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The Antibacterial Drug Market Analysis 2008-2013

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This brand new market analysis by visiongain examines the prospects for antibacterial drugs from 2008-2013, including sales forecasts for leading pharmaceutical products. The antibacterial market is large in terms of disease area as well as the different drug classes used to treat these infections. However, this market is entering into a crucial period with many key products losing patent protection, facing heavy generic competition. In the light of this, including other factors, visiongain predicts this market to decline in revenues - but which products will suffer most? How can you fight this generic competition? The antibacterial drug market generated revenues of $30274m in 2006 - but what will it be in 2013? Only this brand new report will tell you.

The antibacterial market only contained one blockbuster drug in 2006, this being Johnson & Johnson's Levaquin. Visiongain predicts that there will be room for one more blockbuster drug as Levaquin will lose patent protection. This detailed report also highlights pipeline developments and important contemporary issues, especially commercial drivers and restraints.

This report will specifically analyse the world markets for the following classes of antibacterials:

- Cephalosporins

- Macrolides

- Penicillins

- Fluoroquinolones

- Carbapenems

- Miscellaneous.

The group 'miscellaneous' is an assorted group of antibacterials which includes the minor classes: the tetracyclines, aminoglycosides, glycopeptides and sulphonamides plus individual antibacterials such as Zyvox and Vancocin.

The Antibacterial Drug Market Analysis 2008 examines the market critically through a comprehensive review of available information. Sources include industrial databases, commercial news, published reports, economic research and consultation with experts. Visiongain applies financial forecasting, qualitative analyses and the assessment of unmet needs to provide a comprehensive market report with detailed analysis and informed opinion.

In particular, The Antibacterial Drug Market concentrates on the following essential aspects of the market:

- Discussion of the current pharmaceutical market

- Forecast of the worldwide pharmaceutical market from 2008-2013

- Drivers and restraints facing the antibacterial drug market

- Opportunities and threats facing the antibacterial drug market

- Growth of the antibacterial drugs market between 2008-2013

- Commercial prospects for the market-leading drugs, with sales forecasts from 2008-2013

- Individual forecasts of the leading drug classes from 2008-2013

- The potential of generics manufacturers to penetrate this market

- Pipeline developments with blockbuster potential

- Currently marketed drugs with blockbuster potential

- Discussion of unmet therapeutic needs and relative advantages of products

Why you should buy this report:

- To receive a comprehensive analysis of the prospects for antibacterial drugs from 2008-2013

- To discover predicted revenues, growth rates and other key metrics for leading pharmaceutical treatments from 2008-2013

- To determine key activities of leading companies

- To discover "hot" pipeline developments and up-and-coming products

To determine the forces that influence the market for antibacterial drugs:

- Competitive characteristics of the market

- Drivers

- Restraints

- Strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (SWOT analysis)

- To find out where the market is heading - both technologically and commercially

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Chapter 1 Executive Summary 
1.1 Market Review: Growth to 2013 Will Be Low 
1.2 Cephalosporin's Class Leads the Market 
1.3 Aims, Scope and Format of the Report 
Chapter 2 Introduction to Bacterial Infections 
2.1 Bacteria: An Introduction 


2.1.1 Bacteria Classification 
2.1.2 What is Bacterial Infection? 
2.1.3 Bacterial Invasiveness 
2.1.4 Bacterial Toxigenicity 
2.1.5 Bacterial Virulence 
2.1.6 The Factors that Govern the Transmission of Bacterial Disease 
2.1.7 Clinically Important Bacteria 

2.2 Bacterial Disease Statistics 


2.2.1 Infectious Diseases - Major Cause of Deaths Worldwide 
2.2.2 Risk Factors for Bacterial Infections 
2.2.3 Re-emergence of Infectious Diseases - A Major Global Threat 

2.3 Definition of Antibacterials 
2.4 The History of Antibacterials 


2.4.1 The Discovery of Penicillin 
2.4.2 Early Use of Penicillin 
2.4.3 Penicillin Resistance 
2.4.4 Discovery of Streptomycin, Chloramphenicol & Tetracycline 
2.4.5 Antibacterial Effects 

