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The global Facial Injectables Market is expected to reach USD 17.2 billion by 2025, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc.
* Injectable device connectivity, providing an update on the progress in electronic and connected injectables, and more generally speaking in the development of digital into healthcare products
Unlike oral solids or liquid formulations, sterile injectables are tough to produce.
At the MCH hemodialysis center, however, Mexico residents are given free dialyzers and only required to pay the injectable medicine at the cost of PHP300.
"The risk of rehospitalization is about 20% to 30% lower during long-acting injectable treatments, compared with equivalent oral formulations," wrote Jari Tiihonen, MD, PhD, of the department of clinical neuroscience at the Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm, together with his associates.
This may be a pragmatic factor to help decide choice of therapy with injectables. With modern ultra-long acting insulins such as I Deg, only once weekly monitoring is suggested.
West-Ward became the second-largest injectable supplier by volume in the U.S.
Injectable drugs have been around for several hundred years, and very likely originated from the use of weapons--such as blowpipes and poison-tipped darts--that brought various substances into the human body by piercing the skin.
The injectables business could fetch Hikma between $1 billion and $2 billion, four analysts estimated.
In the late 1990s, national surveys started to show notable increases in injectable use in east and southern sub-Saharan Africa.
What happens to contraceptive use after injectables are introduced?