Dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa (DEB) is a common skin disease with a chronic history and low healing rates. Despite current management therapies, the disease has the potential to become severe and devastating for many patients over time. Dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa is classified into six types: dominant dyst...Find More
Though a rare disease, generalized myasthenia gravis (gMG) still affects around 60,000 people in the US and another 100,000 in EU-5 and Japan. As per our analysis, the total diagnosed prevalent cases of gMG were approx 116K in the 7MM in 2021. These numbers are further estimated to increase by 2032. Moreover, t...Find More
Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia is the most common long-term respiratory morbidity of low-weight or premature infants, with the risk of development proportional to the degree of prematurity. It is also referred to as chronic lung disease of premature babies. It is a chronic respiratory disease that often occurs in low-w...Find More
Competitive inroads by Regeneron’s Eylea in the retinal vein occlusion treatment landscape changed the market once dominated by Roche.Moving forward, RVO’s robust pipeline, along with several VEGF inhibitors, creates trouble for the big ones; Lucentis and Eylea. Retinal vein occlusion is the second most common s...Find More
A Burn takes place when the skin comes into contact with a heat source. Burns can occur from many different sources. The most common sources that cause Burns are fire/flame, scalds, hot objects, electrical, and chemical agents, respectively. Burns is a common injury seen in emergency departments around the world. E...Find More
Pulmonary arterial hypertension is a progressive disease of the lung vascular system, primarily affecting the small pulmonary arterioles. Pulmonary arterial hypertension is defined as mean pulmonary artery pressure greater than 25 mm Hg measured during right heart catheterization. The term Pulmonary arterial hypert...Find More
Contract manufacturing is a type of outsourcing in which a company manufactures entire products or parts of larger products. Such services are employed in the medical device sector as well. Medical device OEMs (original equipment manufacturers) are companies that own the product outsource manufacturing to anot...Find More
The Pharma and Biotech Healthcare market has been an ever-changing industry in terms of the type of biopharmaceutical products innovated and launched, evolving from management of chronic diseases in the 1990s to the expansive marketing of generic drugs, to now moving onto personalized therapies. To increase the suc...Find More
The organ on a chip is a microfluidic culture device that recapitulates the complicated structures and functions associated with the living human organs. The microdevices are composed of a clear flexible polymer that is almost the size of a USB memory stick and comprises hollow microfluidic channels lined up with l...Find More
Drug pricing is one of the hottest topics in the healthcare segment. Several arguments have been put forward by people, governments, healthcare companies, and other organizations in favor of and against expensive medicines. Some of the drugs are so expensive that they are nearly out of reach of the common people. H...Find More
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