Filling the Gap in Hospital Anti-infective Use | Health & Pharmaceutical Market Research | MD Analytics Inc.

Key Features

  • Sample Size: approximately 1,250 pharmacy orders from 50 hospital pharmacies across Canada.
  • Final Deliverable: PowerPoint presentation with executive summary of key findings, and an Excel workbook* with pivot tables providing full access to the data.
  • Field Dates: late 2009.
  • Report Delivery: early 2010.

Like many pharmaceutical products used in hospitals there is a significant lack of sales data. As such many pharmaceutical manufactures of these products have little information about how their drugs are being used, to whom they are prescribed, and for what indications.

This syndicated study on hospital anti-infective use is conducted via a pharmacy order audit to accurately assess hospital usage of current and emerging antibiotics and antifungal products within major infection sites, such as: SSTI/SSSI, Abdominal, Respiratory, Genitourinary, Diabetic Foot and Systemic Infections.

Key Objectives

  • Understand the usage of current and emerging antibiotics and antifungal products between SSTI/SSSI, Abdominal, Respiratory, Genitourinary, Diabetic Foot Infection and Systemic Infections.
  • Determine the share of prescriptions by brand and indication per region.
  • Determine brand, dosage, strength, form and length of therapy by indication.
  • Determine the source for new growth or decline of key products.

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