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Veterinary Sutures Market Trends

  • Report ID: GMI7168
  • Published Date: Jan 2024
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Veterinary Sutures Market Trends

  • The veterinary sutures industry is experiencing significant growth due to several key drivers. One of the primary drivers is the steadily growing pet population. For instance, according to the European Pet Food Industry Federation (FEDIAF), in 2022, there were 340 million pets in Europe, mostly cats (127 million) and dogs (104 million).

Therefore, as more households welcome pets into their families, the need for pet care, including surgical procedures with sutures, continues to rise. This growing pet ownership trend is further fueled by the increasing emphasis on quality veterinary healthcare, which encourages the use of sutures for various medical procedures.

  • Post-surgical complications in veterinary sutures can manifest due to various factors and may differ based on the nature of the surgery, the type of suture material employed, and the overall health of the animal patient. One common complication is wound dehiscence and infection at the surgical site, which can occur if pathogens infiltrate the wound, leading to inflammation, delayed healing, and further complications.

This can result from suture failure or excessive tension on the wound. Thus, such fragmentation can make it challenging for buyers to compare products effectively, thereby potentially limiting market growth.

Authors: Mariam Faizullabhoy, Gauri Wani

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) :

The market size of veterinary sutures reached USD 198 million in 2023 and is set to be worth USD 350.6 million by 2032, driven by the rising pet population and the increasing incidence of chronic diseases among animals.

Absorbable veterinary sutures industry generated USD 130.1 million in revenue in 2023, owing to the surging need for saving time and resources for both veterinarians and pet owners.

North America market is poised to expand at 5.9% CAGR from 2023 to 2032, led by the substantial pet population, the heightened awareness of animal health, and the well-developed veterinary care infrastructure in the region.

Some major veterinary suture companies are Johnson & Johnson, B. Braun Melsungen AG, CP Medical, Neogen Corporation, AIP Medical SA, Medtronic plc, Vetersut, Vitrex medical, KATSAN, and DemeTECH Corporation medical.

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  • Base Year: 2023
  • Companies covered: 10
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