Enterprise Ireland clients can access Datamonitor Healthcare’s in-depth market analysis of Gastroenterology diseases and disorders. The reports for Celiac Disease, Crohn’s Disease, Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), and Ulcerative Colitis covers various aspects of the market including;
- Treatment of the Disease
- Marketed and Pipeline Drugs
Clients can view the latest industry briefs and industry trend analyses of the market with BMI/Espicom. With the MedTrack database, clients can search research and development spending and view company details and financials.
Further you research with some of the following reports available from our various resources.
- Gastrointestinal Therapeutics and Diagnostics: Technologies and Global Markets
- Endoscopy Devices: Applications and Global Markets
- Advances in Prebiotic and Probiotic Therapies for Disorders of the Gastrointestinal Tract
- Global Probiotic Ingredients Market, Forecast to 2021
- Analysis of the Malaysian Endoscopy Devices Market, Forecast to 2019
- Analysis of Endoscopy Devices Repair Solutions in Europe
- Digestive Remedies
- Digestive Remedies: Trends & Innovations
- Gluten’s Curious Journey: Celiac disease isn’t going away–in fact, it’s increasing. What’s the history of gluten, and what does the future hold for those who can’t eat it? By. Bosley, Elisa. Delicious Living. Oct2017, Vol. 33 Issue 10
- Advances are being made in treatment of Crohn’s disease. Chain Drug Review. 10/10/2016, Vol. 38 Issue 15
- Digestive wellness meets fast-food. 01/02/2018.
- Key trends – the forces shaping the industry. 01/02/2018.
- Premium-priced shots boast ginger for digestive health. 01/08/2017
- Water kefir targets dairy-free gut health. 01/05/2017
For more information on the Fermented Foods & Probiotics market research available, check out our blog here.
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