Increasing cases of chronic diseases, especially diabetes, is one of the major factors contributing to market growth. Since, long-term diabetic patients are majorly prone to diabetic leg ulcers, thus rising cases of diabetes are anticipated to positively impact the advanced wound therapy devices market growth. Rising cases of accidents, burns, and traumas are also attributed to the market growth. Burn wound is the most common type of acute wound and it is characterized by acute skin damage and causes the skin cells to die. Burn wounds are segmented into different levels such as first-degree, second-degree, third-degree, and fourth-degree burns, depending on the severity of the wound and nature of the treatment. Increasing cases of burn incidents across the globe are the major driving factor for the rising cases of burns. Advanced wound therapy devices such as Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) devices, electric stimulation devices, and pressure relief devices are very effective in treating diabetic foot and venous leg ulcers. Therefore, increasing the incidence of such diseases is anticipated to fuel the wound therapy devices market growth.