2.5 The Leading Antibacterials 
2.6 The Principal Mechanisms of Action of Antibacterials 


2.6.1 Antibacterials as Cell Wall Synthesis Inhibitors 
2.6.2 Antibacterials as Cell Membrane Inhibitors 
2.6.3 Antibacterials as Protein Synthesis Inhibitors 
2.6.4 The Effects of Antibacterials on Nucleic Acids 

2.7 Antibiotics as Competitive Inhibitors 
2.8 Antibacterial Classification by Chemical Structure 


2.8.1 Penicillin 
2.8.2 Semisynthetic Penicillins 
2.8.3 Carbapenems 
2.8.4 Cephalosporins 
2.8.5 Quinolones and Fluoroquinolones 
2.8.6 Tetracyclines 
2.8.7 Aminoglycosides 
2.8.8 Sulphonamides 
2.8.9 Macrolides 
2.8.10 Glycopeptides 
2.8.11 Oxazolidinones 

2.9 Broad-Spectrum vs Narrow-Spectrum Antibiotics 
Chapter 3 The World Market for Antibacterials 2008-2013 
3.1 The Global Antibacterial Drug Market Will Decline During 2008-2013 
3.2 Pfizer Currently Leads the Antibacterials Market 
3.3 Cephalosporins to Continue Their Domination of the Antibacterials Market Despite Negative Growth 
3.4 Miscellaneous Class Will Display High Revenues During 2006-2013 
3.5 Levaquin is Currently the World's Leading Antibacterial Agent - But will it Last? 
3.6 Patent Expiry Will Reduce Growth Rates 
3.7 Prescriptions for Antibiotics in the Developed World Are Falling 
3.8 Pharmaceutical Companies Accept that Future Antibacterial Blockbuster Drugs Will Be Increasingly Rare 
3.9 Generic Drugs Are Not Necessarily Cheap 
3.10 Competition in the Antibacterials Drug Market to Become Increasingly Intense 
Chapter 4 The World Market for Cephalosporins, 2008-2013 
4.1 Cephalosporins Will Suffer From Patent Expiration 
4.2 Abbott's Omnicef Currently Leads the Cephalosporins Market 


4.2.1 Omnicef Will Lose Dominance in This Class to Maxipime 

4.3 Rocephin Will Decline in Growth 


4.3.1 Rocephin Already Suffers From Generic Competition 

4.4 Maxipime Sales Will be Affected by the Loss of Patent Protection 
Chapter 5 The World Market for Fluoroquinolones, 2008-2013 
5.1 Increased Competition Will Lower Revenues Among the Fluoroquinolones 
5.2 Fluoroquinolones Linked With Side Effects 
5.3 Will J&J's Levaquin Still Dominate the Fluoroquinolones Market After Patent Expiration? 


5.3.1 Levaquin Faces Generic Competition 
5.3.2 Levaquin Approved for Urinary Tract Infections and Acute Pyelonephritis 

5.4 Avelox Will Exhibit Steady Growth 


5.4.1 Head-to-Head Study Finds Avelox to be More Effective in Patients with CAP 
5.4.2 Avelox Monotherapy as Effective as Combination Therapy in Patients With Severe CAP 
5.4.3 Avelox Monotherapy as Effective as Multi-Dose Combination Therapy in Patients With cIAI 
5.4.4 Bayer Warns Doctors on Rare Avelox Side Effects 

5.5 Ciproxin Will Decline in Growth 
5.6 Cravit Will Gradually Decline in Sales 
Chapter 6 The World Market for Broad Spectrum Penicillins, 2008-2013 
6.1 Penicillins Will Retain Their Niche Despite a Marked Decline in Sales 
6.2 Can GSK's Augmentin Overcome Generic Competition? 


