Published on : Aug 10, 2017
Albany, New York, August 10, 2017: Nocturia in past couple of years has gained a lot of attention and prompted researchers and manufacturers to invest and thereby improve quality sleep and overall life rating. To provide comprehensive insights of the ongoing therapeutic research and development across Nocturia, a new study titled “Nocturia- Pipeline Insight, 2017” has been broadcasted to the wide repository of Market Research Hub (MRH). The descriptive epidemiological data on nocturia exists in the report indicate that it increases with age and the steepest increase is in older groups (>65 years).
Nocturia or nocturnal polyuria, is the medical term used for excessive urination at night. This means that people having nocturia condition will need to wake up during the night to urinate for so many time. Rated among the most stressful symptoms in older men and women, nocturia is classified into three prominent categories namely bladder storage problems, nocturnal polyuria, and mixed nocturia. Especially among the elderly patients, the lack of sleep often leads to nocturia and is not to be mistaken by enuresis or bedwetting where patients do not wake up to avoid it. Diabetes, pregnancy and diuretic medications are also associated with nocturia.
Firstly, the report starts with the overview of nocturia and its therapeutic development. Under the therapeutic development, the pipeline overview, pipeline products for nocturia that are under development and in clinical stage are detailed along with product description, R&D and product development activities. Further, the study provides the therapeutic assessment of the nocturia, which assesses the target, mechanism of action, route of administration and molecule type. Overall, the report provides a complete understanding of the pipeline activities which comprises all clinical, pre-clinical and discovery stage products.
Further, the report also adds that variety of medical conditions can cause nocturia. Common causes of nocturia are a urinary tract infection (UTI) or bladder infection. It has been analyzed that numerous treatment options for nocturia exist, but most are associated with minor benefit or lack sufficient evidence supporting their use. By systematically analyzing an individual's causes of nocturia, clinicians can design appropriate treatment strategies to most effectively treat this condition. Moreover, the report also covers the dormant and discontinued pipeline projects related to the Nocturia.
The report is a detailed analysis that is proofed with primary, secondary research and validated by an expert panel. The report also comprises of tables and figures that provide the pictorial representation of the details described in the provided researched report and thus assist in easy analysis.
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