MarketResearch.com published a new market research report titled “Innovations and Trends in the Image-Guided and Robot-Assisted Surgery Markets.”
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According to the report, image-guided and robot-assisted surgery technologies range from simple minimally invasive surgeries and procedures, using laparoscopy, to complicated procedures. These have become established technologies in treating certain ailments and accepted widely.
Further expansion in the image-guided and robot-assisted surgery markets is expected, although moderately when compared to figures in the pre-recession period. However, markets will experience healthy profit margins in spite of the pressures in healthcare in developed countries.
The use of advanced image-guided and robotic surgical procedures will increase significantly owing to the improved patient value because of high success rate, better outcomes, faster recoveries and low cost for complex procedures, said analysts.
The new analysis covers the evolution of image-guided and robot-assisted surgery from being novel techniques to widely used procedures for most applications. The analysis assesses the current practice of image-guided and robot-assisted surgery giving greater insights into emerging trends, technological innovations, global market conditions, and other possible applications.
The features and benefits that can be derived from this research report are a thorough understanding of the core technologies on which image-guided and robot-assisted surgery techniques are based.
Users can identify the most common applications of these techniques besides identifying emerging trends that will influence the direction of the image-guided and robot-assisted surgery markets, added officials.
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Edited by Brooke Neuman