Remdesivir Medicine Market Will Hit Big Revenues In Future | Sanofi, Gilead Sciences, GlaxoSmithKline – Press Release

Remdesivir Medicine Market Will Hit Big Revenues In Future | Sanofi, Gilead Sciences, GlaxoSmithKline

Remdesivir Medicine Comprehensive Study by Application (Ebola Virus Disease, Marburg Virus Infection, Possible COVID-19 Treatment), Administration (Oral, Intravenous), End-users (Hospitals, Clinics, Ambulatory Surgical Centers, Others), Distribution Channel (Online Channel, Offline Channel) Players and Region – Global Market Outlook to 2025.

Global Remdesivir Medicine Market Comprehensive Study is an expert and top to bottom investigation on the momentum condition of the worldwide Global Remdesivir Medicine industry with an attention on the Global market. The report gives key insights available status of the Global Remdesivir Medicine producers and is an important wellspring of direction and course for organizations and people keen on the business. By and large, the report gives an inside and out understanding of 2020-2025 worldwide Remdesivir Medicine Market covering extremely significant parameters.

Key Players in This Report Include,
Gilead Sciences, Inc. (United States), Hainan Haiyao Co., Ltd. (China), Sanofi S.A. (France), GlaxoSmithKline plc (United Kingdom) and Cipla (India)

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Brief Summary of Global Remdesivir Medicine:
Remdesivir medicine is an anti-viral medication being studied as a possible post-infection treatment for COVID-19 illness. This medicine is a nucleotide analog, specifically an adenosine analog, which inserts into viral RNA chains causing their premature termination. It was developed by Gilead Sciences as a treatment for Ebola virus disease and Marburg virus infections. It is an investigational antiviral compound undergoing clinical trials in China, the United States and the United Kingdom as a potential treatment for COVID-19. It is not yet licensed or approved anywhere globally and has not been demonstrated to be safe or effective for any use.

Market Drivers

  • Increased Prevalence of COVID-19 Illness
  • Highly Effective Anti-viral Medicine

 

Market Trend

  • High Demand for Coronavirus Disease Treatment

 

Restraints

  • Lack of Clinical Evidence for COVID-19 Treatment

 

Opportunities

  • Increasing Number of Patients affecting COVID-19
  • Growth in the Healthcare Industry

 

Challenges

  • Stringent Government Rules and Regulations

This research report represents a 360-degree overview of the competitive landscape of the Global Remdesivir Medicine Market. Furthermore, it offers massive data relating to recent trends, technological, advancements, tools, and methodologies. The research report analyzes the Global Remdesivir Medicine Market in a detailed and concise manner for better insights into the businesses.

Regions Covered in the Global Remdesivir Medicine Market:

  • The Middle East and Africa (South Africa, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Israel, Egypt, etc.)
  • North America (United States, Mexico & Canada)
  • South America (Brazil, Venezuela, Argentina, Ecuador, Peru, Colombia, etc.)
  • Europe (Turkey, Spain, Turkey, Netherlands Denmark, Belgium, Switzerland, Germany, Russia UK, Italy, France, etc.)
  • Asia-Pacific (Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Vietnam, China, Malaysia, Japan, Philippines, Korea, Thailand, India, Indonesia, and Australia).


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Despite officials’ warnings and pleas, travel over Thanksgiving is expected to hit a pandemic peak.

The nation’s health experts on Sunday pleaded with Americans to stay home over the Thanksgiving holiday and forgo any plans to travel or celebrate at large family gatherings, even as airports have recorded a significant rise in passengers.

Dr. Anthony S. Fauci, the country’s top infectious disease specialist, and other health experts relayed a clear message on Sunday morning news shows: with coronavirus cases surging to record levels across the country, turning nearly every state into a hot zone of transmission, the risk of getting infected, whether in transit or in even small indoor gatherings, is high.

Up to 50 million people could be traveling on roads and through airports in the United States over Thanksgiving this year, according to AAA, the biggest travel surge since the pandemic began, despite strong cautions from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and other health authorities. A video of a packed airport in Phoenix has been circulating widely on social media. As of Sunday, 47 states — all but Hawaii, Maine and Vermont — were considered high-risk zones for viral transmission, and nationwide hospitalizations were at a record 83,227.

