The increase in research and development funds for drug discovery followed by growing awareness of kidney-related disorders, and diabetes are the major factors driving the expansion of the global diabetic nephropathy market.
It is a disease which affects the kidney glomerulus and one of the most major issues for diabetic patients. Not only the person with diabetes has to undergo kidney impairment, but also the acute cases of diabetic nephropathy could lead to kidney miscarriage. The disease affects the kidneys in a way that makes it futile. Progressive growth in proteinuria and failure in renal function, hypertension, and high risk of cardiovascular disease are the major side effects of chronic diabetic nephropathy. Blood pressure (BP) control is necessary in minimizing the progression of diabetic nephropathy. Irrespective of the agent used, lower blood pressure in type II diabetics could slow down the start and progression of diabetic nephropathy.
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Various government programs are spreading cognizance about diabetes and related renal complications in North America. For example, the National Kidney Disease Education Program (NKDEP) is one of the most important programs organized by the U.S. government, for growing awareness about the various kidney diseases.
Lack of complete therapeutic management for diabetic nephropathy, longer approval time for drugs as well as, harsh regulatory requirements are hampering the market growth of global diabetes nephropathy market.
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