According to the report, the valuation of the global medical nonwoven disposables market is projected to reach about USD 14.67 billion by 2025, growing at approx. 7.3% CAGR between 2019 and 2025.
Nonwovens are a distinct category of textile material made from fibers that are fused together to create a lucid arrangement. Nonwovens have uses across several industries, like automotive, packaging, medical & healthcare, and geotextile. Medical nonwovens are either designed from linen, natural fiber-like cotton, or from synthetic materials like polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE), polyester, polypropylene, and others. Usually, the medical nonwoven disposables are utilized in surgical processes, functioning as a blockade to microorganisms and thwarts cross contamination.
The key factor contributing to the growth of the global medical non-woven disposables market includes the rising elderly population with dementia and other chronic diseases. Also, the rapid progresses in nonwovens production technology, enhancement in healthcare services & infrastructure across developing nations, and the rising focus to thwart hospital acquired infections are anticipated to drive the expansion of the global medical nonwoven disposables market during the forecast period. Further, the rising funding by government to offer continence care to patients in developing nations is expected to fuel the market growth positively during the coming period. Also, numerous initiatives are taken up by private and public organizations to inform people about the benefits of incontinence products.
The global medical nonwoven disposables market is bifurcated based on product, end-user, material, and region. The market, on the basis of product, is categorized into wound dressings (tapes, bandages, operative wound dressings, dressing pads, and post-operative wound dressings), incontinence products (diapers and under pads), and surgical products (gowns, drapes, masks, caps, and others). The market, based on material, is divided into polyethylene, polypropylene, rayon, acetate, acrylic, polyamides & polyesters, and others. The global medical nonwoven disposables market, based on end-user, is classified into nursing homes, hospitals, clinics, ambulatory surgical centers, and consumer & home healthcare.
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Regionally, the global medical nonwoven disposables market is projected to be dominated by North America during the forecast period. This regional growth can be attributed to favorable demographic trends such as the rising elderly population experiencing chronic incontinence disorders. In addition, strong grip of industry players is anticipated to result in accessibility to better quality nonwoven disposable medical products further driving the market growth in this region. Likewise, Asia Pacific market is also anticipated to witness substantial growth during the years to come. The regional growth can be credited to factors such as the growing birth rates along with the rising funding projects & initiatives taken by the government organizations to make people conscious about the obtainability of medical nonwoven disposable products and the escalating number of surgical procedures.
The key players actively participating in the global medical nonwoven disposables market include Kimberly-Clark Corporation, Domtar Corporation, Berry Global Inc., Cardinal Health., Asahi Kasei Corporation, First Quality Enterprises, Inc., UniCharm Corporation, Ahlstrom-Munksjo, Freudenberg & Co. KG., Georgia-Pacific LLC, B. Braun Melsungen AG, Advanced Fabrics, Dynarex Corporation, Cypress Medical Products LLC, Kraton Performance Polymers Inc., Halyard Health, Inc., Precision Fabrics Group, Inc., Avintiv Inc., and Molnlycke Health Care AB.