“Please seriously consider decisions that you make,” Dr. Fauci said on the CBS show “Face the Nation.” Encountering large numbers of people in airports and on planes is particularly dangerous, he said. Although airlines have invested in air circulation and ventilation systems to minimize viral transmission, Dr. Fauci said, “sometimes when you get a crowded plane, or you’re in a crowded airport, you’re lining up, not everybody’s wearing masks — that puts yourself at risk.”

And gathering indoors, whether you travel or not, carries risk. “When you’re eating and drinking, obviously, you have to take your mask off,” Dr. Fauci said. “We know now that those are the kinds of situations that are leading to outbreaks.”

Dr. Tom Inglesby, director of the Center for Health Security of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, said on Fox News on Sunday that because about half of infections are spread by people who don’t have any symptoms, “you can’t assume that you don’t have the virus, and you can’t assume that the people whose home you’re about to enter don’t have the virus, at this point in our pandemic.”

He recommended celebrating Thanksgiving only with the people you live with. People who choose to visit others’ homes should spend as much time as possible outdoors and “should be wearing masks indoors when they’re together, and only removing them when they’re eating.”

In Tulsa, Okla., Victory, a megachurch, canceled a “Friendsgiving” service on Sunday that had called on members to bring a friend after it prompted an outcry, instead opting to give away boxed meals, NBC News reported. The church did not respond to a request for comment regarding its planned “Thanksgiving Day Brunch,” which, according to its website, is set to be held on Thursday in the church’s cafeteria.

Dr. Fauci and others warned that Americans’ behavior over Thanksgiving would have critical implications for

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How family medicine has changed on P.E.I. since COVID hit

You don’t have to spend much time at Dr. Kristy Newson’s office in Charlottetown to discover COVID-19 has changed the way she and her staff do their jobs. 

For one, the family doctor’s waiting room is completely empty, and the door locked. 

“We try not to fill up our waiting rooms just to avoid patients spreading infections,” said Newson, who also serves as president of the P.E.I. College of Family Physicians. 

“So we ask them to remain in their car until their appointment time. We then call down to them and they come right into the office. And between each patient, we have to disinfect and clean the rooms completely before the next patient can be seen.”

That means she’s not able to see as many patients at her office throughout the day — at least not without extending her hours.

Patients of some family physicians are now being instructed to wait in their vehicles for their appointment, as some waiting rooms like this one are off-limits. (Steve Bruce/CBC)

While Newson said some family physicians are doing just that, she and many others have turned to telephones and web cameras, as a way to squeeze in more patients. 

“Between each [in-person] patient I do some telemedicine appointments, just to give my staff the chance to clean the rooms,” said Newson.  

“We try to triage them over the phone, and if it’s a concern that could be addressed via telemedicine or virtual care, the patient would be offered that style of appointment. If they prefer to see us in person, or if we feel it’s something that needs a physical exam, then we would book them a regular routine visit in our office.”

Doctors seeing just as many patients

According to Health PEI, about 30 per cent of care provided by Island family physicians is now virtual or over the phone. 

Newson maintains with the move to more virtual appointments, there’s been minimal impact on the quality and speed of care family physicians can provide. 

“The perception may be that physicians aren’t seeing as many patients. But truly, it’s more a change in the type of appointments we’re able to offer,” said Newson.

“I wouldn’t say the wait times for urgent or semi-urgent appointments are any longer at this stage. Possibly for non-urgent, annual checkups, those sorts of things, those things have probably been pushed several months down the road.”

Rooms have to be cleaned between appointments, which lowers the number of patients family physicians are able to see in person each day, unless they extend their hours. (Steve Bruce/CBC)

Another change for family physicians since the start of the pandemic — they’ve stopped seeing patients with coughs, fevers and sore throats. 

They’re now directed to the cough and fever clinics in Charlottetown and Summerside. 

“That’s just to prevent the spread of infectious disease at family medicine offices,” said Newson.

“At the cough and fever clinics, they’re able to provide separate exits and entrances for the patients, patients are able to

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Coronavirus Live Updates: New U.S. Cases Hit Fresh Record

Nearly 46 million people have now been infected with the coronavirus world-wide, and nearly 1.19 million have died.

U.K.: Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s cabinet was due to meet Saturday to discuss plans for a new nationwide lockdown in England to curb the virus’s spread, according to a government official, who stressed a final decision hasn’t been made. Scientists at Imperial College London estimate infections are running at almost 100,000 a day in England, and hospitalizations and deaths are creeping up. The seven-day average for deaths hit 213 on Tuesday, its highest tally since May.

