London, UK (PRWEB) October 17, 2013
In the recent past, the advancements in the veterinary health market and the expanding range of veterinary health products have considerably transformed the welfare and health of animals the world over. Currently, the assortment and complexity of veterinary health products continue to expand, comprising parasite controls, metabolic drugs, anti-infectives, feed additives, vaccines, reproductive aids, antibiotics, imaging diagnostics, topical solutions and far more.
In 2013, the world animal vaccines market is likely to be worth around USD 5.79 billion. It is poised to record 8.1% CAGR to surpass the USD 8.59 billion mark by 2018. The key drivers of the sector growth include the increasing prevalence of animal diseases, rising investments from various animal welfare associations and government bodies, and also the increasing numbers of cases of zoonotic infections in humans.
In-demand research report “Veterinary Health Markets” drawn up by TriMark Publications has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd.
Title: Veterinary Health Markets
Published: June, 2013
Price: US$ 3,400.00
The report features an in-depth analysis of the worldwide veterinary health market. It presents qualitative and quantitative information on the industry performance, provides insights into the competitive landscape and discloses vital details on the key market players (including companies involved in marketing, manufacturing or developing veterinary health products). The study presents an extensive review of the currently available products, describes the actual state of the market, examines the major market segments, characterizes the main trends prevailing in the market, and discusses important industry issues.
The areas covered in the research study include: common diseases in dogs, horses, cats, pigs, poultry and cattle; antibiotics; animal feed additives; veterinary non-steroid anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs); veterinary biologics (vaccines); veterinary diagnostics; veterinary anthelmintics (parasiticides); veterinary antifungal drugs; and more.
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