This report provides exclusive insights into the COVID-19 impact on the Russia Medical Nutrition Market. The detailed analysis provides information about the impact of the outbreak on the demand and supply conditions, trends, and forecasts of the Russia Medical Nutrition Market. Moreover, the impact analysis covers the study of the COVID-19 on the supply chain of Russia Medical Nutrition Market. The sectoral impact shall provide insights into both short term and long term effects of the pandemic on the related and support industries.
The country research report on
Russia's medical nutrition market is a customer intelligence and competitive
study of the Russia market. Moreover, the report provides deep insights into
demand forecasts, market trends, and, micro and macro indicators in the Russia
market. Also, factors that are driving and restraining the medical nutrition
market are highlighted in the study. This is an in-depth business intelligence
report based on qualitative and quantitative parameters of the market. Additionally,
this report provides readers with market insights and detailed analysis of
market segments to possible micro levels. The companies and
dealers/distributors profiled in the report include manufacturers &
suppliers of medical nutrition market in Russia.
Medical nutritional products play
an important role in both health and chronic disease management. They are vital
for patients in healthcare to deal with sickness, injuries, surgery, and for
proper recovery. Medical nutrition helps in preventing malnutrition, restoring
body tissue, and boosting energy and immunity in the body. Furthermore, medical
nutrition comprises modification of diet, education & counseling, tube
feeding, medical food, intravenous nutrition, and imparts self-diagnosis medication.
In addition, medical nutrition plays a vital role in preventing diseases such
as Alzheimer’s, HIV, sarcopenia, obesity, and diabetes. The rising geriatric
population, improving healthcare spending across the country, and growing
incidence of cancer and other chronic diseases will play a prominent role in
the development of the medical nutritional market.
The Russian medical nutrition
market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 6.02% between 2020 and 2026 in terms of
value. The per capita expenditure on healthcare is on the rise over the past
few decades in the country. Owing to improving lifestyles, increase in per
capita income, rising education levels, and growing awareness about several
health issues the per capita expenditure on healthcare has grown significantly
this has resulted in developing strong healthcare infrastructure across the
country. Moreover, the country’s population is aging rapidly and the role that
medical nutrition play in promoting health and preventing non-communicable
disease for the geriatric population is receiving considerable attention.
Further, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is one of the major
public health problems in the country. The innumerable complications such as
partially reversible airway obstruction that occur during the progression of
the disease can affect the nutritional state of patients suffering from this
illness. Additionally, rapid growth in the geriatric population, increasing
urbanization, and thereby growing pollution levels, changing lifestyles, and
high prevalence of smoking are projected to increase the cases of numerous
diseases, thereby, driving the demand for medical nutrition over the forecast
years. Furthermore, cancer transitions are most prominent in Russia, where an
increasing magnitude of the disease is paralleled by a changing profile of
common cancer types. Additionally, the high prevalence of several cancers in
the country will propel the growth of the medical nutrition market over the
forecast years. However, side effects of certain nutritional products,
unfavorable lengthy process of governmental approvals, and compliance with
rules and regulations are most likely to restrain the growth of the Russian
medical nutrition market.
In Russia, the number of COVID-19
deaths exceeded 11,000 between mid-March and mid-July 2020, making Russia the
fourth most affected country after the United States, Brazil, and India.
Although medical nutritional products have been available for medical and home
use for a long time, sales have soared amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Intensive
care units (ICU) across the country have become overwhelmed with the severe
acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) induced respiratory
failure leading to COVID-19 disease.
The report on Russia medical
nutrition market provides a detailed analysis of segments in the market based
on administration, product source, end user, and application.
Segmentation based on Administration
Segmentation based on Product Source
Segmentation based on End User
Segmentation based on Application
Highlights of the report
The report provides detailed
1) Demand and supply conditions of medical
2) Factor affecting the medical nutrition
market in the short run and the long run
3) The dynamics including drivers, restraints,
opportunities, political, socioeconomic factors, and technological factors
4) Key trends and future prospects
5) Leading companies operating in medical
nutrition market and their competitive position in Russia
6) The dealers/distributors profiles provide
basic information of top 10 dealers & distributors operating in (Russia)
medical nutrition market
7) IGR Matrix: to position the product types
8) Market estimates up to 2024
The report answers questions such as:
1) What is the market size of medical
nutrition market in Russia?
2) What are the factors that affect the growth
in medical nutrition market over the forecast period?
3) What is the competitive position in Russia
medical nutrition market?
4) What are the opportunities in Russia
medical nutrition market?
5) What are the modes of entering Russia
medical nutrition market?