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Published on : Feb 20, 2018

ALBANY, New York, Feb 20, 2018: The intraoperative or preoperative images that help surgeons as a guidance while performing the operation is refried as image guided surgery devices. Increase in the development of healthcare facilities, along with affordable prices in several regions of the world are acting as a propelling factor for the growth in image guided surgery devices market globally. Image guided surgery frameworks uses images for real-time images amid surgery, with the goal that the specialists can unequivocally direct the surgical instruments to the anatomic structures, in this manner, limiting the odds of mistakes and decreasing the time of surgery.

The image guided surgery devices have a capacity to obtain exact outcomes, which makes it a key factor for the wide adoption of the technology all over. The medical industry is endeavoring fruitful endeavors to guarantee that surgeries are led with the help of exact data, which would improve the efficiency rate. This is foreseen to be a significant cause driving the development of the market around the world. In addition, the guided surgery devices are turning into the solution for complex surgeries since these devices enable the surgeons to explore through the procedure and plan more efficient surgical operations. Since past few years, patients have turned out to be very tolerating of minimally intrusive medications which has driven medicinal services units to accept these devices inside the system. Serious diseases, for example, osteoporosis and tumor have spread over a more number of masses than before that makes it mandatory for the healthcare sector to have a solution mechanism for it. This is likewise an imperative reason that is expected to reinforce the demand in the market.

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However, the absence of awareness concerning the use of these devices represents a risk to the development in the market. Wide region of remote areas are yet untouched to the advantages of these devices that depicts the bleak picture in those areas and indicates the unexposed market capabilities as well. The expenses of introducing these devices are way too much as per the affordability level of hospital units in various developing nations are concerned. This additionally loosens the development. In any case, a few government activities have surfaced over the world to reinforce the medicinal services industry that is likely to be an essential market promoter.

The worldwide image guided surgery devices market has been fragmented based on gadget type and application. On the basis of device type, the market is fragmented into ultrasound systems, computed tomography (CT) scanners, endoscope, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), x-ray fluoroscopy, single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT), and positron emission tomography (PET).  On the basis of application, the image guided surgery devices is categorized into neurosurgery, cardiac surgery, urology, orthopedic surgery, oncology surgery, gastroenterology, and so on. Hospitals, clinics, research & academic institutes, and ambulatory surgical centers are among the major end-users of the image guided surgery devices.

Based on geographical regions, the worldwide image guided surgery devices market is bifurcated into Europe, North America, Asia Pacific, Middle East & Africa, and Latin America. Additionally, these regions are divided further based on key nations from each of them. These consist of Canada, the U.S., the U.K., France, Germany, Italy, Russia, Spain, Japan, India, China, Australia & New Zealand, Mexico, Brazil, GCC Countries, Israel, and South Africa. The major firms dominating the regional and global market are Siemens Healthineers, GE Healthcare, Medtronic, Olympus Corporation, Varian Medical Systems, Inc.Analogic Corporation, Koninklijke Philips N.V., KARL STORZ GmbH & Co. KG, Brainlab AG, Stryker.

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