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.
- Year: 2016
- Scope: 2012-2022
- Region: China
- Published Date: 05/01/2016
- Pages: 45
- Type: MedCore
Surgical lighting is an integral component of every operating room (OR). In the past, surgical lighting was
manufactured by companies that did not offer full integration solutions for the OR. Surgical lighting was
included in integrated OR packages due to strategic relationships and mutual agreements between the
surgical lighting manufacturer and the integrated OR manufacturer. Many companies that manufacture
surgical lighting also manufacture surgical booms, another common component of an integrated OR. This
has led to the entry of traditionally surgical lighting and boom manufacturers into the integrated OR
Surgical lighting is required to provide sufficient illumination during a surgical procedure. Lighting
systems are especially important in invasive open surgeries, where the surgeon has a direct line of sight
with the cavity. Continuous and bright illumination is necessary, even when the light is temporarily
blocked by a surgeons head or arm. In order to achieve this, surgical lights are often deployed in pairs,
and are called surgical lighting systems.
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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.
European Market for Surgical Video and Imaging Technology 2016 – MedCore
The introduction of high definition (HD) technology has brought considerable change to the surgical camera system market. The popularity of minimally invasive surgery (MIS) is continually growing as the utilization of MIS has resulted in reduced patient stays and costs, which have been accompanied by improvements in operating theater efficiency. Surgical displays are utilized in essentially all operating theaters (OTs) in Europe. Surgical light sources provide illumination for endoscopic cameras, surgical headlights and surgical microscopes.
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.