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"Over one-third of Ferring's research and development investment goes towards finding breakthrough treatments that help mothers and babies, from conception to birth, with the goal of contributing to safe pregnancies and deliveries," says Per Falk, Chief Scientific Officer and Executive Vice President, Ferring Pharmaceuticals. "This collaboration reinforces our commitment to improving maternal care through scientific innovation and complements our active research programmes in preeclampsia and preterm birth as well as our recent investments in microbiome research to better understand these conditions." "The high rate of preterm birth in the U.S. and around the world is an avoidable human tragedy," says Stacey D. Stewart, President of the March of Dimes. "We must do more to save families from the trauma caused by prematurity and the pain of losing a baby born too soon. March of Dimes staff and volunteers are grateful to Ferring Pharmaceuticals for supporting cutting-edge research to help us fulfill our goal to give every baby a chance to be born healthy." The March of Dimes Prematurity Research Centers3 encompass approximately 200 scientists in numerous fields, including obstetrics, neonatology, genetics and genomics, immunology, engineering, informatics, and social sciences. These Centers work together at multiple levels, sharing findings and data to expedite findings on the underlying causes of preterm birth. David K. Stevenson, M.D., Senior Associate Dean for Maternal and Child Health and Co-Director of the Child Health Research Institute at Stanford University School of Medicine, is the principal Investigator of the first March of Dimes Prematurity Research Center. "My colleagues and I in the current Prematurity Research Centers are very excited by the opportunities this new funding provides and the collaboration with top researchers in Europe," he says. "European countries have some of the lowest rates of preterm birth in the world, and we would love to share in the wealth of data and experience of our colleagues there." "We don't just want to solve the knowledge gap on prematurity," says Joe Leigh Simpson, MD, Senior Vice President for Research and Global Programs at the March of Dimes. "We want to find new clinical and policy-based solutions for families and societies around the world to prevent preterm birth." Preterm birth (before 37 weeks of pregnancy) and its consequences are the leading cause of death among babies in the U.S. and worldwide among children under age five (see infographic here). Babies who survive an early birth often face serious and lifelong health problems, including chronic lung disease, vision and hearing impairment, cerebral palsy, and neurodevelopmental disabilities.2 Headquartered in Saint-Prex, Switzerland, Ferring Pharmaceuticals is a research-driven, specialty biopharmaceutical group active in global markets. A leader in reproductive and maternal health, Ferring has been developing treatments for mothers and babies for over 50 years. Today, over one third of the company's research and development investment goes towards finding innovative treatments to help mothers and babies, from conception to birth. The company also identifies, develops and markets innovative products in the areas of urology, gastroenterology, endocrinology and orthopedics. Ferring has its own operating subsidiaries in nearly 60 countries and markets its products in 110 countries. For further information on Ferring or its products, visit www.ferring.com.   For more information on preterm birth and Ferring's work in this area, view our infographic Preterm birth: A global issue. The March of Dimes is the leading nonprofit organization for pregnancy and baby health. For more than 75 years, moms and babies have benefited from March of Dimes research, education, vaccines, and breakthroughs. For the latest resources and health information, visit our websites marchofdimes.org and nacersano.org. If you have been affected by prematurity or birth defects, visit our shareyourstory.org community to find comfort and support. For detailed national, state and local perinatal statistics, visit peristats.org. You can also find us on Facebook or follow us on Instagram and Twitter. 1,2 Born Too Soon: The Global Action Report on Preterm Birth. (WHO, March of Dimes) 2012.  3 Current March of Dimes Prematurity Research Centers are located at (with date of launch): To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/ferring-commits-10-million-to-march-of-dimes-to-expand-research-needed-to-end-preterm-birth-300460419.html


Saint-Prex, Switzerland and White Plains, N.Y., USA, May 23, 2017 - Ferring Pharmaceuticals and the March of Dimes Foundation announced today that Ferring has committed $10 million to support the network of March of Dimes Prematurity Research Centers that are discovering the biological causes of preterm birth. Included in Ferring's contribution is funding for a new European-based Prematurity Center, which will become a partner of the existing five U.S.-based centers. Both Ferring and March of Dimes are committed to advancing research to help prevent the 15 million annual preterm births recorded globally, including about 380,000 in the United States. Preterm birth is the leading cause of death in babies in the U.S. and of children under age 5 around the world, and is responsible for 1.1 million infant deaths each year. "Over one-third of Ferring's research and development investment goes towards finding breakthrough treatments that help mothers and babies, from conception to birth, with the goal of contributing to safe pregnancies and deliveries," says Per Falk, chief scientific officer and executive vice president, Ferring Pharmaceuticals. "This collaboration reinforces our commitment to improving maternal care through scientific innovation and complements our active research programmes in preeclampsia and preterm birth as well as our recent