Market Analysis - Ophthalmology Asia Pacific 2020
In 2008 and 2009, the global ophthalmology market witnessed a dip during the economic downturn; however, it is difficult to grow at a stable rate due to an increasing population. The number of incidences of glaucoma and cataract are increasing every year.
Around 50% population becoming totally blind due to Cataract and more than 70 million people suffer from glaucoma and this number is expected to reach 90 million by 2020. It is estimated that in the U.S. and Europe, refractive errors affect more than 40% of the population aged 40 or older. However, the economic slowdown and drying pipeline of ophthalmology drugs is restricting the market.
The eye drug devices market is divided into surgery and diagnostics. Drugs market is classified into existing treatment drugs and drugs in pipeline and the vision care market is segmented into spectacles and contact lenses. The total market is estimated till 2018. This is also measured by formulation types such as capsules, gels, eye drops, ointment, and eye solutions. The drugs market will grow at a slower rate mainly due to the combined effect of loss of patent protection for several drugs and drying pipeline.
Across all over the world, North America is the largest market for ophthalmology drugs and devices, followed by Europe and Asia. Asia-Pacific is an unsaturated market, especially China and India, and these regions are expected to drive the growth of the overall ophthalmology market due to growing awareness of eye diseases and increasing disposable income.
Worldwide markets using following geographic/economic categories: US, Western Europe, Japan, Other Wealthy Nations, China, India, Latin America, and Rest of the World. This report includes market data for 2018, and forecast market performance through 2022.
Optometry Market: Key Players:
At present, the market for optometry is divided with numerous players growing mechanically propelled treatment and treatments. A portion of the top organizations working in optometry market are Johnson and Johnson Vision Care, Inc., Allergan, Inc., Bausch and Lomb, Inc., F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd., Carl Zeiss, Inc., Hoya Corp and others. The research report provides analysis and information according to categories such as market segments, geographies, types and applications.
Related Top Companies:
· Venus Vision Care Pvt. Ltd.
· Surgi Craft India
· Ophtha Surgical Inc.
· Alcon a Novartis devision
· Transcend Medical (Alcon)
Related Top Universities:
· UC Berkeley School of Optometry
· State University of New York College of Optometry
· The Ohio State University College of Optometry
· University of Houston College of Optometry
· Ferris State University Michigan College of Optometry
· Nova South-eastern University College of Optometry
· Illinois College of Optometry
· Southern California College of Optometry at Marshall B. Ketchum University
· Pacific University College of Optometry
· University of Missouri - St. Louis College of Optometry
· North-eastern State University Oklahoma College of Optometry
· Salus University Pennsylvania College of Optometry
· Indiana University School Of Optometry
· Western University of Health Sciences College of Optometry
· Inter-American University of Puerto Rico, School of Optometry
· University of the Incarnate Word Rosenberg School of Optometry
· MCPHS University School of Optometry
· University of Waterloo School of Optometry and Vision Science
Related Top Hospitals:
· Bascom Palmer Eye Institute-Anne Bates Leach Eye Hospital
· Wills Eye Hospital, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital
· Wilmer Eye Institute, Johns Hopkins Hospital
· Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, Massachusetts General Hospital
· Stein and Doheny Eye Institutes, UCLA Medical Center
· W.K. Kellogg Eye Center, University of Michigan
· USC Eye Institute-Keck Medical Center of USC
· UCSF Medical Center
· Barnes-Jewish Hospital/Washington University
· John A. Moran Eye Center, University of Utah Hospitals and Clinics
· Lenox Hill Hospital-Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Institute
Medical University of South Carolina Medical Center