Navigation Links
Three Nephrology TreatmentTrends Publications from BioTrends Provide a Comprehensive View of Bone and Mineral Metabolism Practice Patterns Around the Globe
Date:1/16/2010

EXTON, Pa., Jan. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- BioTrends Research Group, Inc. recently released its TreatmentTrends®: US Nephrology, EU Nephrology, and Canadian Nephrology publications. Each syndicated report offers comprehensive insight into the management of bone and mineral metabolism. The reports, similar to parallel BioTrends' publications on the renal anemia market, are based on responses to online surveys completed by over 300 Nephrologists in the US, over 200 Nephrologists in Europe (UK, France, Germany, Italy and Spain) and 40 Nephrologists in Canada during November / December 2009.

Treatment prevalence with phosphate binders in dialysis is similar globally with just under 90% of hemodialysis (HD) patients on binders. Treatment prevalence is lower in chronic kidney disease - non dialysis (CKD-ND) patients with more regional variation. Nephrologists around the globe agree that phosphorus is difficult to control in dialysis patients and that the need for new therapies to treat hyperphosphatemia is high. There is some variation by region, however, in terms of the phosphate binder attributes that are most important as well as ratings for how currently available products perform. There is also variation by region in terms of which binders are currently used to control phosphorus. In Canada, Italy and Spain, calcium based binders are used more often than non-calcium based binders in both dialysis and CKD-ND. In other markets, while calcium based binders are used more often in CKD-ND patients, dialysis patients tend to be on non-calcium based binders. In terms of non-calcium based binders, use of Genzyme's Renagel/Renvela vs. Shire's Fosrenol differs by region. Fosrenol had the strongest performance in France, however sevelamer (Renagel/Renvela) has a market share advantage over Fosrenol in every region. Fosrenol is expected to see share gains in the near future and the sevelamer franchise is also expected to
'/>"/>

SOURCE BioTrends Research Group, Inc.
Copyright©2010 PR Newswire.
All rights reserved

Page: 1 2 3

Related biology technology :

