Collagen is a chief constituent of the extra-cellular matrix (ECM), and therefore it plays major role in all stages of wound healing. A number of innovative wound care dressings are available that include collagen to improve wound bed preparation. In some cases, the collagen may be mixed with other ingredients, such as alginates or oxidized regenerated cellulose (ORC) to increase its efficiency in wound healing.
The major factors that propel the market growth include increase in geriatric population, number of road accidents, and traumatic injuries & chronic infections such as diabetic foot ulcers resulting in high demand of such products. However, the high cost of advanced collagen wound care products restrains the market growth. In addition, increase in number of surgeries and growth in awareness about wound care dressings also leads to high adoption of collagen dressing products.
This market is segmented on the basis of applications and end users. Based on the applications, it is classified into diabetic foot ulcer, surgical wounds, venous ulcers, pressure ulcers, burns, and others. According to the end-users, the market is bifurcated into inpatient and outpatient. By geography, it is analyzed across Malaysia and Indonesia.
Key players profiled in this report include Smith & Nephew plc, Acelity L.P., Inc., Integra Lifesciences Corporation, Coloplast Corporation, 3M Company, Organogenesis Inc., ConvaTec Inc., Hollister Wound Care, Mlnlycke Health Care AB, and BSN Medical.
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Malaysia And Indonesia Collagen Dressings Market Key Segments:
- Diabetic Foot Ulcer
- Surgical Wounds
- Venous Ulcers
- Pressure Ulcers
By End Users
- Inpatient Facilities
- Outpatient Facilities