investments in microbiome research to better understand these conditions." "The high rate of preterm birth in the U.S. and around the world is an avoidable human tragedy," says Stacey D. Stewart, president of the March of Dimes. "We must do more to save families from the trauma caused by prematurity and the pain of losing a baby born too soon. March of Dimes staff and volunteers are grateful to Ferring Pharmaceuticals for supporting cutting-edge research to help us fulfill our goal to give every baby a chance to be born healthy." The March of Dimes Prematurity Research Centers encompass approximately 200 scientists in numerous fields, including obstetrics, neonatology, genetics and genomics, immunology, engineering, informatics, and social sciences. These Centers work together at multiple levels, sharing findings and data to expedite findings on the underlying causes of preterm birth. David K. Stevenson, M.D.,senior associate dean for Maternal and Child Health and co-director of the Child Health Research Institute at Stanford University School of Medicine, is the principal Investigator of the first March of Dimes Prematurity Research Center. "My colleagues and I in the current Prematurity Research Centers are very excited by the opportunities this new funding provides and the collaboration with top researchers in Europe," he says. "European countries have some of the lowest rates of preterm birth in the world, and we would love to share in the wealth of data and experience of our colleagues there." "We don't just want to solve the knowledge gap on prematurity," says Joe Leigh Simpson, MD, Senior Vice President for Research and Global Programs at the March of Dimes. "We want to find new clinical and policy-based solutions for families and societies around the world to prevent preterm birth." Preterm birth (before 37 weeks of pregnancy) and its consequences are the leading cause of death among babies in the U.S. and worldwide among children under age five. Babies who survive an early birth often face serious and lifelong health problems, including chronic lung disease, vision and hearing impairment, cerebral palsy, and neurodevelopmental disabilities. Headquartered in Saint-Prex, Switzerland, Ferring Pharmaceuticals is a research-driven, specialty biopharmaceutical group active in global markets. A leader in reproductive and maternal health, Ferring has been developing treatments for mothers and babies for over 50 years. Today, over one third of the company's research and development investment goes towards finding innovative treatments to help mothers and babies, from conception to birth. The company also identifies, develops and markets innovative products in the areas of urology, gastroenterology, endocrinology and orthopedics. Ferring has its own operating subsidiaries in nearly 60 countries and markets its products in 110 countries. For further information on Ferring or its products, visit www.ferring.com. For more information on preterm birth and Ferring's work in this area, view our infographic Preterm birth: A global issue. The March of Dimes is the leading nonprofit organization for pregnancy and baby health. For more than 75 years, moms and babies have benefited from March of Dimes research, education, vaccines, and breakthroughs. For the latest resources and health information, visit our websites marchofdimes.org and nacersano.org. If you have been affected by prematurity or birth defects, visit our shareyourstory.org community to find comfort and support. For detailed national, state and local perinatal statistics, visit peristats.org. You can also find us on Facebook or follow us on Instagram and Twitter. Current March of Dimes Prematurity Research Centers are located at (with date of launch):


News Article | June 1, 2017
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SAINT-PREX, Switzerland--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Ferring Pharmaceuticals announced today that Aaron Graff has been appointed Executive Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer and made a member of the Ferring Group Executive Board, effective immediately. Aaron Graff joined Ferring in 2002 as Vice President Global Marketing, Business Development, and Medical Affairs, based in Copenhagen, Denmark. After leading the acquisition and integration of Israeli biopharmaceutical company BTG in 2005, he relocated his team to the newly established Ferring International Center in Saint-Prex, Switzerland, where he was promoted to Senior Vice President, Asia Region and Global Marketing. Since 2010, Graff has led Ferring’s U.S. operations from its U.S headquarters in New Jersey, first as Chief Operating Officer and since 2016 as Chief Executive Officer. “Under Aaron’s leadership in the United States, our U.S. business grew at double-digit rates,” said Michel Pettigrew, President of the Executive Board and Chief Operating Officer, Ferring Pharmaceuticals. “His broad, global professional experience and track record make him uniquely qualified for this important role.” Prior to joining Ferring, Graff worked at Bristol-Myers Squibb for over 17 years in a variety of sales, marketing and commercial operations management positions. Headquartered in Saint-Prex, Switzerland, Ferring Pharmaceuticals is a research-driven, specialty biopharmaceutical group active in global markets. A leader in reproductive and maternal health, Ferring has been developing treatments for mothers and babies for over 50 years. Today, over one third of the company’s research and development investment goes towards finding innovative treatments to help mothers and babies, from conception to birth. The company also identifies, develops and markets innovative products in the areas of urology, gastroenterology, endocrinology and orthopaedics. Ferring has its own operating subsidiaries in nearly 60 countries and markets its products in 110 countries. For further information on Ferring or its products, visit www.ferring.com.


