Transparent Films and Tapes in Healthcare and Lifestyle Markets in North America

Transparent Films and Tapes in Healthcare and Lifestyle Markets in North America

Diverse Wound Aftercare and Wearable Devices Drive the Use of Clean Transparent Films and Tapes in North America

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30-Jan-2020
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North America
Research Code: 9AB5-00-1C-00-00
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This study focuses on the North American transparent films and tapes market. The scope of this study includes the transparent films and tapes that are used as direct wound dressings, support or substrate for other dressings, and also to hold wearable devices. Transparent film dressings are polyurethane thin-film, semi-permeable membranes that allow water vapor and oxygen to pass through them, enabling fast healing. Film dressings are used as single layers or may be combined with other types of dressings like foam, hydrocolloid, hydrogel, or alginate. The transparent films and tapes market is diverse, with segmentation based on the end users and applications. Transparent films and tapes are segmented by applications in the healthcare sector (including hospital and OTC wound and ostomy care applications) and in the lifestyle sector [including wearable devices (patches), veterinary care, tattoo & body art aftercare applications]. The base year for the study is 2019, with forecasts running up to 2024. Revenue is defined as manufacturers (films suppliers) revenue, which is generated by transparent films and tapes to manufacturers (both brand owners and contractors) of wound dressings and wearable device products.

The total transparent films and tapes in healthcare and lifestyle markets in North America generated $220.3 million in 2019 and it is likely to grow with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 10.6% to reach $365.2 million by 2024.

The diversity of applications for transparent films and tapes in North America—healthcare (OTC and hospital-based wound care and ostomy care) and lifestyle (stick-to-skin wearable devices, tattoo & body art aftercare, veterinary care)—as moist wound dressings, support for other wound dressings, and also as substrate to devices will drive their demand.

The total transparent films and tapes in healthcare and lifestyle markets in North America comprise major end-use markets: healthcare market $104.5 million (47.4%) and lifestyle market $115.8 million (52.6%).

All transparent films and tapes to be placed on the skin must be clean for use. About 95.0% of film dressings are sterilized and are used for wound and ostomy care, OTC wound applications, veterinary care, and tattoo aftercare. Films and tapes for mounting wearable devices are usually not sterilized.

In the past, film dressings were classified as advanced wound dressings. However, in recent years, many suppliers have removed the films dressing from their advanced wound dressings category or business group and have transferred them into general marketing of “supplies”.

Author: Raghu Tanty

Table of Contents

Key Findings

Research Scope

Key Questions This Study will Answer

Strategic Fact Sheet

Transparent Films and Tapes Market—Dashboard

Transparent Films and Tapes Market—Top Growth Factors

Percent Revenue Forecast by End-use Sectors

CEOs’ Perspective

Market Definitions

Market Segmentation

Transparent Films and Tapes—Introduction

Transparent Films and Tapes—Introduction (continued)

Transparent Films and Tapes—Introduction (continued)

Revenue Forecast—Total Market

Revenue Forecast by Market Sectors

Role of Sterilized Products—Total Market

Role of Sterilized Products—Total Market (continued)

Approvals—Class I Medical Devices

Approvals—Class II Medical Devices

Approvals—Veterinary Care Products

Approvals for Materials and Facilities

Approvals for Materials and Facilities (continued)

Value Chain—Demand and Supply Sides

Value Chain—End Markets

Value Chain—End Markets (continued)

Value Chain—End Markets (continued)

Value Chain—End Markets (continued)

Value Chain—End Markets (continued)

Distribution Pattern and Care Settings

Distribution Pattern and Care Settings (continued)

Distribution Pattern and Care Settings (continued)

Transparent Films and Tapes in Healthcare Market—Dashboard

Transparent Films and Tapes in Healthcare Market—Top Growth Factors

Revenue Forecast

Percent Revenue Forecast by Segment

Revenue Forecast by Segments

Usage Highlights

Usage Highlights (continued)

Transparent Films and Tapes in Hospital Wound Care Segment—Dashboard

Transparent Films and Tapes in Hospital Wound Care Segment—Top Growth Factors

Revenue Forecast

Usage Highlights

Usage Highlights (continued)

Transparent Films and Tapes in Ostomy Care Segment—Dashboard

Transparent Films and Tapes in Ostomy Care Segment—Top Growth Factors

Revenue Forecast

Usage Highlights

End-market Competitive Structure—Wound and Ostomy Care Segments

End-market Competitive Structure—Wound and Ostomy Care Segments (continued)

End-market Dressing Brands—Wound and Ostomy Care Segments

Transparent Films and Tapes in OTC Wound Care Segment—Dashboard

Transparent Films and Tapes in OTC Wound Care Segment—Top Growth Factors

Revenue Forecast

Usage Highlights

Usage Highlights (continued)

