China Market Report for Hybrid and Integrated Operating Room Technology 2016 – MedView
The market for video, high-tech and integrated OR equipment includes integrated ORs, hybrid
ORs, surgical camera systems, image capture devices, surgical displays, light sources, surgical
lighting, surgical booms and surgical tables.
- Year: 2016
- Scope: 2012-2022
- Region: China
- Published Date: 05/01/2016
- Pages: 59
- Type: MedView
Video and high-tech equipment is a broad term used to refer to video systems, digital image capture
devices, integration hubs/routers, surgical robotic systems and other capital equipment used in the medical
industry. This report suite includes the markets for all major types of equipment found in operating rooms
Integrated OR is a reference to an operating room that has been ergonomically designed to include video,
lighting, recording and information sharing equipment integrated via a central hub/router. Equipment such
as surgical lighting, surgical displays, surgical booms, surgical tables and insufflators are regularly found
inside ORs and are often part of the cost of a new, fully integrated OR setup. In addition, video camera
systems and related equipment such as light sources, surgical headlights and image capture devices are an
integral part of a modern OR.
The breadth of this report suite includes integrated ORs, surgical cameras, image capture and recording
devices, surgical displays, surgical light sources, surgical lighting, surgical booms and surgery tables.
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China Market Report for Surgical Light Sources 2016 – MedCore
Surgical light sources provide illumination for endoscopic cameras, surgical headlights and surgical
microscopes. The concentrated light is transmitted from a base unit to the destination through a fiber optic
cable made up of very pure glass fibers. The base unit contains the illuminating bulb, which can vary from
one light source to another. During minimally invasive surgery (MIS) procedures, endoscopic cameras
rely on light from the light source, as there is essentially no background illumination. Generally, overhead
surgical lighting is adequate in invasive, open procedures. However, if additional illumination is required,
a surgical headlight can be worn by the surgeon. The majority of surgical headlights use xenon. Therefore,
surgical light sources are used in both MIS and open surgeries.
China Market Report for Surgical Displays 2016 – MedCore
The increased use of surgical booms has allowed for more monitors to be brought into the OR
environment. Previously, bringing more monitors into the OR meant more carts and cables to
accommodate them. This brought congestion to the OR and increased the risk of injury to the operating
team. Surgical booms avoid this by placing the displays above the operating area and reducing their
footprint in the OR. For certain disciplines, such as interventional radiology, there has been an increase in
large displays, in the range of 56 to 60, being boom mounted.
European Video, High-Tech and Integrated OT Equipment 2013 (15 Countries) – MedSuite
The European markets, as defined in this report, include: Germany, France, Italy, the United Kingdom (the U.K.), Spain, Benelux, (the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg), Scandinavia (Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland), Switzerland, Portugal and Austria. Growth of the video, high-tech and operating theatre (OT) equipment market is dependent on several demographic and economic factors such as: income per capita, government expenditure on healthcare, capital budget allocation among purchasing facilities, aging population, the increasing rate of obesity and the acceptance of new technologies. These factors, as well as other trends affect the demand for video, high-tech and OT equipment.
Japanese Market for Video, High-Tech and Integrated OR Equipment 2009 – MedSuite
Video and high-tech equipment is a broad term used to refer to video systems, digital image capture devices, integration hubs/routers, surgical robotic systems and other capital equipment used in the medical industry. In this report, we have included the markets for all major types of equipment found in operating rooms (ORs). Integrated OR is a reference to an operating room that has been ergonomically designed to include video, lighting, recording and information sharing equipment integrated via a central hub/router. Equipment such as surgical lighting, surgical displays, surgical booms, surgical tables, and insufflators are regularly found inside ORs and are often part of the cost of a new, fully integrated OR setup. In addition, video camera systems and related equipment such as light sources, surgical headlights, image capture devices, and medical printers are an integral part of a modern OR.