Ferring Pharmaceuticals today announced that the Scottish Medicines Consortium (SMC) has given a positive decision for the use of NOQDIRNA®.[1] "The SMC decision is great news for patients and their families, as it now means they will have access to this effective treatment, for a condition that is complex to treat, can be very bothersome and have a severe negative impact on a patient's independence and quality of life." Nocturia - the need to wake at night to pass urine - is a complex medical condition that impacts around 8.63 million people in the UK.12 Night-time overproduction of urine, or nocturnal polyuria, is thought to contribute in up to 76-88% of these cases.[5],[6] The burden to the UK economy is estimated to be £1.35 billion a year through hospital costs of managing nocturia and its associated consequences, and £4.32 billion through work absenteeism and loss of productivity.[12] "Nocturia can have a significant impact on a patient's quality of life, and on that of their partners. The act of getting up in the middle of the night to pass urine and sometimes several times, is also particularly concerning in the elderly, because of the risk of trips and falls", said Bladder Health UK. "We welcome the addition of NOQDIRNA® as a treatment option to improve the lives of our patients and help restore their independence". In addition to increased falls and fractures, the poor sleep associated with nocturia can impact the physical, mental and emotional health of adults of all ages, leading to reduced daytime productivity, a decreased quality of life and an increased morbidity and mortality.[7-12] A study has shown that waking up two or more times a night to urinate increases a person's risk of mortality by up to 22%.[8] NOQDIRNA® once-daily melt formulation is administered sublingually without the need for water is available in gender-specific low doses, tailored specifically for men (50 μg) and women (25 μg). NOQDIRNA® significantly reduces the average number of night-time urinations, compared with the placebo groups and was shown to nearly double the probability of patients achieving the primary endpoint of the studies. It was also shown to reduce nocturnal urine volume in men and women by more than 200 ml, as well as, increase the time to first void in people with nocturia, allowing people to have an average undisturbed sleep period of approximately 4.5 hours. NOQDIRNA® oral lyophilisate contains the active substance desmopressin acetate as lyophilisate, a synthetic analogue of the naturally occurring vasopressin, which is an antidiuretic hormone that promotes water absorption by the kidneys. Desmopressin in NOQDIRNA® works by mimicking the effect of vasopressin, binding to specific receptors in the kidneys, concentrating urine and leading to reduced night-time production.[13],[14] Nocturia is a complex condition characterised by the regular need to awaken once or more during a night to urinate (or void the bladder).[3] Although there are several reasons why people may be affected by nocturia, the night-time overproduction of urine - known as nocturnal polyuria - contributes in up to 76-88% of cases.[5],[6] Factors other than nocturnal polyuria that contribute to nocturia include an overactive bladder, enlarged prostate, weakened bladder muscles, cystitis, obesity, diabetes, and use of diuretics.[15],[16],[17] A person with nocturnal polyuria makes too much urine at night, even though their total 24-hour production may remain normal. Nocturia affects up to 8.63 million people in the UK[12] and can impact those living with the condition in a variety of ways. Increased risk of falls and fractures due to nocturia can be particularly problematic for older people, who are more prone to fractures and are most likely to be affected by nocturia. Falls may arise directly from the need to make night-time trips to the bathroom or due to sleepiness during the day.[10],[11] Nocturia is a leading cause of sleep disturbance across all ages[18] and has been associated with significant health problems, such as obesity, diabetes, a weakened immune system and even some cancers. Lack of sleep is related to many psychological conditions, such as depression, anxiety and psychosis, and may lead to feelings of tiredness, reduction in daytime productivity and a decreased quality of life. The early hours of sleep include the majority of the night's slow-wave sleep, which is very important - adults with nocturia spend 35% less time in slow-wave sleep than those without nocturia.[19] Studies also suggest that lack of sleep due to nocturia is associated with an increased mortality rate, night sweats, leg cramps and problems with perception and balance leading to increased falls and injuries.[7-12] Between 58 and 66% of women and men in the age group 50-59 years have reported experiencing nocturia, and between 63 and 75% of patients with nocturia believe it is troublesome.[15] In the UK, it is estimated that the economic burden is £1.35 billion a year through hospital costs of managing nocturia and its associated consequences, and £4.32 billion a year through work absenteeism and loss of productivity.[12] Headquartered in Saint-Prex, Switzerland, Ferring Pharmaceuticals is a research-driven, specialty biopharmaceutical group active in global markets. The company identifies, develops and markets innovative products in the areas of reproductive health, urology-oncology, gastroenterology, endocrinology and orthopaedics. Ferring Pharmaceuticals has its own operating subsidiaries in nearly 60 countries and markets its products in 110 countries. To learn more about Ferring Pharmaceuticals or its products please visit http://www.ferring.com