6.2.1 Why Will Augmentin's Revenue Drop? 

6.3 Tazocin Will Decline in Sales 
Chapter 7 The World Market for Macrolides, 2008-2013 
7.1 The Macrolides Will Face Decreased Growth 


7.1.1 Macrolides: Possible Extra-Infectious Indications May Expand the Market 
7.1.2 The Immunomodulatory Effects of Macrolides May Aid Revenue Growth 
7.1.3 Macrolides May Have a Clinical use in Other Chronic Lower Airway Diseases 

7.2 Abbott's Klacid/Biaxin Leads This Market 


7.2.1 Klacid/Biaxin Suffers From Generic Competition 

7.3 Zithromax Faces Negative Growth 


7.3.1 Pfizer Petitions FDA to Recall Generic Azithromycin Products to Correct Misbranding 

7.4 Can Azithromycin PFIZ Recover Revenues Lost From Zithromax? 
Chapter 8 The World Market for Carbapenems. 2008-2012 
8.1 Carbapenems Will See High Growth 
8.2 Merck & Co's Zienam Leads This Market 
8.3 Merrem Exhibits Strong Growth 


8.3.1 Merrem Receives FDA Approval for Complicated Skin Infections 

Chapter 9 The World Market for Miscellaneous Antibacterials, 2008-2013 
9.1 Miscellaneous Antibacterials Will See High Growth as Sales Increases 
9.2 Pfizer's Zyvox Set to Reach Blockbuster Status 


9.2.1 Zyvox Will Overtake Levaquin to Become the New Market Leader in the Antibacterials Sector 

9.3 Targocid Shows Some Positive Growth - But Will it Continue? 
9.4 Vancocin Will Exhibit Negative Growth 
Chapter 10 An Analysis of Factors That Influence the Antibacterials Market 
10.1 SWOT Analysis of the Antibacterials Market 
10.2 Drivers and Restraints on Market Growth 


10.2.1 Market Drivers 
10.2.2 Market Restraints 

10.3 To What Extent is the Antibacterials Market Threatened by Generic Substitutes? 


10.3.1 The Threat of Generic Drugs to Brand Name Pharmaceuticals 

10.4 Lifecycle Management Strategies Will Become More Prominent to Protect Soon-to-be off-Patent Drugs 
10.5 Additional Indications for Currently Available Brands May be an Advantage 
10.6 Antibacterial Resistance Is Due to Increased Infection Rates and Antibacterial Overuse 


10.6.1 Concerns Over Antibacterial Use 
10.6.2 FDA Measures on Bacterial Resistance 
10.6.3 Tackling Antibacterial Resistance 
10.6.4 The Use of Narrow Spectrum Antibacterials is the Best Strategy to Avoid Resistance 
10.6.5 Antibiotics in the US Carry Warnings Against Overuse 

10.7 Comparative Studies - A Two Edged Sword 
10.8 Challenges that Face Antibacterials Pharmaceutical Developers 
10.9 Future Antibacterial Blockbuster Drugs is Increasingly Unlikely 
10.10 Antibacterials in the Developing Countries 
10.11 The Future of the Antibacterials Market - Closing Comments 
Chapter 11 Antibacterials Pipeline Products 
11.1 Summary of Antibacterials Pipeline Products From Phase II and Above 
11.2 The Antibacterials Pipeline is Large 
11.3 The Potential of the Antibacterials Market Has Encouraged R&D 
11.4 Innovation Rules For Early Stage Pipeline Drugs 
11.5 The FDA Will Fast Track New Antibacterials 
11.6 Traditional Antibacterial Drugs are Less Popular 
11.7 Promising Pipeline Drugs - Overview 


11.7.1 Middlebrook's Moxatag 
11.7.2 Shogoo's SPK 0602 
11.7.3 Pfizer's Zeven (dalbavancin) 
11.7.4 Arpida's Iclaprim 
11.7.5 Targanta's Oritavancin 