Transparent Films and Tapes in Lifestyle Market—Dashboard

Transparent Films and Tapes in Lifestyle Market—Top Growth Factors

Revenue Forecast

Percent Revenue Forecast by Segment

Revenue Forecast by Segments

Transparent Films and Tapes in Stick-to-skin Wearable Devices Segment—Dashboard

Transparent Films and Tapes in Stick-to-skin Wearable Devices Segment—Top Growth Factors

Revenue Forecast

Film Materials

Film Materials (continued)

Usage Highlights

Conversion Highlights

Conversion Highlights (continued)

Conversion Highlights (continued)

Conversion Highlights (continued)

Examples of End-market Technologies

Examples of End-market Technologies (continued)

Examples of End-market Technologies (continued)

End-market Regional Shares—Wearable Devices, All Categories

End-market Regional Shares—All Categories (continued)

End-market Application Shares—Wearable Devices, All Categories

End-market Application Shares—Wearable Devices, All Categories (continued)

End-market Competitive Structure—Wearable Devices, All Categories

Transparent Films and Tapes in Veterinary Care Segment—Dashboard

Transparent Films and Tapes in Veterinary Care Segment—Top Growth Factors

Revenue Forecast

Usage Highlights

Usage Highlights (continued)

Transparent Films and Tapes in Veterinary Care Segment—End-market Competitive Structure

Transparent Films and Tapes in Tattoo & Body Art Aftercare Segment—Dashboard

Transparent Films and Tapes in Tattoo & Body Art Aftercare Segment—Top Growth Factors

Revenue Forecast

Usage Highlights

Usage Highlights (continued)

Usage Highlights (continued)

Usage Highlights (continued)

Transparent Films and Tapes in Tattoo & Body Art Aftercare Segment—End-market Competitive Structure

Growth Opportunity 1—Wearable Device Trends

Growth Opportunity 2—Tattoo & Body Piercing Aftercare

Growth Opportunity 3—Partnerships with Converters

Growth Opportunity 4—Sterilized and Non-sterilized

Strategic Imperatives for Transparent Films and Tapes Market

The Last Word

Legal Disclaimer

List of Exhibits

List of Exhibits (continued)

List of Exhibits (continued)

List of Exhibits (continued)

List of Exhibits (continued)

The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition—Future of Your Company & Career

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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This study focuses on the North American transparent films and tapes market. The scope of this study includes the transparent films and tapes that are used as direct wound dressings, support or substrate for other dressings, and also to hold wearable devices. Transparent film dressings are polyurethane thin-film, semi-permeable membranes that allow water vapor and oxygen to pass through them, enabling fast healing. Film dressings are used as single layers or may be combined with other types of dressings like foam, hydrocolloid, hydrogel, or alginate. The transparent films and tapes market is diverse, with segmentation based on the end users and applications. Transparent films and tapes are segmented by applications in the healthcare sector (including hospital and OTC wound and ostomy care applications) and in the lifestyle sector [including wearable devices (patches), veterinary care, tattoo & body art aftercare applications]. The base year for the study is 2019, with forecasts running up to 2024. Revenue is defined as manufacturers (films suppliers) revenue, which is generated by transparent films and tapes to manufacturers (both brand owners and contractors) of wound dressings and wearable device products. The total transparent films and tapes in healthcare and lifestyle markets in North America generated $220.3 million in 2019 and it is likely to grow with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 10.6% to reach $365.2 million by 2024. The diversity of applications for transparent films and tapes in North America—healthcare (OTC and hospital-based wound care and ostomy care) and lifestyle (stick-to-skin wearable devices, tattoo & body art aftercare, veterinary care)—as moist wound dressings, support for other wound dressings, and also as substrate to devices will drive their demand. The total transparent films and tapes in healthcare and lifestyle markets in North America comprise major end-use markets: healthcare market $104.5 million (47.4%) and lifestyle market $115.8 million (52.6%). All transparent films and tapes to be placed on the skin must be clean for use. About 95.0% of film dressings are sterilized and are used for wound and ostomy care, OTC wound applications, veterinary care, and tattoo aftercare. Films and tapes for mounting wearable devices are usually not sterilized. In the past, film dressings were classified as advanced wound dressings. However, in recent years, many suppliers have removed the films dressing from their advanced wound dressings category or business group and have transferred them into general marketing of “supplies”. Author: Raghu Tanty
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Author Raghu Tantry
Industries Chemicals and Materials
WIP Number 9AB5-00-1C-00-00
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GPS Codes 9100-A2,9938-A2,9A72-A2,9595