Report on the global anti-infectives market has announced the addition of Kalorama Information's new report "The Worldwide Market for Anti-Infectives (Antifungals, Antibacterials and Antivirals)," to their collection of Healthcare market reports. For more information, visit> The anti-infective market is at a critical juncture. For the past 60 years, antibiotic drugs have turned bacterial infections into treatable conditions rather than the life-threatening scourges they once were. But the effectiveness of many antibiotics is waning dramatically, as more and more types of bacteria become resistant to them.

This Kalorama Information The World Market for Anti-Infectives considers the anti-infective drug market as it faces challenges with resistance and generic competition. The report focuses on three key segments of treatment:

-- Antifungals (Allylamines, Azoles,Polyene Macrolides and Other Antifungals) -- Antibacterials (Cephalosporins, Macrolides, Penicillins, Quinolones, Sulfonamides, Tetracyclines, Carbopenems, Miscellaneous) -- Antivirals (Nucleoside Analogs, Transcriptase Inhibitors, DNA Polymerase Inhibitors, Protease Inhibitors)

For each category and each subsegment, current market and forecast is provided. The report covers both currently marketed and late stage development products. Revenues for each segment were generated using dollar sales for each product.

The report includes statistical information for infections by type worldwide, with special emphasis on the U.S. and Europe. As part of its coverage the report provides:

-- Overview -- Description of Products on the Market -- Review of Products in Late Stage Development -- Market Estimates and Forecasts -- Competitive Analysis of Leading Providers -- Regional Breakdown of Antifungal, Antibacterial and Antiviral Market (US, Europe and Asia) -- Market Share of Antifungal, Antibacterial and Antiviral Market



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