- Single Use / Disposable
- Conventional Use
Middle East and Africa Negative Pressure Wound Therapy Devices Market size was valued at USD 16.1 million in 2022 and is poised to grow at a CAGR of 7.8% from 2023-2029. Negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) is used to treat a variety of wound types, including traumatic, chronic, and difficult-to-heal wounds. Additionally, it is employed to treat wounds that have flaps or skin grafts over them. A single-use NPWT device, which is a tiny, battery-powered gadget the size of a pocket, is created from this therapy. These are disposable, portable medical gadgets that are typically used for outpatient care, as their name implies.The Negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) is also known as vacuum assisted closure therapy or Wound VAC. Negative pressure wound therapy is type of therapy in which suction is used to draw fluids and drain away from an open wound. A special type of dressing is used to create the vacuum environment at the site of wound that increases the blood flow and also keeps the area clean. This will help to prevent and heal the infection. The devices for the negative pressure wound therapy include mechanical or powered (electrical).
Middle East and Africa NPWT Market expected to exhibit lucrative growth over forecast period owing to increase in prevalence and incidence of diabetes, accidents and burns respectively. According to World Health Organization (WHO), in South Africa alone an estimated US$ 26 Mn is spent annually for care of burns from paraffin and cook stove incidents. However, product recalls and lack of skilled professionals may hamper the Middle East and Africa negative pressure wound therapy devices market over the forecast period.
The middle east and africa negative pressure wound therapy devices market size was valued at USD 16.1 million in 2022
The report covers the countries market data: Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, South Africa
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