In 2020, the total Canadian operating room equipment market size was valued at $58.4 million, while the OR integration component market was valued at $8 million. The total market value is expected to increase at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 3.6% to approach $74.8 million in 2026.
Throughout this medical market research, we analyzed 30 operating room equipment companies across Canada and used our comprehensive methodology to understand the market sizes, unit sales, company market shares, and to create accurate forecasts.
While this MedSuite report contains all the Canadian Operating Room Equipment market data and analysis, each of the market segments is also available as stand-alone MedCore reports. This allows you to get access to only the market research that you need.
DATA TYPES INCLUDED
- Unit Sales, Average Selling Prices, Market Value & Growth Trends
- Forecasts Until 2026, and Historical Data to 2016
- Market Drivers & Limiters for Each Operating Room Equipment market
- Competitive Analysis with Market Shares for Each Segment
- Recent Mergers & Acquisitions
- COVID19 Impact on the Canadian Operating Room Equipment Market
- Company Profiles, Product Portfolios and SWOT for Top Competitors
Market Value and Industry Trends
Fully integrated operating rooms are predominantly profit centers for hospitals. Increasing the workflow and efficiency not only benefits the patient, but also the hospital and staff. Numerous newer functions, such as archiving, streaming, video conferencing, and workflow enhancement, have become standard facets of integration in recent years.
Hybrid operating rooms take integration to the next level by adding a dedicated fixed imaging system and an advanced image-guided surgical table into the mix. These operating rooms provide versatile solutions that save hospitals critical time and provide flexibility to perform open and minimally invasive surgeries. In the same room, cardiovascular, orthopedic, spine, neurosurgical and vascular procedures can be carried out.
The adoption of 4K-capable devices in the operating room has stimulated significant growth in the integrated operating room market. Hospitals are investing in this technology earlier than anticipated, in order to future-proof their operating rooms, which has resulted in unexpectedly high growth rates for 4K surgical displays and camera systems.
Impact of COVID-19 on the Canadian Operating Room Equipment Market
The worldwide breakout of the novel COVID19 pandemic in late 2019 and early 2020 has disrupted supply and distribution chains for many large healthcare manufacturers, both in Canada and globally. Due to the current situation in most hospitals, replacing capital equipment is not expected to be a high priority throughout this pandemic, as long as the original equipment is still functioning.
Furthermore, sales representatives from many manufacturers currently have limited travel and access to hospitals and other care sites. Not being able to sell, demo or train new devices on-site is expected to have an overall negative impact on the integrated OR market throughout 2020.
NDS Surgical Imaging (NDSsi) was the leading competitor in the Canadian OR equipment market, due to its leading position in the surgical display segment, the only segment in which the company is active. NDSsi was the first company to introduce flat screen panels in the OR and has since retained its position as the leading competitor, despite losing some share to manufacturers that have recently entered the market.
By 2020, Barco held the second-leading position in the Canadian Operating Room Equipment market, due to its second-leading position in the surgical display segment, the only segment in which the company is active. Unlike some of the other competitors in the surgical display market, Barco is focused on larger, more advanced HD and 4K surgical displays.
Stryker was the third-leading competitor in the Canadian Operating Room Equipment market by 2020. The company offered products in many segments and was the market leader in three of the segments. Its dominance is partly due to the fact that Stryker has been in the business since 1992, meaning that it was first company to enter the integration business.
Click on each title to view detailed market segmentation.
- Integrated Operating Room Component Market – MedCore – The chapter contains the in-depth analysis of the Integrated OR Components market.
- Hybrid Operating Room Market – MedCore – The in-depth analysis of the Hybrid Operating Room Component market.
- Surgical Display Market – MedCore – The market is broken down by Display Type into HD and 4K Surgical Displays, and by Display Size.
- Surgical Headlights Market – MedCore – The in-depth analysis of the Surgical Headlights market.
- Surgical Lighting Market – MedCore – The in-depth analysis of the Surgical Lighting market.
- Surgical Boom Market – MedCore – The market is broken down into segments By Device Type, such as Equipment Boom, Anesthesia/Nursing Boom, and Utility Boom device markets.
- Surgical Tables Market – MedCore – The market consists of the segments broken down by Application, such as devices for General Surgery, Orthopedic Surgery, and Image-Guided Surgery.
DETAILED MARKET SEGMENTATION
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