Surgical Lighting and Surgical Boom Market Size, Share & COVID-19 Impact Analysis | Global and Emerging | 2021-2027 | MedCore | Includes: Equipment Boom, Anesthesia/Nursing Boom and Utility Boom Markets
- Year: 2021
- Scope: 10 Years
- Region: Global
- Type: MedCore
The global surgical lighting and surgical boom market sizes are estimated to increase over the forecast period to reach $492.3 million and $533.0 million, respectively, by 2027.
The majority of the global surgical lighting market share was controlled by Stryker, Skytron, and Getinge. On the other hand, the global surgical boom market share was controlled by Stryker, Dräger, and STERIS. This global market research spans over 70 countries and includes the Equipment Boom, Anesthesia/Nursing Boom, and Utility Boom Markets.
For surgical lighting, a strong, renovated ceiling is required to be able to withstand the weight and blueprint of the new lighting system when installed. For surgical booms, a ceiling support structure, which is costly to install and prolongs the time necessary to install a surgical boom system, must be added.
Market Data Included
- Unit Sales, Average Selling Prices, Market Size & Growth Trends
- COVID-19 Impact Analysis
- Market Drivers & Limiters
- Market Forecasts Until 2027, and Historical Data to 2017
- Recent Mergers & Acquisitions
- Company Profiles and Product Portfolios
- Leading Competitors
Surgical Lighting Market Insights
Over the last five years, the number of integrated operating rooms has grown steadily. OR integration often comes bundled with surgical lights. As a larger portion of ORs become integrated, this is expected to drive the growth of the surgical lighting market. New OR construction will continue to be the primary driving force of the surgical lighting market, in addition to continual product innovations, including software connectivity and constant obstacle independent illumination. However, COVID-19 has delayed construction and as a result, has impacted this market.
Surgical Boom Market Insights
Growth in the surgical boom market is closely correlated with growth in the integrated and hybrid OR markets. Booms and lighting are often purchased together from the same manufacturer, resulting in a similar competitive landscape within these two markets. The proliferation of specialty OR suites and hybrid OR suites, both of which require more surgical booms than a typical OR, has also induced growth in the number of units sold. Similar to the surgical lighting market, the surgical boom market was impacted by COVID-19 due to construction delays.
Market Share Insights
The global surgical lighting market was controlled by Stryker, Skytron, and Getinge, and the global surgical boom market was controlled by Stryker, Dräger, and STERIS.In 2020, the leading competitor in the surgical boom market was Stryker. Stryker bundles a number of its products with surgical boom systems, which appeals to facilities that are more focused on purchasing from a single supplier. Similarly, Stryker was the leading competitor in the surgical lighting market in 2020. The company has maintained a strong market share by bundling its surgical lighting systems with its integrated OR packages.
Research Regional Coverage
Throughout this report, iData Research has covered over 70 countries across the globe in great detail. Each global region may be purchased as a stand-alone report, tailoring the data to your needs. The regions covered are:
- North America (the United States and Canada)
- Latin America (Brazil, Mexico, Colombia, Argentina, Peru, Chile, Venezuela, and Other)
- Western Europe (Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, Austria, Portugal, Benelux, Scandinavia, and Other)
- Central and Eastern Europe (Poland, Turkey, Russia, Greece, Czech Republic, Croatia, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Hungary, Romania, Baltic States (Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania), and Other)
- Middle East (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Israel, Iran, Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain, Oman, and Other)
- Asia Pacific (China, Japan, South Korea, India, Australia, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, the Philippines, Brunei, Myanmar, Cambodia, Vietnam, New Zealand, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Other)
- Africa South Africa, Egypt, Morocco, Ghana, Nigeria, Libya, Sudan, Uganda, Kenya, and Other)
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