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Advanced Wound Care: Untapped Opportunities

Mega-deals and innovative technologies have transformed advanced wound care into a robust, high-tech market in the US. While regulatory and reimbursement challenges persist, opportunities in adjacent spaces and under-penetrated OUS markets represent fertile ground for advanced wound care expansion.

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Advanced Wound Care – Untapped Opportunities

With worldwide revenues projected to reach $6 billion in 2015, mega-deals and innovative game-changing technologies have transformed the advanced wound care market into a robust, high-tech arena in the US. While regulatory and reimbursement challenges persist, opportunities in adjacent spaces and under-penetrated OUS markets represent fertile ground for advanced wound care expansion.

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Acquisitions, New Technologies Reshaping Advanced Wound Care

Acquisitions and innovation are rapidly changing the dynamics in the global advanced wound care market, a high need, high growth market estimated at $5.4 billion in 2013. With the number of chronic wounds in major countries estimated at a whopping 26.7 million, the global advanced wound care market is projected to grow at a brisk 6% CAGR, reaching $7.3 billion by 2018.

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Tissue Repair Start-Ups Fill Orthopedics' Gaps

Technologies for total joint repair, the backbone of the orthopedics industry, have occupied most of the development resources of orthopedic companies, but there are gaps in the continuum of care when it comes to tendon and ligament repair. ACL reconstruction and rotator cuff repair thus are attractive niches for start-ups, worth anywhere from $500 million to $1 billion. Soft tissue repair expertise is outside the core skill-sets of big ortho, but those companies have been willing to partner and acquire smaller innovative players. Today, the opportunity is even more attractive; sports medicine--the realm of soft tissue repair--enjoys an economic resiliency not seen in total joint replacement. Ligament tears more closely resemble trauma applications, which must be treated as soon as possible.
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