Category: Medical Device

Targeted Drug Delivery Devices: An Attractive Option for Improving the Efficacy of Biologics

The gradual shift of healthcare industry towards the development of biologics is a well-known fact. Owing to this shift, there are over 1,000 cell and gene therapies which are being developed for the treatment of various disorders, majority of them being oncological disorders, cardiovascular disorders and neurological disorders.  Additionally, over the last decade, multiple immunotherapies

Medical Device CROs – The next Growth Opportunity

Over the past decade, numerous scientific and technological breakthroughs in the medical device industry have resulted in an accelerated pace of research and innovation within this domain. Further, the demand for high quality and efficient medical devices, driven by a growing geriatric population and increasing incidence of various chronic clinical conditions, is on the rise.

Increasing Prevalence of Chronic Diseases- Driving the Demand for Self-Administration Devices, Like Autoinjectors

Over the last decade, autoinjectors have emerged as a promising therapeutic commodity for safe administration of parenteral therapies. Patients who suffer from chronic diseases, such as diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis and multiple sclerosis, often require frequent dosing of medication which poses significant inconvenience to them for visiting proper healthcare centers. Hence, autoinjector devices enable such patients

Needle-free Injection System: A light bearer in the fight against the thick darkness of COVID-19

The apocalyptic images of the COVID-19 induced locked-down world are heart wrenching. All healthcare related domains are being created at a rapid rate. Around the world, the coronavirus pandemic is overstretching health services and reportedly more than 40 companies have boosted their R&D efforts to hit the bulls eye and deliver the much awaited vaccines

COVID 19 and Vaccines: How Big Will be the Impact on Prefilled Syringes Market?

Coronavirus(COVID 19) is spreading around the world, with 2.6 million global active cases[TB1] . Till date, there are no approved treatments for COVID-19. However, multiple pharmaceutical companies are doing research at breakneck speed to develop therapeutics and preventive vaccines against this novel coronavirus. The pharma industry is hoping to compress the development timelines to get a