In recent years, leading manufacturers of static compression devices have expanded their product portfolios by investing in adjustable compression wraps (ACWs). A quick search in SmartTRAK shows that in 2014, Lohmann & Rauscher* acquired Solaris and added ReadyWrap*and TributeWrap brands to its portfolio. In 2016, Sigvaris* acquired Biacare, a US-based company with a strong reputation as a leader in the design and production of medical short-stretch wraps. Sigvaris now promotes and offers a range of compression wraps, including CompreFlex*and CoolFlex*. In 2019, medi* USA announced the launch of its new ready-to-wear circaid juxtalite hd inelastic compression wrap, and in 2020 Juzo*added a new compression wrap that has a slip-on feature and a new patent-pending inner connector.
Given the attention and investment dollars allocated to ACWs in recent years, this article explores the ACW market to provide greater visibility into key market dynamics, underlying value drivers and the outlook for future growth.
It is estimated that over 200 million people worldwide (WW) have venous and/or lymphatic conditions that are treatable with compression therapy. Some of the more common conditions include chronic edema, varicose veins, venous leg ulcers (VLUs), lymphedema and deep vein thrombosis. SmartTRAK estimates that ...
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