Over The Counter (OTC) Test Market – Overview
The global over the counter (OTC) test market is expected to achieve considerable growth over the course of the given forecast period of 2019 to 2027. With the growing prevalence of infectious diseases and other disorders such as diabetes, more and more over the counter (OTC) test are becoming popular. These tests are easily available at any medical or pharmacy center and are quite cheap. In recent years, the accuracy and the reliability of these tests have grown considerably. Naturally, the market analysts are predicting are positive growth of the global market.
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Over The Counter (OTC) Test Market – Notable Developments
Some of the key developments in the global over the counter (OTC) test market are given below:
- In 2019, SD Biosensor introduced a new product called STANDARD GLucoNavii GDH for the monitoring of the glucose level in the blood.
- In 2019, Labstyle Innovation, one of the key players in the global over the counter (OTC) test market announced that the company has entered into an agreement with Better Living Now (BLN) for the expansion of its distribution channel. Better Living Now will now help in the distribution of Labstyle’s Blood Glucose Monitoring System and its flagship digital health platform DarioEngage.
Over The Counter (OTC) Test Market – Drivers and Restraints
There are multiple reasons for the rapid development of the global over the counter (OTC) test market. One of the key driving factor for the market growth has been the growing prevalence of target disorders and diseases such as infectious diseases and diabetes. These are some of the most prominent ailments across the globe and need effective and rapid testing. Naturally, it has helped in driving the sales of the over the counter (OTC) test market.
In addition to this, another key factor for the growth of the global over the counter (OTC) test market is the rising health awareness among people. People across the globe are becoming more and more health conscious and maintaining good physical fitness. There has been significant awareness among people about infectious disease such as HIV and other infectious diseases. The HIV over the counter (OTC) test segment of the global market is expected to witness considerable growth over the course of the given forecast period. This is thus projected to help in the overall development of the global over the counter (OTC) test market.
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Over The Counter (OTC) Test Market – Geographical Outlook
In terms of geographical segments, there are five key regions of the global over the counter (OTC) test market. These regions are Asia Pacific, North America, Middle East and Africa, Europe, and Latin America. Of these, the global over the counter (OTC) test market is currently dominated by the Asia Pacific region. The growth of the Asia Pacific region is mainly due to the growing number of patients in the region coupled with growing prevalence of infectious diseases. In addition to this, there has been a significant awareness among people about their health. This has been working in favor of the over the counter (OTC) test in the Asia Pacific region. Moreover, the governments in the region have initiated several campaigns to promote public health and have made these over the counter (OTC) test more affordable. This has thus driven the growth of the market in the Asia Pacific region.
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