World Market for Clinical Nutrition Products (Infant, Parenteraland Enteral Foods), 5th Edition, TheReport Details:Publish...
Competition in the clinical nutrition market is dominated by a handful of companies, ranging fromglobal nutritional manufa...
Table of ContentsCHAPTER ONE: EXECUTIVE SUMMARYIntroductionInfant NutritionEnteral NutritionParenteral NutritionScope and ...
Summary of DiseasesCHAPTER THREE: INFANT NUTRITIONOverviewProduct CategoriesMilk-based FormulasSoy-based FormulasElemental...
Global MarketsCompetitive AnalysisCHAPTER SIX: TOTAL MARKET SIZE AND FORECASTTotal Market Size and ForecastGlobal Market O...
Fresenius KabiHospiraMead Johnson NutritionNestléPerrigoPfizerAPPENDIX: COMPANY DIRECTORYLIST OF EXHIBITSCHAPTER ONE: EXEC...
Table 2-10World Population by Selected Geographical Region, 2010 - 2050Figure 2-6World Population by Selected Geographical...
Figure 2-14Estimated Obesity by Country as a Portion of Total Population 2009 EstimatesFigure 2-15Increases in Obesity by ...
Table 3-6The Global Market for Infant Nutrition Estimated Products Sales by Select Geographic Region,2012Figure 3-6The Glo...
The Global Market for Enteral Nutrition Estimated Revenues and Market Share of LeadingSuppliers, 2012Figure 4-7The Global ...
Region, 2012Figure 5-6The Global Market for Parenteral Nutrition Market Share by Select Geographic Region,2012Table 5-10Th...
Parenteral Nutrition Shortages, updated September 2012Table 7-3U.S. National Breastfeeding StatisticsFigure 7-1U.S. Nation...
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  1. 1. World Market for Clinical Nutrition Products (Infant, Parenteraland Enteral Foods), 5th Edition, TheReport Details:Published:October 2012No. of Pages: 245Price: Single User License – US$3995This Kalorama Information report - The World Market for Clinical Nutrition Products - focuses onthree primary segments of essential medical nutrition:•Infant Nutrition: (Milk-based, Soy-based, Special Needs such as Chronic Reflux or Gastrointestinal Discomfort)•Enteral Nutrition (Standard and Fiber-containing Elemental and Semi-elemental, Specialized for Chronically Ill Patients)•Parenteral NutritionFor each category, the report provides revenue data and forecasts for the most importantsegmentations. The report includes incidence of conditions which often require enteral orparenteral feeding, birth rates, over 65 population, and overall global population. Information ispresented as a worldwide overview, with special emphasis on the U.S., Europe, and other keymarkets. The market segments provide an overview, description of products on the market, newdevelopments, market estimates and forecasts, and competitive analysis of leading providers. Thereport also includes current issues and trends affecting the industry.Coverage of Issues and Trends in Clinical NutritionThere are several issues and trends that are impacting the clinical nutrition market, including:•Wound Care Applications•Reimbursement of Nutrition Products•Food Programs Adjusted Numbers for Recession•Disease Statistics•Nursing Home and Hospice Trends•Nutrition and Education•DHA and ANA Additives•Counterfeit Infant Formulas•Infant Formula Recalls•Acquisition, Mergers and Alliances•Enteral Feeding PumpsA Growing Market with Thriving Competition
