Acute Lung Injury Treatment Market Analysis Key Trends and Size (Value and Volume) by 2031
Posted by Govind TMR on August 1st, 2022
Acute lung injury, a common condition characterized by acute severe hypoxia without evidence of hydrostatic pulmonary edema, remains a key source of mortality and morbidity in critically ill patients. The condition has a high incidence rate across the globe and overall rate of mortality remains high. Pathogenesis of the condition is explained by injuries to both the alveolar and endothelium epithelium.
Recent advances in the field have helped researchers gain a better understanding of pathophysiology of the condition and several biological markers associated with worse clinical outcomes have been identified. Ongoing research in the area of fluid conservation and lung-protective ventilation strategies have demonstrated improvements in survival rate of patients. Potential treatment methods such as statin therapy and nutritional strategies are also expected to gain more focus from research bodies operating in the area of treatment of acute lung injury.
It has been observed that even in patients who survive acute lung injury, the quality of life is adversely affected in the long term. Although several advances have been observed in the overall understanding of the treatment, pathogenesis, and epidemiology of the disease, more progress is required to further bring down the rate of mortality and morbidity resulting from the disease. The high rate of prevalence of the condition and the lack of a proper treatment makes it an unmet medical need, requiring the development of novel therapies with improved clinical outcomes. This report presents a detailed overview of the present scope of growth for companies operating in the global acute lung injury treatment market.
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