Influenza B is a common viral infection that affects anyone irrespective of the age; however the most commonly affected are children due to low immunity and high susceptibility. The most affected age group is children below five years of age. Therefore, pediatric clinics are expected to witness increasing number of influenza b infection, aiding the growth of the influenza b infection market in the next few years.
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Seqirus Influenza Vaccines to Boost Influenza B Infection Market
Seqirus, a prominent leader in preventing influenza announced its first ever seasonal influenza vaccines to be shipped across the United States. This vaccine is one of its kinds to cater to population above 65 years of age available in the name of FLUCELVAX® QUADRIVALENT. It is also available to children in other composition other name. These vaccines are recommended for everyone, thus pushing the global influenza b infection market to expand in the future.
Additionally, these vaccines are recommended by WHO to protect against influenza, especially during pandemic in certain regions.
Global Influenza Programme to Strengthen Influenza B Infection Market
The WHO provides a detailed strategic guidance, essentials, and technical support to healthcare sector to cater to influenza infected individuals and preparedness against the pandemic threats.
Additionally, pregnant women, health care providers, people with chronic medical conditions such as liver diseases, cardiac diseases, renal diseases, etc are expected to drive the global influenza B market.
Since the mutation or incubation period is very short, it can cause illness just in 2 days driving the gloabal influenza b market to expand in the future.
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Moreover, according to healthcare professionals and WHO the cost to prevent is lesser than the cost to combat after the outbreak of influenza, thus, nudging in the expansion of the global influenza market.
The fight against influenza infection is not limited to just one region. It is a global fight , thus , each country and each region should have tailored made programmes and treatments, says WHO.