The data examined by GME predicted that by 2026, the Global CT Scanner Market would grow with a CAGR value of 5.4 percent. The rise in technical innovations in CT scanners, the increase in awareness among the population of early detection of diseases, and government interventions by supportive policies and health spending are the key factors contributing to the growth of CT scanners.
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By Type (Stationary CT scanners, Portable CT scanners), By Architecture (C-arm CT Scanners, O-arm CT Scanners), By Technology (High-slice CT, Mid-slice CT, Low-slice CT, Cone-beam CT (CBCT)), By Application (Human Application, Diagnostic Applications, Cardiology Applications, Oncology Applications, Neurology Applications, Other Diagnostic Applications, Intraoperative Applications, Veterinary Application, Research Application), By Region (North America, Asia Pacific, CSA, Europe, and the Middle East and Africa); End-User Landscape, Company Market Share Analysis & Competitor Analysis.
Key Market Insights
· The CT scanner refers to a system intended to help medical practitioners examine and diagnose the anatomy of their patient or see the course of specific treatment inside the body of a person.
· The biggest chunk of the market is accounted for by the stationary CT scanners segment
· Related to the latest developments in C-arm, such as the augment of flat-panel technology that decreases radiation exposure and helps doctors to conduct numerous procedures, the C-arm architecture category will show the highest growth rate.
· Siemens AG, Hitachi Ltd, Toshiba Corporation, Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., Shenzhen Ltd., Planmed Oy, Koninklijke Philips N.V., Neusoft Corporation, GE Healthcare, Accuray Incorporated, Medtronic PLC, Shimadzu Corporation, Koning Corporation, Carestream Health, Inc. and Pointnix Co., Ltdare the key vendors competing in the CT scanner market
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Type Outlook (Revenue, USD Million, 2021-2026)
· Stationary CT Scanners
· Portable CT Scanners
Architecture Outlook (Revenue, USD Million, 2021-2026)
· C-arm CT Scanners
· O-arm CT Scanners
Technology Outlook (Revenue, USD Million, 2021-2026)
· High-slice CT
· Mid-slice CT
· Low-slice CT
· Cone-beam CT (CBCT)
Application Outlook (Revenue, USD Million, 2021-2026)
· Human Application
· Diagnostic Applications
· Cardiology Applications
· Oncology Applications
· Neurology Applications
· Other Diagnostic Applications
· Intraoperative Applications
· Veterinary Application
· Research Application
Regional Outlook (Revenue, USD Million, 2021-2026)
Rest of Europe
Rest of APAC
Central & South America
Rest of CSA
Middle East & Africa
Rest of MEA
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CT Scanner Market: Insights
The CT scanner refers to a system intended to help medical practitioners examine and diagnose the
anatomy of their patient or see the course of specific treatment inside the body of a person.
Computers and X-rays are used to create the image of bones, organs, and tissues. They are widely
used for knee, abdomen, chest, spine, and heart visualization. The increasing need for reliable and
early diagnosis is driving the growth of the demand for CT scanners.
The rise in technical innovations in CT scanners, the increase in awareness among the population of
early detection of diseases, and government interventions by supportive policies and health spending
are the key factors contributing to the growth of CT scanners.
The growth of the CT scanner market is accelerated by the increase in the need for efficient and early
detection tools, the growing incidence of targeted diseases among people around the globe, and the
growing use of CT scans over other imaging modalities with their various benefits. The demand for CT
scanners is influenced by the rise in mergers and acquisitions amongst key market participants for the
production and distribution of specialized CT scanners and the advancement of CT scanners, such as
the ability to obtain clinical data from CT tests. Also, the demand for CT scanners is greatly impacted
by growth in user preference for minimally invasive diagnostic procedures, rising awareness of the
procedural advantages provided by computed tomography, an increase in healthcare funding by the
public and private sectors, and growing healthcare expenditure. In addition, in the projected
timeframe, the change in preference for multimodal diagnostic imaging systems and the industry shift
to image-guided intervention expands lucrative prospects for market players in CT scanners.
On the other hand, high construction and repair costs, a shortage