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Radiology Oncology Surgical Robots Market Scrutinised in New WinterGreen Research Now Available at MarketPublishers.com

03 Feb 2016 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Population ageing and benefits offered by a new technology are some of key factors driving the radiation oncology marketplace. Growing demand from emerging markets is one more important growth driver. In 2015, the number of new cancer cases diagnosed on an annual basis hit the 14.9 million mark, and it is expected to amount to 20 million by 2025.

Currently, international markets cannot boast a sufficient equipment level, and that is why a large number of patients have to wait for a long time in order to undergo a radiation therapy.

More than 8,950 additional treatment machines will be required by late 2019 in developing countries.

Robotic surgical devices are widely used by hospitals since they assist in improving outcomes numbers.

As of 2015, the global market for radiology oncology surgical robot devices was worth more than USD 3.95 billion. The marketplace is set to reach a value of USD 7.3 billion by 2022.

New report “Radiology Oncology Surgical Robots Market” elaborated by WinterGreen Research provides a detailed analysis of the global market for radiology oncology surgical robots. The research study provides a bird’s eye view of this marketplace. It outlines market dynamics and shares with a reader valuable data on market shares. The report comprises product descriptions and information on R&D activities. The research study explores the competitive landscape and comprises company decryptions. Market forecast is on hand in the research report, too.

Report Details:

Radiology Oncology Surgical Robots Market
Published: January, 2016
Pages: 557
Price: US$ 4,100.00

More new reports by this publisher are available at WinterGreen Research page


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