The government has been experimenting with localized restrictions in England but cases have continued rising. Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland set their own public-health policies and have already closed some businesses and imposed curbs on household mixing. Mr. Johnson is due to hold a televised press conference at 4:00 p.m. London time on Saturday.

Greece: New restrictions, including mandatory mask wearing indoors and outdoors, will be take effect in Greece starting Tuesday. Other measures include a midnight to 5 a.m. curfew, and university courses will revert to online learning. In the Athens region and northern Greece, where the virus is circulating at higher levels, the government has also ordered the closure of bars, restaurants, theaters, museums and gyms.

While Greece has among the lowest infection rates in Europe, new cases are rising rapidly. Announcing the new measures, Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said the goal was to prevent the virus from spreading out of control.

“We must act now, before the intensive-care units are overwhelmed by people fighting for their life. Now, while we still have the ability to detect and track cases,” he said in a televised address.

India: The new-case count was below 50,000 for the sixth day in a row, with the country reporting 48,268 cases over the preceding 24 hours, and 551 deaths. Confirmed cases now exceed 8.1 million, with a death toll of 121,641.

Japan: The 778 new cases reported Saturday pushed the total past 100,000, and the 11 deaths brought the toll to 1,755. Starting Sunday, the government will allow business travelers returning from trips of seven days or less to any country to skip the two-week quarantine, provided they meet conditions including a negative test result.

The government has also lowered travel alerts on nine countries including China, South Korea and Australia. From Sunday onward, travelers from those countries won’t be required to take a coronavirus test upon arrival.

South Korea: With 127 new Covid-19 cases reported, it was the fourth consecutive day above 100. Locally transmitted infections have been rising this week, with new clusters around workplaces and social gatherings. Local authorities are on high alert this weekend, concerned that Halloween festivities could prompt a fresh wave.

China: Mainland Chinese authorities reported six new locally transmitted symptomatic cases, all in and around the city of Kashgar in the far western Xinjiang region and previously classified as asymptomatic. Chinese health authorities typically highlight and focus on positive cases showing

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Europe’s hospitals could soon hit capacity with covid-19 patients

Germany, Europe’s best-resourced nation, risks being swamped even after increasing its intensive care beds by a quarter over the summer. Belgium, which had doubled its intensive care capacity, is now preparing for decisions about which needy patient should get a bed.

“This huge capacity we’ve built gave a false impression of security. It gave a higher buffer, but ultimately it only represents a week when you’re in an exponential phase,” said Emmanuel André, a leading Belgian virologist who has advised the government on the pandemic — and has bitterly criticized leaders for acting too slowly this fall.

In retrospect, the warning signs could be seen as early as July, when cases in Europe started ticking up again after the relaxation of spring lockdowns. In absolute terms, the numbers were still tiny. Spanish emergency room doctors enjoyed a respite, after being hammered in March and April. Italian nurses headed to the beach. Central European leaders — among the worst hit now, but back then largely untouched — gathered at the end of August for a triumphant conference to discuss the post-pandemic era.

But the math for exponential growth is as simple as it is scary. When two coronavirus cases double to four, and four cases double to eight, it doesn’t take long for the numbers to reach the tens of thousands — and beyond.

“An exponential phenomenon starts with very small numbers, and it is not tangible for weeks and weeks and weeks for people out there,” André said. “If you look at the numbers, you have very strong indicators early on that things are going wrong, but it is only at the very end that things explode.”

Europe is now feeling the explosion.

The continent reported 1.5 million cases over the past week, the highest yet during the pandemic, the World Health Organization’s Europe director, Hans Kluge, told an emergency meeting of health ministers on Thursday. Deaths rose by a third in seven days. Occupancy of intensive care units doubled in 17 days leading up to Oct. 25 in countries tracked by the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control.

“Europe is at the epicenter of this pandemic once again,” Kluge said.

A week ago, French intensive care beds were half full. Now, they are more than two-thirds occupied, with more than 3,100 covid-19 patients. When President Emmanuel Macron on Wednesday announced a second national lockdown — something he and other European leaders have sought mightily to avoid — he warned that “at this stage, we know that whatever we do, nearly 9,000 patients will be in intensive care by mid-November, which is almost the entirety of French capacities.”

Top public health leaders echoed his dire message.

