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In light of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, it is extremely timely to present a report on the status quo in emerging infectious diseases. While the current pandemic is troublesome and has disrupted normal life, it will follow its course and then fade away. Where could the next pandemic or epidemic come from? There are a number of diseases currently tracking as moving from the developed world to the developing world?
The pulisher has addressed emerging infectious diseases since our first study nine years ago. As recently as 2018 the publisher wrote: "The reverse side of globalism is the spread of unwanted conditions. There have been many examples of previously unknown or rare pathogens that spread and become a major problem globally. This can happen rapidly with people traveling by air throughout the world."
Now with a global focus on testing, this update on all of the other diseases that could spread widely seems relevant. It's not to say that every disease will be like the current pandemic - they can spread quickly or in a slower but steadier pattern. Vector-based tests such as Zika and malaria remain worrying and new diseases through that transmission method are troubling. And non-respiratory diseases such as Ebola can still spread quickly from person to person if not tested for and treated quickly.
Why is it important to examine the world of emerging infectious diseases? In a 2015 TED Talk, Microsoft creator Bill Gates warned that there was a lack of preparation for a viral epidemic. He predicted that it would be "microbes, not missiles" that would cause significant harm to humans.
This report discusses these trends and provides:
Disease Threat Ranked by Threat By Region
Diseases That Could Emerge in a Greater Way in Developed Nations: Chagas, Zika, Dengue, Malaria, Ebola and Others.
Markets for Widely-Tracked Emerging Diseases: Lyme, West Nile, Malaria and Others.
Test Products on the Market
Bio-Rad, Chembio, Altona, Abbott, Quidel, and other companies in the Market
COVID-19 Impact on Malaria - Common Fever Symptom Masking Cases?
COIVD-19 and Lyme - Survey on Medication Changes due to COVID-19
COVID-19 and Chagas - Disease Begets Poor COVID-19 Outcome?
Most Probable Threats, presenting the most known but yet still emerging diseases currently facing the healthcare systems of developing and increasingly developed nations.
Current Diagnostic Tests for Emerging Diseases
Companies That Produce Emerging Disease Tests
Key Topics Covered:
Chapter One: The Next Epidemics?
Importance of Examining Infectious Disease
Most Probable Threats
Table 1-1: Emerging Infectious Disease Threats by Region (Africa, L. America, N. America, SE Asia, W Europe, Eastern Europe, Mediterranean, W. Pacific)
Tests on the Market
Table 1-2: Companies That Produce Emerging Disease Tests
COVID-19 and Emerging Diseases
Malaria and COVID-19
Chagas and COVID-19
Lyme Disease and COVID-19
Dengue Fever and COVID-19
WHO Expands Essential Diagnostics list
Emerging Diseases and the Developed World
Chapter Two: Emerging Infectious Diseases and Tests
Table 2-1: WHO Required Tests for Developing Countries
Chikungunya virus (CHIKV)
Middle Eastern Respiratory Syndrome (MERS)
Rift Valley Fever
Monitoring Efforts Pre COVID-19
How COVID-19 May Change Viral Monitoring
Chapter Three: Markets for Emerging Infectious Diseases
Tests for Emerging Diseases
Table 3-1: Selected Tests for Emerging Pathogens
Table 3-2: Markets for Emerging Infectious Diseases (Malaria, Lyme Disease, Chagas, Chikungunya, West Nile, Dengue Fever, Ebola, Zika, Others), 2019 and 2023 ($million)
Outlook for Emerging Infectious Diseases
Chapter Four: Corporate Profiles
Rapid COVID-19 Test
Integrated HCV Test for Self-Testing
HIV Self Test
AccuPower COVID-19 Real-Time RT-PCR Kit
Chembio Diagnostics, Inc.
CTK Biotech, Inc.
MBio Diagnostics, Inc.
Products and Services
Key Acquisitions, Alliances, and Partnerships
Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc.
Molecular Test Business
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