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印度體外受精 (IVF) 市場的急速成長 (到2020年的預測)

Booming IVF Market in India (Indian IVF Market Outlook 2020)

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出版日期 內容資訊 英文 70 Pages
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印度體外受精 (IVF) 市場的急速成長 (到2020年的預測) Booming IVF Market in India (Indian IVF Market Outlook 2020)
出版日期: 2015年04月01日 內容資訊: 英文 70 Pages

印度這10年,隨著不孕症煩惱的夫婦增加,體外受精(IVF)的概念急速普及。由於懷孕晚、生活方式變化、優先順序的要因,印度的不孕率上升到危機水準。因此,印度的IVF市場2014∼2020年,預計以約15%的年複合成長率(CAGR) 急速成長。


第1章 分析師的見解

第2章 調查手法

第3章 IVF - 流程概要

  • 卵子的取得階段
  • 精子的取得
  • 受精與培養
  • 胚/胚囊的凍結保存
  • 透明帶子開孔法
  • 胚切片檢查
  • 胚移植

第4章 IVF的人力資源與相關設施

  • 人力資源
    • 董事
    • 臨床發生學的專門醫生
    • 男性病的專門醫生
    • 婦科醫生
    • 個人生活指導員
  • 相關設施
    • 發生學/IVF實驗室
    • 男性病科實驗室
    • 婦產科實驗室
    • 冷凍保存設施

第5章 IVF診所現況

  • 存在感:各結構
  • 存在感:各地區
  • 存在感:各IVF實施數
  • 胚胎著床前遺傳基因診斷 (PGD)

第6章 IVF市場預測

  • IVF治療藥的市場

第7章 趨勢與技術的進步

  • 印度的不孕減少
  • 印度的IVF市場上投資者的關心增加
  • 胚胎捐贈/收養的劇增
  • 由於醫療觀光對新熱潮的預期
  • 胚胎觀察器:影像診斷技術的改善

第8章 輔助生殖技術醫療 (ART) 及IVF的法規

第9章 競爭情形

  • Bourn Hall Clinic
  • Southend Fertility and IVF Centre
  • Morpheus IVF Fertility Center
  • Bloom Fertility Center
  • Manipal Ankur
  • Cloudnine Fertility
  • Nova IVI Fertility
  • Srushti Test Tube Baby Center
  • Aakansha IVF Center
  • Indira IVF




On July 25, 1978, in Great Britain, the first 'test-tube' baby Louise Joy Brown was born and the technology that made her conception possible was acclaimed as a conquest in the field of medicine and science. The definition of IVF or In-Vitro Fertilization technology became the centre of attraction thereafter and started off huge enthusiasm amongst researchers and therapeutic experts. Owing to the same, over the years, numerous IVF clinics started coming up all over the world, with the IVF technology getting more readily accepted in the developed countries due to the fact that the technology originated in the western world and had better technological advancements.

In India, with a steep increase in infertile patients over the past decade, the concept of IVF has gained popularity at a swift pace. Meanwhile, the country is on its track to become one of the powerful nations in the world. And to maintain this, the Indian population is stretching to achieve a lot within a short time-span that's resulting in delayed pregnancies, altered lifestyles, and changing preferences. The factors thus mentioned are the key reasons for a burgeoning infertility rate in the country which is alarming. According to RNCOS' report "Indian IVF Market Outlook 2020", the Indian IVF market is poised to witness impressive CAGR of around 15% from 2014 to 2020.

The report offers a detailed study of the overall IVF industry in India. It analyzes the region-wise presence of IVF clinics in the country i.e. their penetration across East/West/North/South India; their structure i.e. chain, independent and hospital-based; the number of IVF cycles performed; the availability of PGD facility; major drugs and hormones used and/or prescribed in the procedure; and infertile patients flow to IVF clinics. The market outlook section in the report descriptively discusses the Indian IVF market till 2020 and its regional shares.

The report explains the requirements of an initial IVF lab setup in connection with human resources, facilities, and ongoing trends and recent developments in the industry. Also, given the industry's regulatory environment being crucial in nature, the same has been explained in detail. On the competitive landscape, the profiles of leading service providers too have been presented and explained in detail.

Moreover, banked on remarkable boom in the Indian medical tourism and inflated infertile domestic population, many new service providers are cashing in by increasing collaborations with chains/independent clinics, renowned healthcare providers and hospitals. As a result, many IVF centres can be seen growing even in Tier II and Tier III cities in the country. The medical advancements to reduce health related risks have fuelled rapid acceptance of the IVF technology to deal with reproduction problems. Thus, with these factors put together, the Indian IVF market is bound to witness a gush in its growth in the years to come.

