Global Medical Nutrition Market Discussed in New Cutting-Edge Industry Experts Report Now Available at

LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- The market for medical nutrition expands rapidly. Its growth is primarily fuelled by the ageing population. The rising number of people suffering from diseases that require medical nutrition therapy, market position strengthening by medical nutrition companies, clinical as well as economic effectiveness are other key industry drivers. Infant nutrition and enteral nutrition are the largest market segments.

The world market for medical nutrition is set to surpass USD 27 billion mark in 2012. It is likely to expand by 6 percent per year in the coming 4-5 years to hover at about USD 39-40 billion in 2017. At a country scale, the South Korean market, for instance, is forecast to be around USD 84 million in 2017.

New study “Medical Nutrition - A Global Market Overview” elaborated by Industry Experts provides access to all-inclusive analysis of the global market for medical nutrition. It offers all-inclusive review of market and its segments at a global, regional and country scale. Comprehensive assessment of industry drivers and restraints, discussion of the key market and business trends, valuable data on market majors are available in the study. The research also includes description of market expansion perspectives.

Report Details:

Title: Medical Nutrition - A Global Market Overview

Published: October, 2012

Pages: 387

Price: US$ 4,050.00

Report Contents:



1.1 Product Outline

1.1.1 Key Nutrients Proteins Fat Carbohydrates Fiber Vitamins and Minerals Water

1.1.2 Rationale for Good Nutrition

1.1.3 The Concept of Medical Nutrition Practical Application of Medical Nutrition Principles

1.1.4 Overview of Malnutrition Malnutrition Types Malnutrition and Associated Risk Factors Upshots of Malnutrition Nutritional Assessment (NA) Patient History Physical Examination Laboratory Tests Immune Function Estimating Energy/Calorie Requirements Nitrogen Balance Studies Response Monitoring Categories and Routes of Nutrition Support Enteral Nutrition Parenteral Nutrition Combination Feeding

1.1.5 Enteral Nutrition Formulas Composition of Nutrients Carbohydrates Lipids Protein Water

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