The Future Of Enteral Nutrition: Key players, disease specific opportunities and market forecasts

Date: July 22, 2010
Pages: 118
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The Future Of Enteral Nutrition: Key players, disease specific opportunities and market forecasts
Fuelled by an aging population and rising rates of illness, the clinical nutrition markets in the US, Canada and the EU continue to expand. Each of the five major product manufacturers are attempting to differentiate their offerings through the development of new products tailored specifically for certain patient groups. These products offer significantly greater nutritive benefits than more general products, offering manufacturers a means to establish leadership in these segments and capture share. Certain other companies, including start up enterprises, are also entering this market with unique new products.

This report analyzes the clinical nutrition market, identifying new product opportunities, and discusses how they will impact the market in the near and long term. The product development strategies of the leading manufacturers are analyzed and key opportunities are identified.

Key features of this report
  • Examines the current products and uses for clinical nutrition
  • Identifies and analyzes the most recent trends and issues in enteral nutrition
  • Forecasts the market through 2014 for the US, Canada and EU as well as by major European country, including market share information and size/growth forecasts
  • Discusses how different market segments will evolve over the next five years and why
  • Explores the complexities of market trends and opportunities
  • Profiles the major enteral nutrition companies and their growth strategies
Scope of this report
  • Develop deeper insight into the size and growth of the enteral nutrition industry by utilizing the report’s unique market forecasts.
  • Understand the key new product opportunities for this market in both the near and long term.
  • Assess your organization’s position in the market and develop strategies to optimize this position.
  • Anticipate future enteral nutrition market trends and make your decisions as effective and economical as possible by understanding the industry dynamics.
  • Evaluate important trends in enteral nutrition.
Key Market Issues
  • Demand for enteral nutrition products is rising as the populations of the US, Canada and the EU continue to age.
  • The continued trend towards personalized medicine is manifesting in the clinical nutrition market via disease-specific products and increased research into nutrigenic products.
  • As hospital stays continue to decrease and more patients make use of home healthcare, particularly in Europe, the home market will become an increasingly important segment for enteral nutrition.
  • With high and rising rates of obesity, and diabetes many enteral nutrition companies are developing products for these individuals who require medical feeding.
  • Malnutrition among newly admitted hospital patients remains high, creating a strong need for enteral nutrition products.
Key findings from this report
  • Total sales of enteral nutrition products in the US, Canada and the EU reached $3.6bn in 2009. Of this, 41.2% was derived from US sales, while 3.2% was derived from Canada and the remaining 55.5% was obtained from the EU. Through 2014, total enteral nutrition product sales will rise by 7% per year to reach $5.1bn, reflecting continued downward pricing pressure. The greatest growth will occur in the EU, at 7.1% per year, followed by the US at 7% per year and Canada at 6.2% per year.
  • Neuromuscular condition patients accounted for the greatest proportion of enteral nutrition sales in 2009, followed by cancer patients, nutritional depletion/malnutrition patients, surgery/burn patients, gastrointestinal disease patients, dialysis patients, immunotherapy patients and other patients.
  • Although many enteral nutrition products may be considered multifunctional, in that they can be safely and effectively used in a wide variety of clinical situations, some newer products are being optimized for certain important disease states.
  • In terms of new product opportunities in the near term, patient populations that are currently underserved include those suffering from obesity, diabetics, respiratory patients, seniors and persons with dysphagia. These groups also tend to have a life-long need for medical nutrition products, creating a significant market opportunity.
Key questions answered
  • What will the enteral nutrition market size and growth be through to 2014 for the US, Canada and EU?
  • Within the EU, how do enteral nutrition product sales vary by country and why?
  • Which companies are current and future key players?
  • What are the major new product opportunities in the near and long term?
  • How do new product opportunities vary by disease and region?
  • What factors will affect new product opportunities in the future?

Executive summary
Introduction
Enteral nutrition in the US and Canada
Enteral nutrition in the EU
Opportunities in enteral nutrition

CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION

Summary
Introduction
Disease populations for enteral nutrition
Cancer patients
Enteral nutrition for cancer patients
Patients with neuromuscular conditions
Enteral nutrition for patients with neuromuscular conditions
Gastrointestinal disease patients
Enteral nutrition for GI disease patients
Malnutrition patients
Enteral nutrition for malnutrition patients
Other clinical nutrition patients
Alzheimer's disease sufferers
Anorexia nervosa patients
Burn patients
The critically ill
Dialysis patients
Immunotherapy/AIDS patients
Respiratory patients
Surgery and/or transplantation patients
Special populations for enteral nutrition
Diabetics
The obese
Seniors
Environments for enteral nutrition
Inpatient environments
Outpatient environments
Major types of enteral nutrition
Enteral vs. parenteral nutrition
Oral vs. tube feeding
Nasal intubation
Surgical insertion of feeding tubes
Products and ingredients
Related products
Market summary