“We are going to have two to three extremely difficult weeks for the health-care system,” Jean-François Delfraissy, the head of the scientific council that advises the French government on the pandemic, told France Inter radio on Thursday. “We can’t allow it to crack. We are in a worse situation than in the beginning

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More hospitals hit by ransomware as feds warn about cyberattacks

A recent wave of ransomware attacks has infected more hospitals than previously known, including a University of Vermont network with locations in New York and Vermont.

The University of Vermont Health Network is analyzing what appears to be a ransomware attack from the same cybercrime gang that has infected at least three other hospitals in recent weeks, according to two sources familiar with the investigation who weren’t authorized to comment about it before it is complete.

Several federal agencies warned Wednesday of “an increased and imminent cybercrime threat” to the country’s health care providers, particularly from a gang that uses a strand of ransomware called Ryuk. The U.S. has repeatedly hit record highs for daily confirmed coronavirus infections.

The FBI and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, part of the Department of Homeland Security, sent an updated alert Thursday night with new technical information, adding that they have “credible information of an increased and imminent cybercrime threat to U.S. hospitals and healthcare providers.”

As many as 20 medical facilities have been hit by the recent wave of ransomware, said a person with knowledge of the matter, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because they weren’t authorized to speak publicly. The figure includes multiple facilities within the same hospital chain.

Three other hospital chains have recently confirmed cyberattacks, believed to be ransomware, by the same gang: the Sky Lakes Medical Center, with 21 locations in Oregon; Dickinson County Healthcare System in Michigan and Wisconsin; and the St. Lawrence Health System in northern New York. It was not clear how much of their systems or how many locations had been hit by the ransomware.

Tom Hottman, a spokesperson for Sky Lakes Medical Center, confirmed that the company had been infected with Ryuk and said its computers were inaccessible, halting radiation treatments for cancer patients.

“We’re still able to meet the care needs for most patients using work-around procedures, i.e. paper rather than computerized records. It’s slower but seems to work,” he said in an email.

Joe Rizzo, a spokesperson for Dickinson, said in an email that their hospitals and clinics are using paper copies for some services because computer systems are down.

Rich Azzopardi, senior adviser to New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, said the state’s Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services and other groups had been in communication about the St. Lawrence attack.

Details about a major wave of ransomware attacks on U.S. hospitals began to emerge at the end of September when computer systems for Universal Health Services, one of the biggest hospital chains in the country, were hit, forcing some doctors and nurses to use pen and paper to file patient information. Jane Crawford, the chain’s director of public relations, said in an email at the beginning of October that no one had died because of the attack.

Ransomware attacks often gain access to secure systems and then encrypt files. The people behind the attacks then demand money to decrypt the files.

Ryuk is transmitted through

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Daily Cases Hit New High; 100,000 A Day Looms

KEY POINTS

  • Authorities reported 87,164 new coronavirus cases on Thursday
  • It is the third time in a week that the single-day high was broken
  • A CDC ensemble forecast suggests the US may see 6,000 weekly deaths before Thanksgiving

The U.S. is less than 50,000 cases away from logging 9 million coronavirus infections after officials reported more than 87,000 new COVID-19 cases Thursday night. 

Authorities recorded a new single-day high of 87,164 coronavirus cases, breaking the previous record of 83,731 set six days ago. The large number came as the U.S. inches closer to recording 9 million coronavirus cases just nine months after the pandemic began. It is also the third time in a week that the single-day record was broken, NBC News reported. 

Health officials also reported 996 coronavirus-related deaths on Wednesday, bringing the country’s total death toll to 228,636, according to Johns Hopkins University COVID-19 dashboard. 

The coronavirus death toll could hit 256,000 over the next four weeks. An ensemble forecast by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention also indicated that the number of new weekly deaths might even exceed 6,000 by Nov. 15. 

Dr. Scott Gottlieb, the Trump-appointed former commissioner of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, said the 100,000 new cases per day is looming, CNN reported. 

“We’ll cross 100,000 infections at some point in the next couple of weeks, probably. We might do it this week if all the states report on time,” he said. 

The alarming numbers come less than a week away from Election Day on Nov. 3. Across the nation, 41 states have reported a 10% increase in new COVID-19 cases this past week, including New York City. 

Mayor Bill de Blasio and public health officials said the city’s coronavirus seven-day average positivity rate reached 1.92%. It was the highest number reported in weeks. The one-day positivity rate also saw a spike, reaching 2.7%. 

