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THE MARKET FOR ADVANCED WOUND CARE TECHNOLOGY

The total U.S. market for advanced wound care technologies was worth more than $2.3 billion in 2005. By the end of 2006 the market will reach almost $2.6 billion, and over a five-year period will grow at an average annual growth rate (AAGR) of 12.3% to reach $4.6 billion in 2011.

Wound care dressings, sealants, and antiadhesion products held the largest market share through the forecast period by a small margin, with 59.2% of the total market in 2006. By the end of 2011 the segment will hold 55% of the total U.S. market.

Wound healing devices account for a smaller portion of revenues with nearly 1.1 billion in estimated sales for 2006 or 40.8% of revenues. Products in this segment include electrostimulation products, hyperbaric oxygen therapies, vacuum assisted therapies, and other products.


TRENDS

Total Advanced Wound Care Market by Selected Segment, through 2011 ($ Millions)





WOUND CARE MARKET FOR ACT-1 & ACT-2

Management believes that ACT-1 and ACT-2 will have a wide variety of therapeutic capabilities. The following listed indications may be future diseases/conditions for which ACT-1 and/or ACT-2 can be used to treat.

PHARMACEUTICAL PRODUCTS

  • Diabetic Foot and Leg Ulcerations
    - Neuropathic, Decubitus
    - Necrobiosis lipoidica diabeticorum


  • Vascular Ulcerations
    - Venous stasis ulcerations
    - Arterial ulcerations
    - Varicose vein ulcerations
    - Post thrombotic ulcerations
    - Atrophie blanche ulcerations
    - Congenital absence of veins/ulcerations
    - Arteriovenous anastomosis
    - Temporal arthritis
    - Atherosclerosis
    - Hypertension (Microtel’s ulcerations)
    - Thrombosis
    - Embolism
    - Platelet agglutination
    - Hemangiomas


  • Traumatic Ulcerations
    - External injuries
    - Bums.
    - Scalds
    - Chemical
    - Post Surgical
    - Self Inflicted
    - Injection site
    - Neonatal or perinatal trauma
    - Sucking blisters


  • Surgical Ulcerations
    - Closed incision/excision
    - Open incision/excision
    - Stab wound
    - Necrotic incision/excision
    - Skin graft
    - Donor site


  • Other Ulcerations
    - Skin tears (traumatic ulcerations)
    - Fistula
    - Peristomal
    - Aplasia cutis congenital
    - Epidermolysis bullosa
    - Ectodermal dysplasias
    - Congenital protein C or S deficiency
    - Congenital erosive and vesicular dermatosis
    - Acrodermatitis enteropathica
    - Amputation stump ulcerations


  • Cryoglobulinemic ulcerations


  • Blood Diseases with Ulcerations:
    - Polycythemia
    - Spherocytosis
    - Sickle cell anemia


  • Skin Diseases with Ulcerations:
    - Tinea
    - Psoriasis
    - Pemphigoid
    - Pemphigus
    - Neurotic excoriations
    - Trichotillomania
    - Lichen planus


  • Chronic bullous dermatosis of childhood


  • Metabolic Disease Ulcerations:
    - Diabetes mellitus (see above)
    - Gout


  • Neuropathic Ulcerations:
    - Diabetes Mellitus (see above)
    - Tabes dorsalis
    - Syringomyelia


  • Ischemic Ulcerations:
    - Scars
    - Fibrosis
    - Radiation dermatitis


  • Vasculitis Ulcerations:
    - Lupus erythematosis
    - Rheumatoid arthritis
    - Scleroderma
    - Immune complex disease
    - Pyoderma gangrenosum
    - Lipodermatosclerosis and ulceration


  • Infectious Ulcerations:
    - Viral ulcerations (eg: Herpes simplex)
    - Bacterial infections with ulcerations
    - Tuberculosis
    - Leprosy
    - Swimming pool granuloma


  • Ulceration over osteomyelitis:
    - Buruli ulcer
    - Gas gangrene
    - Meleny’s ulcer
    - Bacterial gangrene with other bacterial infection (eg: streptococcus)
    - Scalded skin syndrome
    - Ecthyma gangrenosum (child with P. aeroginosa)


  • Toxic epidermal necrolysis:
    - Mycotic Ulcerations
    - Superficial fungal infection
    - Deep fungal infection
    - Spirochetal Ulcerations
    - Syphillis, Yaws


  • Leishmaniasis


  • Mydriasis


  • Cellulitis

OTC & CONSUMER PRODUCTS

  • Cosmetics
    - Anti-aging Products
    - Inflammation
    - Minor Skin Indications
    - Skin Restoration


  • Consumer Products
    - Shampoo
    - Mouthwash
    - Skin & Lip Creams
    - Lotions
    - Gel
    - Adhesive Bandages


  • Eye Care
    - Minor Inflammation
    - Itching & Dryness


  • Infestations and Bites:
    - Spider
    - Scorpions
    - Snakes
    - Fly larvae (mydriasis)


  • Cold Injury: Perniosis (erythrocyanosis frigida)