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Emerging Woundcare Technologies

  • ID: 4234518
  • Report
  • April 2017
  • Region: Global, Global
  • 69 Pages
  • Frost & Sullivan
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A Shift Toward Regenerative, Personalized Wound Care

Wounds are known to have major impact on patient function and quality of life and may be even life-threatening. To address the range of complex wound care industry challenges, there is an influx of technologies such as sensor technology, information and communication technology, 3D printing technology or the advanced stem cells technology.

Integration of these technologies into the wound care product can help improve care and patient outcomes, and give it a competitive advantage over the traditional wound care products.

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1.0 Executive Summary
1.1 Scope of Research
1.2 Research Methodology
1.3 Emerging Technologies Enabling the Growth of the Future Wound Care Industry

2.0 Industry Overview
2.1 Wound Care Industry Adopting Innovative Technologies to Meet Industry Challenges
2.2 Wound Care Industry is Focused on Bioactive, Personalized Wound Care Products
2.3 Emerging Technologies Enabling the Future of Wound Care

3.0 Impact of Emerging Technologies3.1 3D Advanced Manufacturing Technology in Wound Care
3.1.1 3D Advanced Manufacturing Technology Compensating for Skin Structure in Severe Burns and Chronic Wounds
3.1.2 Advent of Skin Engineering Driving the Innovation for Improved Wound Healing
3.1.3 Innovations in 3D-printed Skin/Tissue Technology
3.1.4 3D Printed Skin/Tissue for Wound Regeneration
3.2 Information and Communication Technology in Wound Care
3.2.1 Information and Communication Technologies Facilitating Connected Health and Home Wound Care Management
3.2.2 Information Technology Enabling Wound Assessment and Best Practice Treatment Insights Driving Industry Growth
3.2.3 Digital Solutions for Remote Wound Care
3.2.4 Mobile Applications for Wound Tracking and Assessment
3.2.5 Cloud Technology-enabled Wound Management System
3.3 Tissue Regeneration (Stem Cell Technology) –based Wound Care
3.3.1 Stem Cell Technology for Regenerative Wound Healing
3.3.2 Stem Cell Extraction and Viability Remains a Challenge in Implementing Regenerative Medicine into Wound Care
3.3.3 University Research on Regenerative Bandages
3.3.4 Regenerative Wound Care Products Mimicking the Natural Wound Healing Process
3.4 Advanced Sensor Technology-based Wound Care
3.4.1 Point-of-Care Wound Assessment and Monitoring Using Biosensors in Wound Care Products
3.4.2 Standardization of Wound Assessment and Improved Diagnosis Driving the Adoption of Sensors in to Wound Care Products
3.4.3 University Innovations in Sensor Integrated Smart Bandages and Dressings
3.4.4 Advanced Sensors for Wound Care Diagnostics and Telehealth Integration
3.5 Technology Convergence Scenario
3.5.1 Technology Convergence Scenario for Wound Care Industry
3.5.2 Convergence of Sensor Technology and Machine Learning into a Wound Care Mobile Solution
3.5.3 Sensor and Wireless Technology Integrated Smart Bandages

4.0 Assessment of Investment Ecosystem
4.1 Increased Funding for Wound Care Research by the US Department of Health and Human Services
4.2 Federal Research Funding Directed toward Cell Therapy-based Wound Healing
4.3 High Venture Funding in Wound Management Services

5.0 Strategic Insights and Future Perspectives
5.1 Greater Wound Care Clinical Trials for Diabetic Foot Ulcer or Skin Ulcer Indication
5.2 Strategic Insights for Wound Care Industry
5.3 Future Perspective: Emerging Technology Roadmap in Wound Care Industry

6.0 Overview of the Patent Landscape
6.1 Patent Research Scope and Concepts
6.2 Flourishing Patent Scenario in Wound Care Market
6.3 Medical Device Companies Dominate the Patent Landscape
6.4 Recent Patents Related to 3D Printed Skin Grafts
6.5 Recent Patents Related to Digital Wound Care
6.6 Recent Patents Related to Stem Cells-based Wound Care
6.7 Recent Patents Related to Use of Sensors in Wound Healing

7.0 Growth Opportunities and Companies to Action
7.1 Growth Opportunity: Real-Time, Point-Of-Care Wound Diagnostics
7.2 Growth Opportunity: Smart Bandages for Wound Care
7.3 Growth Opportunity: Personalized Wound Care Treatment
7.4 Strategic Imperatives for the Success and Growth of the Wound Care Industry
7.5 List of Key Industry Contacts

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