Medical Non-woven Disposables Market will exceed USD 26.5 billion by 2025; as per a new research report.
Increasing geriatric population base globally will positively impact the demand for medical non-woven disposables that should surge the industry growth over the analysis period. Elderly people are susceptible to incontinency problem due to sphincter dysfunction or reduced efficiency of urinary bladder due to loss of some vital body functions. In such scenario, geriatric population is dependent on non-woven disposable products. Moreover, government initiatives promote the use of hygiene products in developing economies that should elevate non-woven medical fabrics market growth.
Rising number of hospital acquired infections will drive non-woven medical disposables demand. Nosocomial infections are a major threat to the patients’ safety in any health-care facility. Availability of superior quality incontinency products reduces the risk of leakage as well as urinary tract infection. Thus, rising adoption of incontinence non-woven disposable products to control hospital acquired infections will drive the medical non-woven disposables market growth during the forecast years. However, environment degradation due to improper disposal of incontinence products may hamper medical non-woven disposables market growth during the analysis timeframe.
Incontinence hygiene products segment was valued around than USD 6.5 billion in 2018 and it is anticipated to witness robust growth in near future. Increasing prevalence of urinary incontinency problems will surge the adoption of superior quality incontinency products amongst the geriatric population. Moreover, advantages provided by non-woven incontinence products such as high absorbency and comfort foster their demand. Besides, newly developed incontinence products help in reducing infections positively influencing the business growth. These products are available in stores as well as online. Thus, growing availability of superior quality medical non-woven disposables incontinence products will foster the segmental growth.
Hospital pharmacies segment is anticipated to witness more than 6% CAGR throughout the forecast time frame. Increasing number of hospital admissions globally will foster the demand for non-woven medical products sold at hospital pharmacies. Hospital pharmacies are situated within the hospital premises. Therefore, patients undergoing surgeries and treatment often prefer buying medical non-woven disposables from the hospital pharmacies that should augment the medical non-woven disposables market growth in forthcoming years.
Asia Pacific medical non-woven disposables market anticipated to witness around 7% growth over the analysis time frame. Favorable demographic such as increasing birth rate and rising geriatric population are expected to drive the demand for non-medical disposables. Government of various countries such as India are creating awareness regarding advantages of using incontinency products. For instance, Indian government has launched scheme to promote menstrual hygiene. Under this scheme, most of the schools were provided with free sanitary pads that will help in saving many lives thereby positively impacting the medical non-woven disposables market growth.
Prominent industry players operational in medical non-woven disposables industry include Medtronic, Domtar, Kimberly Clark, MRK Healthcare, Asahi Kasei, Molnlycke Health Care, First Quality Enterprises, Unicharm, Cypress Medical, and Ontex. Key industry players adopt strategic initiatives such as product launches, collaborations and geographic expansion that enable them in sustaining market competition. For instance, in 2019 Kimberly-Clark?s a U.S. based firm has recently launched new poise ultra-thin active collection pads and liners with wings thereby empowering women to stay active without interruption that will positively impact business growth.