1. China Yongxin Pharmaceuticals Opened Three New Stores in 2009 and Expanded Customer Base
2. Multi-Billion Dollar Biotech Firm Chooses Lionbridge as Exclusive Translation Provider with Three-Year Master Services Agreement
3. Millipore Sponsors Three Academic Memberships for the MetaMiner Stem Cell Project
4. Laureate Pharma Welcomes Three New Members to Business Development Team
5. ViroPharma to Present at Three November Healthcare Conferences
6. Safety in Drinking Water? Monitoring for Radioactive Contaminants Only Required Every Three, Six, or Nine Years per Federal Law
7. Clinical Remissions in Three Otherwise Intractable Cancers Signal the Progress of Targeted Genetic Medicine
8. Virginia Now Owns Three Top National Business Rankings
9. Michigan Pre-Seed Capital Fund Awards Three Micro Loans
10. Poniard Pharmaceuticals To Present at Three Upcoming Investor Conferences in September
11. OmniComm Systems Inc. Expands Its Successful CRO Preferred Program(TM) By Signing On Three New CRO Partners
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:11/24/2014)... November 24, 2014 The new ... from METTLER TOLEDO demonstrates how to reduce the ... analytics and sample panel design can be complicated, ... and protect against corrosion and deposition. Dedicated single ... significant amount of panel space. Additionally, installing and ...
(Date:11/22/2014)... Two new educational webinars hosted by DrugDev ... research and how the pharmaceutical industry can make life easier ... Where Does the ALS Money Go? , Featuring guest speaker ... 1:30pm ET, Register to attend , This webinar ... Julianne Dorn Professor of Neurology at Massachusetts General Hospital at ...
(Date:11/22/2014)... RURO, Inc., a leading LIMS, ... Limfinity® version 5.1.4. , RURO’s deployment teams have ... ever in RURO’s 8 year history. Many deployments ... Limfinity® version 5.1.4 is the perfect example – ... fixes! , Limfinity® 5.1.4 release highlights – more ...
(Date:11/22/2014)...  The element of surprise has been a major ... without warning. Until now, epidemiologists had nothing to measure ... resulting in suboptimal responses to both the H1N1 pandemic ... Photo - http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20141121/160242 That ... virus gene structural changes have been found that invariably ...
Breaking Biology Technology:New Video Shows How to Simplify Cycle Chemistry Sample Panels to Save Time and Costs 2DrugDev Webinars in December to Explore What Comes Next for ALS Research and How We Can Make Life Easier for Clinical Sites 2RURO Announces Limfinity® version 5.1.4 2Viruses' Advantage of Surprise is Lost 2
... Corp. (OTC Bulletin Board: "PWSF") has entered into ... held Delaware,corporation. Pursuant to the terms of the ... of Powersafe in exchange for,approximately 31,500,00 shares of ... and reserved for the exercise of options and,conversion ...
... NEWS, Va., April 11 Dilon Technologies, Inc., ... today that nine additional Dilon 6800 orders have ... first quarter., The Dilon 6800, a high-resolution, ... Imaging (BSGI), a molecular,breast imaging technique used for ...
... ST. LOUIS, April 11 Sigma-Aldrich Corporation,(Nasdaq: ... to discuss first,quarter results on Wednesday, April 23, ... Time)., This call is being webcast by ... site at http://www.sigma-aldrich.com ., The webcast ...
Cached Biology Technology:Powersafe Technology Corp. Recapitalizes, Executes Merger Agreement with Amplification Technologies, and Invests in Amplification 2Sigma-Aldrich Corporation 1st Quarter 2008 Earnings Conference Call 2
(Date:11/21/2014)... , Nov. 20, 2014 C-Labs LLC, ... the Internet of Things (IoT), today announced the appointment ... chief operating officer. Previously a strategic advisor to the ... and operations. Mr. Traynor is based out of the ... He reports to Chris Muench , Chief Executive ...
(Date:11/18/2014)...   News Highlights: ... The Partners Data Lake, an agile data and ... will allow researcher and clinicians to explore and ... lives of patients , The Partners Data ... the Partners system, breaking down physical barriers for ...
(Date:11/15/2014)... NEW YORK , Nov. 13, 2014  While we ... of technology Doctor McCoy used in "Star Trek" to gain ... and tools designed to work with smartphones and tablets for ... corners of the healthcare world. This may seem a tad ... are ready to adopt some of these technological opportunities into ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):C-Labs Names Former Microsoft and Bsquare Executive as Chief Operating Officer 2Partners HealthCare and EMC Unite to Solve Health Care's Toughest Challenges Using Big Data 2Partners HealthCare and EMC Unite to Solve Health Care's Toughest Challenges Using Big Data 3Partners HealthCare and EMC Unite to Solve Health Care's Toughest Challenges Using Big Data 4Partners HealthCare and EMC Unite to Solve Health Care's Toughest Challenges Using Big Data 5Americans May Be Ready for a Brave New World of Healthcare 2Americans May Be Ready for a Brave New World of Healthcare 3Americans May Be Ready for a Brave New World of Healthcare 4
... Simplifying the process for forming compounds that can ... and plastics, has earned one University of Houston chemist ... professor of chemistry in the College of Natural Sciences ... scientists, mathematicians and economists in the United States and ...
... has discovered clumps of previously-unreported callus hairs growing in ... varieties, which may have storage implications for commercial growers. ... really exciting, says Dr Mary Parker of the Institute ... as long as human history and Fuji apples are ...
... cropping systems be as productive as conventional systems" The ... and a qualified Yes most of the time for ... at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and agricultural consulting firm ... The researchers primarily based their answer on results from ...
Cached Biology News:Simplifying manufacture of drugs, plastics earns UH chemist top honor 2Popular apple variety harbors unusual cell growth 2Are organic crops as productive as conventional? 2
...
... PGF2α is a metabolically stable ... a potent uterine stimulant and ... intramuscularly to induce labor. It ... progesterone concentrations when given as ...
... Actions: Glutathione-S-transferases (GSTs) are a group of ... xenobiotics in mammals. The enzymes protect ... group of the glutathione to electrophilic xenobiotics, ... carcinogenic, and toxic effects of the compounds. ...
... The National Instruments PCIe-1429 is the ... the NI PCIe-1429, you now can acquire ... bit depths available for Camera Link cameras ... synchronized data and image acquisition, fault analysis, ...
Biology Products: