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Computer Assisted Surgery (CAS) Systems Reduce Fatigue and Offer better Precision

Big Market Research
Posted on: 26 Aug 16
Computer Assisted Surgery (CAS) Systems Reduce Fatigue and Offer better Precision

Robotic Surgical Systems introduced in health facilities have reduced human efforts and helped surgeons to perform better

It is hard to imagine the world without computers. Computers are used in almost all the industrial sectors and have constantly aided human beings to perform tasks efficiently and punctually. Computer assisted surgery (CAS) systems have made an entry into the medical world. A report added by Big Market Research titled, “United States Computer Assisted Surgical (CAS) Systems Industry 2015 Deep Market Research Report”, explores the different aspects of the market such as market share, size, and growth. With growing demand and efforts being put in to make the technology cost-effective, the market is set to grow in the coming years.

 

Computer assisted Surgery (CAS) Systems popular North American and European markets

The North American region has been a crucial and an important market thus far for the recently developed Computer assisted surgery systems market. In the next 5 years one out of three surgeries will be performed using computer assisted surgery systems. This figure is double than the current level of surgeries performed with the assistance of this technology. The main reason why the market is thriving in this region is, the development and acceptance of computer assisted surgery systems.

Europe is another region that has come to terms with medical robotics and computer assisted surgeries. The ageing population, high occurrence of chronic diseases have contributed to the growth of the market in this region. Recent investments made on medical infrastructure have also supplemented market growth in the European sector.

 

Get Complete Details @ http://www.bigmarketresearch.com/united-states-computer-assisted-surgical-cas-systems-industry-2015-deep-research-report-market

 

Medical Robotics market to grow in Asia-Pacific

Medical facilities in India and China will soon adopt computer assisted surgery systems. Companies such as Intuitive Surgical are eyeing the Asian markets. This is due to the overall potential of the Asian market and factors such as increasing healthcare investment projects and widespread awareness related to medical robotic solutions. India and China have shown commendable economic growth. Further, disposable income has also increased which is another reason that the technology is anticipated to do well in the region.

 

Weakness in current generation robots to attract new market entrants

The existing medical robotic systems are good but not perfect. The scope to improve the technology is high and thus encouraging new players to explore the industry. The main obstacle the next generation developers will face is to reduce the cost of robots, improve its skill and make it capable of performing various types of procedures. Medtronic and a startup under the guidance of Johnson & Johnson are hoping to make an impact on the market in the near future.

 

Enquire about this report @ http://www.bigmarketresearch.com/report-enquiry/347611

 

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Pranjal Mehta
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Last updated on: 26/08/2016

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