  2. 2. Competition in the clinical nutrition market is dominated by a handful of companies, ranging fromglobal nutritional manufacturers to leading pharmaceutical companies. The majority of competitiveparticipation is in developed regions such as the United States, Western Europe, and Japan.However, many companies are expanding into less developed regions, intensifying competition inless tapped markets. China, for example, is among the expanding competitive regions ascompanies continue to break into the growing demand for clinical nutrition in new world markets.Companies highlighted in this study include:•Abbott•Baxter•B Braun•Danone•Fresenius Kabi•Hospira•Mead Johnson•Nestle•Perrigo Company•PfizerRevenues for each segment were generated using dollar and unit sales for each product.The information for this report was gathered using both primary and secondary research includingcomprehensive research of secondary sources such as company literature, databases, investmentreports, and medical and business journals. Telephone interviews and email correspondence werethe primary method of gathering information. For the purpose of this study, Kalorama Informationconducted interviews with more than 70 key industry officials, consultants, health care providers,and government personnel. These sources were the primary basis in gathering informationspecifically relating to revenue and market share data presented in this report. Specific interviewswith nutrition company representatives included marketing directors, division managers, andproduct representatives.All market data pertains to the world market at the manufacturers’ level. The base year for datawas 2011. Historical data was provided for the years 2006 through 2011, with forecast dataprovided for 2012 through 2016. Compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) are provided for the2006-2011, 2010-2016 and 2006-2016 periods for each industry segment covered. Competitiveanalysis is provided for the year 2011. The forecasted market analysis for 2011-2016 was basedon demographic trends, new developments, and global expansion.All Kalorama reports advertise the single user price. Use is limited to one user. We also featuredepartment and global pricing for reports that will be utilized by more than one user at yourcompany. Please consult with your sales representative or select the correct license on ourwebsite.Get your copy of this report @http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/202355-the-world-market-for-clinical-nutrition-products-infant-parenteral-and-enteral-foods-5th-edition.htmlMajor points covered in Table of Contents of this report include
  3. 3. Table of ContentsCHAPTER ONE: EXECUTIVE SUMMARYIntroductionInfant NutritionEnteral NutritionParenteral NutritionScope and MethodologySize and Growth of the MarketIssues and Trends Affecting the MarketLeading CompetitorsCHAPTER TWO: INTRODUCTION TO THE CLINICAL NUTRITION INDUSTRYIntroduction and History of Nutrition in the Clinical SettingDefining Clinical NutritionInfant NutritionEnteral NutritionParenteral NutritionRegulatory EnvironmentEnvironments for Clinical NutritionHospital SettingsUnited StatesInternationalSkilled Nursing SettingsUnited StatesInternationalHome Care SettingsHospiceEssential NutrientsCarbohydratesProteinsFatsVitaminsMineralsDemographics and StatisticsWorldwide DemographicsGlobal Aging PopulationU.S. DemographicsU.S. Aging PopulationCancer and NutritionCardiovascular Disease and NutritionDiabetes and NutritionHIV/AIDS and NutritionObesity and Nutrition
  4. 4. Summary of DiseasesCHAPTER THREE: INFANT NUTRITIONOverviewProduct CategoriesMilk-based FormulasSoy-based FormulasElemental FormulasFollow-Up FormulasOrganic Infant FormulaProbiotic/Prebiotic Infant FormulaPremature Infant FormulasNewborn FormulasOther Specialized FormulasResearch & Development TrendsMarket Size and GrowthGlobal Market IntroductionSales by Product TypeGlobal MarketsCompetitive AnalysisCHAPTER FOUR: ENTERAL NUTRITIONOverviewProduct CategoriesIndustry DevelopmentsCurrent DevelopmentsRecent Business ActivitiesNew Product LaunchesMarket Size and GrowthGlobal Market IntroductionSales by Product TypeGlobal MarketsCompetitive AnalysisCHAPTER FIVE: PARENTERAL NUTRITIONOverviewProduct CategoriesAmino AcidsDextroseFatsNutritional AdditivesIndustry DevelopmentsMarket Size and GrowthGlobal Market IntroductionSales by Product Type
