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The Western and Eastern European wound care and wound closure market is in the growth stage. Increasing lifestyle diseases, coupled with the increasing risk of chronic wounds and the ageing population, provides the impetus for this market. The research service is based on the findings of secondary and primary research. The analysis includes market dynamics, revenue forecasts, market share, and competitive structure. The market has been defined for the base year 2012, and forecasts have been provided until 2019.
Primary interviews were conducted with key industry experts, and regulatory authorities. Designation of interviewed participants include chief executive officers, marketing managers, directors, and vice presidents.
Secondary research sources such as in-house Frost & Sullivan database, Frost & Sullivan’s Decision
Support Database, company annual reports, scientific journals, and industry-related articles have been
The objective of the research service is to present a comprehensive analysis of the European Wound care and Wound closure market with respect to market potential and key market dynamics.
The study also covers factors driving the growth, challenges affecting the industry, and opportunities within the total market and the market segments as estimated for the forecast period.
The study period covered is from 2009 to 2019, with the base year as 2012 and forecast period from 2013 to 2019.
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