Rabies Treatment market research is provided on major factors such as consumer needs and changes observed in them over time, market sales in terms of value and volume, emerging opportunities, market growth trends, factors driving this market, threats associated with them and market performance of key vendors along with key regions. Industry experts project Rabies Treatment market to grow at a CAGR of 4.91% during the period 2017-2021.
Rabies is a condition that causes thousands of deaths worldwide every year. Humans contract rabies when bitten by an animal infected with the rabies virus. The virus is transmitted when the saliva of the infected animal touches an open wound or mucous membrane. It infects the brain and ultimately leads to death.
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Rabies Treatment Market Trend, Challenge and Driver: –
Rabies Treatment Market trend: – The latest trend gaining momentum in the market is introduction of monoclonal antibodies. The spread of rabies infection can be prevented by the immediate administration of CCVs and RIGs. However, HRIG is not available developing countries such as India due to their high cost and transport complexities. Moreover, HRIG may transmit blood-borne diseases, as they are derived from human blood. Similarly, ERIG, derived from horse serum, causes various adverse effects. Extensive research and rigorous clinical trials to overcome this hurdle and meet the unmet demand for cost-effective biologics have led to the introduction of monoclonal antibodies to provide immediate immunity against rabies
Rabies Treatment Market Challenge: – one of the major factors hindering the growth of this market is high maintenance costs of vaccines. The high maintenance cost for vaccines is a key challenge hindering the growth of the global rabies treatment market, leading to lower acceptance among end-users. Rabies vaccines should be stored in specific cold temperatures to retain their efficacy.
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Rabies Treatment Market Driver: – One of the major drivers for this market is the need for contamination-free vaccines with novel culture media. Vaccines currently available for human use are cultured using formulations containing human or animal components. For instance, Verorab is a PVCV that uses bovine serum as a supplement in its media to stimulate vaccine production. The bovine serum is extracted from cows and contains the protein albumin, which adds nutritional values to the cell culture media. Despite its benefits, this serum has certain limitations and risks associated with high mortality rates. This serum has the potential to carry prions of bovine spongiform encephalopathy, commonly known as the mad cow disease, which can be transmitted to humans.
Consumer Landscape: –
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Key vendors operating in Rabies Treatment market space are Cadila Healthcare, GlaxoSmithKline, Merial, Sanofi, Merck and Pfizer.
Geographic Segmentation: – Americas, APAC, EMEA
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Some of the Objectives of Rabies Treatment Market Analysis & Forecast, from 2017 to 2021
- To provide detailed analysis of the market structure along with forecast for the next 4 years of various segments and sub-segments of the Flooring market
- To provide insights on factors affecting the market growth
- To analyze the Rabies Treatment market based on various tools such as Value Chain Analysis, and Porter’s Five Force Analysis.