Medical Robots Market to See Tremendous Growth through 2023, Predicts Infoholic Research in Its New Report Available at MarketPublishers.com29 Aug 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Driven by expanding adoption of medical robots, increasing number of aged people, rising patients’ preference for minimally invasive surgeries, introduction of new innovative products and elevating prevalence of chronic diseases, the world’s medical robots market is poised to gain traction at a tremendous CAGR of 22% during 2017-2023. By late 2023, this market is projected to exceed the value of USD 17.5 billion. The constantly escalating demand for managed care coupled with shortage of professionals in the healthcare sector also gives impetus to the medical robots market growth.
Medtronic, Intuitive Surgical, Stryker, Mazor Robotics and Boston Scientific are amid the outstanding players in the medical robots domain.
At present, the North American region grabs the biggest chunk of the world’s medical robots market; this is attributed to ongoing technological advancements. Substantial growth is witnessed in the US and Canada. Europe is making huge investments in the development of innovative solutions for medical robots. The developing regions are anticipated to improve its market share through 2023.
New research publication “Medical Robots Market – Global Drivers, Restraints, Opportunities, Trends, and Forecasts to 2023” worked out by Infoholic Research gives an extensive, unbiased analysis of the medical robots industry. It presents a comprehensive overview of the market landscape, dynamics, key growth influencing factors, major challenges and opportunities, prevailing trends and key issues. The report contains an insightful analysis of the market segments with data on their shares, features the present scenario across the key regional markets. Insights into the competitive landscape and informative profiles of the prominent participants are available in this publication. Further, the report offers an all-round future outlook through 2023.
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