The demand in the global insulin delivery devices market is projected to increment at a robust CAGR of 8.6% during the forecast period of 2017 to 2025, gaining traction from a number of factors, but none bigger than the prevalence of diabetes, which is a highly common chronic disease that affected about 8.5 of the global population in 2014, according to the figures provided by the World Health Organization (WHO). Advancements in insulin delivery devices with improving technology, government initiatives to impart awareness, and appreciative reimbursement environment in a number of developed countries are some of the other factors favoring the global insulin delivery devices market. On the other hand, the lack of awareness regarding the availability of alternative insulin delivery methods such as oral and poor reimbursement policies in a number of developing countries are hindering the market from achieving its true potential.
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As per the estimations of this report, the global insulin delivery devices market will be worth US$20,996.2 mn by the end of 2025, notably up from its evaluated valuation of US$10,160 mn in 2016. While insulin pens is the most in-demand product segment, North America is most profitable regional market. Escalated research and development activities regarding diabetes-case is expected to open new revenue avenues for the vendors operating in the global insulin delivery devices market.
Insulin Pens Make Highly Profitable Product Segment
The global insulin delivery devices market, on the basis of product, has been segmented into insulin pens, insulin syringes, insulin pumps, needle-free injection jet, and insulin patches. Among these, insulin pens segment accounted for 42% of the total demand in 2016, and is projected to remain the most profitable product segment throughout the forecast period. This sustained demand for insulin pens is owing to its high adoption in the vastly populated region of Asia Pacific, along with the developed region of Europe. In these two regions, nearly 90% of the diabetic patients use insulin pens, a device that has not penetrated as much into the developed country of the U.S., wherein only 25% of the population use the product. That being said, the popularity of insulin pens is expected to increment steadily in the U.S. in the near future as its advantages such as flexibility and moderate pain.