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Advanced Wound Care Technologies 2020 - 2030

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Advanced Wound Care Technologies 2020 - 2030
Published: August 15, 2019 Content info: 222 Slides
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Advanced Wound Care Technologies 2020-2030
Opportunities in the diagnosis, treatment, and monitoring of chronic non-healing wounds.

"The market for advanced wound care technologies will exceed $22 billion by 2030."

Though the human body has a tremendous capability to heal itself, wound healing can stall and create chronic non-healing wounds due to a variety of reasons such as ischemia, bacterial contamination and chronic inflammation.

Common chronic wounds include diabetic foot ulcers (DFU), venous leg ulcers (VLU) and pressure ulcers (PU). Advanced wound care is often required in the treatment of these chronic ulcers - less than 25% of DFUs and less than 30% of VLUs are successfully treated by the current standard of care treatments.

Diabetes, patient age, and obesity are critical risk factors to developing the common non-healing wounds of DFUs, VLUs and PUs. Populations with these risk factors will rise drastically in the next 10 years, especially in comparison to the last 10 years. Thus, the incidence of chronic wounds around the world is expected to rise with the increasing elderly population, as well as the increase in obesity and diabetes. Already there are close to 1 billion persons aged 60 and above, over 2 billion adults who are overweight, and over 500 million persons with diabetes worldwide.

In this report, the market for advanced wound care technologies is forecast to exceed $22 billion by the year 2030. The 10-year forecast is also broken down by the wound types of DFU, VLU, PU, burns and other (for example, traumatic injuries and surgical wounds). Key trends in technological development to watch out for in the next 10 years include:

  • Kits and devices to streamline and decrease the difficulty of wound care
  • Diagnostics for early detection of pathological bacterial infection
  • Connected devices and sensors to improve patient monitoring and care effectiveness
  • Connected devices and sensors for the prevention of ulcers
  • Devices to bring improved healing rates into the home

The report includes a breakdown of the wound care market by wound type.

The report covers a broad spectrum of wound care technologies under the following categories:

  • Debridement
  • Dressings for autolytic debridement
  • Pressure management
  • Compression
  • Bacterial burden management
  • Therapeutic devices
  • Negative pressure wound therapy
  • Biological therapies
  • Extracellular matrix substitutes
  • Amniotic therapies
  • Wound monitoring and tracking devices
  • Electronic skin patches

Examples of technologies covered in this report include ultrasonic probes for debridement, smart beds and shoes for ulcer prevention, sensors for compression pressure monitoring, point-of-care imaging devices for bacterial management, bioelectronic devices for improving healing rates, negative pressure wound therapy with instillation and 3D wound imaging cameras. An entire chapter of the report is dedicated to current state of electronic skin patches for the monitoring of wound status.

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Table of Contents

Table of Contents

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • 1.1. Advanced Wounds
  • 1.2. Need for Advanced Wound Care
  • 1.3. Growing Wound Care Market
  • 1.4. Wound Care Market Problem
  • 1.5. Treatment of Advanced Wounds
  • 1.6. Key Trends in Wound Management
  • 1.7. Debridement
  • 1.8. Pressure Management
  • 1.9. Bacterial Burden Management
  • 1.10. Therapeutic Devices
  • 1.11. Biological Therapies
  • 1.12. Wound Monitoring
  • 1.13. Key Companies
  • 1.14. Acquisitions 2018 - 2019
  • 1.15. Advanced Wound Care Market 2020-2030
  • 1.16. Advanced Wound Care Market 2020-2030: By Indication

2. INTRODUCTION

  • 2.1. Report Scope
  • 2.2. Function of Skin
  • 2.3. Wound Care Problem
  • 2.4. Wound Healing Process
  • 2.5. Wound Healing Process: Advanced Wounds
  • 2.6. Common Types of Advanced Wounds
  • 2.7. Diabetic Foot Ulcers
  • 2.8. The Diabetes Epidemic
  • 2.9. Diabetic Amputations are on the Rise Again
  • 2.10. Venous Leg Ulcers
  • 2.11. Pressure Ulcers
  • 2.12. Burns
  • 2.13. Treatment of Advanced Wounds
  • 2.14. Wound Bed Preparation
  • 2.15. Traditional vs Advanced Wound Care Products

