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Antibiotics – A journey through global consumption and prescription trends

Wed, Nov 3, 2021 · 10:00 AM · Berlin
About This Webinar

Antibiotics have immensely contributed to the evolvement of modern medicine and extended the average human lifespan by 23 years since the first antibiotic was deployed in 1910 (Hutchings et al. 2019). Since then, a continuously decline in antibiotic discovery and the progression of drug resistance has led to an antimicrobial resistance crisis.

What is the current status of global and regional antibiotics consumption with respect to the widespread problem of overprescribing? What are the corresponding market trends and what is to be expected from prospective research endeavors?

In this session, our expert addresses these questions and gives an overview of prescription developments and antibiotic usage trends. Furthermore, he will deep dive on administration patterns, channel distributions and gives an outlook on current pipeline projects in the antibiotics sphere.

Product managers, Analysts, Strategic planners, Marketing manager, Medical manager, Market researcher, Market Intelligence, Business Analytics

This webinar is part of our Antibiotics webinar series. Four of our sites will give you a complete overview: from liquids and powders to tablets and capsules, you will learn everything you need to know about the background and technologies related to antibiotic production in our new webinar series: https://www.syntegon.com/new-webinar-series-about-antibiotics-production

  • Overview of antibiotic global market trends
  • Antibiotic prescription situation in Germany
  • Future developments and antibiotic pipeline projects
  • The impact of COVID on drug supply chains
  • 10 min Q&A session
Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: Free
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Webinar hosting presenter
Project and Key Account Manager at IQVIA
Michael Renz works as a Project and Key Account Manager for several German MedTech companies in IQVIA Germany since April 2020. In this role, he coordinates the wide range of innovative IQVIA services from clinical research to commercial projects dedicated to MedTech. His former responsibilities include different roles in research and consulting, most recently as a manager of a university institute providing scientific services. One of his current focus areas is the fast-growing market of digital health applications and the competitive framework of highly regulated device markets.
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