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Published on : Sep 19, 2019

The field of clinical diagnosis and treatment is an important component of the healthcare industry. Most patients are subjected to clinics as the first point of care, and this necessitates proper mechanism for diagnosis and treatment across clinics. Advancements in the field of outpatient care has also emerged as a leading trend across the healthcare industry.

It is expected that the global oral clinical nutrition supplements market is slated to accumulate voluminous revenues in the years to follow. 

Abbott Laboratories has a separate segment for nutritional care supplements, and it develops tablets and nutritional medications for individuals of all age groups. It is expected that several other vendors would invest in pinpoint research and development. 

Some of the key players in the global oral clinical nutritional supplements market are GlaxoSmithKline, Nestle, Perrigo, Meiji Holdings, Mead Johnson Nutrition, Ajinomto, Hero Nutritionals, MediFood, Nutricion Medica, and Medtrition. 

Focus on Improved Patient Care

Medical Researchers have, time and again, emphasized on the need to foster improved patient care. This has led to the use of nutritional supplements across clinics, and this is a key dynamic of market growth. Emergence of novel drugs for nutrition has also played an integral role in the growth of the global market. 

Infant and Mother Care

The consumption of oral clinical nutritional supplements by new mothers has played a key role in market growth. Moreover, premature babies are also given health supplements on a regular basis. Another key consumer segment belongs to sportspersons and athletes. With such a wide consumer base, this market is bound to attract voluminous revenues in the years to follow. 

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The market for oral clinical nutritional supplements in North America is expanding as new therapies come to the fore across clinics. Other key regional segments include South America, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia Pacific.