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A natural hormone made by the pancreas that controls the level of the sugar glucose in the blood. Insulin permits cells to use glucose for energy. Cells cannot utilize glucose without insulin. In type II diabetes, the beta cells produce insulin, but cells throughout the body do not respond normally to it. Nevertheless, insulin also may be used in type II diabetes to help overcome the resistance of cells to insulin.
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This report discusses the implications of the above-mentioned trends in the context of the current size and growth of the diabetes market, discussed both in global terms and in terms of the most important national markets. Companies in the relevant pharmaceutical and medical industries are discussed, with profiles of the leaders and an update on merger and acquisition (M&A) activity. Five-year global sales forecasts are provided for main drug and device categories, and breakdowns are provided for several national markets.
The aim of this report is to provide detailed market, technology, and industry analyses to help readers quantify and qualify the market for drugs used in the treatment of diabetes and for devices and instruments used in the diagnosis and monitoring of diabetes. Special emphasis is given to major forces contributing to the vigorous growth of the diabetes market. Important trends are identified and sales forecasts by product categories and major country markets are provided through 2017. These forecasts are based on epidemiological data and projections, as well as on information about R&D trends and differential market potential on a country-by-country basis. Health care policies, demographics, and the wider economic environment are also taken into account.
A drug is in the broadest of terms, a chemical substance that has known biological effects on humans or other animals. Foods are generally excluded from this definition, in spite of their physiological effects on animal species. In pharmacology, a drug is "a chemical substance used in the treatment, cure, prevention, or diagnosis of disease or used to otherwise enhance physical or mental well-being. “Drugs may be used for a limited duration, or on a regular basis for chronic disorders. Recreational drugs are chemical substances that affect the central nervous system, such as opioids or hallucinogens. Alcohol, nicotine, and caffeine are the most widely consumed psychotropic drugs worldwide.
A drug is any chemical you take that affects the way your body works. Alcohol, caffeine, aspirin and nicotine are all drugs. A drug must be able to pass from your body into your brain. Once inside your brain, drugs can change the messages your brain cells are sending to each other, and to the rest of your body. They do this by interfering with your brain's own chemical signals: neurotransmitters that transfer signals across synapses.
A drug is a chemical substance that can change how your body and mind work. Drugs of abuse are substances that people use to get high and change how they feel. They may be illegal drugs like pot, cocaine, or heroin. Or they may be legal for adults only, like alcohol and tobacco. Medicines that treat illness can also become drugs of abuse when people take them to get high not because they're sick and following their doctor's orders. People can even abuse cough or cold medicines from the store if they ignore the directions and take too much at one time.
The dimensions of the surging diabetes epidemic can be witnessed in stark outline against previous smaller estimates only a few years back. Increased awareness of this “modern plague” has led naturally to improve and more frequent testing practices. This new awareness has also led to improved treatment compliance by patients. Added to these are the more expensive therapies and increased penetration of continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) approaches, which all combine to build a public health menace of accelerating proportions. For the purpose of market analyses in this report, the global market is defined as 13 countries which together make up over 80% of the total diabetes universe. These countries are the U.S., Canada, Brazil, Mexico, China, India, Japan, Russia, Germany, France, Italy, Spain and the U.K. Market figures are based on revenues at the manufacturer level and are projected at 2012-dollar value without attempting to predict the effect of inflation/deflation. Therapeutic categories discussed include insulins and oral hypoglycemic agents, devices including blood glucose monitors and accessories, and software aids to self-management of diabetes by patients.
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