aeration. These new technologies not only help the wounds heal faster, but also decrease the discomfort. As a result, advanced wound dressing is quickly gaining demand across the developed nations, although traditional wound dressing remains dominant in vast populations of emerging economies.

Factors Encouraging Transformation from Traditional to Advanced Wound Dressing

Globally rising population includes numerous diabetic geriatrics who commonly suffer from ulcerative complications. These population are among the primary consumers of wound dressing and a substantial chunk of them choose advanced technologies over the traditional methods, especially in urban community. Moreover, the demand for advanced wound dressing during emergency care is swiftly overshadowing traditional methods due to time constraints. Additionally, growing awareness among the end-users about the availability of advanced wound dressing also augurs well for the manufacturers in the market who offer the new products. Rising prevalence of chronic diseases, increased healthcare expenditure, and rising incidences of wound infections are some of the other factors that are paving way for the transformation from traditional to advanced wound dressing, globally.

North America Most Prominent Market for Advanced Wound Dressing Segment

The U.S. in particular, along with Canada, accounts for the most significant demand for advanced wound dressing in the region of North America. This is because of several reasons such as robust healthcare infrastructure, higher literacy rate, and higher affordability of the end-users. Meanwhile, the market for wound dressing is much wider in Asia Pacific and governments in those countries are aggressively investing on improving their healthcare framework. This factor also ensures increase in demand for advanced wound dressing in the region in the near future, although higher cost may mitigate the growth rate.