XploreMR provides a critical assessment of the performance of emerging and mature markets in a new publication titled “Orthopaedic Imaging Equipment Market: X-Ray System and CT-Scanner Product Type Segments to Compete for the Most Attractive Segment Title Throughout the Forecast Period: Global Industry Analysis and Opportunity Assessment, 2016-2026”
Rise in incidences of orthopaedic diseases and bone injuries is fuelling the global orthopaedic imaging equipment market growth
The global orthopaedic imaging equipment market is anticipated to be valued at nearly US$ 12,500 Mn in terms of revenue by 2026, registering a CAGR of 4.9% over the assessment period. The global orthopaedic imaging equipment market is expected to represent nearly US$ 5,000 Mn in terms of incremental opportunity between 2016 and 2026.
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Global Orthopaedic Imaging Equipment Market Analysis, By Product Type, 2016–2026
Global Orthopaedic Imaging Equipment Market Attractiveness Analysis, by Product Type, 2016–2026
The X-ray System segment is expected to remain the most attractive segment in the global orthopaedic imaging equipment market with an attractiveness index of 1.7. The CT-Scanner segment is anticipated to be the second-most attractive segment in the global orthopaedic imaging equipment market with an attractiveness index of 1.3 over the forecast period.
“Fusion and multimodality of diagnostic equipment to be the latest trend in the global orthopaedic imaging equipment market
Fusion and multimodality of diagnostic equipment is one of the important trends likely to govern the global orthopaedic imaging equipment in the coming decade. For specialties such as spinal radiosurgery, the merger of MRI and CT imaging techniques creates an opportunity to run the full range of imaging scans simultaneously from the same place and time. The fusion also allows to merge the information from corresponding imaging modalities for additional or customised set of information.
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Additionally, fusion imaging and multimodality offers a comfort level to patients as it does not need repositioning and requires less time. In addition, companies are now focussing on the development of imaging modalities to overcome the existing limitation of CT scans for orthopaedic imaging. For example, CT scans have a limitation of multiple rotation, due to which they cannot capture weight-bearing images. However, manufacturers such as Carestream have come up with an innovative solution to this. The company has developed “OnSight 3D Extremity System” that offers high quality point of care imaging for sports and orthopaedic practices.” — Analyst – Healthcare, Pharmaceuticals and Medical Devices, Market Insights