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Region: Central America
Category: Pharmaceuticals

Central America Pharmaceuticals

(50 reports matching your criteria)
  • Costa Rica Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Q3 2019

    ... treatment and the gradual launch of new therapies will support this trend.Costa Rica will continue to represent a stable operating environment in Latin America although the relatively small market size willcontinue to weigh on the ... Read More

  • Panama Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Q3 2019

    ... recurrent medicine shortages and risingmedicine prices, the incoming government will likely place particular attention on these and other issues arising in part from thelack of a unified public health system and inefficient regulatory processes. Panama’s ... Read More

  • El Salvador Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Q2 2019

    ... slow but steady improvement to pharmaceutical production infrastructureand intellectual property provisions. However, owing to a persistent lack of coordination, underdeveloped informationsystems and financial instability, the health sector has been unable to exploit the country's abundant ... Read More

  • Guatemala Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Q2 2019

    ... constraints will remain a recurrent issue. This will bepartially addressed by new healthcare infrastructure projects announced by the social security institute. Government steps towardsunifying the health system will progress at a gradual pace, limiting significant ... Read More

  • Nicaragua Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Q2 2019

    ... and long-term, the sector will remain heavily underfunded. Withthe government cutting funding for numerous healthcare projects along with the mass dismissals of medical professionals inretaliation to wide spread unrest in 2018, patient access to health ... Read More

  • Honduras Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Q2 2019

    ... the market will remainreliant on low-value generic imports. We expect weak growth for medicine sales in the coming years, as institutional corruption andan inadequate regulatory enforcement will continue to make Honduras one of the least ... Read More

  • Analgesics in Costa Rica

    ... the case of the more-specialised, value-added options found across pharmacies and drugstores. Most OTC analgesics were given point-of-sale activation campaigns, which kept promoting specific brands, as a result of the interaction between manufacturers and store ... Read More

  • Dermatologicals in Costa Rica

    ... low during 2017-2018. There continued to be a proliferation of dermocosmetic brands focused on supporting higher-end and more-mature consumers, especially in regard to facial skin care. In this context, the only relevant examples in terms ... Read More

  • Herbal/Traditional Products in Costa Rica

    ... Himalaya have been capable of developing top-of-mind awareness across different groups of target buyers, who often base their choices on positive references, point-of-sale presence and affordability. Functional herbal formulations for common modern ailments such as ... Read More

  • Dietary Supplements in Costa Rica

    ... supplements is rising. A larger base of Costa Rican consumers is being targeted, particularly millennials (based on prevention) as well as older people (eg therapeutic options). In this context, there is ongoing dynamic development in ... Read More

  • Paediatric Consumer Health in Costa Rica

    ... associated with more-traditional brands. Positioning strategies, point-of-sale availability and top-of-mind awareness in relation to common illnesses (such as cough, cold and allergy issues) remain significant, as does leveraging on affordable prices and mainstream healthcare practitioners’ ... Read More

  • Vitamins in Costa Rica

    ... habits, the demand for vitamins continues to build amongst locals. In most cases, local buyers tend to opt for multivitamins when they perceive a drop in their daily energy levels due to chronic life stress, ... Read More

  • Cough, Cold and Allergy (Hay Fever) Remedies in Costa Rica

    ... when rain tends to be more frequent), the demand for cough, cold and allergy (hay fever) remedies maintains its regular cyclic pattern, increasing in relevance between the months of June and December (having a peak ... Read More

  • Digestive Remedies in Costa Rica

    ... health and wellness (in particular digestive health), the development of new digestive remedies during 2018 continued to be focused on preventive and therapeutic approaches. The intention was to allow consumers to deal with multiple digestive ... Read More

  • Consumer Health in Costa Rica

    ... custom and functional diets becomes ever more relevant in relation to consumer health demand. Key concepts such as leaky gut, intestinal health, microbiome balance and probiotics intake keep gaining momentum as major wellbeing foundations. In ... Read More

  • Analgesics in Guatemala

    ... the need to see a doctor. For example, Cardioaspirina (Bayer de Guatemala) is advertised as helping to prevent heart attacks, while Vitaflenaco (Farmamédica) is promoted as a stress relieving analgesic, as it contains vitamin B. ... Read More

  • Dermatologicals in Guatemala

    ... Eucerin, La Roche-Posay and Mustela, which are international names familiar to upper-income consumers. Many more affluent consumers have already used these brands, albeit mainly purchased when traveling abroad. The growing range of imported brands is ... Read More

  • Herbal/Traditional Products in Guatemala

    ... as a large part of the population lives below the poverty line without easy access to medication, and cultural, as Guatemalans see herbal/traditional products as effective, but harmless options. The low unit price of herbs ... Read More

  • Dietary Supplements in Guatemala

    ... supplements and lecithin. In 2018, combination products were most in demand. Antioxidants are seen as an effective way to fight ageing, while dietary supplements claiming to improve sexual performance are seen as a more affordable ... Read More

  • Paediatric Consumer Health in Guatemala

    ... more common among parents of infants and babies. However, doctors tend to prescribe paediatric OTC products such as acetaminophen when symptoms are low and the child does not require antibiotics. Self-medication does happen, with children ... Read More

  • Cough, Cold and Allergy (Hay Fever) Remedies in Guatemala

    ... of making an appointment with a healthcare professional all boost the demand for OTC cough, cold and allergy (hay fever) remedies. Products that promise rapid and long-lasting relief and tackle multiple symptoms, such as general ... Read More

  • Digestive Remedies in Guatemala

    ... for lunch, are forcing them to eat in restaurants and develop poor eating habits, since they usually eat greasy or spicy food that brings the risk of digestive problems, such as acid reflux and diarrhoea. ... Read More

  • Consumer Health in Guatemala

    ... impacted the growth expectations of the economy, according to Banco de Guatemala. The eruption also had a direct impact on consumer health, as Guatemalans responded by donating first aid products (wound care and analgesics) to ... Read More

  • Guatemala Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Q2 2018

    ... that demand for medical treatment remains on the rise. Morebroadly, the relatively large and growing population will drive commercial opportunities for drugmakers and healthcare suppliers.However, low per capita spending on medicine and a poor operating ... Read More

  • Vaccine Market in Costa Rica to 2022

    ... Rica. The research includes historical data from 2011 to 2017 and forecasts until 2022 which makes the report an invaluable resource for industry executives, marketing, sales and product managers, consultants, analysts, and other people looking ... Read More

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