Skin Bank Market to Be Dominated by Burn Patients Segment Through 2027

By | August 3, 2022

The inflating need of skin bank due to the rising cases of accidents across the globe is anticipated to foster the market growth in the forecast period, 2023-2027.

According to TechSci Research report, “Skin Bank Market – Global Industry Size, Share, Trends, Opportunity, and Forecast, 2017-2027, the global Skin bank market is anticipated to witness a growth of steady CAGR in the forecast period, 2023-2027. Skin banking serve the primary purpose of providing severely burned patients with a ready source of skin allograft for expedient wound coverage after early excision of burn wounds. The utilization of cadaveric skin allografts for the temporary biological coverage for transplantation purpose on massive thermal injury is practiced in many major Burn Centers. It is relatively low cost and availability permits early complete excision of the burn wound which has been shown to lower the mortality, length of hospital stays and even blood loss. The secondary objective of the skin bank is to have an available source of skin allografts for research activities. For the set-up of skin bank, pertinent issues related to legislation, methods, logistics, quality assurance and donation rate are discussed. The establishment of the skin bank has aided in the management of severe burn patients by providing early excision and allografting. In a Burn Centre, therefore, it is important to have an ample supply of skin allograft for burn victims in readiness for mass disaster situations. All these aforementioned factors driving the market growth across the globe.

However, the launch of various novel products on high-cost range is restraining the growth of the skin bank market.

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The global skin bank market is segmented into skin graft, application, ownership, and regional distribution.

Based on the skin graft, the market is bifurcated into autograft and allograft. Allograft segment is projected to hold significant share in the market in the forecast period, 2023-2027. Allograft allows to take skin from a cadaver donor is utilized as a temporary measure until the own skin of a person can grow.

Based on application, the market is divided into burns patient, orthopedic trauma patients, non-healing ulcers, pressure-source, others. Burns patient segment is expected to hold the largest share in the market in the forecast period, 2023-2027. The growing number of burn patients across the globe especially in the low economic class due to the dowry system is estimated to witness the growth of this segment.

Based on the ownership, the market is segmented into public, private, others. Public segment is expected to dominate the market in the coming years, 2023-2027. Increasing demand of skin bank by public due to the rising incidences of skin injuries supports the segmental growth.

Leading market players operating in the global skin bank market are:

  • RCBN SKIN BANK National Burns Centre
  • Yorkshire Regional Tissue Bank
  • Dutch National Skin Bank
  • Euro Skin Bank
  • Evangelical University Hospital of Curitiba (HUEC) Bank
  • Ganga Hospital Skin Bank
  • SGH Skin Bank
  • New York Firefighters Skin Bank
  • Helsinki Skin Bank
  • OGH Skin Bank


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“The skin in a major burn patient is deficient even after meshing of skin graft. The availability of skin substitutes including Integra may be not economical for burn patients, skin cultures may be available in limited quantity, and in very few centres. In such situation, cadaveric skin graft considered as the major source of the skin. Skin banking refers to a process in which skin grafts are harvested from a cadaveric donor and stored (banked) for further use. The skin from a donor is usually harvested within 6 h of death, stored in glycerol, and then taken to a skin bank. At skin bank, it undergoes processing, and is stored in skin bank, where after processing it is stored in skin bank. Cultured epidermal cells were utilized in burn treatment for decades, with moderate success. The novel advancements and application techniques have revived the interest in this technology. Dermal substitutes have gained prominence in modern burn care, and new developments combine the usage of epidermal cells and dermal equivalents including dermal cells, generating full skin substitutes. Continuous technological evolution the regulatory position of upgraded therapy medicinal products is highlighted as they have become important parts of the development of cell-seeded skin substitute products. This, in turn, is anticipated to accelerate the growth of the skin bank market till 2027” said Mr. Karan Chechi, Research Director with TechSci Research, a research based global management consulting firm.

Skin Bank Market – Global Industry Size, Share, Trends, Opportunity, and Forecast, 2017-2027 By Skin Graft (Autograft v/s Allograft), By Application (Burns patient, Orthopedic Trauma patients, Non-Healing Ulcers, Pressure-Source, Others), By Ownership (Public, Private, Others) and By Region”, has evaluated the future growth potential of global skin bank market and provides statistics & information on market size, structure, and future market growth. The report intends to provide cutting-edge market intelligence and help decision makers take sound investment decisions. Besides, the report also identifies and analyzes the emerging trends along with essential drivers, challenges, and opportunities in global skin bank market.

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