The report contains a thorough study of the Global Computed Tomography Devices Market. It has successfully pointed out the key factors that have substantial impact on the Computed Tomography Devices Market. This report is based on result of a well-planned research methodology. The methodology employed both primary and secondary research tools. These tools aid the researchers to collect authentic data and arrive at a definite conclusion. The prevailing competitors in the global Computed Tomography Devices Market has also been portrayed in the report, offering an opportunity to the market players to gauge their performance.
Computed tomography devices are medical devices that used for noninvasive medical examination or procedure with uses specialized X-Ray equipment to produce cross-sectional images of body parts. These cross sectional slices of images are used for variety of diagnostic and therapeutic purposes.
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The increase in incidences of cardiovascular diseases across the globe is key driving factor which is expected to boost the global computed tomography devices market. For instance, as per the World Health Organization approximated 17.9 million deaths have been reported annually due to cardiovascular diseases across the globe. Furthermore, increase in awareness and early diagnosis of chronic cardiovascular diseases and cancer will positively contribute the market growth. Also, continuous technological advancements expected to propel the growth of global computed tomography devices market growth. In addition to that, collaboration and partnership activities of key players will drive the market growth. For instance, in 2019, Siemens partnered with General Electronics for the development and launch of Cardiac Computed Tomography Scanner.
However, high cost of these devices particularly in developing and under developing countries is the major restraining factor which is expected to hinder the global computed tomography devices market growth during this analysis period.
Global Computed Tomography Devices Market is segmented into product such as Low Slice CT Scanner (<64 Slices), Medium Slice CT Scanner (64 Slices), and High Slice CT Scanner (>64 Slices),by application such as Cardiovascular Applications, Neurovascular Application, Oncology, Abdomen & Pelvic Application, Spinal Application, and Musculoskeletal Application. Further, market is segmented into end user such as Hospitals, and Diagnostic Centers.
Also, Global Computed Tomography Devices Market is segmented into five regions such as North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Middle East & Africa.
Market Key Players
Various key players are discussed in this report such as Siemens, GENERAL ELECTRIC, Koninklijke Philips N.V., Toshiba Medical System Corporation, Hitachi Medical Corporation, Neurologica Comp, Neusoft Corporation, Accuray Incorporated, Shenzhen Anke High-tech Co., Ltd, and Koning Corporation.
- Low Slice CT Scanner (<64 Slices)
- Medium Slice CT Scanner (64 Slices)
- High Slice CT Scanner (>64 Slices)
- Cardiovascular Applications
- Neurovascular Application
- Abdomen & Pelvic Application
- Spinal Application
- Musculoskeletal Application
By End User
- Diagnostic Centers
- North America
- Latin America
- Europe Asia
- Pacific Middle
- East & Africa
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