MetaboGen AB and Ferring Pharmaceuticals announce a research collaboration aimed at developing a microbiome-based product to prevent and treat Intrahepatic Cholestasis of Pregnancy (ICP). In December recruitment of patients for the first clinical trial begins. MetaboGen has developed and patented a concept for how the microbiome (the overall expression of microbial genes) could affect intrahepatic cholestasis of pregnancy, a disorder affecting around 400,000 pregnant women annually. Recruitment of patients for the first clinical study begun 6 December 2016. The 18-month long study is conducted in cooperation with the Women’s Clinic in Lund, Sweden. 100 pregnant women will be included in the trial. In December 2014 BioGaia took the decision to invest SEK 12 million in MetaboGen AB, and BioGaia's Group President Peter Rothschild became Chairman of the Board of the company. The investment was to be made over a two-year period and the last of three investments was done 30 November 2016. BioGaia's share of MetaboGen today amounts to 36 percent and BioGaia has no current plans of changing this. "BioGaia's investment in MetaboGen is long term and aims at developing the next generation of probiotic products, based on in-depth analyses of the microbiome. The research field is expanding rapidly and several large pharmaceutical companies have invested in microbiome companies. We are very positive about MetaboGen’s collaboration with Ferring, which is an ideal partner for this type of product. It is also satisfying that MetaboGen already is underway with a clinical trial”, says Peter Rothschild, Group President BioGaia. What is Intrahepatic Cholestasis of Pregnancy (ICP)? Intrahepatic cholestasis of pregnancy (ICP) is a disorder that can develop in pregnancy. ICP affects about 400,000 pregnant women annually and is a recurrent disease: 70 per cent of women who have been diagnosed with ICP during their first pregnancy will be affected again in following pregnancies. In addition to itching, which may be intense and very uncomfortable for the mother, there are links between ICP and preterm birth and gestational diabetes. Headquartered in Switzerland, Ferring Pharmaceuticals is a research-driven, specialty biopharmaceutical group active in global markets. The company identifies, develops and markets innovative products in the areas of reproductive health, urology, gastroenterology, endocrinology and orthopaedics. Ferring has its own operating subsidiaries in nearly 60 countries and markets its products in more than 100 countries. MetaboGen is a research-driven company with a focus on the microbiome and its impact on health. The company was founded in Gothenburg, Sweden and is based on break-through science from the labs of Professor Fredrik Bäckhed (University of Gothenburg) and Professor Jens B Nielsen (Chalmers University of Technology). Since 2011, MetaboGen develops products based on advanced mapping of the intestinal microflora composition. In 2014 BioGaia AB invested in the company. MetaboGen’s technology, along with more than 25 years of experience in the development of probiotics from BioGaia, provides the company with a unique opportunity to develop the next generation of microbial products. BioGaia is an innovative Swedish healthcare company that develops, markets and sells probiotic products with documented health benefits. The products are sold through local distribution partners in around 90 countries worldwide. The class B share of the Parent Company BioGaia AB is quoted on the Mid Cap list of Nasdaq OMX Nordic Exchange Stockholm. biogaia.com This information was brought to you by Cision http://news.cision.com


News Article | February 15, 2017
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SAINT-PREX, Switzerland--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Ferring today announced the recipients of the 2016-2017 Ferring Innovation Grants program, an annual initiative of the Ferring Research Institute (FRI) which provides grants of up to $100,000 for early stage research. The program focuses on novel extracellular drug targets addressable with peptides or proteins within Ferring’s core therapeutic areas: reproductive health, gastroenterology, urology, and endocrinology. The 2016-2017 awardees and their research subjects are: Stuart Brierley - Flinders University, Australia Venom-derived NaV1.1 inhibitors as novel candidates for treating chronic visceral pain associated with IBS James Deane - Hudson Institute of Medical Research, Australia Investigating the requirement for Notch and Hedgehog signalling in the endometrial stem/progenitor populations that cause endometriosis