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Animal Health Products Antibacterials Markets

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May 2008; Pages: 70
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Veterinary antibacterials--antiseptics that only act against bacteria--comprise some of the most important pharmaceutical products on the animal health market. Yet despite a difficult regulatory environment--driven by concerns over the development of antibacterial resistance in consumers of livestock products--new products are still being launched. This has resulted in significant changes in the animal health products market. This study offers a detailed examination of the shape of the animal health products market globally over the next several years specific to antibacterials, analyzing both the livestock and companion animal markets.

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1 Report Overview 4
1.1 Objectives of Report 4
1.2 Scope of Report 4
1.3 Methodology 4
1.4 Executive Summary 5

2 Animal Health Products Antibacterial Markets 6
2.1 Overview of Animal Health Products Market 6
2.1.1 World Products Market 7
2.1.2 U.S. Animal Health Products Market 8
2.1.3 European Animal Health Products Markets 9
2.1.4 Asian Animal Health Products Markets 10
2.2 Key Sector Highlights 11
2.3 Biologics Products Category 12
2.4 Companion Animal Health Products 12

3 Common Animal Diseases 13
3.1 Swine Fevers (African, Classical - Hog Cholera) 16
3.2 Yellow Fever 16
3.3 Anthrax 16
3.4 Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever 16
3.5 Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD) 17
3.6 Bovine Anaplasmosis 17
3.7 Bovine Babesiosis 18
3.8 Bovine Brucellosis 19
3.9 Bovine Genital Campylobacteriosis 19
3.10 Bovine Tuberculosis 19
3.11 Bovine Cysticercosis 19
3.12 Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy 20
3.13 Dermatophilosis 21
3.14 Enzootic Bovine Leukosis 21
3.15 Hemorrhagic Septicemia 21
3.16 Infectious Bovine Rhinotracheitis / Infectious Pustular Vulvovaginitis 21
3.17 Theileriosis 22
3.18 Trichomonosis 22
3.19 Vesicular Stomatitis 22
3.20 Swine Vesicular Disease  Picornaviridae Enterovirus 23
3.21 Rinderpest 23
3.22 Peste Des Petits Ruminants 23
3.23 Contagious Bovine Pleuropneumonia 23
3.24 Lumpy Skin Disease 24
3.25 Rift Valley Fever 24
3.26 Bluetongue  Reoviridae Orbivirus 24
3.27 Ovine Epididymitis (Brucella Ovis) 25
3.28 Caprine and Ovine Brucellosis (Excluding B. Ovis) 25
3.29 Caprine Arthritis/Encephalitis 25
3.30 Contagious Agalactia 25
3.31 Contagious Caprine Pleuropneumonia 26
3.32 Enzootic Abortion of Ewes (Ovine Chlamydiosis) 26
3.33 Avian Chlamydiosis 26
3.34 Pullorum Disease 27
3.35 Myxomatosis 27
3.36 Tularemia 27
3.37 Contagious Equine Metritis 28
3.38 Dourine 28
3.39 Epizootic Lymphangitis 28
3.40 Porcine Brucellosis 28
3.41 Commercially-Significant Bacterial Infections in Farm Animals 29

4 Anti-bacterials Markets 31
4.1 Overview 31
4.2 Antibiotics Market Size 32
4.3 Global Sales of Animal Health Antibiotics by Region 32
4.3.1 U.S. Sales of Animal Health Antibiotics 32
4.3.2 European Sales of Animal Health Antibiotics 36
4.3.3 Japanese Sales of Animal Health Antibiotics 37
4.4 Animal Health Antibiotics Market Drivers 37
4.5 Growth Promotion in Livestock 38

5 Regulatory Overview of the Veterinary Health Market 42
5.1 Regulatory Environment 42
5.2 General Overview 42
5.3 Product Marketing Authority 43
5.4 Regulation of Animal Health Products in the European Union 43
5.5 Regulation of Animal Health Products in the U.S. 45
5.5.1 USDA 45
5.5.2 FDA 45
5.5.3 EPA 46
5.6 Regulation of Animal Health Products in Japan 46
5.6.1 Japanese Regulatory Environment 46
5.6.2 Withdrawal Periods 46
5.6.3 Japanese Filing Procedures for New Animal Drug Applications 46
5.6.4 Use of Outdated Animal Studies 46
5.6.5 Brand-Specific Listing for Antimicrobial, Antibiotic and Other Feed Additives 47
5.7 Proposed Regulation of Animal Antibiotics 47
5.8 Antibiotic Acquired Resistance and Animal Usage 47

