Region: Central America
Category: Pharmaceuticals

Central America Pharmaceuticals

(52 reports matching your criteria)
  • Costa Rica Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Q3 2020

    ... adaptation by the health system,including resources diverted towards controlling the emergency outbreak, will continue to be carried out. Based on market growthfundamentals, Costa Rica's pharmaceuticals and healthcare spending will post robust growth over the next ... Read More

  • Panama Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Q3 2020

    ... as resources are diverted towardsstrengthening the country's response to the coronavirus outbreak. The impact of Covid-19 on overall pharmaceutical spending willbe less evident, as most additional spending is directed towards healthcare capacity and consumables. Over ... Read More

  • Guatemala Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Q2 2020

    ... aimed at controlling drug prices and ensuring broader access totreatment will remain a policy priority. Corruption and broader political risks, as well as an underdeveloped health system, willcontinue to weigh on the market’s growth potential. Read More

  • Honduras Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Q2 2020

    ... long term, the country’s small population and low per capitaspending on medicines will present few opportunities for innovative drugmakers. Furthermore, with high levels of corruption and aninadequate regulatory environment, we continue to view Honduras as ... Read More

  • El Salvador Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Q2 2020

    ... and to attract foreign investment. At the sametime, coordinated renovation campaigns at health centres across the country have seen a gradual improvement to the standard ofcare, even though questions still remain over the regulatory framework, ... Read More

  • Nicaragua Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Q2 2020

    ... positive growth outlook for the country’s pharmaceutical and healthcaremarkets. However, despite potential long-term opportunities arising from a growing chronic disease burden, as one of the smallestmarkets in the region with low purchasing power, Nicaragua will ... Read More

  • Analgesics in Costa Rica

    ... sales due to the availability of a vast range of economic alternatives. Besides, these analgesics are also provided by the local Health Security System and are therefore accessible to most low- and mid-income consumers, and ... Read More

  • Dermatologicals in Costa Rica

    ... to facial skin care. Recent new product launches could be seen in hair loss treatments, such as D S Laboratories’ lines of therapeutic hair-stimulating shampoos and anti-thinning lotions based on functional herbal and natural formulations. ... Read More

  • Dietary Supplements in Costa Rica

    ... of Costa Rican consumers is being targeted, particularly millennials (based on prevention) as well as older people (with therapeutic options). Euromonitor International's Dietary Supplements in Costa Rica report offers a comprehensive guide to the size ... Read More

  • Digestive Remedies in Costa Rica

    ... medication, including analgesics, which can damage the stomach wall and the gut lining. Colon inflammation, irritable bowel syndrome and stomach acidity lead in terms of symptoms that boost demand for digestive remedies. Rising awareness of ... Read More

  • Paediatric Consumer Health in Costa Rica

    ... parents and healthcare specialists often tend to adopt a cautious approach in relation to these products’ prescription and recommended dosages. Positioning strategies, point-of-sale availability and top-of-mind awareness in relation to common illnesses (such as cough, ... Read More

  • Vitamins in Costa Rica

    ... vitamins continues to grow. Multivitamins’ demand continues to lead the pace, developing additional levels of segmentation capable of targeting more specific groups of consumers, according to gender, age and level of physical activity. Added herbal ... 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

  • Consumer Health in Costa Rica

    ... ensured the rising popularity of herbal/traditional products across all consumer health categories, in particular digestive remedies, sleep aids, cough and cold, weight management and wellbeing and dietary supplements. Both international players, including GNC and Himalaya, ... Read More

  • Herbal/Traditional Products in Costa Rica

    ... of supporting multiple types of health conditions, including digestive support, coughs and cold, and weight management. The penetration of these proposals continues to gain momentum across a broader range of healthcare specialists and modern grocery ... Read More

  • Analgesics in Guatemala

    ... in 2019, particularly because they can be taken to relieve a range of symptoms including aches and pains, headaches, colds and fevers. The ability to be multifunctional is why these two products led analgesics, with ... Read More

  • Dietary Supplements in Guatemala

    ... to treat ailments with prescribed or OCT remedies. In Guatemala, consumers benefit from the large range of dietary supplements that are on offer; from economy domestic players such as Ferridoce, to premium offerings such as ... Read More

  • Herbal/Traditional Products in Guatemala

    ... them feel confident that they are safe. In order to compete with herbal/traditional products and give consumers what they are looking for, many OTC offerings have added natural ingredients. An example of this is Sal ... Read More

  • Paediatric Consumer Health in Guatemala

    ... ingredients help to ensure parents that their children are consuming healthy items. Syrups continued to be the most common delivery mechanisms in paediatric remedies, and gummies were seen in vitamins and dietary supplements. Euromonitor International's ... Read More

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

    ... by convenience and affordability. In 2019, there was a growing trend to offer both daytime and night-time formulas. This was seen from Bayer’s Tabcin; with one for use in the day and Tabcin Noche for ... Read More

  • Dermatologicals in Guatemala

    ... treatments. The taboos surrounding the use of vaginal antifungals and antiparasitics/lice (head and body) treatments often drive consumers to use natural home-made remedies, so they can avoid being seen purchasing the item in public. This ... Read More

  • Digestive Remedies in Guatemala

    ... for lunch, are forcing them to eat in restaurants and out and about, developing poor eating habits. Street food in particular is more affordable, and usually greasy, spicy and higher in fat, bringing with it ... Read More

  • Vitamins in Guatemala

    ... illness by complementing a healthy diet with vitamins. The ageing population also stimulated sales, as healthcare specialists recommend the intake of vitamins to prevent ailments related to ageing. Euromonitor International's Vitamins in Guatemala report offers ... Read More

  • Consumer Health in Guatemala

    ... for new offerings, both domestic and imported. Secondly, consumer health has the threat of natural and home-made remedies and finally, the economy of the country means that many consumers rely on generic medications, meaning innovation ... Read More

  • Consumer Health in Panama

    ... and dietary supplements. Despite continued macroeconomic growth, income inequality is significant and healthcare coverage varies considerably between poor rural communities and the urban middle class. As such, there remains scope for further sales growth from ... Read More

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