Authorities have also reported an increase in new cases across the city. Previously, the spikes due to outbreaks in certain parts of Brooklyn and Queens, Politico reported.

Ten percent of the new cases were connected to domestic and international travel. Workplaces and indoor gatherings were also linked to the surge of coronavirus cases in New York City. 

“The growth is what worries me. And we cannot allow that number to keep growing. We’re really going to have to double down,” de Blasio said. “This is a dangerous time, and we have to take it really, really seriously.”

As coronavirus cases spiral, some hospitals have been left no choice but to start transferring patients to less-crowded facilities As coronavirus cases spiral, some hospitals have been left no choice but to start transferring patients to less-crowded facilities Photo: AFP / PHILIPPE DESMAZES

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At least 5 hospitals have been hit this week

Federal agents warned Wednesday that a major ransomware assault is underway against U.S. hospitals, some of which have already been attacked by a shadowy band of cybercriminals.



Ransomware alert


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Ransomware alert

Ransomware is an increasing threat to U.S. healthcare and has already cost hospitals tens of millions in recent years. A typical attack encrypts important data — such as patient records and billing information — until the hospital agrees to pay an exorbitant sum for ransom, usually in the form of Bitcoin or other digital currency.

Wednesday’s alert came from a joint federal task force that includes the FBI, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA). 

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At least five hospitals were hit with the ransomware attacks this week, the federal agencies said.

“CISA, FBI, and HHS have credible information of an increased and imminent cybercrime threat to U.S. hospitals and healthcare providers,” the advisory said. “CISA, FBI, and HHS are sharing this information to provide warning to healthcare providers to ensure that they take timely and reasonable precautions to protect their networks from these threats.”

‘Willing to pay’: Hospitals hit hardest by ransomware attacks, study says

The aggressive offensive by a Russian-speaking criminal gang coincides with the U.S. presidential election, though there was no immediate indication it was motivated by anything but profit.

“We are experiencing the most significant cyber security threat we’ve ever seen in the United States,” Charles Carmakal, chief technical officer of the cybersecurity firm Mandiant, said in a statement. He’s concerned that the group may deploy malware to hundreds of hospitals over the next few weeks.

Ransomware attempts jumped 50% in the last three months, over the first half of 2020, and hospitals and health care organizations were the hardest hit, according to a study earlier this year by Check Point research.

Typical attacks demand several hundred thousand dollars and some have demanded $5 million or more, the research group concluded. Hospitals are often targeted because criminals know they are more likely to pay than other businesses. That’s because hospitals can’t shut down for long without impacting patient care.

In June, the University of California San Francisco disclosed that it paid $1.14 million to ransomware attackers. In Germany, a woman died when a hospital under a ransomware attack couldn’t admit her. Universal Health Services, one of the nation’s largest health providers, was struck last week.

As a result, health care personnel reportedly began keeping records on paper as computer systems began failing over the weekend and some hospitals have sent incoming ambulances to other neighboring hospitals.

The percentage of healthcare organizations impacted by ransomware globally nearly doubled, from 2.3% in the second quarter to 4% in the third quarter. Healthcare was followed by manufacturing, software makers, government/military and insurance and legal firms.

The U.S. saw 313 attacks in the third quarter, compared to 158 in the previous quarter, very closely

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Interventional Cardiology & Peripheral Vascular Devices Market to hit $32.5 Bn by 2026: GMI

The interventional cardiology & peripheral vascular devices market demand from PTCA balloons segment is estimated to witness more than 8.6% growth rate through 2026 propelled by growing demand for minimally invasive interventional procedures.

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According to latest report “Interventional Cardiology & Peripheral Vascular Devices Market by product (Interventional Catheters, Guidewires, Stents {, PTCA Balloons, Atherectomy Devices, Chronic Total Occlusion Devices, Synthetic Surgical Grafts, Embolic Protection Devices, Inferior Vena Cava Filters), Application (Congenital Heart Defect Correction, Coronary Thrombectomy, Angioplasty, Valvuloplasty, Percutaneous Valve Repair), End-use (Hospitals, Ambulatory Surgical Centers), Regional Outlook, Price Trends, Competitive Market Share & Forecast 2026”, by Global Market Insights, Inc., the market valuation of interventional cardiology & peripheral vascular devices will cross $32.5 billion by 2026. Technological advancements in peripheral vascular devices enabling effective treatment solutions will spur the market growth over the coming years.

