A drain is a tube to allow fluid or air that collect at an operation site or in a wound to drain freely to the surface. The different fluids are drained out from our body such as blood, serum , pus, urine, faeces, bile or lymph. It can be used according to demand of operation long or short time period the drainage system acts on various principles according to their type such as by gravity, by capillary effect, or by suction. It comes under various types like open-close and active-passive. The Surgical Drainage System widely used for general surgery, cardiac & thoracic surgery, orthopedics surgery obstetric/gynecological surgery, other surgeries.
- Increasing Demand Due To Growing No Chronic Diseases
- Growing Number Of Complicated Surgeries
- Presence Of Drain May Cause Extra Infection
The key Players profiled in the report are Acelity (United States), Teleflex Incorporated (United States), Cardinal Health (United States), Medtronic (Ireland), Zimmer Biomet (United States), Cook Medical (United States), Stryker (United States), B. Braun (Germany), ConvaTec (United Kingdom), C.R. Bard (United States), Redax (Italy), Ethicon (United States) and Romsons (India). Additionally, other players that are part of this comprehensive study are Medline Industries (United States), Poly Medicure (India), Global Medikit (India) and Degania Silicone (Israel).