Marie van Dijk - University of Amsterdam, Netherlands ELABELA as a potential biomarker and therapeutic for pre-eclampsia Florenta Kullmann - University of Pittsburgh, USA Artemin: a novel target for treatment of interstitial cystitis/bladder pain syndrome Mireille Lahoud - Monash University, Australia The development of Clec12A-ligands as a therapeutic approach to regulate gastrointestinal inflammation Padma Murthi - Monash University, Australia Investigating the role of novel peptide receptor as an effective target to improve placental function in preeclampsia Markus Muttenthaler - The University of Queensland, Australia Mapping the location and function of oxytocin and vasopressin receptors throughout the gut Rodrigo Pacheco – Fundación Ciencia & Vida and Universidad Andres Bello, Santiago, Chile Targeting heteromers formed by G-protein coupled receptors involved in the gut-homing of T-cells in inflammatory bowel diseases Aritro Sen – The University of Rochester, USA Regulation of AMH expression by GDF9+BMP15 and FSH during follicular development as a novel therapeutic option “We look forward to the outcomes of the research being carried out by our grant awardees,” said Keith James, President of FRI and Senior Vice President, Research and Development. “Ferring is committed to stimulating basic research, with the ultimate aim of developing innovative products that improve the lives of patients.” Applications for the 2017-2018 Ferring Innovation Grants programme will open in spring/summer 2017. For more information on this year’s program, visit www.ferring-research.com/ferring-grants. About Ferring Research Institute Inc Located in San Diego, California Ferring Research Institute Inc. (FRI) is the global peptide therapeutics research center for Ferring Pharmaceuticals. FRI is committed to building a portfolio of novel, innovative peptide-based drugs and biologicals to address the high unmet medical need for patients in our therapeutic areas of interest. For more detailed information please visit www.ferring-research.com. About Ferring Pharmaceuticals Headquartered in Switzerland, Ferring Pharmaceuticals is a research-driven, specialty biopharmaceutical group active in global markets. The company identifies, develops and markets innovative products in the areas of reproductive health, urology, gastroenterology, endocrinology and orthopaedics. Ferring has its own operating subsidiaries in nearly 60 countries and markets its products in 110 countries. To learn more about Ferring or its products please visit www.ferring.com.


Mirixa Corporation, a leading healthcare technology and services company offering Medication Therapy Management (MTM), adherence, and other pharmacist-delivered patient care services, has announced the promotions of Karen Litsinger to senior vice president of operations and general counsel and Eric Hoessel to vice president of sales. Litsinger joined Mirixa in 2008 after serving as a partner at Sonnenschein Nath and Rosenthal (now Dentons) and a vice president at America Online. She has been serving Mirixa as General Counsel in addition to leading the compliance, privacy, and corporate development teams. Litsinger has also held the role of interim CEO. “Karen’s service to Mirixa has been invaluable in the eight years she has been with our company,” said Frank Harvey, Mirixa’s chief executive officer. “In her new role, Litsinger will continue to handle many of her current responsibilities, as well as expanding into several new operational areas.” Based in the Reston, VA headquarters, Ms. Litsinger is a past president and board member of both the National Capital Region Chapter of the Association of Corporate Counsel and Ayuda, Inc. She holds a J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center and an A.B. from Duke University. Eric Hoessel joined Mirixa in early 2015 as regional vice president focused on western managed care payers. His recent promotion to vice president of sales will allow Hoessel to focus his depth of industry knowledge and expertise on clients nationwide. Hoessel has enjoyed a successful career in both the pharmaceutical and pharmacy sectors; holding positions of increasing responsibility at large and small organizations including Johnson & Johnson, Schwarz Pharma, Ferring Pharmaceuticals and Walgreen’s. “Eric’s diverse background, virtually unmatched in the healthcare industry, makes him a tremendous asset to Mirixa Corporation. With his extensive knowledge of the marketplace, and superior customer relations skills, Eric is a great fit for this new role leading our sales team,” said Harvey. Based outside of Albuquerque, NM, Hoessel holds a B.A. in Psychology/Management from the University of Wisconsin – Whitewater. For more information about Mirixa and the products offered, visit http://www.mirixa.com. Mirixa Corporation is a leading healthcare technology and services company. We identify and connect patients with trusted pharmacists and other healthcare providers for individualized medication counseling. Our innovative technology and services improve patients’ health and reduce costs. For more information, please visit http://www.Mirixa.com.


