Global Transdermal Patches Market - Forecasts from 2021 to 2026
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|全球經皮吸收貼片市場預測(2021年∼2026年) Global Transdermal Patches Market - Forecasts from 2021 to 2026|
|出版日期: 2021年06月18日||內容資訊: 英文 115 Pages||
The global transdermal patches market is projected to witness a compound annual growth rate of 2.95% to grow to US$10,573.094 million by 2026, from US$8,626.167 million in 2019. The market is projected to show steady growth primarily attributed to the success of transdermal patches in dealing with the issues concerns. Transdermal Patches are stuck to the skin and provide medication to the body through the skin. It does not involve the usage of sirens or other material that is to be injected into the body but has glue and sticks to the skin, making them easy to apply and remove. Further, the benefits of these patches, such as painless administration of medicine and prolonged activity of the drug are making them widely favorable, especially among the old aged people and youth. Pain management transdermal patch is widely used around the world to ease out joint, muscular, and other paining points. The global transdermal patches market is segmented based on type, application, and geography.
Major companies have been providing advanced transdermal patches to their customers. For Instance, Aveva, one of the global leaders in transdermal drug delivery in the United States, offers controlled release, fully integrated nicotine transdermal patches to their patients and customers. Other companies are also making significant developments in the market. In India, Rusan Healthcare Pvt Ltd. provides nicotine patch 2baconil for patients seeking Nicotine Replacement Therapy. The company had been planning to expand its presence, worldwide.
Number of people quitting smoking.
The market is expected to surge in the coming years in the region due to the increasing number of people quitting smoking. The decrease in the smoking rate is expected to drive the demand for nicotine patches and nicotine replacement therapies. This will lead to a surge in the sales for transdermal skin patches, in the coming years. According to the Center for Disease Control & Prevention, in the year 2018, 7.5% of adult smokers, with a number around 2.9 million were successful in quitting smoking. 31.2% of all adult smokers stated that they received medication and counseling when trying to leave smoking. According to the World Health Organization, smokers who are familiar with the consequences of consuming tobacco, most are willing to quit. In China, according to the National Health and Planning Commission, 23% to 25% of cancer-related deaths were attributable to smoking, annually. Smoking and nicotine cessation are known to be effective treatments in cancer prevention. Of all-around 316 million smokers in China, 18% have been planning to quit smoking. In India, according to the Global Adult Tobacco Survey in 2019, of the 21,085 current tobacco users in the survey conducted, 52.2% were willing to quit all types of tobacco. Research by PubMed.gov on 1,686 heavy smokers aged 25-64 years showed that cessation was possible in 163 patients or 19.4% patients who used nicotine patches and in 99 patients (11.7%) who used placebo patches. The study concluded that nicotine patch is efficient in cessation of smoking.
Impact of COVID-19 pandemic.
The global transdermal patch market witnessed a slight decline during the year 2020 owing to the COVID-19 pandemic. The advent of COVID-19 led to the development of various other innovations is taking place during the year in the pharmaceutical industry to fight the ongoing pan-demic. But, despite the slowdown, there had been a plethora of developments in the market. According to the World Health Organization, tobacco smokers are more vulnerable to contract COVID-19, as the act of smoking also involves contact of fingers, with the person's lips. This increases the possibility of transmission of the COVID virus from hand to mouth. But in May 2020, it was reported that nicotine patches would be tested on COVID-19 patients in the country of France after research stated that the drug could offer protection from the virus. In January 2021, The Ministry of Health of Jordan announced that it had received its donation of Nico-tine Replacement Therapy from Johnson & Johnson, a major player in the market, through a partnership with the Access Initiative for quitting Tobacco, during the time of COVID-19. The do-nation had been estimated at a retail value of around US$800K.
North America is expected to have a major share.
North America forms a budding market for transdermal patches drug delivery system, mainly due to the presence of cutting-edge R&D happening in countries like the United States of America and Canada, along with a growing population with chronic ailments, demand for better systems to deliver vaccines, and an increasing percentage of the elderly population which might benefit with a non-invasive system to administer drugs. US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has come up with draft guidance for transdermal and topical drug delivery systems with many pharmaceutical companies rolling out drugs having this method of application. Looking at the positive industry landscape along with support from governments, it is expected that the trans-dermal patches market in North America will witness decent and consistent growth in the upcoming years.