6 Business Trends in the Industry 49
6.1 European Animal Health Industry 49
6.2 Trends Driving Demand 49
6.3 Antibiotic Usage 49
6.4 Mergers and Acquisitions 49
6.5 Bioterrorism and Food-borne PathogensWHO Guidelines 50
6.6 Animal Health Additive Growth Trends 50

7 Company Profiles 52
7.1 Abbott Laboratories 52
7.2 Agricultural Research Service 52
7.3 Alpharma, Inc. 53
7.4 BASF Agricultural Products and Nutrition 55
7.5 Bayer Animal Health 56
7.6 Boehringer Ingelheim Corp. 56
7.7 Elanco Animal Health 57
7.8 Fort Dodge Animal Health (Wyeth) 57
7.9 Heska Animal Health 58
7.10 Intervet International 60
7.11 IVAX Corporation 60
7.12 Merial Animal Health 60
7.13 Novartis Animal Health 61
7.14 Pfizer Animal Health 62
7.15 Roche Animal Nutrition and Health 65
7.16 Sanofi-Aventis 66
7.17 Schering-Plough Animal Health 67
7.18 Virbac S.A. 68
7.19 Wyeth (Fort Dodge Animal Health) 68


INDEX OF FIGURES

Figure 2.1: Worldwide Animal Health Products Market by Region, 2006 8
Figure 2.2: U.S. Companion Animal Healthcare Products Share of Overall Animal Health Product Sales, 2006 9
Figure 2.3: Worldwide Animal Health Products Market by Species, 2006 11


INDEX OF TABLES

Table 2.1: World Market for Animal Health Products, 2004-2012 7
Table 2.2: Global Sales of Animal Health and Nutrition Products, 2004-2012 7
Table 2.3: Worldwide Animal Health Products Market by Region, 2006 8
Table 2.4: U.S. Animal Health Product Sales, 2004-2012 9
Table 2.5: Japanese Animal Health Market, 2000-2012 10
Table 2.6: Worldwide Animal Health Product Sales for Leading Producers, 2006 10
Table 2.7: Dog and Cat Food Manufacturers 12
Table 3.1: Diseases 13
Table 3.2: Multiple Species Diseases 13
Table 3.3: Cattle Diseases 14
Table 3.4: Sheep and Goat Diseases 14
Table 3.5: Equine Diseases 14
Table 3.6: Swine Diseases 15
Table 3.7: Avian Diseases 15
Table 3.8: Fish Diseases 15
Table 3.9: Other Veterinary Diseases 16
Table 3.10: Use Categories for Anti-bacterials in Animal Health 29
Table 3.11: Commercially-Significant Bacterial Infections in Pigs 29
Table 3.12: Commercially-Significant Bacterial Infections in Poultry 30
Table 3.13: Commercially-Significant Bacterial Infections in Cattle 30
Table 4.1: Leading Antimicrobials by Type for Animal Health 31
Table 4.2: Antibiotics Used in Animal Health by Family 32
Table 4.3: Worldwide Sales of Animal Health Antibiotics, 2004-2012 32
Table 4.4: U.S. Sales of Animal Health Antibiotics, 2004-2012 33
Table 4.5: U.S. Volume of Animal Health Antibiotics Used, 1999-2006 33
Table 4.6: Sales of Bayer's Baytril, 2003-2009 34
Table 4.7: Enrofloxacin (Quinolones) 34
Table 4.8: Antibiotic Susceptibility for Common Swine Pathogens vs. Excenel 35
Table 4.9: U.S. Volume of Animal Health Antibiotics Used by Class Category, 2000-2005 35
Table 4.10: European Sales of Animal Health Antibiotics, 2004-2012 36
Table 4.11: European Veterinary Consumption of Therapeutic Antibiotics 36
Table 4.12: Japanese Sales of Animal Health Antibiotics, 2004-2012 37
Table 4.13: Animal Health Antibiotics Market Drivers 37
Table 4.14: Commercial Animal Health Anti-bacterials by Class Type 40
Table 4.15: Bacterial and Protozoal Threats to Poultry 41
Table 4.16: Bacterial and Protozoal Threats to Pigs 41
Table 7.1: Pfizer Animal Health Products 63
Table 7.2: Pfizer Livestock Products 65
Table 7.3: Pfizer Equine Products 65
Table 7.4: Pfizer Companion Animal Products 65

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