Rising prevalence of chronic cardiovascular diseases will significantly drive the number of interventional cardiology procedures in healthcare facilities. For instance, more than 400,000 percutaneous coronary interventions were performed in the U.S. Further, the American Heart Association reports that the incidence of cardiovascular conditions are more prevalent among the elderly population. Thus, growing geriatric population contribute to increasing disease burden. Therefore, increasing demand for vascular devices in interventional operations due to its applications in peripheral disease treatment will positively influence the industry growth.

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Along with cardiovascular disease prevalence, technological advancements in interventional devices including stents and balloons are expected to boost interventional cardiology & peripheral vascular devices market revenue. The manufacturing firms are increasing their R&D efforts to achieve sustainable competitiveness through innovation and development in its offerings. This will result into exponential demand for advanced products to enhance patient experience. Integration of nanotechnology and drug-eluting stents improve treatment efficiency.

PTCA balloons segment in the interventional cardiology & peripheral vascular devices market to witness 8.6% CAGR till 2026 owing to growing demand for minimally invasive interventional procedures. Its advantages in coronary atrial disease treatment including reduced narrowing of artery that improves the blood flow, is leading to higher product preference. Moreover, the use of drug-eluting materials stimulates its growth potential.

Valvuloplasty application accounted for more than USD 1.5 billion in 2019. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, approximately 13% of population suffers through valvular heart disease. Valvuloplasty offers comprehensive applications in severe valve narrowing, narrowing of pulmonary valve and mitral valve among others. Hence, with rise in number of valvular diseases, the segment will observe substantial growth during the forecast timeline.  

Hospitals end-use segment dominated a interventional cardiology & peripheral vascular devices market share of around 86% in 2019 on account of increase in hospital admissions associated severe vascular conditions. This will create exponential demand for vascular devices during performed surgeries in facilities. Adoption of advanced devices with availability of highly skilled professionals in hospitals drives patient preference for these settings.

North America interventional cardiology & peripheral vascular devices market size

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Need Some Fitness Motivation? These 5 Bollywood Celebrities Will Inspire You to Hit the Gym Right Away



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Take fitness inspiration from these Bollywood celebrities


Don’t we all love to procrastinating workouts and these never-ending work from home schedule has taken a serious hit on our fitness routine. We all are winded by grocery shopping or household chores or long strenuous work from home schedules. Regular physical activity can improve your muscle strength and boost your endurance, according to much researches. Need some inspiration to hit the gym? Take a cue from Bollywood celebs who take fitness very seriously. Take inspiration from these Bollywood celebrities and kick start your week with a bang. 1. Milind Soman: Actor-fitness enthusiast Milind Soman’s boasts serious fitness motivation, and as anyone who follows him on Instagram can attest, you can’t escape his fitness inspiration. His posts will motivate you to burn those calories. Milind was seen hitting the grind to do some core exercise. d 2. Kriti Sanon: Actor Kriti Sanon loves fitness, she recently posted how brushed aside her mid-week blues. The actor treated her fans with quarantine workout. Kriti used various props including a resistance band, dumbbells, kettlebells to work her arms and glutes. Check out her video. 3. Shilpa Shetty: Actor Shilpa Shetty makes sure she never misses her fitness routine. Shilpa who is in Manali for her upcoming project gave a glimpse of her workout to her fans on social media. She wrote, ‘Start your day on a positive note with yoga.’ 4. Kangana Ranaut: After gaining 20 kgs for her film Thalaivi, actor Kangana Ranaut is now in a super fitness mode to shed those extra kilos. Kangana is determined to get back to her earlier size, agility, metabolism, and flexibility. 5. Katrina Kaif: Actor Katrina Kaif is not just gorgeous but has an amazing fit body. She is one of the fittest actors in the industry. Katrina’s routine consists of functional training, pilates, and cardio, which are boosted by exercises using TRX, Bosu, Powerplate, Kettlebells, Medicine, and Swiss Balls, revealed celebrity fitness trainer Yasmin Karachiwala in an interview with NDTV. Check out the workout routine in quarantine.

Regular physical activity will help you in delivering enough oxygen and nutrients to your tissues and which will improve your cardiovascular system. And as proven, when your heart and lung health start to improve, you will eventually have more energy to tackle daily chores.

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