By the end of 2024, the global intraoperative imaging market will expand at a CAGR of 9.4% and bring in an estimated US$ 1,145.3 million in revenues.
The Intra Operative Imaging Market To Grow On A Scalable Note
Persistence Market Research has recently published its report on the global market for
intraoperative imaging, excerpts from which predict the market to be presently valued at US$
513.9 million. According to the report, the demand for intraoperative imaging will keep surging
on the grounds of increasing adoption of minimally-invasive surgeries and remarkable progress
witnessed in the field of diagnostic imaging for neurosurgeries. The world’s leading medical
research institutes are also taking big leaps towards development of advanced imaging
technologies. By the end of 2024, the global intraoperative imaging market will expand at a
CAGR of 9.4% and bring in an estimated US$ 1,145.3 million in revenues.
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Intraoperative imaging systems are gaining popularity in the global healthcare industry as
notable industry leaders are building strategic collaborations & partnerships to foray into this
market. The global intraoperative imaging market continues to remain uncharted as patients as
well as medical professionals from around the world aren’t entirely aware of the diagnostic
benefits of intraoperative imaging, compared to other existing imaging technologies. After
gaining acceptance in hospitals and diagnostic centers across the globe, intraoperative imaging
devices can be further evolved to include features such as real-time imaging.
Nearly three-fourth of global intraoperative imaging revenues are concentrated in the sales of
intraoperative imaging systems. The report reveals that throughout the forecast period,
intraoperative imaging services will lose out on revenue share, and be valued at a little less than
US$ 300 million by 2024-end. Also, the use of intraoperative imaging systems will primarily be
in the field of neurosurgery. Based on the research findings, neurosurgical intervention will be
the largest application of intraoperative imaging