Wound care is expected to see very little change over the forecast period, owing to the maturity of the landscape. What growth there is in current value terms will be linked to the rising prices of imported goods, as well as components for local production.
Wound care lacks the potential for significant growth over the forecast period due to the relatively stable and low demand for such products. This is because outdoor activities and sports are still relatively unpopular in Uzbekistan as a whole, especially when compared with other countries in the Commonwealth of Independent States, such as Russia.
The number of pharmacies in Tashkent and other regions is expected to continue to increase significantly over the forecast period, which will help to boost demand for wound care, as the continued availability of such products is ensured. As in the review period, availability will further be assisted by the government’s 2017 ruling which established a list of mandatory products that must be offered in every pharmacy, including medical cotton wool (sterile or non-sterile), bandages (sterile or non-sterile) and medical gauze.
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This is the aggregation of sticking plasters/adhesive bandages, first aid kits, and gauze, tape, and other wound care. Exclude products that prevent foot blisters and anti-scarring only variants.See All of Our Definitions
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