Europe Markets for Wound and Tissue Management 2015 – 15 Countries (Forecasted to 2021) – MedSuite
The European wound and tissue management market includes moist, antimicrobial and interactive wound
dressings, negative pressure wound therapy, bandages, wound closure devices, hemostats, tissue sealants
and anti-adhesion products. These products treat a variety of wounds including surgical incisions, burns
and ulcers. Countries discussed include Germany, France, U.K., Italy, Spain, Benelux, Scandinavia,
Austria, Switzerland and Portugal.
- Year: 2015
- Scope: 2011-2021
- Region: Europe
- Published Date: 07/01/2015
- Pages: 538
- Type: MedSuite
The European market for wound and tissue management includes any device that treats wounds to the
skin, dermal layers and adjacent subcutaneous tissues in addition to devices that manage trauma to tissue
and blood vessels during surgery. Wound management devices treat external wounds, while dressings,
compression and negative pressure wound therapy aid the bodys innate ability to heal skin, surgical and
chronic wounds. Devices used for tissue management help stop bleeding, close surgical incisions and
prevent the scarring of internal tissue. Wound closure devices hold together tissue long enough for the
body to develop scar tissue. Wound and tissue management devices are essential to individuals who lack a properly functioning circulatory system and who have a decreased ability to induce blood coagulation or
the inflammatory response.
Rise in aging population, growing rates of chronic diseases, enhanced focus on hospital acquired
infections, increasing awareness about different wound care products and technological advancements are
some of the key factors driving the European wound and tissue management market.
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