Published on : Feb 06, 2017
ALBANY, New York, Feb 06, 2017: The report provides key insights into various factors influencing the market’s trajectory such as growth drivers and restraints, current trends, and opportunities. The key market players are evaluated in detail, wherein their business strategies and policies, product portfolios, and market shares are discussed. The report incorporates data obtained via primary and secondary research methods that include extensive interviews with industry experts, physicians, and key opinion leaders (KOLs).
Mobile C-arms are x-ray systems that are used in diagnostic imaging and surgical procedures. They enable the visualization of vascular surgery, percutaneous valve replacements, orthopedics, cardiac surgery, kidney drainage, and neuro stimulation in the operating room.
The mobile C-arms market is classified into full size C-arms and mini C-arms. Mini C-arms are smaller systems used in the areas of sports medicine, pediatric and orthopedic imaging. The full size C-arms are expected to witness a great surge in demand during the forecast period. As a result of increasing number of applications of the full size C-arms, coupled with technological advancements in the field of mobile C-arms, the market for mobile C-arms in the U.S. will expand rapidly.
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The United States market for mobile C-arms is driven by high acceptance of newer, technologically advanced products, and rising disposable incomes of people. Large amounts of investments have been made in the U.S. so as to provide more efficient healthcare and medical facilities. Also, the rising awareness about the benefits and availability of C-arms has been fuelling market growth. On the contrary, the higher image quality of angiographic x-ray imaging systems might pose a threat to mobile C-arms.
Some of the major players operating in the market for mobile c-arms include Siemens, Ziehm Imaging GmbH, Philips Healthcare, and GE Healthcare. The mobile C-arms market in the U.S. appears to be highly consolidated due to the presence of a handful of market players. Changing consumer demands, launch of new products, and regulatory issues are sure to heighten competition among the leading companies. However, some of the companies have also collaborated with one another to achieve higher profits.
Ziehm Imaging, a Germany-based company manufacturing mobile C-arms has risen to the ranks over the last few years in the U.S. market for mobile C-arms. Meditronics, an India-based company that ranks fifth in the emerging markets, was acquired by Philips in 2009. Other significant acquisitions made by Philips include those of China-based Shenzhen Goldway Industrial, India-based X-Ray Technologies, and Brazil-based Dixtal Biomédica.
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