3. DEBRIDEMENT

  • 3.1. The Importance of Debridement
  • 3.2. Types of Debridement
  • 3.3. Hydrosurgery
  • 3.4. Enzymatic
  • 3.5. Mechanical
  • 3.6. Ultrasound
  • 3.7. Ultrasound: Products
  • 3.8. Water Jet
  • 3.9. Oxygen Jet
  • 3.10. Monofilament Pad
  • 3.11. Biosurgical
  • 3.12. Autolytic Debridement
  • 3.13. Gelling Fibers
  • 3.14. Hydrocolloids
  • 3.15. Calcium Alginate
  • 3.16. Hydrogel Dressings
  • 3.17. Concentrated Surfactants
  • 3.18. Honey
  • 3.19. Trends in Debridement

4. PRESSURE RELIEF AND OFFLOADING

  • 4.1. Pressure Relief and Offloading
  • 4.2. Pressure Ulcers
  • 4.3. Immersion
  • 4.4. Inflation
  • 4.5. Remote Patient Monitoring
  • 4.6. Remote Patient Monitoring: Sensable Care
  • 4.7. Remote Patient Monitoring: EarlySense
  • 4.8. Remote Patient Monitoring: Sensing Tex
  • 4.9. Remote Patient Monitoring: Leaf Healthcare
  • 4.10. Polyurethane Foam for Pressure Ulcer Prevention
  • 4.11. Total Contact Cast
  • 4.12. Removable Offloading Shoes
  • 4.13. Remote Patient Monitoring: Motus Smart
  • 4.14. Connected Devices for DFU Prevention
  • 4.15. Trends in Pressure Management

5. COMPRESSION

  • 5.1. Compression
  • 5.2. Types of Compression Fabrics
  • 5.3. Multi-Component Compression Kits: Examples
  • 5.4. Adjustable Compression Wraps
  • 5.5. Pneumatic Compression
  • 5.6. Pneumatic Compression: Tactile Medical
  • 5.7. Compression Monitoring
  • 5.8. Textile Sensors
  • 5.9. Trends in Compression

6. BACTERIAL BURDEN MANAGEMENT

  • 6.1. All Wounds Contain Bacteria
  • 6.2. Biofilm
  • 6.3. Silver
  • 6.4. Silver: Microlyte Ag
  • 6.5. Silver: UrgoClean Ag
  • 6.6. Cationic Molecules as Biocides
  • 6.7. PHMB
  • 6.8. PolyDADMAC
  • 6.9. Methylene Blue and Gentian Violet
  • 6.10. Biofilm Degradation
  • 6.11. DACC
  • 6.12. Advanced Microcurrent Technology
  • 6.13. Iodine
  • 6.14. Nitric Oxide
  • 6.15. Bacterial Detection: DNA-Based Tests
  • 6.16. Bacterial Detection: Point-of-Care Visualization
  • 6.17. Bacterial Detection: Rapid Diagnostics
  • 6.18. Biofilm Monitoring: Fluorescence
  • 6.19. Biofilm Monitoring: RFID
  • 6.20. Trends in Antimicrobial Management

7. THERAPEUTIC DEVICES

  • 7.1. Therapeutic Devices
  • 7.2. Compression
  • 7.3. Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation
  • 7.4. Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation: Tennant Biomodulator
  • 7.5. Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation: Grapheal
  • 7.6. Pulsed Electromagnetic Field
  • 7.7. Noncontact Low Frequency Ultrasound
  • 7.8. Acoustic Shockwave Therapy
  • 7.9. Light Therapy: Lumiheal
  • 7.10. Light Therapy: MILTA
  • 7.11. Oxygen Therapy
  • 7.12. Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
  • 7.13. Topical Oxygen
  • 7.14. Portable Topical Oxygen Therapy: Electrolysis
  • 7.15. Portable Topical Oxygen Therapy: H2O2 Decomposition
  • 7.16. Portable Topical Oxygen Therapy: Oxygen Reservoir
  • 7.17. Hemoglobin Spray

