Image-guided Surgery and Robot-assisted Surgery Market in Asia-Pacific

Image-guided Surgery and Robot-assisted Surgery Market in Asia-Pacific

Developed Markets Experiment with the Latest Technologies in Surgery

RELEASE DATE
23-Jan-2014
REGION
Asia Pacific
Research Code: P78D-01-00-00-00
SKU: HC02524-AP-MR_16645

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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.

Table of Contents

Introduction

  • Title Research Team, Contents, and List of Exhibits

Executive Summary

  • Key Findings

Market Overview

  • Market Segmentation by Technology Types with Sales-inducing Factors

Competitive Playbook

  • Analysis of Market

Total Market

  • Drivers and Restraints, Forecasts and Trends, and Market Competition

IGS Segment Analysis

  • Analysis

RAS Segment Analysis

  • Analysis

Analysis of Australia Market

  • Analysis

Analysis of South Korea Market

  • Analysis

Analysis of Taiwan Market

  • Analysis

Analysis of Japan Market

  • Analysis

Analysis of SE Asia Market

  • Analysis

Key Companies

  • To Keep a Watch For

The Last Word

  • Three Big Predictions

Appendix

  • Additional Information
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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.
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No Index Yes
Podcast No
Author Poornima Srinivasan
Industries Healthcare
WIP Number P78D-01-00-00-00
Is Prebook No