  5. 5. Global MarketsCompetitive AnalysisCHAPTER SIX: TOTAL MARKET SIZE AND FORECASTTotal Market Size and ForecastGlobal Market OverviewSales by Broad Market SegmentMarkets by Geographic RegionCompetitor AnalysisCHAPTER SEVEN: ISSUES AND TRENDS AFFECTING THE NUTRITION MARKETIntroductionWound Care applicationsParenteral Nutrition ShortagesInfant Formulas or Breast Milk: A Controversial TopicBreast Feeding Rates in the U.S.WHOManufacturer Marketing of Infant FormulaReimbursement of Nutrition ProductsFood ProgramsWICWIC ContractsOther Programs for Infant Formula ReimbursementCost ContainmentNutrition and EducationThe Registered DieticianDietician Statistics in the United StatesDHA and ARA AdditivesCounterfeit Infant FormulasRecalls for Infant FormulasIndustry Acquisitions, Mergers and AlliancesEnteral Feeding PumpsAbbott LaboratoriesCaesarea Medical ElectronicsCovidien/KendallFresenius KabiNestle NutritionMoog, Inc.CHAPTER EIGHT: CORPORATE PROFILESIntroductionAbbottBaxterB BraunDanone
  6. 6. Fresenius KabiHospiraMead Johnson NutritionNestléPerrigoPfizerAPPENDIX: COMPANY DIRECTORYLIST OF EXHIBITSCHAPTER ONE: EXECUTIVE SUMMARYTable 1-1The Global Market for Clinical Nutrition, 2008-2016Figure 1-1The Global Market for Clinical Nutrition 2008-2016CHAPTER TWO: INTRODUCTION TO THE CLINICAL NUTRITION INDUSTRYTable 2-1Nutrient Requirements for Infant Formulas as Required by the FDA Infant Formula ActTable 2-2U.S. Registered Hospitals by Type, 2010Figure 2-1Number of Hospitals in the US, 1975-2005, Estimated 2015Table 2-3Statistics for U.S. Hospitals, 2010Table 2-4U.S. Hospital Length of Stay, Average by Age GroupTable 2-5Registered Hospitals and Acute Care Centers by CountryFigure 2-2Number of Nursing Homes, 2000-2010Table 2-6Estimated Nursing Service Establishments and Care Centers by CountryFigure 2-3Number of Home Care Agencies in the U.S., 1980-2009Figure 2-4Growth in Hospice Programs in the United States, 1998-2009Figure 2-5Patients Served with Hospice Programs in the United States, 1998-2009Table 2-7Percentage of Hospice Admissions by Primary Diagnosis, 2005 -2009Table 2-8Hospice Cases by Diagnosis, 2010 EstimatesTable 2-9Essential Nutrients for Human Health
  7. 7. Table 2-10World Population by Selected Geographical Region, 2010 - 2050Figure 2-6World Population by Selected Geographical Region, 2010–2050Table 2-11Percent Population Over 65 by Year and Region, 2010-2050Table 2-12International Population Trend Age 65+Figure 2-7International Population Trend Age 65+Figure 2-8Estimated World Population by Age, 2010 and 2050Table 2-13The U.S. Population, 1980-2050Figure 2-9The U.S. Population, 1980-2050Table 2-14United States Population Trend Age 65+Figure 2-10United States Population Trend Age 65+Table 2-15World Cancer Incidence by Selected Types of Cancer, 2010 and 2020, all races, both sexesFigure 2-11Estimated and Projected World Cancer Incidence by Selected Types of Cancer, 2010 and 2020Table 2-16Total Cancer Incidence by Sex and Country, 2010 EstimatesFigure 2-12Total Cancer Incidence by Sex and Country, 2010 EstimatesTable 2-17Summary of Strength of Evidence on Lifestyle Factors and Risk of Developing CancerTable 2-18Summary of Strength of Evidence on Lifestyle Factors and Risk of Developing CardiovascularDiseasesTable 2-19Summary of Strength of Evidence on Lifestyle Factors and Risk of Developing Type 2 DiabetesTable 2-20Total Number of People Living with HIV/AIDS, Newly Infected Population and Deaths, 2010 byRegionFigure 2-13The Role of Nutrition Education as HIV Infection DevelopsTable 2-21Estimated Obesity by Country, 2009 Estimates
