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Critical Care Therapeutics in Major Developed Market is Expected to Grow at a CAGR of 4.7% to $2.5 Billion in 2019
Date:7/12/2014

for the largest share (41%) of the global critical care market and is expected to post high growth at a CAGR of 7.5% until 2020. KCentra, the first four-factor PCC in the US, and Tretten, the first recombinant FXIII concentrate, were approved in 2013 and are expected to witness good uptake in the forecast period. Two additional factor concentrates approved in the US in 2009 – RiaStap (human fibrinogen concentrate) and ATryn (recombinant AT concentrate) – are also expected to increase their uptake, which will contribute to market growth. With no new significant launches in the forecast period, the European market is estimated to witness much slower growth, with the UK at a CAGR of 3.0%, France at 2.5%, Germany and Spain both at 2.3%, and Italy at 2.0%

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The report analyzes treatment usage patterns, market characterization, pipeline analysis and key licensing and co-development deals in critical care in the eight major developed markets of the US, UK, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Japan and Canada.

The report includes:

  • A brief introduction to the five major plasma-derived products in critical care and the indications that they are being used to treat, as well as disease overview, epidemiology, other treatment options, and treatment patterns
-Analysis of major marketed products in critical care, covering product performance in terms of the safety and efficacy of recent approvals
-A review of the critical care pipeline, including individual analysis of promising late-stage pipeline drugs that are most likely to enter the market during the forecast perio
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