Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Dry Eye Syndrome - US Drug Forecast and Market Analysis to 2024" report to their offering.
Drug sales in the US reached $1.3 billion during 2014, making it the largest market within the 9MM. After an initial period of minimal growth, we estimate that the DES market will undergo a period of steady growth from 2016 and beyond, but this growth will begin to wane slightly towards the end of the forecast period.
This growth is mainly attributed to the expected introduction of the highly anticipated pipeline DES drug Lifitegrast in late 2016, and additional pipeline products in 2018. This expansion of treatment options for DES patients will have the added effect of increasing overall treatment rates in the US.
Key Topics Covered:
1 Tables & Figures
3 Disease Overview
4 Disease Management
5 Competitive Assessment
5.2 Product Profiles
5.2.1 Restasis (cyclosporine)
5.2.2 Diquas (diquafosol tetrasodium)
5.2.3 Mucosta ophthalmic solution (rebamipide)
5.2.4 Ikervis (cyclosporine)
5.2.5 Artificial Tears
5.2.6 Other Therapies
6 Unmet Need and Opportunity
6.2 New Therapies for DES
6.3 Better Diagnostic Tools
6.4 Appropriate Clinical Trial Design to Secure Regulatory Approval
6.5 Simplified Dosing
6.6 Patient Education to Improve Tolerance and Compliance
6.7 Improved Physician and Patient Disease Awareness
7 Pipeline Assessment
7.2 Clinical Trial Mapping
7.2.1 Clinical Trial Design for DES
7.2.2 Ora for DES Drug Development
7.3 Promising Drugs in Clinical Development
7.4 Promising Drugs in Early-Stage Development
7.4.4 Dextenza (OTX-DP)
7.5 Other Drugs in Development
8 Market Outlook
For more information about this report visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/nn5fxc/dry_eye_syndrome.
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Last updated on: 20/10/2016
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