Russia Viscosupplementation Market Expected to Grow at a CAGR of 5.3% During 2016 to 2026 Future Market Insights has announced the addition of the “Viscosupplementation Market: Russia Industry Analysis and Opportunity Assessment, 2016-2026" report to their offering. Valley Cottage, NY, February 26, 2017 --( According to Future Market Insights’ recent report, titled “Viscosupplementation Market: Russia Industry Analysis and Opportunity Assessment, 2016-2026,” nearly 70% of viscosupplementation revenues amassed across Russia in 2016 were accounted by three-injection viscosupplementation. The report estimates that the Russian viscosupplementation market incurred revenues worth over RUB 1.13 billion (US$ 19 million) in 2016. Registering a steady increment at 5.3% CAGR, Russia’s viscosupplementation revenues are expected to reach RUB 2.02 billion (US$ 34 million) by the end of 2026. With higher demand for three-injection viscosupplementation, Russia’s healthcare industry leaders will continue to extend production of three-injection viscosupplementation products as opposed to single injection and five-injection viscosupplementation products. Request For Sample@ http://www.futuremarketinsights.com/reports/sample/rep-ru-2897 The report also establishes projections regarding the end-use of viscosupplementation in Russia. Hospitals across the country will account for just above RUB 1.24 billion (US$ 21 million) revenues by the end of projection period. Within this, the demand for viscosupplementation will remain considerably higher in hospitals with capacity of more than 500 beds. End-use of viscosupplementation in Russia’s ambulatory surgical centres (ASCs) will remain nascent, while revenues accounted by orthopaedic clinics are expected to surpass RUB 595 million (US$ 10 million) through 2026. Top Players in Russia’s Viscosupplementation Market Top three established players in Russia’s Viscosupplementation market include Hyaltech, Croma-Pharma GmbH and TRB Chemedica. The market is fragmented with small players holding substantial market share. While Hyaltech, Croma-Pharma GmbH and TRB Chemedica collectively dominate with more than half of the country’s viscosupplementation revenues. International players such as Sanofi, Ferring Pharmaceuticals and Fidia Farmaceutici spa have low share as compared to the other players, Anika Therapeutics has recently launched their viscosupplementation product in Russia’s viscosupplementation market. Send An Enquiry@ http://www.futuremarketinsights.com/askus/rep-ru-2897 Valley Cottage, NY, February 26, 2017 --( PR.com )-- Russia’s healthcare infrastructure will continue witnessing significant rise in number of orthopaedic patients as several bone & joint-related disorders are likely to be caused by people’s eating & drink habits, their proactive lifestyles and the country’s harsh weather conditions. Rising occurrence of joint-related ailments such as knee osteoarthritis in Russia are a result of people performing physical labour in severely cold weather conditions. This has necessitated the adoption of viscosupplementation as an ideal medical procedure for injecting lubricating fluid in bone joints during surgeries. An in-depth analysis of Russia’s viscosupplementation market, conducted by Future Market Insights, projects that demand for three-injection viscosupplementation will gain traction over the next decade.According to Future Market Insights’ recent report, titled “Viscosupplementation Market: Russia Industry Analysis and Opportunity Assessment, 2016-2026,” nearly 70% of viscosupplementation revenues amassed across Russia in 2016 were accounted by three-injection viscosupplementation. The report estimates that the Russian viscosupplementation market incurred revenues worth over RUB 1.13 billion (US$ 19 million) in 2016. Registering a steady increment at 5.3% CAGR, Russia’s viscosupplementation revenues are expected to reach RUB 2.02 billion (US$ 34 million) by the end of 2026. With higher demand for three-injection viscosupplementation, Russia’s healthcare industry leaders will continue to extend production of three-injection viscosupplementation products as opposed to single injection and five-injection viscosupplementation products.Request For Sample@ http://www.futuremarketinsights.com/reports/sample/rep-ru-2897The report also establishes projections regarding the end-use of viscosupplementation in Russia. Hospitals across the country will account for just above RUB 1.24 billion (US$ 21 million) revenues by the end of projection period. Within this, the demand for viscosupplementation will remain considerably higher in hospitals with capacity of more than 500 beds. End-use of viscosupplementation in Russia’s ambulatory surgical centres (ASCs) will remain nascent, while revenues accounted by orthopaedic clinics are expected to surpass RUB 595 million (US$ 10 million) through 2026.Top Players in Russia’s Viscosupplementation MarketTop three established players in Russia’s Viscosupplementation market include Hyaltech, Croma-Pharma GmbH and TRB Chemedica. The market is fragmented with small players holding substantial market share. While Hyaltech, Croma-Pharma GmbH and TRB Chemedica collectively dominate with more than half of the country’s viscosupplementation revenues. International players such as Sanofi, Ferring Pharmaceuticals and Fidia Farmaceutici spa have low share as compared to the other players, Anika Therapeutics has recently launched their viscosupplementation product in Russia’s viscosupplementation market.Send An Enquiry@ http://www.futuremarketinsights.com/askus/rep-ru-2897 Click here to view the list of recent Press Releases from Future Market Insights


