A rise in surgical procedures, an increase in the prevalence of chronic diseases, and the need to prevent healthcare-associated infections are likely to drive the global surgical drapes market to a valuation of US$ 3,431.6 Mn by 2031 from US$ 2,094.94 Mn in 2022. This represents a robust growth in CAGR of 5.96% from 2023 to 2031.
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Since surgeries can result in serious problems, infection management is a top priority during surgeries. In order to put a sterile barrier between the patient and any pollutants in the operating room, the medical staff uses surgical drapes. In order to lower the risk of cross-contamination, they are also used to cover the furniture and equipment in the operation room.
In order to stop the spread of infectious diseases and keep the operating room sterile, surgical drapes are essential. As a result, this decreases the incidence of surgical site infections (SSIs) during surgery when the surgical team uses surgical drapes to separate the surgical site and avoid microbial contamination. The need for surgical drapes is likely to rise along with the number of surgical procedures being conducted globally.
One of the key factors propelling the growth of the surgical drapes market is the rising number of surgeries globally. For instance, the number of operations performed globally is fairly considerable, with 313 million operations expected to be performed globally in 2021. This number is likely to rise much higher in the years to come due to population growth and a rise in surgical operations. In wealthy nations, there are more surgeries performed per 1,000 people, with an average of 5–6 procedures per 1,000 people annually, compared to underdeveloped nations, where there are only about 2-3 procedures performed per 1,000 people annually.
A significant element driving the expansion of the market is the increased demand for infection control. One of the most prevalent nosocomial infections, surgical site infections (SSIs), frequently result in death. The World Health Organisation (WHO) estimates that the incidence of SSIs is between 2% and 5% in wealthy countries, whereas it might reach 20% in developing nations. The actual prevalence of SSIs, however, may be higher because many infections go unreported or are misdiagnosed. In order to effectively manage infection during surgery, there is an increasing need for such measures, which is driving up demand for surgical drapes internationally.
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Europe and Asia Pacific are the Leading Regions of the Surgical Drapes Market
Europe sold more than 22.6% of all surgical drapes sold worldwide. This highlights the significance of the European market in the global healthcare sector.
With over 75.87 million pieces sold in 2022, drape sheets were the most widely used surgical drape, demonstrating its significance in surgical procedures and ongoing market demand. The area has a reputable healthcare system and a number of top medical institutions. The demand for surgical drapes is by the adoption of cutting-edge surgical methods and a growing emphasis on patient safety and infection control.
With a 38% revenue share, Asia Pacific is the region with the largest market for surgical drapes.
The Asia Pacific area has the highest market in the world because of its substantial population, the high number of procedures performed in densely populated nations like China and India, and the increasing demand for medical travel within these countries. The Asia Pacific region’s healthcare sector benefits greatly from medical tourism. The Asia Pacific region had almost 21 million medical visitors in 2019, with Thailand, India, and Singapore among the top destinations, according to research by the Medical Tourism Association.
The surgical drapes market is very cutthroat. A wide variety of competitors produce surgical drapes, and the items are generally standardized. As a result, it is difficult to distinguish one product from another, and the price is the primary determinant of market share.
In order to compete, the top competitors also employ tactics like product launches, alliances, acquisitions, etc. For instance, in March 2022, Cardinal Health introduced the first surgical incision drape that uses the antiseptic chlorhexidine gluconate (CHG). The surgical drape from Dublin, Ohio-based Cardinal Health incorporates proprietary BeneHold CHG adhesive technology from Avery Dennison Medical to lessen the danger of contamination with microorganisms that are frequently linked to surgical site infections.
Reusable surgical drapes dominate the market, recording 59% of the revenue share. As the name suggests the reusable surgical drapes are washable, and people can use them multiple times without affecting their benefits. In addition, it doesn’t harm the environment and is cost-effective for the healthcare sector.
Woven and non-woven material surgical drapes are high in demand and are leading the market with a share of 62%. One of the main factors in the popularity of woven and non-woven surgical drapes is their simple accessibility. These materials are perfect for use in surgical operations where a lot of drapes are needed because they are easily made in big quantities.
- Cardinal Health
- Foothills Industries
- Medica Europe BV
- Medline Industries, Inc.
- Mölnlycke Health Care
- Paul Hartmann AG
- Standard Textile Co.
- Other Prominent players
By Product Type
- Laparotomy Drapes
- Lithotomy Drapes
- Drape Sheets
By Risk Level
- Minimal (AAMI Risk Level 1)
- Low (AAMI Risk Level 2)
- Moderate (AAMI Risk Level 3)
- High (AAMI Risk Level 4)
- Woven & Non-Woven
By End Users
- Healthcare Institutes & Organizations
- Home Care Settings
- Ambulatory Surgical Centers
- North America
- The U.S.
- Western Europe
- The UK
- Rest of Western Europe
- Eastern Europe
- Rest of Eastern Europe
- Asia Pacific
- Australia & New Zealand
- South Korea
- Rest of ASEAN
- Rest of Asia Pacific
- Middle East & Africa (MEA)
- Saudi Arabia
- South Africa
- Rest of MEA
- South America
- Rest of South America
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