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Negative Pressure Wound Therapy Market Value and Forecast 2015-2025 by Future Market Insights

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Global Negative

Pressure Wound
Therapy Market
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Report Description
Negative Pressure Wound Therapy also known as vacuum-assisted wound closure (VAC)
therapy refers to the wound dressing systems that consistently or intermittently apply
sub-atmospheric to the local wound environment using a sealed wound dressing
connected to a vacuum pump. A vacuum source creates continuous or intermittent
negative pressure inside the wound to remove fluid, exudates, and infectious materials to
prepare the wound for healing and closure. It’s one of the oldest forms of medicinal
therapy. This therapy is helpful in treating various types of wounds such as acute wound
and chronic wound. Negative pressure wound therapy appears to be a safe treatment,
and serious adverse events.

According to WHO, chronic disease will account for almost three-quarters of all deaths
worldwide in the year 2020, the role of negative pressure wound care therapy has been
considered to be a novel therapy for treatment of chronic disease. The significant
population of patient suffering from chronic disease has boosted the demand of negative
pressure therapy
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Negative Pressure Wound Therapy Market: Drivers and Restraints
Presently, global negative pressure wound therapy market is driven by the aging
population, rise in the number of prevalence of chronic disease such as diabetes,
cardiovascular disease, peripheral vascular disease that lead to chronic wounds such as
diabetic foot ulcers, pressure ulcers and venous leg ulcers,

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increase in the incidence of cancer and neurological disease has led to long-term bed
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