Skin Perfusion Pressure Testing Devices Market is expected to reach US$ 28.83 Million By 2021-2030

Skin perfusion pressure (SPP) assess the local pressure in the microcirculatory system. It is widely used parameter in assessment of wound healing potential in patients with limb ischemia and peripheral artery diseases. SPP testing devices have become crucial for wound healing in patients with chronic limb ischemia. Future Market Insights (FMI), in a new study has forecast the market for skin perfusion pressure testing devices to exhibit 4.6% Y-o-Y growth in 2021. Driven by rising healthcare spending, the market will continue exhibiting high demand through the forecast period, from 2020 to 2030.

Key Companies Profiled

Vasamed Incorporated
Moor Instruments
Perimed AB
ATYS Medical
Promed Group

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Compared to other non-invasive methods such as toe blood pressure and ankle-brachial index, SPP provides more accurate results, and thus, its usage is gaining popularity among physicians. It has been observed that SPP can evaluate ischemic condition of the lower extremities which cannot be assessed by ankle-brachial index. This increases the preference of SPP over ABI, which in turn is expected to drive the skin perfusion pressure testing devices market.

The rising prevalence of peripheral arterial disease is another major factor driving the demand growth. Peripheral arterial disease (PAD) prevents wound healing of lower extremity. The patient populations at highest-risk have ischemic disease, foot ulcers, diabetes mellitus, and/or compromised kidney function. The most widely used test is ankle brachial index (ABI), but it has limited utility in foot ulcer patients. Ankle brachial index alone is not considered effective of wound healing. For overcoming this problem, manufacturers are focusing to develop advanced skin perfusion pressure.

The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly affected the medical practices, resulting in a decrease in non-essential medical care, including the wound healing specialty. The nationwide lockdown and disrupted supply chain has limited the ability to practice wound healing in normal conditions. The pandemic in the first few months of 2020 has had a negative impact on the skin perfusion pressure testing devices market.

Manufacturers are currently focusing on designing new innovative laser dopplers that can provide better results at less cost, and at the same time give simple and reliable outputs. For instance, free flap monitoring, a new generation device provides web-based capability, whereby, recordings from a laser doppler can be transmitted directly to a smart phone. Such advancements are expected to bode well for the global market.
Key Takeaways from Skin Perfusion Pressure Testing Devices Marker Study
The global skin perfusion pressure testing devices market is estimated to be US$ 28.83 Mn in 2020, is expected to grow at a market CAGR of 4.5% during the forecast period (2020-2030)
The U.S. holds over 90% share of the North America market, but Canada is projected to expand faster at around 5.0% CAGR
Germany holds the largest share of the market in Europe, and will expand at a CAGR of around 4.8% through 2030
The U.K. will exhibit 5.3% Y-o-Y growth in 2021, emerging as a key market for SPP testing devices in Europe. France will also continue exhibiting high demand
Japan and South Korea are expected to emerge as key markets for SPP testing devices in East Asia

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Skin Perfusion Pressure Testing Devices Market by Category

Laser Doppler Skin Perfusion Pressure Testing Devices
Photoplethysmography Skin Perfusion Pressure Testing Devices
Pressure Cuff Controller
Fibre Optic Probe

Portable Devices
Cart-based Devices
End User

Ambulatory Surgical Centers
Wound Care Centers
Vascular Laboratories

North America
Latin America
East Asia
South Asia
Middle East and Africa (MEA)
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