Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/kkbnnp/apac_npwt_and)
has announced the addition of the "APAC
NPWT and NPWT Consumables Market Through 2019-Strategic Business Reports"
report to their offering.
The Asia Pacific market for NPWT (Negative Pressure Wound Therapy) is
forecast to grow at 10.4% annually between 2014 and 2019. Japan is
anticipated to be the leading country followed by China in terms of
value and volume, respectively.
APAC Negative Pressure Wound Therapy and Negative Pressure Wound Therapy
Consumables Market Forecasts & Opportunities, 2019 analyzes the NPWT and
consumables market for the continent and individual countriesJapan,
Australia, India and China. It reviews historical trends and forecasts
(2005-2019) the annualized trends for sales in terms of value and
volume, market growth, pricing (Average Seling Price or ASP),
competitive landscape, market share, market drivers and restrains.
It offers a cross-category comparison for the historical and forecast
period. It also provides global industry developments for the last two
years, including M&As, partnerships, clinical studies, pipeline, product
approvals and launches, recalls and litigations, market dynamics, market
drivers and restraints.
The growth expected in the APAC wound care market can be attributed to
an expanding population and high prevalence of chronic wounds due to
diabetic ulcers, arterial ulcers, etc. Growing confidence of physicians
in NPWT technology and patient awareness are also among the major
driving forces for this market. Further, the market is poised to grow
due to high-growth portable NPWT systems which have been recently
approved in Japan and Australia.
However, the NPWT market in the continent has not reached its full
potential due to lack of awareness, high costs of procedure and
consumables followed by a lack of availability. Additionally, there is a
shortage of trained practitioners who can handle life-threatening
complications, such as bleeding associated with NPWT use. Further, the
market is restrained by its limitation of use on actively infected
wounds, undrained and malignant wounds, tissue necrosis and fistulas.
Moreover, growth in the Indo-China market is limited by the use of
assembled NPWT systems which are much cheaper and therefore widely used
over branded products.
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