Image-guided Surgery and Robot-assisted Surgery Market in Asia-Pacific
This research service covers the revenues and trends in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) image-guided surgery (IGS) and robot-assisted surgery (RAS) market. Higher disposable income, penetration of health insurance, and improvement in overall quality of life necessitate the need for quality healthcare services. This has led to investment in assistive technologies by private hospitals. There is also rising demand for efficient and patient-safety treatment protocols that could be achieved using IGS and RAS. With innovations in healthcare, there has been a significant transition from conventional and minimally invasive surgeries to use of assistive technologies such as IGS and RAS.
The majority of the quantitative and qualitative information contained in this research service was acquired through primary research conducted with manufacturers, distributors, and key opinion leaders for image-guided surgery (IGS) and robot-assisted surgery (RAS) market. Most interviews were conducted with product managers and marketing managers.
The analysis contained in this research service is based on the following.
Information collected through discussions with market participants and from secondary sources—government, industry associations, companies, and other web sites and credible sources.
Public announcements and plans by OEMs, suppliers, new entrants, and distributors.
Frost & Sullivan’s published research services and market and technology expertise.
Forecasts are guided by data and analysis based on the market dynamics. When specific market sizes were unavailable, estimates were extrapolated using a combination of secondary and primary research.
Industry-specific information obtained include:
oRevenue breakdowns by technology segments and regions specific to the market
Company revenues, market share estimates, and projected growth rates
Market information, including customers, regional, and technology trends
oMarket drivers, restraints, and challenges
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