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.
- Year: 2016
- Scope: 2012-2022
- Region: China
- Published Date: 05/01/2016
- Pages: 55
- Type: MedCore
Almost all ORs in China are equipped with surgical displays that are used to present surgical camera video
feeds and procedure-related information. Normally, ORs have one to two displays, depending on the
medical specialty and space availability. For example, a general surgical suite has one surgical display and
an arthroscopy suite generally has two. These displays would be moved around on carts that could be
brought into the OR as needed. However, the popularity of integrated ORs is causing an increasing in the
number of displays in the OR. A growing percentage of ORs use two to three displays, especially those
used for cardiology procedures or for teaching. In rare circumstances, such as some larger teaching
facilities, large displays are being placed on walls to present camera feeds from the operation to the
gallery for educational purposes. The introduction of integrated ORs has brought about the use of touch
screen displays for control of some OR equipment. Dedicated ORs typically have four surgical displays,
with two of these displays being found on the surgical cart. OR booms have allowed for the placement of
displays above the operating area, reducing their footprint in the OR. In addition, liquid crystal displays
(LCD) have almost completely replaced standard definition cathode ray tube (CRT). The demand for
larger displays is increasing as the resolution of monitors has increased drastically since 2008 when HD
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China Market Report for Surgical Booms 2016 – MedCore
Surgical booms were introduced to the operating room (OR) environment in the 1990s. Initially, surgical
booms were installed in order to reduce the clutter caused by having multiple carts surrounding the
surgeon and the operating team.
China Market Report for Surgical Lighting 2016 – MedCore
Surgical lighting equipment is installed on ceiling-suspended mobile arms. These lighting arms are often
equipped with monitor arm extensions that hold a surgical monitor and contain any power and fiber optic
cables required for its operation. It is often installed with surgical equipment booms as a package.
European Markets for Operating Theater Lighting 2016 – MedCore
Surgical light sources provide illumination for endoscopic cameras, surgical headlights and surgical microscopes. Surgical lighting systems provide illumination during open surgeries. Surgical lighting is an integral component of every operating theater (OT).
European Markets for Video, High-Tech and Integrated OT Equipment 2011 – MedSuite
The European markets as defined in this report include: Germany, France, Italy,
the United Kingdom (U.K.), Spain, Benelux, (the Netherlands, Belgium and
Luxembourg), Scandinavia (Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland), Switzerland,
Portugal and Austria. The video, high-tech and integrated OT equipment market includes
integrated OTs, theatre lighting, surgical tables, surgical booms, surgical camera systems,
light sources, surgical displays, digital image capture devices and surgical microscopes.