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Therapeutic areas & diseases

The medicinal products and nutraceutical products of INBIOTECH are applicable in treatment of multiple therapeutic areas. Most of our products are intended for treatment of socially significant diseases, such as hypertension and heart failure, stomach and duaodenal ulcers, traumas, diseases of the respiratory system, etc.. Other products from our portfolio are intended for prevention and treatment of diseases, which are not socially signficant, but still are reason for deterioration of quality of life of large number of people. 

Socially significant diseases

Socially significant diseases are diseases of modern lifestyle. In the countries around the world nowadays these diseases are caused by abrupt changes in lifestyle, as well as by risk factors, such as stress, smoking, sedentary way of life, and intake of food, which is not healthy, among large groups of people. People who suffer from these diseases, as well as their families, are economically and psychologically burdened. Socially significant diseases often lead to deteriorated optimal execution of daily activities of these people, as well as disability. 

Our mission

We from INBIOTECH strive to provide highly-effective, high-quality, safe and affordable medicinal products and nutraceutical products to patients in Bulgaria, as well as in other countries in Europe, Asia, Africa and the Americas. We aim to contribute to reducing the number of patients, who suffer from these socially significant diseases. 

In close cooperation with the regulatory bodies in countries from these continents, as well as with medical doctors and pharmacists, our team accomplishes our mission -  our medicinal products and nutraceutical products to reach as much as possible patients in need of them, as well as to support their return to normal healthy and vital life. 

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Here you can learn more about the diseases, which our medicinal products and nutraceutical products cure and affect in the therapeutic areas, in which we are active.


Hematologic diseases

Hematology as an area of medicine examines the causes, diagnostics, treatment and prevention of blood diseases. Hematologic diseases contribute to difficulty in production and functions of blood, its components (e.g. blood cells, blood proteins, thrombocytes, hemoglobin and others), as well as bone marrow, blood vessels and the spleen. Hematologic diseases  can also hinder the mechanism of blood coagulation.   

Venous thromboembolism (VTE)

Venous thromboembolism consists of deep vein thrombosis (DVT) and pulmonary embolism (PE). Venous thromboembolism represents a single disease process, which includes thrombosis of deep peripheral vein, thrombus break, formation of embolus, as well as its embolization in pulmonary arteries with their thrombosis.

Venous thromboembolism

Venous thromboembolism is a disease, which increases by number of sick people around the world. This disease is mostly prevalent for people of middle age (over 40 years of age). For elderly people (over 60 years of age) the rate of onset of this disease sharply increases. The rate of onset of the disease doubles on each 10 years added. VTE is more common for males, whereas the ratio of males to females with this disease in the world is 1.2:1. In global scale the rate of venous thromboembolism is 117.7 people from 100 000 people as 2/3 of cases are due to deep vein thrombosis and 1/3 of cases are due to pulmonary embolism. 

Venous thromboembolism consists of the following forms: massive, submassive, without heart attack, with heart attack, chronically recurrent and microembolic. 

Venous thromboembolism can be prevented by good knowledge of risk factors for this diseases, as well as by their active investigation and application of effective prevention. VTE can be cured at diagnosis, which is early, timely, exact and correct together with timely therapy.

News from therapeutic area Hematology

National Conference of General Medicine in Plovdiv, Bulgaria

National Conference of General Medicine in Plovdiv, Bulgaria

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