Wound Care Market Research Reports & Industry Analysis

Discover new products and technologies in wound care and wound management. Our collection of market research and company reports provides insights into product and market trends, analyses, opportunities, projections, sales, and marketing strategies. Specifics on market share, segmentation, size, and growth in the US and global markets are also featured.
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Wound Care Industry Research & Market Reports

  • Wound Care Devices Global Market Briefing 2020: Covid 19 Impact and Recovery

    ... 1.7%, despite the disruption in supply chains as a result of trade restrictions and lockdowns imposed across countries owing to the COVID-19 outbreak. The market is then expected to recover and grow at a CAGR ... Read More

  • Wound Care in Argentina

    ... with wound care products by most consumers. In sticking plasters/adhesive bandages the company plays an even greater role, accounting for nearly two thirds of retail value sales. Euromonitor International's Wound Care in Argentina report offers ... Read More

  • Wound Care in Vietnam

    ... half of the year the government implemented social isolation guidelines to limit its spread, closing retail outlets, gyms and schools, for instance, and encouraging people to remain at home as much as possible. Less time ... Read More

  • Wound Care in Uruguay

    ... most of review period, with COVID-19 expected to marginally intensify the downward volume trend in 2020. Over the review period, the decline was largely driven by an unstable economy, which led consumers to reduce their ... Read More

  • Wound Care in Israel

    ... and consumers participating in fewer physical outdoor activities, which leads to fewer injuries and less need for replacement purchases. As restrictions ease, more injuries are expected to occur once again. However, as all of the ... Read More

  • Wound Care in Malaysia

    ... in case they were needed for first aid purposes. The Movement Control Order (MCO) started on 18 March and lasted until 4 May, and was implemented as a preventive strategy by the Malaysian Government in ... Read More

  • Wound Care in Nigeria

    ... in 2020 than in 2019, with only single-digit value growth, despite inflationary price rises. With people’s movements restricted due to COVID-19, which meant gyms were closed and children were playing outside less, there is expected ... Read More

  • Wound Care in Pakistan

    ... demand during panic-buying as a result of COVID-19 in the first quarter of the year. During quarantine, both adults and children had limited opportunities to engage in physical activities outdoors, leading to fewer injuries and ... Read More

  • Wound Care in Morocco

    ... of the virus, consumers were put into lockdown, limiting their opportunity to spend time outside or to injure themselves. As such, growth is expected to be slower in 2020 than at the end of the ... Read More

  • Wound Care in Peru

    ... fewer injuries and less need for replacement purchases. With children off school and spending more time indoors, there is likely to be less need for wound care products. However, retail value sales are still expected ... Read More

  • Wound Care in Kenya

    ... most part, reflects the growth rates already recorded during the review period. Kenyans tend to be active and many spend much time participating in activities that might lead to accidental wounds and related injuries; thus, ... Read More

  • Wound Care in Latvia

    ... stringent measures taken, Latvians continued to be permitted to walk around the streets, use public transport, go shopping or travel to other cities, as long as social distancing requirements were observed. Outdoor exercise was never ... Read More

  • Wound Care in Tunisia

    ... of such products and their wide availability means that many consumers purchase their own wound care products as opposed to attending hospitals to have their wounds treated. This is particularly so in the time of ... Read More

  • Wound Care in Egypt

    ... to register double-digit value growth, though some of this growth is driven by inflationary pressures. With schools and gyms closed for much of 2020, there is expected to be less injuries and therefore less demand ... Read More

  • Wound Care in Estonia

    ... people are tending to switch to better-quality products. This provides potential for the performance of value-added products, such as those with extracts or silver, products aimed at sensitive skin as well as extra-breathable or water-resistant ... Read More

  • Wound Care in Costa Rica

    ... home seclusion and lowered participation in physical outdoor activities leads to fewer injuries and diminishes the need for replacement purchases. This is particularly the case for sticking plasters/adhesive bandages, as school closures have significantly lowered ... Read More

  • Wound Care in Hungary

    ... lockdown, demand for sticking plasters/adhesive bandages is expected to decrease as products in this category are most commonly used during sporting activities, when children who play outside, or during activities that take place in the ... Read More

  • Wound Care in Ukraine

    ... potential for injuries requiring wound care products. Planned operations in hospitals were also cancelled during the lockdown period, so post-operation care using wound care products were no longer needed. Euromonitor International's Wound Care in Ukraine ... Read More

  • Wound Care in Turkey

    ... shut during the lockdown, meaning recreation and sports activity has been much less, in turn limiting demand for wound care. This has stalled the category’s strong review period performance. Indeed, lifestyle trends had been supporting ... Read More

  • Wound Care in Lithuania

    ... people are spending less time on the move and out of doors due to restrictions introduced to curb the spread of the virus. As a result, they are picking up fewer injuries. However, value sales ... Read More

  • Wound Care in Cameroon

    ... care is anticipated to benefit from the pandemic in 2020 overall, with current value sales growing significantly. Although Cameroon was only placed under a partial lockdown, restrictions began being implemented in March which likely caused ... Read More

  • Wound Care in Romania

    ... smaller number of sports activities and children staying inside rather than playing outdoors. As consumers were forced to remain at home through March and May 2020 and schools were closed, the opportunities for injuries and ... Read More

  • Wound Care in South Korea

    ... wear face masks for long hours. As such, this caused irritation to their skin, and many chose to apply wound care products to their heads and noses to counteract this pain and work as a ... Read More

  • Wound Care in Poland

    ... a ban on contact sports, restrictions on children’s outdoor play, the cancellation of many organised sporting events (marathons, cycling, etc) and closure of educational institutions lessened the potential for injuries or cuts. In this way, ... Read More

  • Wound Care in Norway

    ... positive value growth. Euromonitor International's Wound Care in Norway report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level. It provides the latest retail sales data 2015-2019, allowing ... Read More

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