Eye Infections Treatment Market Plans to Investment more To Launch New Product Forms
Eye infections can be the inflammation of the Conjunctiva, eyelid, the cornea, the liquid inside the eye, the retina and others. The most commonly seen eye infection is conjunctivitis, caused by adenovirus or bacteria like staphylococcus aureus which is common in children. Treatment varies accordingly by the cause of infection which includes eye drops, ointments or oral antibiotics therapy. Increasing number of eye infection incidences gives demand for treating eye infection, which in turn drives the growth of the Eye Infections Treatment Market.
Growing population, rising prevalence of eye diseases, increasing investments to introduce new product forms, free eye check up camps by government are the major key growth factors of the Eye Infections Treatment Market. Rising awareness regarding various eye infections and prevalence of blindness in huge population driving the growth for the market.
Among all categories of eye infection, conjunctivitis has the highest market share in the market. However, higher costs of R & D, stringent government regulations in development of drug procedures and the side effects associated with various antibiotics are the key restraints for the Eye Infections Treatment Market.
Asia-Pacific is dominating the Eye Infections Treatment Market, and is also projected to register the fastest growth due to warm climatic conditions, rapidly increasing population and modernizing health-care infrastructure. Americas is also registering healthy growth due to technological advancements followed by Europe.
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