Our take on medicinal imaging encompasses all imaging methods currently in use within the healthcare industry. Innovations play a key role in determining success within the sector. It also makes the primary point of contention among market players, competing for the lion’s share in the sector. Our studies, thus, explore how technological progression in imaging gadgets is resulting in higher demand for various medical imaging devices and technologies.
Medical Imaging Market Research Reports
Jun, 2018 | 199 pages
This report on the refurbished medical imaging equipment market analyzes the current and future scenario of the global market. Increasing technology obsolescence, favorable after sales support, surging demand for low-cost and high-quality imaging equipment, growing awareness about circular economy, and rising strategic collaboration among OEMs and distributors are factors likely to drive the global refurbished medical imaging equipment market during the forecast period.
Feb, 2018 | 170 pages
The incidence of birth traumas continues to grow uncontrollably, lowering the life expectancy of infants across the globe. An increase in the average spending of parents on pediatric care is indicative that there is a growing need to avoid new-born infants from being infected with diseases and physical deformities during or at the time of birth.
Dec, 2017 | 206 pages
This report on the global image guided surgery devices market analyzes the current and future prospects of the market. The report comprises an elaborate executive summary, including a market snapshot that provides overall information of various segments and sub-segments.
Nov, 2017 | 170 pages
The report on the global magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) market offers in-depth insights into the key growth dynamics, notable trends and opportunities, recent technological advances, reimbursement scenario, and the competitive landscape. It offers a critical evaluation of the presence of key market players in various regions by charting an intuitive intensity map and analyzes the regional and country-wide factors affecting the demand.
Oct, 2017 | 170 pages
The significant rise in the need for efficient management of medical imagery and associated information and data has fueled the demand for medical imaging information systems across the world. This research report presents a detailed assessment and forecast of this market, underlining its performance in various regions. It further provides the historical data of regarding this market while forecasting its status during the period of 2017 to 2022.
Dec, 2016 | 117 pages
Visualization of the internal parts of the body using X-ray techniques is known as radiography. Radiography is a technique for recording and generating an X-ray pattern to provide image after exposure of radiation. There are two major type of radiography systems, direct X-ray and Analog X-ray. Digital X-ray systems use digital radiography technology that captures the image directly into the flat panel detector without the use of cassette.
May, 2016 | 109 pages
The report on the global advanced (3D/4D) visualization systems analyses the current and future prospects of the market for the software and application products. The report comprises an elaborate executive summary, including a market snapshot that provides overall information of various segments and sub-segments.
Mar, 2016 | 86 pages
This report analyzes the current and future prospects of the teleradiology market across the globe. Teleradiology is transmission of radiology images from one location to another for emergency services and second opinion from an expert. It is also a cost saving option.
Sep, 2015 | 83 pages
Microscopes are widely used in surgical and pathological applications. With the increase in the geriatric population across the globe and prevalence of diseases among them there is an increase in the medical procedures performed.
Sep, 2015 | 143 pages
This report on medical imaging equipment market studies the current and future prospects of the market globally. The stakeholders of this report include companies engaged in manufacturing and commercialization of X-ray, ultrasound, computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and nuclear imaging equipment. This report comprises an elaborate executive summary, which includes a market snapshot that provides overall information of various segments and sub-segments included in the study scope.
Apr, 2015 | 150 pages
This report on X-ray market studies the current and future prospects of the market globally. The stakeholders of this report include companies engaged in manufacturing and commercialization of X-ray devices, and entrants, planning to invest in the X-ray market.
Dec, 2014 | 95 pages
Contrast media injectors are systems that inject contrast media into the body in order to enhance the quality of medical imaging procedures such as MRI, CT, ultrasound, and PET/CT. The rapid advancement in medical technology has allowed contrast media injectors to transform from manual to automated power injectors that are both safe and sophisticated.
Nov, 2014 | 104 pages
Small animal imaging technology has marked itself as the most useful tool in preclinical research globally. The technology has proved to be of great importance in developmental biology studies and drug development research programs. Being non-invasive, longitudinal studies are possible with accurate and detailed analysis.
Nov, 2014 | 90 pages
The importance of medical imaging systems is growing day by day owing to their increasing applications in the field of neurology, cardiology and in women\'s health. This is also increasing burden on the service providers who are dependent on their fixed imaging modalities, thus arising the need for the mobile medical imaging systems.
Sep, 2014 | 80 pages
The global market for digital pathology systems is expected to witness an increase in demand over the coming years due to greater digitization in the healthcare industry. It has become extremely important to ensure precision during the diagnosis, testing, and analysis of diseases. The digital pathology systems help in making the process more effective and agile by interpreting information with great adroitness and accuracy.
Jul, 2014 | 97 pages
This report on the optical imaging market studies the current as well as future prospects of the market globally. Optical imaging is a rapidly evolving and emerging medical imaging technology, which uses light spectrum to assess optical properties of different body tissues. The world received its first optical imaging device when Carl Zeiss Meditec AG introduced optical coherence tomography devices in 1996.
Apr, 2014 | 76 pages
The global prevalence of breast cancer – identified to be the most common form of cancer among women – has been on the rise, especially among women over the age of 40. While the morbidity rate of this cancer has been rapidly increasing in developed countries, the mortality rate is much higher in developing nations owing to lack of awareness and limited availability of advanced healthcare facilities. This growing incidence of breast cancer has been single-handedly driving the market for breast imaging world over.
May, 2013 | 112 pages
The computational biology market is predicted to have a notable growth owing to its wide use by biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies to reduce the incidences of late stage failures of their drugs and thereby curb R&D expenditure. This market involves application of biology and information technology field for drug discovery and drug development. Computational biology also assists in reducing extensive use of human in clinical trials and is therefore useful for pediatric trials, trials on pregnant women and orphan disease research.
Aug, 2012 | 54 pages
The medical industry is one of the few sectors that has remained unscathed by the global economic meltdown and the digital radiology market is an important segment of the overall healthcare industry. Technological advancements and modernized facilities are the main factors that drive the global digital radiology market.
Apr, 2012 | 31 pages
After being available in the market since the last decade, computed tomography (CT) has become highly popular. A non-invasive and painless medical imaging procedure, it provides a much more complete and accurate picture of the body than its predecessor, X-rays. On account of the aforementioned benefits, CT scan has come to be recognized as one of the best methods for detecting many different kinds of cancers.