The global medical superabsorbent polymers market is expected to rise at an impressive CAGR of more than 7.3 per cent through the forecast period, till 2027. The growth of the market in this period will account for revenue worth USD 8,300 million. The growth of the industry can be attributed to the penetration of superabsorbent polymers into the medical sector, rises in investment to research facilities, and faster technological developments. Rising demand for incontinence products and incidences of road accidents are key contributors to the growth of the new technologies such as laminate technology and wet laid technology.
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Sustainability Initiatives Create New Options for Manufacturers
Medical superabsorbent polymers have become very popular owing to its growing role in daily care products including diapers. In most conventional polymers of this type, the materials are derived from petroleum. However, recent years have witnessed increased traction gained by the production of green products and sustainability.
Research has made bio based medical superabsorbent polymers very popular. Most of these are proteins in select aqueous solutions that have displayed even relatively higher capabilities in comparison to synthetic counterparts. The insights from these researches have resulted in the development of numerous sustainable alternatives for petroleum based polymers, creating new lucrative opportunities for manufacturers in the near future.
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Diapers and Incontinence Applications are Essential to Sales
Medical superabsorbent polymers are widely used for diapers and adult incontinence products, and is a major source of revenue for the polymer manufacturers. In addition, superabsorbent polymers are rapidly finding importance for wound treatment applications, owing to the attribute of the material to manage exudates easily.
Dressings which use superabsorbent polymers are very effective in soaking up exudates from not just open wounds, but also burns, venous ulcers, and surgical incisions. Two of the most commonly used medical superabsorbent polymers are polyaspartic acid and 2 acrylamido-propane sulphonic acid.
Moisture management continues to be a key aspect of treatments for chronic wounds. Conventional wound dressing variants are highly limited owing to high rates of evaporation and low absorbency. In addition, it is important for wounds to maintain a moist environment, which have also reduced the effectiveness and performance of conventional wound dressing alternatives.
Owing to these concerns dressing manufacturers have been showing greater interest in fabrics with superabsorbent polymers, in multiple layers. These dressings can not only help in wetting the wound at a much faster rate, but also much more absorbency in comparison to traditional foam dressings. In addition innovative fabrics with superabsorbent polymers allow for better permeability of air, which reduces recovery time and hospital stays.
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