27 July 2018
Visiongain’ has launched a new pharma report Global Overactive Bladder Treatment Market 2018-2028: Prescription Drugs, OTC Drugs, Short-term Therapy, Long-term Therapy
It is estimated that about one in six adults in the US and Europe have over active bladder syndrome. The prevalence rate of over active bladder increases with age and thus it is expected that over active bladder will become more common in the future as the average age of people living in the developed countries is significantly increasing. The Global Overactive bladder therapeutic market is growing rapidly, with large opportunity to grow in the untapped APAC region mainly because of the introduction of low-cost generic products in rapidly developing countries such as India and China.
The lead analyst of the report commented “The global overactive bladder therapeutic market is driven by several factors such as increasing prevalence of urinary incontinence, increasing awareness of the disease and its comorbidities, growing diagnosis and treatment rates as well as limited number of current players. Moreover, there are various national and international level policies being adopted by a growing number of countries to combat overactive bladder related symptoms”
Leading companies featured in the report include Allergan, Apotex, Astellas, Medtronic, Mylan, Pfizer, Sanofi.
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