India Exposed to Diabetes Spike

By ReportBuyer, Special for  USDR

Diabetes is rapidly gaining the status of a potential epidemic in India with around 65 million people currently being affected by  it.

The Indian population that had faced under nutrition for a long time is now exposed to over nutrition and sedentary lifestyles. Coupled with a bad nutritional history and the fact that Indians are genetically more vulnerable to diabetes compared to other population groups, India’s struggle with diabetes is expected to be one of the biggest epidemics the country has ever  witnessed.

Here are the some key findings of the  study:

·         India’s diabetes statistics may ring alarm bells for the government and healthcare authorities, for drug and diagnostic manufacturers, however, it represents a  goldmine.

·         Fuelled by a continuous increase in the healthcare expenditures, the market for diabetes drugs and diagnostics is expanding robustly in the  country.

·         The market for diabetes drugs and diagnostics create lucrative opportunities for global healthcare companies at a time when growth rates in the more developed markets have  declined.

The report provides both current and future trends in the prevalence, demographical breakup, diagnosis and treatment of diabetes in India. The report has segmented the Indian diabetes market into three  segments:

·         Oral  Antidiabetics

·         Insulin

·         Diabetes  Diagnostics

For each of the aforementioned categories, the report provides historical and future market sales, performance of key classes and the performance of top  players.

This report can serve as an excellent guide for investors, researchers, consultants, marketing strategists and all those who are planning to foray into the Indian diabetes market in some form or the  other.

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