DUBLIN, January 25, 2022--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Urinary Incontinence Market by Product, Incontinence Type, and End User: Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2021-2030" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
The global urinary incontinence market was valued at $10,124.33 million in 2020, and is projected to reach $19,341.15 million by 2030, registering a CAGR of 6.8% from 2021 to 2030.
The involuntary flow of urine due to a loss of bladder control is known as urinary incontinence. Urinary incontinence devices aid in collecting and holding urine; such devices help in managing urinary incontinence effectively. People undergoing urinary incontinence suffer from urine leakage that cannot be controlled. Patients suffering from severe urinary incontinence are recommended surgical treatment that incorporates devices such as urinary catheter, vaginal slings, electrical stimulation devices, and artificial urinary sphincters.
Among the aforementioned incontinent devices, the most evidently used devices include indwelling catheters, external collecting systems, urine drainage bags, and catheters for intermittent catheterization (IC). In incontinence, there is involuntary or accidental release of the contents from the urinary bladder, known as urinary incontinence or over rectal muscle (bowel or flatulence) known as rectal incontinence. Incontinence is a widespread condition that ranges in severity from just a small leak to complete loss of bladder or bowel control.
Disposable incontinence products are primarily used by the people suffering from urinary incontinence. These are mostly used by the elderly population, who are unable to control the urinary influx. The disposable incontinence products are preferably made up of medical grade nonwoven fabrics. Medical nonwovens are a distinctive class of textile materials designed from fibers that are bonded together to form a lucid structure. Medical nonwovens are either made up of natural fiber-like cotton, linen, or of synthetic materials such as polypropylene, polyester, polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE), and others. Medical nonwoven disposable incontinence products are commonly used in surgical processes, serving as a barrier to microorganisms, and prevent infections.
Development of innovative urinary incontinence devices and rise in demand for minimally invasive surgeries along with increase in aging population that is highly susceptible to urological conditions drive the growth of the urinary incontinence devices market. In addition, the increase in the urinary incontinent patients transitioning from conventional solutions is set to increase in near future. Further, high risk of associative urological conditions among people supplements the growth of the market. However, lack of awareness regarding novel developments in the urinary incontinence devices and post-operative complications associated with the devices hamper the market growth. Moreover, the growth in healthcare expenditures in the developing economies is anticipated to create numerous opportunities for key vendors in this market.
The study provides an in-depth analysis of the global urinary incontinence market along with the current trends and future estimations to explain the imminent investment pockets.
A comprehensive analysis of the factors that drive and restrict the market growth is provided in the report.
Comprehensive quantitative analysis of the industry from 2020 to 2030 is provided to enable the stakeholders to capitalize on the prevailing market opportunities.
Extensive analysis of the key segments of the industry helps to understand the application and products of urinary incontinence device used across the globe.
Key market players and their strategies have been analyzed to understand the competitive outlook of the market.
Development of innovative urinary incontinence devices & rising
demand for minimally invasive procedures
Increase in aging population coupled with high risk of urological
Rise in shift from conventional solutions to novel urinary incontinent products
Growth in elderly population
Efficiency in the prevention of hospital-acquired infections (HAIs)
Lack of awareness regarding novel developments in the urinary incontinence devices coupled with underreported cases of urinary incontinence
Post-operative complications associated with the devices
Rise in concerns toward disposal products
Growth in healthcare expenditures in the developing economies
Rise in technology integration
Dickinson and Company (C.R. Bard Inc.)
Boston Scientific Corporation
ConvaTec Group plc
Cook Group Inc.
Johnson and Johnson
Asahi Kasei Corporation
Berry Global Inc.
Cardinal Health Inc.
First Quality Enterprises Inc.
Freudenberg & Co. KG
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