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Indian Market Report for Hemostats - MedCore

Gelatin-Based Hemostats

Gelatin is collagen that has been processed and denatured. The properties of gelatin allow it to be applied on irregular wound surfaces. When gelatin is applied at the bleeding site, it conforms to the wound and swells. The swollen gelatin particles restrict blood flow and provide a stable matrix around which a clot can form. Gelatin-based products are generally derived from bovine or porcine sources and are available in granular or sponge forms.

Collagen-Based Hemostats

Collagen is a structural protein found in abundance in the human body. It is derived from bovine tendon or ligament. Collagen-based products are passive hemostats that stop bleeding by promoting the aggregation of platelets (at the surgical site), which is initiated by contact between blood and the collagen. These products are available in the forms of powder, paste or sponges. As they are derived from animal tissues, they carry the risk of causing allergic or immune reactions in some patients. In addition to activating hemostasis, collagen also helps in the wound healing process and can reduce the degree of adhesion or scarring in internal organs and fascia.

Combination Hemostats0
These hemostats are typically thrombin in combination with passive hemostatic agents such as collagen, gelatin or ORC. More recently, however, synthetic hemostatic patches containing polyethylene glycol (PEG) in combination with either ORC or collagen have also been launched under this category. These are active hemostatic agents, meaning they directly participate in the coagulation cascade to induce a clot at the bleeding site. These products are highly effective compared to passive hemostats, as they arrest the bleeding at a much more rapid rate and are easier to use. The thrombin can either be bovine-sourced or from a human donor (homologous) or they can be from the patient themselves (autologous).

Polysaccharide-Based Hemostats

Plant-derived and purified starch is processed to create polysaccharide hemostats. These hemostats are biocompatible and absorbed within 24 to 48 hours. When they come in contact with blood, each particle absorbs fluid and concentrates platelets and coagulation proteins. This quickly activates the clotting cascade and provides a substrate for structural elements to form.

First Responder Hemostats

Traditionally used on the battlefield, first responder hemostats (FRH) quickly stop blood flow from external wounds and are used by paramedics, law enforcement officers and nurses who must quickly stop life threatening blood loss. FRH can be derived from clay or the shells of crustaceans (chitosan).


SUITE EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1.1 INDIAN WOUND AND TISSUE MANAGEMENT MARKET
1.2 WOUND CLOSURE MARKET
1.3 MOIST AND SILVER DRESSINGS MARKET
1.4 TRADITIONAL DRESSINGS MARKET
1.5 COMPRESSION BANDAGE MARKET
1.6 HEMOSTATS MARKET
1.7 TISSUE SEALANT MARKET
1.8 ANTI-ADHESION MARKET
1.9 NEGATIVE PRESSURE WOUND THERAPY MARKET (NPWT)
1.10 COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
2.1 RESEARCH SCOPE
2.2 IDATA’S 9-STEP METHODOLOGY
Step 1: Project Initiation & Team Selection
Step 2: Prepare Data Systems and Perform Secondary Research
Step 3: Preparation for Interviews & Questionnaire Design
Step 4: Performing Primary Research
Step 5: Research Analysis: Establishing Baseline Estimates
Step 6: Market Forecast and Analysis
Step 7: Identify Strategic Opportunities
Step 8: Final Review and Market Release
Step 9: Customer Feedback and Market Monitoring
HEMOSTATS MARKET
3.1 INTRODUCTION
3.1.1 Oxidized Regenerated Cellulose-Based Hemostats
3.1.2 Gelatin-Based Hemostats
3.1.3 Collagen-Based Hemostats
3.1.4 Combination Hemostats
3.1.5 Polysaccharide-Based Hemostats
3.1.6 First Responder Hemostats
3.2 MARKET ANALYSIS AND FORECAST
3.3 DRIVERS AND LIMITERS
3.3.1 Market Drivers
3.3.2 Market Limiters
3.4 COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS
ABBREVIATIONS
List of Charts
Chart 1 1: Wound and Tissue Management Market, India, 2012 – 2022 1
Chart 1 2: Growth Rates by Segment, Wound Closure, India, 2015-2019 1
Chart 1 3: Growth Trends for Select Segments, Moist & Silver Dressings, India, 2015 – 2018 2
Chart 1 4: Market Revenues by Segment, Traditional Dressings, India, 2015 3
Chart 1 5: Leading Competitors, Compression Bandages, India, 2015 4
Chart 1 6: ASP vs Unit Growth, Hemostat Market, India, 2015 – 2019 5
Chart 1 7: Growth Rates, Tissue Sealants Market, India, 2015 – 2019 6
Chart 1 8: Annual Growth Rates, Anti-Adhesion Market, India, 2014 – 2022 7
Chart 1 9: Units vs ASP Growth, NPWT Market, India, 2015 – 2020 8
Chart 1 10: Leading Competitors, Wound and Tissue Management Market, India, 2015 9
Chart 3 1: Hemostats Market, India, 2012 – 2022 26
Chart 3 2: Leading Competitors, Hemostats Market, India, 2015 32
List of Figures
Figure 3 1: Hemostats Market, India, 2012 – 2022 (US$ and INR) 26
Figure 3 2: Drivers and Limiters, Hemostats Market, India, 2015 29
Figure 3 3: Leading Competitors, Hemostats Market, India, 2015 31

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