LONDON, Oct. 17, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- The global ophthalmic drugs market was valued at $25bn in 2018. The market was dominated by the Retinal Disorder drug submarket which held 43% of the global ophthalmic drugs market.
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• Global ophthalmic drugs market revenue forecasts from 2019-2029
• Global ophthalmic drugs market revenue forecasts from 2019-2029, by submarket: • Retinal Disorder Drugs • Allergic, Inflammatory & Infective Drugs • Glaucoma Drugs • Dry Eye Drugs • Other Ophthalmic Drugs
• Revenue forecasts from 2019-2028 of the leading ophthalmic drugs: • Alphagan • Avastin • Azopt • Eylea • Lucentis • Lumigan & Ganfort • Restasis • Vigamix • Xalatan/Xalacom • Other Ophthalmic Drugs
• Our report provides an overview, revenue forecast from 2019-2029 of the ophthalmic drugs segment, revenue forecast from 2019-2029 of the leading drugs, product pipeline and SWOT analysis, for these companies: • Akorn • Allergan • Bayer • Novartis • Pfizer • Regeneron • Roche • Santen Pharmaceuticals • Senju • Valeant
• Our report provides these Qualitative Analysis: • Drivers and Restraints of the Global Ophthalmic Drugs market • SWOT Analysis of selected leading companies • Porter's Five Forces Analysis of the Global Ophthalmic Drugs Market
• Key questions answered by this report: • How is the ophthalmic drugs market evolving? • What is driving and restraining the ophthalmic drugs market? • What are the market shares of each segment of the overall ophthalmic drugs market in 2018? • How will each ophthalmic drug submarket grow over the forecast period and how much revenue will these submarkets account for in 2029? • How will the market shares for each ophthalmic drugs submarket develop from 2018- 2029? • Which individual therapies will prevail and how will these shifts be responded to? • What will be the main growth driver of the overall market from 2019-2029? • Who are the leading players in each regional market and what are their prospects over the forecast period? • What are the predictions for M&A activity, consolidation for existing players and the potential prospects for new market entrants? • How will the industry evolve during the period between 2018 and 2029?
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Companies covered in the report include:
Abbott Laboratories (Abbott) Abbvie Actavis Acucela Advanced Vision Research (acquired by Akorn) Aerie Pharmaceuticals Aerpio Therapeutics Akorn Pharmaceuticals Alcon (subsidiary of Novartis) Alimera Sciences Allergan Allegro Ophthalmics Altheos Amakem Ampio Pharma Asahi Glass AstraZeneca Aton Pharma (acquired by Valeant) Banyu Pharmaceutical (part of Merck) Bausch and Lomb (subsidiary of Valeant) Bayer Bayer Yakuhin (Japanese subsidiary of Bayer) BioDiem Bicycle Therapeutics Biogen Idec BioInvent International Biovail Corporation (part of Valeant) Bristol-Myers Squibb Can-Fite BioPharma Chengdu Kanghong Pharmaceutical Chiron Corportation (part of Novartis) Chugai Pharmaceutical (part of Roche) CIBA VISION (part of Novartis) Ciba-Geigy (part of Novartis) Colby Pharmaceutical Company (Colby) CoMentis Daiichi Sankyo Eleven Biotherapeutics Eli Lilly and Company (Lilly) EyeGate Pharmaceuticals Eyetech Inc. / Eyetech Pharmaceuticals (acquired by Valeant) Fougera Pharmaceuticals (acquired by Novartis) Gene Signal Genentech (subsidiary of Roche) Genzyme (subsidiary of Sanofi) Gilead Sciences GSK ICN Pharmaceuticals (original Valeant company) Icon Bioscience Inamed Corporation (subsidiary of Allergan) Inception Sciences, Inc. InSite Vision Inspire Pharmaceuticals (acquired by Merck) ISTA Pharmaceuticals (part of Valeant) Jerini AG Jerini Ophthalmic (part of Jerini AG) Johnson & Johnson Kestrel Ophthalmics Kyorin Pharmaceutical Kyowa Hakko Kirin LEO Pharma Lpath MacuCLEAR MacuSIGHT, Inc. MAP Pharmaceuticals (acquired by Allergan) Meda Medicis Corporation (acquired by Valeant) Merck & Co. (Merck) MerLion Pharmaceuticals MSD K.K. (part of Merck) Mylan Pharmaceuticals Mystic Pharmaceuticals Neurotech NicOx Nippon Boehringer Ingelheim (subsidiary of Boehringer Ingelheim) NovaBay Pharmaceuticals Novagali Pharma (acquired by Santen) Novartis Novo (subsidiary of Novo Nordisk) Novo Nordisk Oakwood Laboratories OcuSciences Omeros Onyx Pharmaceuticals OphthaliX (part-owned by Can-Fite BioPharma) Ophthotech OPKO Health Ora OSI Pharmaceuticals Othera Pharmaceuticals (acquired by Colby) Otsuka Pharmaceutical Oxford BioMedica OXiGENE Parke-Davis (subsidiary of Pfizer) PDL BioPharma Pfizer Pharmacia (acquired by Pfizer) Potentia Pharmaceuticals Premacure Procter & Gamble pSivida Quark Pharmaceuticals Reckitt Benckiser Regeneron RetroSense Therapeutics ReVision Therapeutics Roche RXi Pharmaceuticals Sandoz (part of Novartis) Sanofi Santen Pharmaceutical Co. (Santen) SARcode Bioscience Schering-Plough (part of Merck) Senju Senju Pharmaceuticals Science & Technology (Beijing) Co., Ltd. (subsidiary of Senju) Senju USA Inc. (subsidiary of Senju) Shire Sirion Therapeutics Sirna Therapeutics Sirnaomics SkinMedica (subsidiary of Allergan) Spark Therapeutics Symphony ViDA Takeda Pharmaceutical Teva The Patent Board ThromboGenics Upjohn (acquired by Pfizer through Pharmacia) Valeant Pharmaceuticals Ventana Medical Systems (acquired by Roche) Versant Ventures Warburg Pincus LLC Warner-Lambert (acquired by Pfizer) Watson Pharmaceuticals Wyeth Pharmaceuticals (part of Pfizer)
List of Other Organizations Mentioned in the Report A*STAR Institute for Infocomm Research (Singapore) American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) American Diabetes Association American Society of Retina Specialists (ASRS) Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO) Council of Europe Emory University European Medicines Agency (EMA) Foundation Fighting Blindness (FFB) (US) Health Canada Institute of Experimental Medicine (Russia) Institute of Ocular Pharmacology, Texas A&M (US) Institute of Ophthalmology, University College London (UK) Intellectual Property Appellate Board (India) International Diabetes Federation Internet Archive Japan Patent Office (JPO) Mayo Clinic Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare (MHLW) (Japan) Monash University National Eye Institute (NEI) (US) National Health Service (NHS) (UK) National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) (UK) NHS Scotland Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research (NIBR) (part of Novartis) Novartis Venture Funds (NVF) (part of Novartis) Ophthalmology External Research Unit (part of Pfizer) Ophthrisi (GSK research unit) Rinat (Pfizer research unit) Texas Emerging Technology Fund Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) (Australia) Tokyo University of Science United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) University of Florida University of Kentucky University of Melbourne University of Michigan US Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) World Health Organization (WHO)