  8. 8. Figure 2-14Estimated Obesity by Country as a Portion of Total Population 2009 EstimatesFigure 2-15Increases in Obesity by Country—2007 and 2009 FiguresTable 2-22Summary of Strength of Evidence on Factors that Might Promote or Protect Against Weight Gainand ObesityTable 2-23Classification of Overweight in Adults According to BMITable 2-24Prevalence/Incidence of Diseases by Type, 2010 EstimatesFigure 2-16Prevalence/Incidence of Disease by Type, 2010 EstimatesFigure 2-17Prevalence/Incidence of Disease by Type, 2010 EstimatesTable 2-25Disease Mortality by Type, 2010 EstimatesFigure 2-18Disease Mortality by Type, 2010 EstimatesFigure 2-19Disease Mortality by Type, 2010 EstimatesCHAPTER THREE: INFANT NUTRITIONTable 3-1Composition of Breast Milk (early and mature range) and Select Infant FormulasTable 3-2Live Births and Birth Rates by Country*Figure 3-1Live Births by CountryFigure 3-2Births Rates by CountryFigure 3-3Children Under 5 YearsTable 3-3Marketed Infant Formulas (Manufacturer, Product Types, and Product Lines)Table 3-4The Market for Infant Nutrition 2008-2016Figure 3-4The Global Market for Infant Nutrition 2008-2016Table 3-5The Global Market for Infant Nutrition by Product Type 2012Figure 3-5The Global Market for Infant Nutrition by Product Type 2012
  9. 9. Table 3-6The Global Market for Infant Nutrition Estimated Products Sales by Select Geographic Region,2012Figure 3-6The Global Market for Infant Nutrition Market Share by Select Geographic Region,2012Table 3-7The Global Market for Infant Nutrition Estimated Revenues and Market Share of LeadingSuppliers, 2012Figure 3-7The Global Market for Infant Nutrition Estimated Market Share by Leading Suppliers 2012Table 3-8The Global Market for Infant Nutrition Estimated Market Shares by Region for Leading Suppliers2012Figure 3-8Estimated Infant Formula U.S. Market Shares for Leading Suppliers 2012Figure 3-9Estimated Infant Formula Market Shares Outside the U.S. for Leading Suppliers 2012CHAPTER FOUR: ENTERAL NUTRITIONTable 4-1Aging Population, Percent of Total Population, and Annual Growth by Country, 2012Figure 4-1Over 65 Population by CountryFigure 4-2Over 65 Population as a Percent of Total Population by Country, 2012Figure 4-3Over 65 Annual Population Growth by CountryTable 4-2Marketed Pediatric and Adult Enteral Formulas (Manufacturer, Product Types, and Product Lines)Table 4-3The Market for Enteral Nutrition 2008-2016Figure 4-4The Global Market for Enteral Nutrition 2008-2016Table 4-4The Global Market for Enteral Nutrition by Product Type, 2012Figure 4-5The Global Market for Enteral Nutrition by Product Type, 2012Table 4-5The Global Market for Enteral Nutrition Estimated Products Sales by Select Geographic Region,2012Figure 4-6The Global Market for Enteral Nutrition Market Share by Geographic Region, 2012Table 4-6
  10. 10. The Global Market for Enteral Nutrition Estimated Revenues and Market Share of LeadingSuppliers, 2012Figure 4-7The Global Market for Enteral Nutrition Estimated Market Share by Leading Suppliers,2012Table 4-7The Global Market for Enteral Nutrition Estimated Market Shares by Region for Leading Suppliers,2012Figure 4-8The Global Market for Enteral Nutrition Estimated U.S. Market Shares for Leading Suppliers, 2012Figure 4-9The Global Market for Enteral Nutrition Estimated Market Shares Outside the U.S. for LeadingSuppliers, 2012CHAPTER FIVE: