Surge in geriatric patient population is one of the major factors driving the demand for disposable incontinence products across the globe. People aged above 60 are more susceptible to multiple disorders and health issues, and are mostly subjected to urine and fecal incontinence. Conditions like Parkinson's disease and renal disorders are some of the key causes of urine inconsistency.
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With numerous organization hinting a potential increase in global elderly population base, the need for disposable incontinence products could become imminent over time. For instance, as per recent statistics shared by the WHO (World Health Organization), population base aged over 60 years or older is anticipated to reach 2 billion by the end of the year 2050. While the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) states that chronic kidney disease (CKD) is prevailing in people aged over 65 years or older.
As per user gender type, the male disposable incontinence products market was valued at more than USD 2,991 million. According to the WHO, more than 220 million males patients suffer from prostate gland disorders. Also, urine incontinence is majorly seen among older men. On the flip side, disposable incontinence products market from below 20 years age users is expected to expand at 7.7% CAGR over the estimation timeframe. Increasing pediatric population is likely to facilitate this growth. Apparently, about 7% of children aged below 7-years and less than 1% of adults have urine incontinence.
Regionally speaking, Global Market Insights reports that the Latin America disposable incontinence care products market was dominated by Brazil in the year 2020, valuing at more than USD 135 million. Brazil holds the maximum share on the account of rising number of patients suffering from geriatric disorders and increasing technological advancements. Easy availability of skilled professionals is a key factor attracting the patient inflow in the hospitals. These factors are contributing to an increase in demand for incontinence products across hospitals and in home settings in the country.
Some of the key players operating in the disposable incontinence products industry are Attends Healthcare Products, Inc., Unicharm Corporation, Domtar Corporation, B. Braun Melsungen AG, Cardinal Health, Coloplast, Kimberly-Clark, Essity, and Abena among others. All of these major players are concentrating on taking several strategic initiatives like new product launches, mergers, and acquisitions to enhance their market presence. For instance, in May 2019, the Personal Care Division of Domtar Corporation launched a new Attends Premier product line of premium under-pads, briefs, and underwear. The strategic move assisted the company in strengthening its customer base.
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Chapter 5. Disposable Incontinence Products Market, By Application
5.1. Key segment trends
5.2. Urine Incontinence
5.2.1. Market size, by region, 2016– 2027(USD Million)
5.3. Fecal Incontinence
5.3.1. Market size, by region, 2016– 2027(USD Million)
5.4. Dual Incontinence
5.4.1. Market size, by region, 2016– 2027(USD Million)
Chapter 6. Disposable Incontinence Products Market, By Incontinence type
6.1. Key segment trends
6.2. Stress Incontinence
6.2.1. Market size, by region, 2016– 2027(USD Million)
6.3. Urge Incontinence
6.3.1. Market size, by region, 2016– 2027(USD Million)
6.4. Mixed Incontinence
6.4.1. Market size, by region, 2016– 2027(USD Million)
6.5.1. Market size, by region, 2016– 2027(USD Million)