Medical Robotics & Computer Market to be Worth USD 20.5 Billion by 2022, Predicts Allied Market Research Report Available at MarketPublishers.com
05 Jul 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – As of 2015, the market for medical robotics and computers reached a value of slightly over USD 8.88 billion. It is set to demonstrate double digit growth by more than 12% through 2022. The marketplace is forecast to be worth USD 20.5 billion by 2022.
Such rapid growth will be encouraged by a number of drivers: growing interest in non-invasive and minimally invasive surgeries, rising need in automation seen in the healthcare sector, and more. A rise in incidence of paralysis and cancer as well as in the amputee population will also ignite the growth.
However, there are some restraining factors: high costs associated with rehabilitation and surgical robots, a possibility of an accidental death or injury due to broken instruments or errors of a system.
There are quite many companies participating in this marketplace, and Hansen Medical, Renishaw and Stanmore Implants Worldwide are some of the largest ones in this space.
In-demand research report “World Medical Robotics and Computer - Assisted Surgery Market - Opportunities and Forecasts, 2015 - 2022” elaborated by Allied Market Research is a unique source of valuable data on the medical robotics and computer market. The study starts with market definition and coverage of a report scope.
The report canvasses key trends in the space, it throws light on major growth factors and discusses growth opportunities. It covers different segments of this marketplace and explores its performance across different regions, besides focusing on key countries.
The research study gives future forecasts through 2022 and comprises major companies’ profiles.
- 360-degree view of the marketplace;
- coverage of market dynamics;
- analysis of the market performance in different regions as well as countries;
- company profiles;
- future projections;
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