Russia Viscosupplementation Market Expected to Grow at a CAGR of 5.3% During 2016-2026 Future Market Insights has announced the addition of the "Viscosupplementation Market: Russia Industry Analysis and Opportunity Assessment 2016-2026" report to their offering. Valley Cottage, NY, February 24, 2017 --( According to Future Market Insights’ recent report, titled “Viscosupplementation Market: Russia Industry Analysis and Opportunity Assessment, 2016-2026,” nearly 70% of viscosupplementation revenues amassed across Russia in 2016 were accounted by three-injection viscosupplementation. The report estimates that the Russian viscosupplementation market incurred revenues worth over RUB 1.13 billion (US$ 19 million) in 2016. Registering a steady increment at 5.3% CAGR, Russia’s viscosupplementation revenues are expected to reach RUB 2.02 billion (US$ 34 million) by the end of 2026. With higher demand for three-injection viscosupplementation, Russia’s healthcare industry leaders will continue to extend production of three-injection viscosupplementation products as opposed to single injection and five-injection viscosupplementation products. Request For Sample@ http://www.futuremarketinsights.com/reports/sample/rep-ru-2897 The report also establishes projections regarding the end-use of viscosupplementation in Russia. Hospitals across the country will account for just above RUB 1.24 billion (US$ 21 million) revenues by the end of projection period. Within this, the demand for viscosupplementation will remain considerably higher in hospitals with capacity of more than 500 beds. End-use of viscosupplementation in Russia’s ambulatory surgical centres (ASCs) will remain nascent, while revenues accounted by orthopaedic clinics are expected to surpass RUB 595 million (US$ 10 million) through 2026. Top Players in Russia’s Viscosupplementation Market Top three established players in Russia’s Viscosupplementation market include Hyaltech, Croma-Pharma GmbH andTRB Chemedica. The market is fragmented with small players holding substantial market share. While Hyaltech, Croma-Pharma GmbH and TRB Chemedica collectively dominate with more than half of the country’s viscosupplementation revenues. International players such as Sanofi, Ferring Pharmaceuticals and Fidia Farmaceutici spa have low share as compared to the other players, Anika Therapeutics has recently launched their viscosupplementation product in Russia’s viscosupplementation market. Send An Enquiry@ http://www.futuremarketinsights.com/askus/rep-ru-2897 Valley Cottage, NY, February 24, 2017 --( PR.com )-- Russia’s healthcare infrastructure will continue witnessing significant rise in number of orthopaedic patients as several bone & joint-related disorders are likely to be caused by people’s eating & drink habits, their proactive lifestyles and the country’s harsh weather conditions. Rising occurrence of joint-related ailments such as knee osteoarthritis in Russia are a result of people performing physical labour in severely cold weather conditions. This has necessitated the adoption of viscosupplementation as an ideal medical procedure for injecting lubricating fluid in bone joints during surgeries. An in-depth analysis of Russia’s viscosupplementation market, conducted by Future Market Insights, projects that demand for three-injection viscosupplementation will gain traction over the next decade.According to Future Market Insights’ recent report, titled “Viscosupplementation Market: Russia Industry Analysis and Opportunity Assessment, 2016-2026,” nearly 70% of viscosupplementation revenues amassed across Russia in 2016 were accounted by three-injection viscosupplementation. The report estimates that the Russian viscosupplementation market incurred revenues worth over RUB 1.13 billion (US$ 19 million) in 2016. Registering a steady increment at 5.3% CAGR, Russia’s viscosupplementation revenues are expected to reach RUB 2.02 billion (US$ 34 million) by the end of 2026. With higher demand for three-injection viscosupplementation, Russia’s healthcare industry leaders will continue to extend production of three-injection viscosupplementation products as opposed to single injection and five-injection viscosupplementation products.Request For Sample@ http://www.futuremarketinsights.com/reports/sample/rep-ru-2897The report also establishes projections regarding the end-use of