PARENTERAL NUTRITIONTable 5-1Aging Population, Percent of Total Population, and Annual Growth by Country*, 2012Figure 5-1Over 65 Population by CountryFigure 5-2Over 65 Population as a Percent of Total Population by Country, 2012Figure 5-3Over 65 Annual Population Growth by CountryTable 5-2Standard Electrolyte RequirementsTable 5-3Standard Parenteral Multivitamin Package* VitaminTable 5-4Standard Parenteral Trace Elements PackageTable 5-5Single Parenteral Trace Element FormulationsTable 5-6Major Marketed Parenteral Formulas (Manufacturer, Product Types, and Product Lines)Table 5-7The Market for Parenteral Nutrition 2008-2016Figure 5-4The Global Market for Parenteral Nutrition 2008-2016Table 5-8The Global Market for Parenteral Nutrition by Product Type* 2012Figure 5-5The Global Market for Parenteral Nutrition by Product Type* 2012Table 5-9The Global Market for Parenteral Nutrition Estimated Products Sales by Select Geographic
  11. 11. Region, 2012Figure 5-6The Global Market for Parenteral Nutrition Market Share by Select Geographic Region,2012Table 5-10The Global Market for Parenteral Nutrition Estimated Revenues and Market Share of LeadingSuppliers 2012Figure 5-7The Global Market for Parenteral Nutrition Estimated Market Share by Leading Suppliers 2012Table 5-11The Global Market for Parenteral Nutrition Estimated Market Shares by Region for LeadingSuppliers 2012Figure 5-8The Global Market for Parenteral Nutrition Estimated U.S. Market Shares for Leading Suppliers2012Figure 5-9The Global Market for Parenteral Nutrition Estimated Market Shares Outside the U.S. for LeadingSuppliers 2012CHAPTER SIX: TOTAL MARKET SIZE AND FORECASTTable 6-1The Global Market for Clinical Nutrition 2008-2016Figure 6-1The Global Market for Clinical Nutrition 2008-2016Table 6-2The Global Market for Clinical Nutrition by Product Type 2008-2016Figure 6-2The Global Market for Clinical Nutrition by Type 2008-2016Figure 6-3The Global Market for Clinical Nutrition by Type 2012Figure 6-4The Global Market for Clinical Nutrition by Type 2016Table 6-3The Global Market for Clinical Nutrition by Country 2008, 2010 and 2012Figure 6-5The Global Market for Clinical Nutrition by Country 2008, 2010 and 2012Table 6-4Leading Suppliers Clinical Nutrition Revenues and Significant Segments of Participation, 2012Figure 6-6Leading Suppliers Clinical Nutrition Estimated Market Shares, 2012CHAPTER SEVEN: ISSUES AND TRENDS AFFECTING THE NUTRITION MARKETTable 7-1Nutrition Products with Specific Wound Management BenefitsTable 7-2
  12. 12. Parenteral Nutrition Shortages, updated September 2012Table 7-3U.S. National Breastfeeding StatisticsFigure 7-1U.S. National Breastfeeding StatisticsTable 7-4Medicare Reimbursement for Home Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition; DME MAC.Table 7-5Enteral Product Classification, 2012Table 7-6Example of DMEPOS Fee Schedule for Common Enteral Items, 2012 Fee ScheduleTable 7-7Example of DMEPOS Fee Schedule for Common Parenteral Items, 2012 Fee ScheduleTable 7-8WIC Participants by Participant Category in 2006, 2009, 2010Figure 7-2Distribution of WIC Participants by Type, 2006Figure 7-3Distribution of WIC Participants by Type, 2010Table 7-9WIC Agencies and Distribution of Participants by State, 2010Table 7-10Dieticians and Nutritionists by Facility Type, 2011Table 7-11Highest Number of Dieticians and Nutritionists by State, 2011Table 7-12Highest Concentration of Dieticians and Nutritionists by State, 2011Table 7-13Recalls of Infant Feeding Products, 2001-2012Table 7-14Selected Enteral Feeding PumpsContact: sales@reportsandreports.com for more information.

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