11.8 Gracevit Gets Approval for Manufacturing and Marketing 
11.9 New Approaches to Antibacterial Drug Development 
11.10 Antibacterial Pipeline Shows Short- and Long-Term Potential 
Chapter 12 Conclusion 
12.1 Patent Expiry of Brand Name Products Will Reduce Growth Rates 
12.2 Cephalosporins to Continue Their Domination of the Antibacterials Market Despite Negative Growth 
12.3 Future Antibacterial Blockbuster Drugs are Increasingly Unlikely 
12.4 Market Drivers 
12.5 Market Restraints 
12.6 Opportunities in the Antibacterials Market 
12.7 Antibacterials Pipeline Overview 
12.8 The Future of the Antibacterials Market - Closing Comments 
List of Tables 
Table 1.1 Top Ten Leading Antibacterials, by Revenues ($m), 2006 
Table 2.1 Clinically Important Bacteria 
Table 2.2 The Leading Antibacterials by Class, 2006 
Table 2.3 Antibiotic Action by Drug Class 
Table 3.1 World Revenues ($m) for the Leading Antibacterial Drugs, by Class, 2008-2013, 2018 & 2023 
Table 3.2 World Market Revenue ($m), 7-Year CAGR (%) and Market Share (%) for Antibacterial Drugs by Class, 2006 & 2013 
Table 3.3 The Leading Top Ten Antibacterials, 2006 
Table 4.1 World Revenues ($m) for Cephalosporin Drugs, 2008-2013, 2018 & 2023 
Table 4.2 World Market Revenue ($m), 7-Year CAGR (%) and Market Share (%) for Cephalosporin Drugs, 2006 & 2013 
Table 5.1 World Revenues ($m) for Fluoroquinolones, 2008-2013, 2018 & 2023 
Table 5.2 World Market Revenue ($m) and Market Share (%) and 7-Year CAGR (%) for Fluoroquinolones, 2006 & 2013 
Table 6.1 World Revenues ($m) for Penicillins by Leading Products, 2008-2013, 2018 & 2023 
Table 6.2 World Market Revenue ($m) and Market Share (%) and 7-Year CAGR (%) for Penicillins, 2006 & 2013 
Table 7.1 World Revenues ($m) for Macrolides, 2008-2013, 2018 & 2023 
Table 7.2 World Market Revenue ($m) and Market Share (%) and 7-Year CAGR (%) for Macrolides, 2006 & 2013 
Table 8.1 World Revenues ($m) for Carbapenems, 2008-2013, 2018 & 2023 
Table 8.2 World Market Revenue ($m) and Market Share (%) and 7-Year CAGR (%) for Carbapenems, 2006 & 2013 
Table 9.1 World Revenues ($m) for Miscellaneous Drugs, 2008-2013, 2018 & 2023 
Table 9.2 World Market Revenue ($m), 7-Year CAGR (%) and Market Share (%) for Miscellaneous Drugs, by Class, 2006 & 2013 
Table 10.1 A SWOT Chart for the Antibacterials Market, 2008-2013 
Table 11.1 Pipeline Drugs for Antibacterials, 2008 
Table 12.1 World Revenues ($m) for the Leading Antibacterial Drugs, by Class, 2008-2013, 2018 & 2023 
Table 12.2 Top Ten Antibacterial Drugs, by Revenue ($m), 2006 
List of Figures 
Figure 3.1 Revenues ($m) for the Leading Antibacterial Drugs, by Class, 2008-2013 
Figure 3.2 Total Revenues ($m) for the Antibacterial Drugs Market, 2008-2013 
Figure 3.3 World Market Share (%) for Antibacterial Drugs by Class, 2006 
Figure 3.4 World Market Share (%) for Antibacterial Drugs by Class, 2013 
Figure 3.5 The Leading Top Ten Antibacterials by Revenue ($m), 2006 
Figure 4.1 Total World Revenues ($m) for Cephalosporin Drugs, 2008-2013 
Figure 4.2 World Revenues ($m) for the Cephalosporin Drugs by Leading Product, 2008-2013 
Figure 4.3 World Market Share (%) for Cephalosporin Drugs by Leading Product, 2006 
