Chinese Hospitals Typically Use Single CT System to Cover Imaging Needs, Finds Maverick China Research

12 Sep 2012 • by Natalie Aster

The CT systems owned by hospitals reviewed in the new study “China Computed Tomography (CT) Market Assessment and Outlook 2012-2015” by Maverick China Research primarily had multiple layers. Approximately one-fifth of CTs had only one layer. Most hospitals owned CT systems with 2, 16, or 64 layers, with 16 layers being the most common. A system with more layers can make higher quality scans with fewer artifacts.

According to the report, the vast majority of CT systems were multifunctional, and this, combined with the fact that hospitals generally own only a single CT system, suggests that Chinese hospitals typically use a single system to cover a wide range of imaging needs.

Report Details:

China Computed Tomography (CT) Market Assessment and Outlook 2012-2015
Published: September, 2012
Pages: 58
Price: US$ 3.200,00

Highlights of CT Market Assessment and Outlook 2012-2015 include:

  • Market size development trends 
  • Analysis of 329 interviews conducted with market participants 
  • Competitive landscape Revenue forecasts through 2015 
  • Extensive analysis of CT product revenues 
  • Forecasts of the CT market

Of the hospitals surveyed, approximately 95% owned a CT system. Most hospitals owned only one system, but a quarter of hospitals had two, and approximately 10% owned three or more systems.

More information can be found in the report “China Computed Tomography (CT) Market Assessment and Outlook 2012-2015” by Maverick China Research.

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