Abdominal Binder Market – Size, Share, Outlook, and Forecast till 2026

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An abdominal binder is a wide elastic belt used around the abdominal area as a secondary lumbar support or to hold surgical drainage tubes in place. Abdominal binders are available in various sizes and widths. The belt is compressible and has a Velcro at the edges to ensure tight grip.

Abdominal binders are used as part of recovery process after abdominal surgery, caesarean section, bariatric surgery, exploratory laparotomy, hysterectomy, tummy tuck or spinal surgery. Increasing number of abdominal and spinal surgery, in turn, is increasing the demand for abdominal binders. Growth of the abdominal binders market is thus expected to increase in the near future.

Application of these binders such as reducing post-operative pain, psychological distress following the surgery, and deep breathing support makes abdominal binders a suitable recovery option post-surgery. This is expected to increase adoption of such binders by various hospitals and patients, in turn, boosting growth of the abdominal binders market.

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For instance, according to WHO, 2010, an abdominal binder should be the first line of defense for people experiencing a severe drop in blood pressure upon standing, which is called orthostatic intolerance (OI). Applying compression to the abdomens of people suffering from OI helped prevent blood pooling.

However, tight compression around a surgical site could result in discomfort, difficulty in breathing for some, while could also cause skin irritation. These factors pose as major restraints for growth of the abdominal binder market.

Alex Orthopedic Inc., a manufacturer of orthopedic medical products and accessories, is widely engaged in the production lumbar belts. The company offers a 10-inch tapered elastic back panel with four anti-roll stays, side panels with hook & loop closure tapering to 6 inches at the front and 4-inch tension straps overlapping at the abdomen providing additional support.

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Bird and Cronin, Inc. is a U.S.-based manufacturer of orthopedic soft goods and specialty patient care products. The company offers rigid-elastic abdominal binders with soft, flannel-laminated front panel. The belt has a hook-to-loop contact closure for easy adjustment and compression. The binder is highly adjustable and can be used for various sizes. It is available with or without two flexible-plastic anti-roll stays and is latex-free.

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