Figure 4.4 World Market Share (%) for Cephalosporin Drugs by Leading Product, 2013 
Figure 4.5 World Omnicef Revenues ($m), 2008-2013 
Figure 4.6 World Rocephin Revenues ($m), 2008-2013 
Figure 4.7 World Maxipime Revenues ($m), 2008-2013 
Figure 5.1 Total World Revenues ($m) for Fluoroquinolones, 2008-2013 
Figure 5.2 World Revenues ($m) for the Fluoroquinolones by Leading Products, 2008-2013 
Figure 5.3 World Market Share (%) for Fluoroquinolones by Products, 2006 
Figure 5.4 World Market Share (%) for Fluoroquinolones by Products, 2013 
Figure 5.5 World Levaquin Revenues ($m), 2008-2013 
Figure 5.6 World Avelox Revenues ($m), 2008-2013 
Figure 5.7 World Ciproxin Revenues ($m), 2008-2013 
Figure 5.8 World Cravit Revenues ($m), 2008-2013 
Figure 6.1 Total World Revenues ($m) for Penicillins, 2008-2013 
Figure 6.2 World Revenues ($m) for the Penicillins by Leading Product, 2008-2013 
Figure 6.3 World Market Share (%) for Penicillins, 2006 
Figure 6.4 World Market Share (%) for Penicillins, 2013 
Figure 6.5 World Augmentin Revenues ($m), 2008-2013 
Figure 6.6 World Tazocin Revenues ($m), 2008-2013 
Figure 7.1 Total World Revenues ($m) for Macrolides, 2008-2013 
Figure 7.2 World Revenues ($m) for the Macrolides by Leading Product, 2008-2013 
Figure 7.3 World Market Share (%) for Macrolides, 2006 
Figure 7.4 World Market Share (%) for Macrolides, 2013 
Figure 7.5 World Klacid Revenues ($m), 2008-2013 
Figure 7.6 World Zithromax Revenues ($m), 2008-2013 
Figure 7.7 World Azithromycin PFIZ Revenues ($m), 2008-2013 
Figure 8.1 Total World Revenues ($m) for Carbapenems, 2008-2013 
Figure 8.2 World Revenues ($m) for the Carbapenems by Leading Product, 2008-2013 
Figure 8.3 World Market Share (%) for Carbapenems, 2006 
Figure 8.4 World Market Share (%) for Carbapenems, 2013 
Figure 8.5 World Zienam Revenues ($m), 2008-2013 
Figure 8.6 World Merrem Revenues ($m), 2008-2013 
Figure 9.1 Total World Revenues ($m) for Miscellaneous Drugs, 2008-2013 
Figure 9.2 World Revenues ($m) for the Miscellaneous Drugs by Leading Product, 2008-2013 
Figure 9.3 World Market Share (%) for Miscellaneous Drugs by Leading Product, 2006 
Figure 9.4 World Market Share (%) for Miscellaneous Drugs by Leading Product, 2013 
Figure 9.5 World Zyvox Revenues ($m), 2008-2013 
Figure 9.6 World Targocid Revenues ($m), 2008-2013 
Figure 9.7 World Vancocin Revenues ($m), 2008-2013 
Figure 12.1 Revenues ($m) for the Leading Antibacterial Drugs, by Class, 2008-2013

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Companies Mentioned 
Abbott 
Agennix 
Arpida 
Asubio Pharma 
Basilea 
Bausch & Lomb 
Daiichi Sankyo 
Eli Lilly 
Enanta 
Flamel Technologies 
Genaera 
Genzyme 
Giaconda 
Gilead Sciences 
GSK 
Inhibitex 
InSite Vision 
Johnson & Johnson 
Leiden University 
Merck&Co 
MiddleBrook 
Migenix 
Neosil 
NovaBay 
Novartis 
Novexel 
Optimer 
Ortho-McNeil 
Otsuka 
Pathogenics 
Pfizer 
Pharming 
Photopharmica 
Procter & Gamble 
Rib-X 
Roche 
Schering-Plough 
Shogoo Pharmaceuticals 
Takeda 
Targanta 
Tekmira ; Aradigm 
Theravance 
Wakunaga 
Wockhardt 
Wyeth 
XOMA

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