Healthcare Infrastructure and Procedural Volume for Ultrasound Imaging, 2018
|発行||Frost & Sullivan||商品コード||866658|
|出版日||ページ情報||英文 69 Pages
|超音波画像の医療インフラ・処置件数：2018年 Healthcare Infrastructure and Procedural Volume for Ultrasound Imaging, 2018|
|出版日: 2019年06月07日||ページ情報: 英文 69 Pages||
New Clinical Applications and Value Offerings will Create Growth Opportunities Globally
This research insight aims to provide an analysis of healthcare infrastructure and the procedural volume of using ultrasound, in the global market in 2018.
Ultrasound machines are becoming lighter, more portable, and compact due to advances in a number of areas of technology (e.g., scan mode, image retrieval, and operation system) and especially by the incorporation of laptop computer technology.
Conventional breast ultrasound technologies are criticized as being too operator-dependent and user-biased. Hence, advancements in ultrasound technology have led to the drive toward automation in ultrasound procedures. As the system is software-controlled, it minimizes human intervention, thereby, reducing false readings, human errors, or biases. These factors determine the growth of the ultrasound market.
The growth of the ultrasound market is driven by the emerging clinical segment, as the established clinical segment has reached a saturation stage in most developed countries.
Growing awareness about the harmful effects of radiation exposure from other imaging modalities and delivery of ultrasound services at the site of immobile patients and increasing utility in emergency care settings are driving the uptake of ultrasound systems.
The ultrasound imaging industry is in the growth stage, despite having been in the market for over 3 decades.
Multinational participants hold a major market share in the region. However, with the advent of frugal innovation and support from the government, there is significant growth in the number of companies in South Korea, China, and India. Most regions also witness a huge rise in private hospitals and favorable reimbursements in health insurance. There is more demand for patient safety, quality of technologies, radiation safety and non-invasive technologies that aid in faster and accurate diagnosis.
Key vendors in this segment include GE Healthcare, Philips Healthcare, Siemens Healthineers, Alpinion, Konica Minolta, BK Ultrasound, Telemed, Canon, Samsung, Mindray, Fukuda Denshi, Sonoscape, Sonoscanner, Fujifilm-Sonosite, Hitachi-Aloka, and United Imaging.
This research service covers the healthcare infrastructure by public, private, and diagnostic imaging centers.
This market insight service provides the following deliverables: