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Global Mobile C-Arm Systems Market Driven by Technological Advancement in Imaging Capabilities

By MedImaging International staff writers
Posted on 11 Jul 2023
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Image: Mobile C-arms contribute to excellent precision in the OR (Photo courtesy of Siemens)
Image: Mobile C-arms contribute to excellent precision in the OR (Photo courtesy of Siemens)

Mobile C-arm systems offer a host of advantages for healthcare professionals and patients alike. These systems are heavily relied upon by interventional cardiologists, radiologists, and surgeons across various specialties, including orthopedics, gastroenterology, and urology. They are utilized in operating rooms, surgical suites, and outpatient procedures. The key benefit of this fluoroscopy technology is its mobility around the patient, achieving optimal image acquisition and thereby enhancing patient outcomes. Factors like advancements in 3D imaging and flat panel detectors, an aging population with cardiovascular and orthopedic conditions, and emphasis on reducing radiation exposure and procedure time, are driving the use of mobile C-arm systems. Consequently, the global mobile C-arm systems market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 4.7%, from USD 1.43 billion in 2023 to USD 1.80 billion by 2028.

These are the latest findings of Mordor Intelligence (Hyderabad, India), a market research firm.

The growth of the mobile C-arm systems market is expected to be boosted by factors like the rising prevalence of chronic diseases, advancements in imaging technology, and the introduction of new products. The increasing global burden of chronic diseases and surgeries, particularly heart procedures, are expected to further fuel market growth. Moreover, efforts by the market players to enhance the efficiency and workflow of mobile C-arm systems through technological advancements will also contribute to market growth. However, challenges like high procedural and equipment costs and a shortage of skilled professionals could hamper the market's growth during the forecast period.

By product type, the mini C-arm segment is expected to witness significant growth in the coming years due to factors such as the rising prevalence of road injuries, trauma, and orthopedic diseases, advances in medical imaging, and the advantages offered by mini C-arms. Mini C-arms are ideal for fluoroscopy of extremities at minimized dose levels and their lightweight design ensures ease of handling in small spaces and operating rooms.

Geographically, North America holds the major share in the global mobile C-arm systems market. This can be attributed to factors such as the growing prevalence of chronic diseases, FDA approval of advanced products, well-established healthcare infrastructure, and strategic initiatives taken by key market players in the region.

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