Table of Contents

1. Analyst View

2. Research Methodology

3. IVF - Process Overview

  • 3.1 Oocyte Retrieval Stage
  • 3.2 Sperm Retrieval
  • 3.3 Fertilization and Culture
  • 3.4 Embryo/Blastocyst Cryopreservation
  • 3.5 Zona Drilling
  • 3.6 Embryo Biopsy
  • 3.7 Embryo Transfer

4. Human Resources and Associated Facilities for IVF

  • 4.1 Human Resource
    • 4.1.1 Director
    • 4.1.2 Clinical Embryologist
    • 4.1.3 Andrologist
    • 4.1.4 Gynaecologist
    • 4.1.5 Counselor
  • 4.2 Associated Facilities
    • 4.2.1 Embryology/IVF Laboratory
    • 4.2.2 Andrology Laboratory
    • 4.2.3 Genetics Laboratory
    • 4.2.4 Cryopreservation Facilities

5. Current Status of IVF Clinics

  • 5.1 Presence by Structure
  • 5.2 Presence by Region
  • 5.3 Presence by Number of IVF Cycles Performed
  • 5.4 Pre-implantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD)

6. IVF Market Outlook to 2020

  • 6.1 IVF Drugs Market

7. IVF Patient Flow Process Overview

8. Trends and Technological Advancements

  • 8.1 Dwindling Fertility in India
  • 8.2 Rising Investors' Interest in the Indian IVF Market
  • 8.3 Embryo Donation/Adoption Catching up Rapidly
  • 8.4 Medical Tourism to Experience New Heights
  • 8.5 Embryoscope: Helping Improve Imaging

9. ART (IVF) Regulation

10. Competitive Landscape

  • 10.1 Bourn Hall Clinic
  • 10.2 Southend Fertility and IVF Centre
  • 10.3 Morpheus IVF Fertility Center
  • 10.4 Bloom Fertility Center
  • 10.5 Manipal Ankur
  • 10.6 Cloudnine Fertility
  • 10.7 Nova IVI Fertility
  • 10.8 Srushti Test Tube Baby Center
  • 10.9 Aakansha IVF Center
  • 10.10 Indira IVF

List of Figures:

  • Figure 3-1: Flowchart for IVF Process
  • Figure 5-1: Number of IVF Clinic by Structure (2014)
  • Figure 5-2: Number of Chained IVF Clinics by Region (2014)
  • Figure 5-3: Number of Hospital-based IVF Clinics by Region (2014)
  • Figure 5-4: Number of Independent IVF Clinics by Region (2014)
  • Figure 5-5: Number of IVF Clinics by Region (2014)
  • Figure 5-6: Number IVF Clinics in Eastern India by Structure (2014)
  • Figure 5-7: Number of IVF Clinics in Western India by Structure (2014)
  • Figure 5-8: Number of IVF Clinics in Northern India by Structure (2014)
  • Figure 5-9: Number of IVF Clinics in Southern India by Structure (2014)
  • Figure 5-10: Number IVF Clinics by Number of Cycles Performed (2014)
  • Figure 5-11: Number of IVF Clinics by Number of Cycles Performed and Structure (2014)
  • Figure 5-12: Number of IVF Clinics in Southern India by Number of Cycles Performed (2014)
  • Figure 5-13: Number of IVF Clinics in Northern India by Number of Cycles Performed (2014)
  • Figure 5-14: Number of IVF Clinics in Eastern India by Number of Cycles Performed (2014)
  • Figure 5-15: Number of IVF Clinics in Western India by Number of Cycles Performed (2014)
  • Figure 5-16: Number of IVF Clinics Offering PGD of the Total (2014)
  • Figure 6-1: IVF Market (Billion INR), 2014-2020
  • Figure 6-2: IVF Cycle Cost Breakup (%), 2014
  • Figure 6-3: IVF Market by Region (%), 2014
  • Figure 6-4: IVF Drug Market (Billion INR), 2014-2020
  • Figure 7-1: Patient Flow Process to IVF Clinic (%)

List of Tables:

  • Table 3-1: Products used during Oocyte Retrieval
  • Table 3-2: Products used during Sperm Retrieval
  • Table 3-3: Products used during Fertilization and Culture
  • Table 3-4: Products used during Fertilization and Culture
  • Table 3-5: Products used during Zona Drilling
  • Table 3-6: Products used during Embryo Biopsy
  • Table 3-7: Products used during Embryo Transfer
  • Table 10-1: Presence of Bourn Hall Clinic
  • Table 10-2: Presence of Southend Fertility and IVF Centre
  • Table 10-3: Presence of Morpheus IVF Fertility Centre
  • Table 10-4: Presence of Bloom Fertility Centre
  • Table 10-5: Presence of Manipal Ankur
  • Table 10-6: Presence of Cloudnine Fertility
  • Table 10-7: Presence of Nova IVI Fertility
  • Table 10-8: Presence of Srushti Test Tube Centre
  • Table 10-9: Presence of Aakansha IVF Centre
  • Table 10-10: Presence of Indira IVF
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