DUBLIN, January 24, 2022--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Hong Kong Wound Dressing Market Research Report: By Type, Application, End User, Distribution Channel - Industry Analysis and Revenue Estimation to 2030" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
From $40.1 million in 2020, the Hong Kong wound dressing market size is projected to increase to $70.6 million by 2030, at a 6.0% CAGR between 2021 and 2030.
The Major Reasons Behind the Growing Demand for Products
Booming Geriatric Population: According to the Chinese University of Hong Kong, people aged 65 and above will make up 27% of the metropolis' population by 2033, compared to 11.7% in 2003. Such people often injure themselves, getting nasty wounds. Additionally, they suffer from many chronic diseases that lead to wounds, thereby propelling the market growth.
Rising Diabetes Prevalence: The increasing cases of diabetes are also driving the Hong Kong wound dressing market as the disease often leads to diabetic foot ulcers, a type of chronic wound, which is hard to cure using traditional methods. A key reason behind the increasing diabetes incidence in the megacity is the rising number of obese people, as obesity is a major risk factor for this endocrine disorder.
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected the Hong Kong wound dressing market negatively as the lockdowns confined people inside their homes. This led to a major reduction in the incidence of road accidents and injuries among school and college students. In the same way, the closed surgery departments resulting in a low incidence of surgical wounds, thereby further pushing down the demand for wound dressing products.
In the coming years, the advanced bifurcation will witness the faster growth in the Hong Kong wound dressing market, within the type segment. Advanced wound dressings allow for rapid healing, temperature and moisture control around the wound, gaseous exchange, infection inhibition, and tissue regeneration.
The chronic wounds bifurcation held the larger share in the application segment of the Hong Kong wound dressing market in the past. Such wounds are long lasting and difficult to treat, which is why they require frequent changes of the dressing, preferably advanced dressing.
In the near future, the Hong Kong wound dressing market, under the end user segment, will be dominated by the hospitals & specialty clinics category. As such medical facilities employ experienced professionals and boast advanced equipment, people, especially trauma and burn victims, prefer them for getting their wounds dressed.
The pharmacies category generated the highest revenue in the Hong Kong wound dressing market historically, based on distribution channel. Being dedicated to pharma and other healthcare-related products, pharmacies offer a wide variety of traditional and advanced dressings for wounds.
Shift in consumer preference from traditional products to advanced therapies
Growing geriatric population
Increasing prevalence of diabetes
High incidence of traumatic injuries
Impact analysis of drivers on market forecast
High cost of advanced wound dressing products
Impact analysis of restraints on market forecast
Improving economy and increasing health expenditure
Ineffectiveness of traditional wound dressings in acute wound management
Impact of COVID-19
Porter's Five Forces Analysis
Wound Dressing Product Pricing
Paul Hartmann AG
Winner Medical Co. Ltd.
Molnlycke Health Care AB
Smith & Nephew plc
ConvaTec Group plc
Allmed Medical Products Co. Ltd.
Zhende Medical Co. Ltd.
Wayson Medical Co. Ltd.
B. Braun Melsungen AG
Johnson & Johnson
Cardinal Health Inc.
Integra LifeSciences Holdings Corporation
Wright Medical Group N.V.
Lohmann & Rauscher GmbH & Co. KG
Nitto Denko Corporation
Weigao Group Co. Ltd.
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