Wound Irrigation Systems Market Analysis, Research, Review, Applications and Forecast to 2032

The global Wound Irrigation Systems Market is expected to be worth US$ 267.6 million by the end of 2022, and to grow at a 2.6% CAGR from 2022 to 2032. By 2032, the market is expected to be worth US$ 347.3 billion. In terms of product, acute wounds lead the wound irrigation systems market, accounting for approximately 58.2% in 2021.
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Medical complications arising due to infections such as surgical site infection (SSI)- a wound infection with microbes, mainly bacteria, within 30 days of a surgical procedure- often carry a high risk of mortality and morbidity, specifically in oncological settings. SSI is one of the most common nosocomial infections and its management further burdens the healthcare system financially. One of the more reliable and effective prevention methods for SSI infection is wound irrigation.
The wound irrigation system is much preferable to swabbing or washing as it includes the flushing of the surgical incision with a solution that reduces the bacterial burden, and physically eradicates cell debris and trapped fluids.
Moreover, wound irrigation systems ensure the delivery of a regulated and stable pressure which is a primary requirement for effective wound care management. This feature coupled with much recent progress made in the design and production of new wound irrigation systems is presenting manufacturers with lucrative opportunities at the international level. The rising adoption of negative pressure wound therapy is spearheading the growth of wound irrigation systems.
The emergence of simultaneous wound irrigation technology has led to a surge in the demand for negative pressure wound therapy. These instruments supply a constant flow for the irrigant to the wound site directly from a wound irrigation delivery bag. The irrigant then exits the wound, carrying cellular debris from the wound into the negative pressure wound therapy device canister.
The use of these systems encourages the removal of bioburden and debris in the wound, eventually converting to positive procedural outcomes. Besides, other related benefits of wound irrigation systems are better patient compliance, quicker wound healing, and lower frequency of dressing changes, which in turn, promote cost savings and decrease workload within a hospital setting. All of these factors foster an environment of growth for the wound irrigation system market over the forecast period.
“Rising demand for new and innovative medical solutions for acute and chronic wound treatment will likely spur the growth of the wound irrigation system market over the forecast period,” says an FMI analyst.
Wound flushing systems is the process of flushing out debris, bacteria, and other contaminants from a wound using a liquid solution. It is an important step in wound care and is often done using wound irrigation systems.
Key Takeaways:
• Heightened usage of wound irrigation saline for wound treatment is boosting the market prospects.
• Preference for traditional wound care by healthcare practitioners may hamper the market growth.
• The U.S. market is predicted to grow at 1.7% CAGR over the assessment period.
• Independent clinical practices to drive the market growth in Germany.
• Battery-operated wound irrigation kits to gain popularity over the forecast period.
• Increasing occurrence of acute wounds to drive the overall market growth.
Competitive Landscape
• Zimmer Biomet
• Stryker Corporation
• Centurion Medical Products
• BSN Medical
• Cooper Surgical Inc.
• C. R. Bard, Inc.
• Medtronic Plc.
• Bionix
• Westmed, Inc.
• Becton, Dickinson, and Company
Key Segments Covered in Wound Irrigation Systems Market
By Product:
• Manual Operated
o Syringe Based
o Spray Based
o Nozzle Based
• Battery Operated
By Wound:
• Acute Wounds
o Surgical Wounds
o Traumatic Wounds
o Burns
• Chronic Wounds
o Venous Ulcers
o Pressure Ulcers
o Diabetic Foot Ulcers
o Others
By End User:
• Hospitals
• Ambulatory Surgical Centers
• Clinics
• Long-Term Care Centers
• Home Care Centers