8. NEGATIVE PRESSURE WOUND THERAPY

  • 8.1. Negative Pressure Wound Therapy
  • 8.2. Portable NPWT Devices: Examples
  • 8.3. Ultraportable NPWT
  • 8.4. Single-Use Canister-Free NPWT: PICO
  • 8.5. Single-Use Canister-Free NPWT: Avelle
  • 8.6. Single-Use NPWT: Prevena
  • 8.7. Mechanical NPWT
  • 8.8. Mechanical NPWT: SNAP
  • 8.9. Mechanical NPWT: NANOVA
  • 8.10. Mechanical NPWT: SIMO
  • 8.11. NPWT with Instillation
  • 8.12. NPWTi: Cleanse Choice
  • 8.13. Multi-site NPWT
  • 8.14. Trends in Therapeutic Devices

9. BIOLOGICAL THERAPIES

  • 9.1. Biological Therapies
  • 9.2. Bilayered Living Cell Construct
  • 9.3. Cultured Autografts
  • 9.4. 3D Bioprinting In Situ
  • 9.5. Stem Cells
  • 9.6. Stem Cell Paste
  • 9.7. Living Cell Sprays
  • 9.8. Extracellular Matrices
  • 9.9. Human Dermal Allografts
  • 9.10. Xenogeneic Collagen
  • 9.11. Xenografts: Examples of Products
  • 9.12. Xenografts: Recombinant Human Collagen
  • 9.13. Xenografts: Porcine Urinary Bladder Matrix
  • 9.14. Xenografts: Piscine Skin
  • 9.15. Bioengineered Scaffolds: Dermagraft
  • 9.16. Synthetic: Glass Fibers
  • 9.17. Synthetic: Electrospun Mats
  • 9.18. Amniotic Therapies
  • 9.19. Amniotic Sac and Placenta
  • 9.20. Harvesting and Preparation Process
  • 9.21. Amniotic Tissue Preservation
  • 9.22. Lack of Clarity and Differentiation
  • 9.23. Key Products
  • 9.24. Amniotic Mesenchymal Stem Cell Media
  • 9.25. Trends in Biological Therapies

10. WOUND TRACKING AND MONITORING

  • 10.1. Trends in Wound Monitoring
  • 10.2. Hyperspectral Technology: HyperMed
  • 10.3. Near-Infrared: Kent Imaging
  • 10.4. Thermography: WoundVision
  • 10.5. Bioimpedance: Bruin Biometrics
  • 10.6. 3D Imaging: Infrared from Tablets
  • 10.7. 3D Imaging: Imaging in Stereo
  • 10.8. 3D Imaging: Point Tracking
  • 10.9. 3D Imaging: Laser Lines
  • 10.10. Connected Foot Scanner and Scale
  • 10.11. Smartphone Apps
  • 10.12. Smartphone Apps: Swift Medical
  • 10.13. Remote Patient Monitoring
  • 10.14. Trends in Wound Monitoring

11. ELECTRONIC SKIN PATCHES

  • 11.1. Electronic Skin Patches
  • 11.2. Electronic Skin Patches: Examples
  • 11.3. Electronic Skin Patches: History
  • 11.4. Temperature Monitoring
  • 11.5. Heart Rate Monitoring
  • 11.6. Stretchable Chemical Sensors
  • 11.7. Non-Invasive Glucose Monitoring
  • 11.8. Smart Insulin Patch
  • 11.9. Cosmetic Skin Patches
  • 11.10. Wound Monitoring
  • 11.11. Wound Monitoring: KAUST
  • 11.12. Wound Monitoring: Purdue University
  • 11.13. Wound Monitoring: Tufts University
  • 11.14. Wound Monitoring: Tyndall National Institute
  • 11.15. Wound Monitoring: UC Berkeley
  • 11.16. Wound Monitoring: UCSD
  • 11.17. Wound Monitoring: University of Illinois
  • 11.18. Wound Monitoring: University of Nottingham
  • 11.19. Wound Monitoring: VTT
  • 11.20. Wound Treatment

12. MARKETS AND FORECASTS

  • 12.1. Growing Wound Care Market
  • 12.2. Costs of Advanced Wound Care
  • 12.3. Product and Cost Effectiveness
  • 12.4. Cost Effectiveness: Amniotic Tissue
  • 12.5. Prevention and Compliance
  • 12.6. Medical Practice by Geography
  • 12.7. Cost Reduction in the US
  • 12.8. Key Companies
  • 12.9. Acquisitions 2018-2019
  • 12.10. Market Forecast
  • 12.11. Advanced Wound Care Market 2020-2030
  • 12.12. Advanced Wound Care Market 2020-2030: By Indication
  • 12.13. List of Abbreviations
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