Global Enzymatic Wound Debridement Market: High Prevalence of Diabetes Creating Avenues for the Growth of the Market

 Enzymatic Wound Debridement Market

Enzymatic wound debridement is the specialized process of wound debridement carried out with the help of naturally present enzymes developed by different healthcare manufacturers which remove or eliminates the presence of unwanted tissue. One of the most common usage of enzymatic wound agents is in the removal of necrotic tissue by breaking them down through various biochemical processes. One of the most significant benefits through this process is the removal of only the unwanted tissue and leaving aside the healthy tissue present in the wound.

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Enzymatic wound debridement market is growing due to increasing chronic disease worldwide, rising number of accidents related to burn injuries; the effects of these factors are mentioned below:

  • Increasing chronic disease worldwide: Due to the increasing prevalence of various chronic diseases there has been an increased volume of patients suffering from a wide variety of wounds such as diabetic ulcers, bed sores and various other infections. This prevalence of chronic diseases results in the growing incidences of patients attaining different chronic wounds. These wounds subsequently require better management and treatment processes which is expected to improve the growth for enzymatic wound debridement market
  • Rising number of accidents related to burn injuries: Another factor that is improving the levels of growth associated with enzymatic wound debridement is the high volume of accidents occurring causing patients to suffer from various burn injuries. These injuries cause the presence of different wounds to appear on the skin of patients which require extreme care and quick responses in terms of treatment to reduce the infection from spreading across the body

Strategic research agreements along with company acquisitions in Global Enzymatic Wound Debridement Market:

  • In July 2018, Mölnlycke Health Care AB announced that they had acquired SastoMed GmbH enhancing the existing capabilities and offerings of Mölnlycke in terms of treatment and management of chronic wounds. The acquisition includes the products under the wound care product range which will be included to Mölnlycke’s product portfolio which will help the company in offering better quality of solutions to their customers
  • In July 2017, Smith & Nephew announced that they had entered into a collaboration agreement with University of Hull for developing and attaining expertise for wound care solutions. This agreement will result in the establishment of “Wound Care Research Clusters” helping develop innovative treatments and insights regarding the working and understanding of advanced wound care solutions with an investment amounting up to 3 million sterling pound

The market is segmented on the basis of type as chronic wound, acute wound; product as collagenase product, papain product, others; end-user as hospitals, homecare, others.

“According to Data Bridge Market Research, global enzymatic wound debridement market is expected to be growing with a substantial CAGR of 5.95% during the forecast period of 2019 to 2026”

Some of the major players operating in market are Smith & Nephew, ConvaTec Group PLC, PAUL HARTMANN Limited, Coloplast, Integra LifeSciences Corporation, Medline Industries, Inc, B. Braun Melsungen AG, RLS Global., Phoenix Eagle, Solsys Medical, Mölnlycke Health Care AB, DeRoyal Industries, Inc. and others.

Due to the rising volume of population suffering from different chronic diseases worldwide, such as obesity, diabetes, among various others there has been a renewed demand for adopting the advanced wound care solutions in order to treat the prevalence of wounds that subsequently follow these chronic disorders. These diseases will subsequently enhance the levels of adoption for enzymatic wound debridement products, solutions and market as a whole due to its effectiveness in treatment of wounds enhancing the quality of advanced wound care being provided to patients.

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