Impact of Hybrid Imaging Platforms (TechVision)

Impact of Hybrid Imaging Platforms (TechVision)

Combination of the best-of-both imaging modalities

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28-Sep-2015
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The term hybrid imaging essentially refers to hardware-based image fusion where two different imaging modalities are combined in a single equipment. As image fusion through the hardware approach offers several advantages over software-based image fusion, such as accuracy of image co-registration and ease of image fusion through a single scan session, to name a few, hybrid scanners such as positron emission tomography-computed tomography (PET-CT) were introduced in 2001, followed by the introduction of single photon emission computed tomography-computed tomography (SPECT-CT) hybrids in 2003. These two modalities are established in the market today, with PET-CT being the standard of care in oncology and SPECT-CT an upcoming hybrid modality currently being used mainly for cardiac scans. Presently, attempts are also being made to bring out hybrid imaging platforms, such as MRI-Optical imaging CT-optical imaging, and so on. These modalities are expected to have significant penetration potential mainly in clinical segments, such as oncology, cardiology, and neurology.

Table of Contents

Research Scope

Research Process Methodology

Research Process Methodology (continued)

Key Findings

Industry Snapshot

Technology Value Chain

Drivers and Challenges

Drivers Explained

Challenges Explained

Regional Adoption

Regional Adoption

Regional Adoption

Technology Capability

Technology Capability

Technology Capability

Technology Capability

Technology Capability

Technology Capability

Technology Capability

Technology Capability

Technology Capability

Technology Capability

Technology Capability

Technology Capability

Technology Capability

Technology Capability

Technology Capability

Technology Capability

Application Impact and Growth Opportunities

Application Impact and Growth Opportunities

Application Impact and Growth Opportunities

Application Impact and Growth Opportunities

Stakeholders

Stakeholder Analysis

Stakeholder Analysis

Market Overview

Emerging Opportunities

Assessment and Prioritization of Emerging Opportunities

Assessment and Prioritization of Emerging Opportunities -

Assessment and Prioritization of Emerging Opportunities—

Assessment and Prioritization of Emerging Opportunities

Assessment and Prioritization of Emerging Opportunities—

End-User Requirements

Technology Trends

Hybrid Imaging

Patents

Patents

Patents

Contacts

Appendix

Appendix

Appendix

The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy

The term hybrid imaging essentially refers to hardware-based image fusion where two different imaging modalities are combined in a single equipment. As image fusion through the hardware approach offers several advantages over software-based image fusion, such as accuracy of image co-registration and ease of image fusion through a single scan session, to name a few, hybrid scanners such as positron emission tomography-computed tomography (PET-CT) were introduced in 2001, followed by the introduction of single photon emission computed tomography-computed tomography (SPECT-CT) hybrids in 2003. These two modalities are established in the market today, with PET-CT being the standard of care in oncology and SPECT-CT an upcoming hybrid modality currently being used mainly for cardiac scans. Presently, attempts are also being made to bring out hybrid imaging platforms, such as MRI-Optical imaging CT-optical imaging, and so on. These modalities are expected to have significant penetration potential mainly in clinical segments, such as oncology, cardiology, and neurology.
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Deliverable Type Technology Research
No Index No
Podcast No
Author Darshana De
Industries Healthcare
WIP Number D6A2-01-00-00-00
Keyword 1 Hybrid Imaging
Keyword 2 Hybrid Imaging Platform
Keyword 3 Impact of Hybrid Imaging
Is Prebook No