Factor XIII Deficiency Treatment Continues to be Centered Around Fresh Frozen Plasma: Study

Fact.MR, Rockville: Fact.MR’s new research study on Factor XIII deficiency market reveals key insights on latest R&D, and their likely commercial impact. According to the study, stakeholders are looking for innovative ways to provide efficient Factor XIII deficiency care.

The report analyzes advances in Factor XIII deficiency in 20+ high-growth markets, such as US, UK, Germany, France, Japan, South Korea, China, and India. A detailed assessment of the strategies of the leading players, regulatory impact, and overall assessment has been included in the study.

Factor XIII deficiency treatment continues to be a key focus area for market participants. It is highly likely that investment in R&D will witness a surge in the next five years or so,” says the Fact.MR analyst.

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Key Takeaways

  • Treatment options continue to be centered around fresh frozen plasma, especially in regions where pharmaceutical version is not available
  • Risk of infection has led to declining adoption of cryoprecipitate in Factor XIII deficiency treatment
  • Preventive Factor XIII deficiency treatment remains a key intervention
  • Demand for immune suppressant drugs growing to treat autoantibodies, a side effect of the therapy

Prominent Drivers

Growing advances in R&D have led to higher confidence among healthcare providers and patients alike on the success ration of treating Factor XIII deficiency. Further, Factor XIII deficiency treatment using recombinant technology is gaining widespread adoption, which is another plus for stakeholders.

Key Restraints

Effective Factor XIII deficiency treatment is only available in certain countries, whereas many developing regions still lack the infrastructure and treatment options. Further, affording Factor XIII deficiency is another challenge in developing regions.

Competitive Landscape

Novo Nordisk, CSL Behring, and Inc. are the companies are among the prominent players in the market. Nearly the last decade has seen emerging companies perform well. The competition has been less in these times of COVID-19, but it will soon emerge as a strong performing market.

In the value chain of Factor XIII deficiency treatment market, fresh frozen plasma players have an important role. According to the study, a number of fresh frozen plasma players are active in the market.

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More Valuable Insights on Factor XIII Deficiency Market

In its latest offering, Fact.MR offers an in-depth overview of the market place for Factor XIII Deficiency, showing forecast data for the period 2018-2028. Based on treatment type, the market has been segmented into fresh frozen plasma treatment. Based on distribution channel, the report has been segmented into hospital pharmacies, retail pharmacies, and blood banks.

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