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US Market Report for Insulin 2017 - MedCore - Research and Markets

Research and Markets
Posted on: 17 Nov 16

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "US Market Report for Insulin 2017 - MedCore" report to their offering.

The U.S. insulin market can be segmented by insulin type, yielding four segments: long-acting insulin, rapid-acting insulin, premixed insulin and human insulin. In 2016, the largest segment in the total insulin market was long-acting insulin. Patent expirations and the introduction of new products will lead to higher unit sales growth in this segment, relative to the rapid-acting insulin, premixed insulin and human insulin segments.

Combined with steady appreciation of ASP, it is projected that long-acting insulin will be the fastest growing segment in the total insulin market over the forecast period. In terms of volume market share, premixed insulin represents the smallest portion of the total insulin market as well. It is expected that this trend will continue and ASP appreciation will follow the general upward trend of the total insulin market over the forecast period.

Key Topics Covered:

Table Of Contents I

List Of Figures Iv

List Of Charts Vi

Executive Summary

U.S. Diabetes Monitoring, Treatment And Drug Delivery Market Overview

Competitive Analysis

Market Trends

Market Developments

Procedure Numbers

Procedure Codes Investigated

Markets Included

Key Report Updates

Version History

Research Methodology

Companies Mentioned


Novo Nordisk

Eli Lilly


Johnson & Johnson

Becton Dickinson






Trividia Health


Nova Biomedical


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Last updated on: 17/11/2016

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