Hospital pharmacies are leading consumers in the pharmacy industry. Policymakers are becoming more aware about importance of offering effective pharmacy services coupled with safe and rational use of medications. In case of proliferative vitreoretinopathy, hospital pharmacies are considered to be radical asset of the modern pharmacy sector. They are vital part of hospitals and clinics, ensuring safe, effective, and economic use of drugs. According to the study, hospital pharmacies will continue to account for bulk shares of the market in the period of forecast.
Injectables will remain preferred over other mode of administrations of proliferative vitreoretinopathy management drugs. Treatment of PVR through intravitreal injectables has been considered beneficial as they delivery drugs directly to retina and vitreous. Simplicity of achieving intravitreal injection by doctors is a key factor driving adoption of this method. Subretinal injection has been gaining ground in the treatment of PVR, as it directly affects the resident cells & tissues in subretinal space. However, requirement for highly proficient and stable operators for subretinal injection continues to prevail as a major concern in the healthcare sector.
North America will continue to be at the forefront of the proliferative vitreoretinopathy market, with approximately two-fifth market revenue share estimated for the region by 2027-end. Favorable government policies and reimbursements provided by the government, along with the occupancy of robust healthcare facilities are key growth determinants for growth of the proliferative vitreoretinopathy market in North America. Additionally, strong penetration of PVR management drugs such as “lornoxicam” has further supported demand for treatment of PVR in the region.
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Recent studies state that high level of vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) have been detected in the fibrovascular tissues of the eyes, which has prompted use of anti-VEGF as the most effective & efficient management method, in patients with proliferative vitreoretinopathy. Emergence and robust adoption of intravitreal pharmacologic agents, particularly drugs that inhibit the actions of VEGF, have directed focus of approach toward the proliferative vitreoretinopathy therapeutics from vision stabilization to vision improvement. Improvement in the patient’s visual acuity while undergoing RRD via utilization of anti-VEGF has been deemed more effective compared to improvements observed in the treatment using corticosteroids.
However, establishment of vitreoretinal centers for the provision of advanced ophthalmological procedures is considered impractical, on account of increasing social security costs – a key challenge faced by nations across the globe. In contrast, remarkable advances have been made in medical equipment, and ultra-wide-field scanning laser ophthalmoscope (Optos) is one such advancement. This equipment facilitates the provision of wide-field, noninvasive, and nonmydriatic images, and is being increasingly employed for diagnosis and follow-up of PVR treatment evaluation.
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Advantages of deep learning in classifying Optus images in RRD have been observed to be slight, however the method has been deemed clinically imperative to achieve higher accuracy. It has been observed that multiple non-linear processing layers in deep learning approach can be leveraged for effective prevention and treatment of proliferative vitreoretinopathy by further studies.