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A changing industry landscape
Mergers and acquisitions have always played a key role in the advanced wound care industry and have enabled the market leaders to expand their technology to address new sections of the market and provide access to new technologies. But things are hotting up. Smith & Nephew continues to add to its portfolio with the acquisition in May 2012 of Kalypto Medical while pharmaceutical companies flex their financial muscle: Shire purchased BioHealing in June 2011 while Sanofi’s purchase of Genzyme in April 2011 has introduced the new Sanofi Biosurgery division.

Private equity gets more involved
The headline acquisition of the NPWT leading company KCI by the APAX consortium is just the latest of a string of private equity transactions. Nordic Capital and Avista Capital Partners purchased ConvaTec in August 2008, Systagenix was formed in December 2008 through One Equity Partners’ purchase of Ethicon Professional Wound Care, and Investor AB took full control of Mölnlycke in late 2010.

Biologics: the growth sector of the future?
With price pressures in the NPWT sector and low prices driven by high competition in the Moist Dressings sector, the spotlight has been thrown on Biologics. While all sectors are expected to return to stronger annual growth, only the biologics sector is expected to maintain double digit growth from 2015 onwards as products currently in development are launched.

Key statistics and forecasts provide a real insight to the future of this critical device sector

Wound Care Market
Global Wound Care Market by Product Type, 2011
Professional Wound Care Market by Product Type, 2011

Advanced Wound Care Market Competitors
Select Manufacturers’ Wound Care Sales, 2005-2011 (US$ million)
International Manufacturers’ Wound Care Sales, 2005-2011
Advanced Wound Care Market Shares, 2011
Advanced Wound Care Acquisitions, 2008-2011

Wound Care Market Dynamics
Professional Wound Care Market by Product Type, 2007-2011 (US$ million)
Professional Wound Care Market Forecast, 2012-2017 (US$ million)
Global Wound Care Market Growth by Product, 2012-2017 (%)

Regional Perspective
Advanced Wound Care Market by Region and Growth by Region, 2012-2017 (US$ million)
US, European and Rest of the World Markets by Major Product Type, 2011

More Information…
What this report will give you…
Extensive competitive comparisons and evaluation of 109 major and emerging companies
Market share for leading companies
Growth forecasts and market share to 2017 by product area and geographical region

Covering all major areas including…
Device-based advanced wound care
Negative Pressure Wound Therapy
Electrical Stimulation
Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy
Other Wound Care Devices

Moist wound care
Hydrocolloid Dressings
Foam Dressings
Composite Dressings
Activated Charcoal Dressings
Transparent Film Dressings
Antimicrobial Dressings
Silver Dressings
Honey Dressings
Iodine-based Dressings
PHMB Antimicrobial Dressings

Collagen-Based Wound Care Products
Skin Substitutes
Growth Factors
Cell-Based Therapies
Other Biologic Products
Enzymatic Debriding Agents

Answering key questions…
What next for Kinetic Concepts after its litigation troubles?
What % of the European market will moist dressings account for in 2017?
Who’s developing products in the skin substitution market?
Who’s partnering whom, and on what?
Which are the companies and technologies to watch?

For more information kindly visit :
Research Report on The Global Advanced Wound Care Market


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