Digital mobile X-ray market expected to grow at a steady pace through 2025; demand for digital mobile X-ray growing in developed countries.

FMI – January 14, 2016  – Future Market Insights, a global research and consulting firm, based out of New York, announces its 10-year market forecast on the adoption of digital technology in X-ray facilities at hospitals and clinics. According to the report, “Digital Mobile X-Ray Market: Global Industry Analysis and Opportunity Assessment 2015-2025”, digital services are becoming highly sought-after in healthcare institutions, especially in developed countries.

Highlighting the key drivers of the report, FMI analyst Sabyasachi Ghosh said, “Flexibility, portability, ease of use, and higher efficiency – these factors collectively are prompting healthcare institutions to incorporate digital mobile solutions in X-ray departments. Advancement in technology has enabled the development of low-dose radiation devices, furthering the demand for digital mobile X-ray devices.”

The report offers 10-year forecast on the basis of application, technology, portability, product, end-use, and model. The report also offers market forecast and trend analysis on the basis of region.

On the basis of technology, the report has segmented the market into computed radiography (CR), direct radiography (DR), and low dose radiation. Among these, demand for DR and low dose radiation is currently the highest owing to its high-resolution image quality and focus on patient safety. Mobile DR is extremely useful in cases where patient mobility is a concern.

On the basis of end-use, FMI has segmented the market into diagnostic centres and hospitals. The hospital segment is further broken down into central X-ray department, intensive care unit (ICU), operation theatre, and neonatal intensive care unit (NICU).

Based on application, the FMI report offers 10-year forecast on the following segments, point of care testing (POCT), dental, mammography, and chest imaging. Among these, point of care testing (POCT) accounts for the bulk of the share of global revenues currently, and the trend is expected to continue during the forecast period as well.

On the basis of portability, the digital mobile X-ray market has been segmented into mobile and handheld. Further, on the basis of model, the report has segmented the market into traditional, retrofit, and new digital.

The report offers 10-year forecast in the following regions,

·         North America Digital Mobile X-Ray Market

·         Latin America Digital Mobile X-Ray Market

·         Western Europe Digital Mobile X-Ray Market

·         Eastern Europe Digital Mobile X-Ray Market

·         Asia Pacific excluding Japan (APEJ) Digital Mobile X-Ray Market

·         Japan Digital Mobile X-Ray Market

·         Middle East & Africa Digital Mobile X-Ray Market

Digital Mobile X-Ray Market: Key Players

The report also profiles key companies in the digital mobile X-ray market. Some of the leading companies profiled in the report include PortaVision Medical, Philips Healthcare, Hitachi Medical Corporation, Siemens Healthcare, AGFA HEALTHCARE N.V, Virtual Imaging, Inc., Fujifilm Medical systems, Canon Inc., Shimadzu Corporation, SEDECAL SA, GE Healthcare, Carestream Health, Hologic, Inc., Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., LLC, Kubtec X-ray, Ziehm Imaging, Inc., and Toshiba Medical Systems Corporation.

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