Though the human body has a tremendous capability to heal itself, wound healing can stall and create chronic non-healing wounds for several reasons such as ischemia, bacterial contamination, and chronic inflammation. Chronic non-healing wounds are significant healthcare challenges that affect many people; they exert a severe financial burden and are the leading cause of limb amputation.
Considering all the factors, the medical technology industry is continuously evolving and developing new technologies that enhance the safety and well-being of patients around the world. Various innovations are happening across a wide range of wound treatment techniques, such as debridement, pressure management, extracellular matrix, surgical instruments, and more, to heal these wounds. These wound care technologies offer benefits such as upgrading dressing methods and analyzing wound condition by featuring cost-effectiveness. Healthcare providers invest large sums in wound care product growth programs and in implementing wound treatment solutions.
Better wound care strategies can help reduce the time and incidence of surgical dehiscence and infection and minimize readmission cases, additional procedures, and complications. These advanced technologies allow medical professionals to diagnose, treat more efficiently, and track slow-healing, chronic wounds.
Accessing wound data, performing in-depth analyzes, and understanding the future threat, helps professionals make a smart treatment decision. Advanced medical technology allows us to explore effective wound healing methods. Today, there are many solutions that help the body harness healing prowess and regenerate tissues more effectively.
In this edition of MD Tech Review, we present to you the “Top 10 Companies in Wound Care Market - 2020”. The companies compiled in this issue have exhibited extensive business process knowledge and in-depth, integrated, and innovative strategies in the space.