CHAPTER 2 ENTERAL NUTRITION IN THE US AND CANADA

Summary
Introduction
Regulation
Insurance reimbursement
User populations
Enteral nutrition in the US
Key products and players
Sales and market share, 2009-2014
Sales by disease population
New product development
Opportunities
Near term (2010–2012)
Long term (2013–2014)
Enteral nutrition in Canada
Key products and players
Sales and market share, 2009-2014
Sales by disease population
New product development
Opportunities
Near term (2010–2012)
Long term (2013–2014)
Conclusions

CHAPTER 3 ENTERAL NUTRITION IN THE EU

Summary
Introduction
Regulation
Insurance reimbursement
User populations
Enteral nutrition in the EU
Key products and players
Sales and market share, 2009–2014
Germany
France
UK
Italy
Spain
Poland
Sales by disease population
Germany
France
UK
Italy
Spain
Poland
New product development
Opportunities
Near term (2010–2012)
Long term (2013–2014)
Conclusions

CHAPTER 4 OPPORTUNITIES IN ENTERAL NUTRITION

Summary
Introduction
New products and other opportunities by disease population
Cancer
Critical illness
Diabetes
Dysphagia
Gastrointestinal disease
Liver failure
Kidney disease
Obesity
Respiratory conditions
Other conditions
Product development strategies of leading enteral nutrition players
Abbott Nutrition
B. Braun
Danone Baby and Medical Nutrition
Fresenius Kabi
Nestl? HealthCare Nutrition
Conclusions
Appendix
Scope
Methodology
Abbreviations

TABLE OF FIGURES

Figure 1: Key nutritive needs by condition
Figure 2: Enteral nutrition patients (‘000) in the US, Canada and the EU, 2009–2014
Figure 3: Sales of enteral nutrition products ($m) in the US, Canada and the EU,
Figure 4: Sales of enteral nutrition products ($m) in the US, Canada and the EU by disease population, 2009 - 2014
Figure 5: Sales of enteral nutrition products ($m) in the US, Canada and the EU by major manufacturer, 2009
Figure 6: Number of enteral nutrition patients (‘000) in the US and Canada, 2009 - 2014
Figure 7: Total US enteral nutrition market ($m), 2009-2014
Figure 8: Leading US enteral nutrition players, 2009
Figure 9: US enteral nutrition market ($m) by disease population, 2009-2014
Figure 10: Total Canadian enteral nutrition market ($m), 2009-2014
Figure 11: Leading Canadian enteral nutrition players, 2009
Figure 12: Canadian enteral nutrition market ($m) by disease population, 2009-2014
Figure 13: Number of EU enteral nutrition patients (‘000), 2009-2014
Figure 14: EU country potential for enteral nutrition, 2010
Figure 15: Malnutrition in the EU by country, 2010
Figure 16: Total EU enteral nutrition market ($m), 2009-2014
Figure 17: Leading EU enteral nutrition players, 2009
Figure 18: German enteral nutrition market and patients, 2009-2014
Figure 19: French enteral nutrition market and patients, 2009-2014
Figure 20: UK enteral nutrition market and patients, 2009-2014
Figure 21: Italian enteral nutrition market and patients, 2009-2014
Figure 22: Spanish enteral nutrition market and patients, 2009-2014
Figure 23: Polish enteral nutrition market and patients, 2009-2014
Figure 24: EU enteral nutrition market ($m) by disease population, 2009-2014
Figure 25: EU hospital stays vs. home care patients, 1990-2010
Figure 26: Enteral nutrition opportunities by disease population, 2010
Figure 27: Strategy and product development activities of leading enteral nutrition product manufacturers, 2010

TABLE OF TABLES

Table 1: Inpatient care facilities in the US, Canada and the EU, 2009
Table 2: Advantages and disadvantages of feeding routes and types
Table 3: Disease specific enteral nutrition products
Table 4: US FDA definition of medical food
Table 4: US Medicare reimbursement for enteral nutrition products, 2009
Table 5: Leading US enteral nutrition products, 2010
Table 6: Leading US enteral nutrition products, 2010 (ctd1)
Table 7: Leading Canadian enteral nutrition products, 2010
Table 8: Leading EU enteral nutrition products, 2010
Table 9: Demographic data for EU member countries 2006
Table 10: Healthcare data for EU member countries 2006
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