This report aims to provide insights into the global intraoperative imaging market. Details on regional markets for these segments are also presented in this report. In addition, leading players in the market are profiled to study their product offerings and understand the strategies undertaken by them to be competitive in this market.
Target Audience for this Report:
# Intraoperative imaging equipment manufacturers and suppliers
# Neurosurgical/spinal surgery/orthopedic associations
# Neurosurgical/spinal surgery/orthopedic clinics and hospitals
# Academic institutes and universities
# Medical device manufacturers
# Research and consulting firms
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Factors Influencing Global Growth:-
A number of factors such as the growth in the aging population, rising burden of chronic diseases with changing lifestyles, increasing preference and demand for minimally invasive surgeries (MIS), and expanding applications of neurosurgery and orthopedic surgery are expected to fuel the growth of the market.
# High Cost of Intraoperative Imaging Systems
# Emerging Markets
# Survival of New Entrants and Small Players
Monetary Growth Expectations, Globally:
The global Intraoperative Imaging market is projected to reach USD 2.06 Billion by 2021 from USD 1.61 Billion in 2016, at a CAGR of 5.2% during the forecast period of 2016 to 2021.
Geographical Growth Scenario:
Currently, North America dominates the intraoperative imaging market, followed by Europe. However, the Asia-Pacific market is expected to witness the highest growth during the forecast period.
The high growth in this market can be attributed to infrastructural improvements in healthcare facilities, growth in the geriatric population, increasing prevalence of orthopedic disorders, and growing disposable incomes in this region.
Leading Market Players:
# GE Company (U.S.)
# Siemens AG (Germany)
# Koninklijke Philips N.V. (Netherlands)
# Ziehm Imaging GmbH (Germany)
# Toshiba Corporation (Japan)
# Medtronic (Ireland) and many more…
GE Healthcare, a subsidiary of General Electric Company (U.S.) is the leading player in the intraoperative imaging market. The company’s position is attributed to its strong brand image, robust product portfolio, and wide geographic presence. The company has a strong focus on innovation and quality. In 2015, the company filled ~3100 new patents in 10 research centers.
Siemens AG (Germany) has a robust geographic presence in more than 200 countries across the Americas, Asia, Australia, Europe, C.I.S., Africa, and the Middle East. To sustain its position in the intraoperative imaging market, the company focuses on adopting organic growth strategies. In line with this, the company received regulatory approvals and launched a number of products. For instance, in March 2016, Cios Fusion, Cios Connect, and Cios Select received FDA approval, and in April 2014, the company received FDA approval for Cios Alpha.
Philips Healthcare, a business segment of Koninklijke Philips NV (Netherlands) held the third position in the intraoperative imaging market. In 1955, a team of engineers from Philips Medical Systems developed the first mobile C-arm. The company has close to six decades of experience in the mobile C-arm segment.