viscosupplementation in Russia. Hospitals across the country will account for just above RUB 1.24 billion (US$ 21 million) revenues by the end of projection period. Within this, the demand for viscosupplementation will remain considerably higher in hospitals with capacity of more than 500 beds. End-use of viscosupplementation in Russia’s ambulatory surgical centres (ASCs) will remain nascent, while revenues accounted by orthopaedic clinics are expected to surpass RUB 595 million (US$ 10 million) through 2026.Top Players in Russia’s Viscosupplementation MarketTop three established players in Russia’s Viscosupplementation market include Hyaltech, Croma-Pharma GmbH andTRB Chemedica. The market is fragmented with small players holding substantial market share. While Hyaltech, Croma-Pharma GmbH and TRB Chemedica collectively dominate with more than half of the country’s viscosupplementation revenues. International players such as Sanofi, Ferring Pharmaceuticals and Fidia Farmaceutici spa have low share as compared to the other players, Anika Therapeutics has recently launched their viscosupplementation product in Russia’s viscosupplementation market.Send An Enquiry@ http://www.futuremarketinsights.com/askus/rep-ru-2897 Click here to view the list of recent Press Releases from Future Market Insights


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Russia's healthcare infrastructure will continue witnessing significant rise in number of orthopaedic patients as several bone & joint-related disorders are likely to be caused by people's eating & drink habits, their proactive lifestyles and the country's harsh weather conditions. Rising occurrence of joint-related ailments such as knee osteoarthritis in Russia are a result of people performing physical labour in severely cold weather conditions. This has necessitated the adoption of viscosupplementation as an ideal medical procedure for injecting lubricating fluid in bone joints during surgeries. An in-depth analysis of Russia's viscosupplementation market, conducted by Future Market Insights, projects that demand for three-injection viscosupplementation will gain traction over the next decade. According to Future Market Insights' recent report, titled "Viscosupplementation Market: Russia Industry Analysis and Opportunity Assessment, 2016-2026," nearly 70% of viscosupplementation revenues amassed across Russia in 2016 were accounted by three-injection viscosupplementation. The report estimates that the Russian viscosupplementation market incurred revenues worth over RUB 1.13 billion (US$ 19 million) in 2016. Registering a steady increment at 5.3% CAGR, Russia's viscosupplementation revenues are expected to reach RUB 2.02 billion (US$ 34 million) by the end of 2026. With higher demand for three-injection viscosupplementation, Russia's healthcare industry leaders will continue to extend production of three-injection viscosupplementation products as opposed to single injection and five-injection viscosupplementation products. The report also establishes projections regarding the end-use of viscosupplementation in Russia. Hospitals across the country will account for just above RUB 1.24 billion (US$ 21 million) revenues by the end of projection period. Within this, the demand for viscosupplementation will remain considerably higher in hospitals with capacity of more than 500 beds. End-use of viscosupplementation in Russia's ambulatory surgical centres (ASCs) will remain nascent, while revenues accounted by orthopaedic clinics are expected to surpass RUB 595 million (US$ 10 million) through 2026. Preview Analysis on Russia Viscosupplementation Market Segmentation By Product Type - Single Injection, Three Injection, Five Injection Viscosupplementation; By End Use - Hospitals (500+ Bedded, 250-500 Bedded, Less Than 250 Bedded), Ambulatory Surgical Centres, Orthopaedic Clinics: http://www.futuremarketinsights.com/reports/russia-viscosupplementation-market Top three established players in Russia's Viscosupplementation market include Hyaltech, Croma-Pharma GmbH and TRB Chemedica. The market is fragmented with small players holding substantial market share. While Hyaltech, Croma-Pharma GmbH and TRB Chemedica collectively dominate with more than half of the country's viscosupplementation revenues. International players such as Sanofi, Ferring Pharmaceuticals and Fidia Farmaceutici spa have low share as compared to the other players, Anika Therapeutics has recently launched their viscosupplementation product in Russia's viscosupplementation market. Future Market Insights (FMI) is a leading market intelligence and consulting firm. We deliver syndicated research reports, custom research reports and consulting services which are personalized in nature. FMI delivers a complete packaged solution, which combines current market intelligence, statistical anecdotes, technology inputs, valuable growth insights and an aerial view of the competitive framework and future market trends.

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