Immunoglobulin’s also called as Antibodies are large Y-shaped protein produced by B-cell. These are the glycoprotein molecule produced by plasma cells in response to entry of foreign entity such as bacteria and viruses in the body. Antiviral immunoglobulin is used for the prevention of lower respiratory tract infections, prevention of re-infection with HCV, treatments of diseases caused by the vaccinia virus, treatment of rare adverse reactions to smallpox vaccination, prevention of severe varicella-zoster infection. Antiviral drugs are a class of medication used specifically for treating viral infections rather than bacterial ones Antivirals are involved in inhibition of target pathogens unlike antibiotics which destroy their target pathogens.
Antiviral Immunoglobulin Market: Segmentation, Dynamics, Region-wise Outlook and Key Players
Antiviral immunoglobulin market is segmented on the basis of various distribution channels: Hospital pharmacies, Retail Pharmacies, Drug Stores; On the basis of mode of administration, we can segment the antiviral immunoglobulin market into: Subcutaneous, Intramuscular Injections, Intravenous
Antiviral immunoglobulin market in the pharmaceuticals sector is primarily driven by a few key factors such as the use of therapies for neurological disorders and primary immunodeficiency, growing incidence of bleeding disorders, aging population, and rise in life expectancy. In addition to this antiviral immunoglobulin market also observes significant growth due to increasing healthcare expenditure in developing countries. Antiviral immunoglobulin market gains a great drive from use in new disease indications such as myasthenia gravis. Antiviral immunoglobulin market is driven by the novel drug approvals by various regulatory agencies across the globe. Antiviral immunoglobulin market, however, leads to high treatment costs which limit the usage of antiviral immunoglobulin in the pharmaceutical industry. Antiviral immunoglobulin market is also associated with a significant number of risks regarding side effects and stringent government regulations.
Based on geography, the antiviral immunoglobulin market is segmented into seven major regions: North America, Eastern Europe, Latin America, Western Europe, Japan, Asia-Pacific without Japan and Middle East & Africa. At present, North America holds a leading position in the antiviral immunoglobulin market followed by Europe. North America market is driven by the regulations of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Recently the FDA has approved an only human immunoglobulin for subcutaneous use which has driven the growth of the antiviral immunoglobulin market in North America region. In the United States, FDA has given fast-track status to various drugs for easing the drug development process and bring more antiviral immunoglobulin medicines in the market. Also, different drugs are approved under an investigational new drug application (IND) protocol by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Such regulations and approval are likely to boost the antiviral immunoglobulin market in the North American region in the coming years. Following North America, Easter European countries are also anticipated to show steady growth in the antiviral immunoglobulin market. In the next few years, Asia-Pacific would show remarkable growth in the antiviral immunoglobulin market as it is developing at a very rapid pace and has shown the emergence of many regional players. The factors which would fuel the growth of antiviral immunoglobulin market in Asia-Pacific are rising healthcare infrastructure and rapid development of the healthcare infrastructure across the Asian countries. Antiviral immunoglobulin market would evolve at a rapid rate across the regions. However, North America would maintain its position in the overall antiviral immunoglobulin market.
It is expected that with due course of time, there will be an influx of well-established players in the Antiviral Immunoglobulin Market. Some of the top players operating in the antiviral immunoglobulin market are Sanofi Pasteur SA, Talecris Biotherapeutics, Inc., Bayer AG, AstraZeneca Plc, Biota Holdings Limited, Cangene Corporation, Omrix Biopharmaceuticals, Inc., CSL Behring, Baxter International Inc., among others. Antiviral immunoglobulin market has a presence of many regional players and multi-national players which have a huge market share in emerging countries and developed economies.
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