Tuesday, 30 September 2014
Robotics and Computer-Assisted surgery is a growing trend in medical science
Allied market research published a new report titled, “Global Medical Robotics and Computer - Assisted Surgery (MRCAS) Market (Equipment, Applications, Geography) - Size, Share, Global Trends, Company Profiles, Demand, Segmentation, Forecast, Research, Report, Opportunities, Insights and Analysis, 2013 – 2020.” The report is an extensive study on the market insights for all the global players and investors in the field of medical robotics and computer assisted surgery (MRCAS).
Medical robotics, as the term suggests is the use of robotics technology in the field of medical sciences. During surgeries, these robots allow surgeons with greater access into areas under operation, using less invasive and more precise methods. In the next few years “service robots” would be entering the healthcare sector to assist the doctors in the hospitals and other medical institutions.
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The report provides precise study of the MRCAS market across the globe. The cost of treatment involved in using such a technique, is the biggest hurdle for growth of the market. “With each system costing approximately $1-$2.5 million, the cost of treatment gets expensive. The cost ranges anywhere from $3,200-$8,000” says the AMR analyst. Further technological advancement in the field of medical robotics would be able to provide solution to the ‘expensive cost’ hurdle.
Companies profiled in the report are Titan Medical Inc, Intuitive surgical, Hitachi Medical Systems, Schaerer Mayfield, Siemens Healthcare, MAKO Surgical, Ascension, Biobot surgical, Smith & Nephew and Robotic Systems & Technologies.