Antimicrobial wound dressings are products used to protect and promote the healing of acute and chronic wounds. They can be used to treat both external and internal wounds. Antimicrobial wound dressings contain active ingredients that may be either synthetic or natural and are designed to inhibit bacterial growth, reduce wound infection, and promote healing.
The global antimicrobial wound dressing market is expected to grow due to the increasing prevalence of chronic wounds, rising cases of diabetes, increasing geriatric population, and rising demand for advanced wound care products. The increasing demand for homecare wound care products and growing awareness among people about wound care are some of the major factors driving the growth of the global antimicrobial wound dressing market. However, the high cost of advanced wound care products and the lack of awareness about wound care in developing countries may hamper the growth of the global antimicrobial wound dressing market.
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The key players are ConvaTec, Acelity, Smith & Nephew, Molnlycke Health Care, Covidien (Medtronic), Coloplast Corp, 3M, Hollister Incorporated, Medline Industries, Inc., Integra Lifesciences Corporation, Deroyal, Cardinal Health, DermaRite Industries, Milliken Healthcare Products etc. Top 3 companies occupied about 28% market share.
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