Therapeutic Drug Monitoring

Therapeutical drug monitoring is defined as the clinical laboratory measurement of a chemical parameter that will directly influence drug prescribing procedures after appropriate medical interpretation. TDM refers to maintaining blood drug or plasma concentrations within a targeted therapeutic range or window for the individualization of drug dosage. Drug Monitoring begins after the drug is first prescribed, and involves determining an initial dosage regimen appropriate for the clinical condition and patient characteristics like age, organ function, weight and concomitant drug therapy.

The global therapeutic drug monitoring market was valued USD 1.77 billion in 2015 and it will be expected to reach over USD 3.37 billion by 2024 and shows significant growth in CAGR over the last few years.

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  • Biomonitoring
  • Blood glucose monitoring

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