Monthly Archives: February 2017

Dermatology Drug Market : Future Demand and Growth Analysis

Dermatological drugs are used in the management and treatment of diseases related to skin, nail, hair, and genital membranes. These diseases can be treated through topical as well as systemic medications, dermatological surgery, laser therapy, radio therapy, and photodynamic therapy. Increase in stress, changing food habits, deficiency of nutrients, lower immunity, and pollution has resulted in growth in patients with skin ailments. Acne and psoriasis are the most common skin disorders observed across the world. Topical dermatological drugs used to treat acne include local anesthetics, cleansers, anti-inflammatory agents, anti-infectives, emollients, and astringents. Surgical procedures for treatment of skin disorders is not preferred over dermatological drugs due to higher costs associated with surgery. Low cost associated with dermatological drugs is one of the major factors responsible for increasing demand in the market.

Critical Care Diagnostic Industry Trends and key Insights by 2024

Critical care is direct delivery of medical care by a physician(s) for a critically ill or injured patient. Critical care diagnostics involve intensive care of patients dealing with life-threatening conditions that require sophisticated invasive/non-invasive monitoring devices alongside other life support systems. Key factors supporting the industry growth include technological advancements, increase in geriatric population, awareness, and acknowledgment of vital organ’s tests by patients. However, higher cost of diagnostic techniques and lack of skilled labor are expected to hamper the growth of the market, especially in low to medium income countries.

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Bioceramics Market: Emerging Market Trends, Size, Share & Growth Analysis Market Research Report Forecast to 2016- 2024

Bioceramics are ceramic materials specially developed for use as medical and dental implants. These are usually used to replace hard tissue in the body such as bone and teeth. Common bioceramics are alumina, zirconia, and hydroxyapatite (a form of calcium phosphate). Ceramics are refractory polycrystalline compounds and are inorganic, highly inert, hard & brittle, have high compressive strength, are good electric and thermal insulators, and have good esthetic appearance.

Virus Filtration Market Share, Size, Growth & Forecast 2024 Illuminated by New Report

Virus filtration is an important procedure in the pharmaceutical industry. It ensures the purity and steady consumption of valuable products, besides optimizing the economic process and preventing loss. Virus filtration feed streams generally exhibit high purity and heavy product concentrations. Retrovirus and parvovirus filtration membranes are two ultrafiltration membranes tested (and their performances compared) using realistic model feed streams consisting of minute virus of mice (recommended from FDA). This approach provides an industry-relevant benchmark for the engineering competence of virus filters. Asymmetric membranes operate in direct flow and in a constant pressure mode in accordance with the industrial practice of virus filtration. However, new developments in research and development using flux method allow to image at the performance of virus filtration and similar ultrafiltration membranes, which also provides insights into designing virus filtration membranes.

Vascular Injury Market Upcoming trends in Healthcare IT Industry

Global Vascular Injury Market: Synopsis 

Peripheral vascular injuries are majorly due to blunt or penetrating trauma to the extremities. These injuries can result in disastrous consequences if they are not recognized and treated rapidly as they affect the major arteries, nerves and veins and can lead to long term disability and deformity. An injured artery results in more blood loss as compared to veins and is due to high pressure of blood in arteries than veins. Vascular injury associated with high energy gunshot wounds and blunt traumas resulting in fracture of extremity cases are associated with high risk of serious vascular injury however, the risk of serious injuries is low in the patients who suffer from low energy wounds (handguns, knives, etc.).

Uveal Melanoma Market: Emerging Trends & Upcoming Pharmaceutical Research

Global Uveal Melanom Market: Overview 

High Throughput Screening (HTS) Market Upcoming trends in Healthcare IT Industry

Global High Throughput Screening (HTS) Market: Synopsis 

High throughput screening (HTS) is a drug discovery technique employed for screening and evaluation of large number of biological modulators and effectors against selected target. Over last two decade, high throughput screening has gained a widespread popularity and has become a standard method of drug discovery in the pharmaceutical industry. The prime goal of high throughput screening technique is to accelerate drug discovery process by screening large number of compound libraries such as combinatorial chemistry, genomics, protein, and peptide libraries at a rate that may exceed a few thousand compounds per day or week. High-throughput screening methods are also used to characterize metabolic, pharmacokinetic and toxicological data for new drugs and thereby eventually reducing the cost of the drug development. High throughput screening comprises of several steps such as target identification, reagent preparation, compound management, assay development and high-throughput library screening.

Vancomycin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus Infection (VRSA) Market: Evolving Market Trends & Dynamics 2024

Global Vancomycin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus Infection (VRSA) Market: Brief Description 

Medical Textiles Market: Evolving Market Trends & Dynamics 2029

Healthcare textiles are known as medical textiles. It is one of the rapidly growing sectors in the technical textile market. Textile materials for healthcare and medical products ranges from simple bandage materials or gauze to scaffolds for tissue repairing and a large variety of prostheses for body implants. Usage   of medical textiles depends on their properties like flexibility, absorption, softness, filtering among others. Medical textiles can be classified as implantable materials, non-implantable materials, healthcare and hygiene products and extracorporeal products. Medical textiles find applications in medical and biological sectors. They are used for first aid, rehabilitation, hygienic purposes, or clinical purpose. Medical textiles are used for wound care, protecting the wound form infection, bandaging & pressure garment. Furthermore it is used for extra corporal and implantable material like art.

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