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Growing Physicianís Need for Higher Sensitivity Diagnostic Images Drive the Nuclear Medicine Imaging Equipment Market


Published: March 2017

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  • Code: MCP-1228
  • Pages: 263
  • Tables: 130
  • Companies: 30


NUCLEAR MEDICINE IMAGING EQUIPMENT: A RESEARCH BRIEF

The global market for Nuclear Medicine Imaging Equipment is projected to reach US$2.3 billion by 2022, driven by the development of disease-specific radiopharmaceuticals, launch of highly sensitive radionuclide imaging devices; and growing shift towards hybrid PET/CT and PET/MRI imaging. The market is also benefiting from expanding use in diagnostic applications such as bone scans, thyroid scans, myocardial perfusion scans, gated heart pool scans, hepatobiliary scans, and renal scans, among others. The single most important factor driving adoption of nuclear medicine is the ability of the technology to provide physicians better understanding of disease pathology at the molecular level. The technology is beginning to play a bigger and important role in post-therapy evaluation of a treatmentís efficacy and to determine the disease prognosis. The United States represents the largest market worldwide supported by well-developed healthcare infrastructure; growing awareness over the importance of early diagnosis, and increasing incidence and prevalence of cancer and other chronic diseases among the aging population. Asia-Pacific ranks as the fastest growing market led by growing population and parallel increase in healthcare burden; development of hospital and diagnostic infrastructure as measured by new establishment of diagnostic centers; and growing cost effectiveness and patient affordability of nuclear medicine. 

    Summary of Findings

  • Development of Full-Body PET Scanners and Wearable PET Scanners for Neurological Imaging to Benefit Market Prospects
  • Hybrid Imaging Using Combined PET and CT/MRI Scanners Makes Nuclear Medicine More Commercially Practical by Mitigating Traditional Challenges of Limited Resolution Power & Inability to Determine Precise Anatomical Location of Diseases
  • Developments in Nuclear Medicine Infrastructure, Funding and Education Levels of Trained Personnel Drive Growth in Developing Countries
  • Developments in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Drives Interest in Tele-Nuclear Medicine
  • Continuous Technology Developments to Support the Evolution of Emergency Nuclear Medicine

    Timeline for Analysis

  • Market Estimates and Forecasts for 2015-2022
  • Historic Review 2009-2014

    Geographic Markets Analyzed

  • US, Canada, Japan, Europe (France, Germany, Italy, UK, Spain, Russia and Rest of Europe), Asia-Pacific (China, India and Rest of Asia-Pacific), Latin America (Brazil and Rest of Latin America), and Rest of World

    Market Segmentation & Classification

  • Product Segments:
    • SPECT Systems, and PET Scanners

MAJOR PLAYERS

  • Digirad Corp.
  • GE Healthcare Plc
  • Mediso Medical Imaging Systems
  • Philips Healthcare
  • Positron Corporation
  • Siemens Healthineers

KEY RESEARCH DELIVERABLES

  • Review of Industry/Market Structure
  • Analysis of Trends & Drivers
  • Insights on Macro Market Scenarios
  • Market SWOT Analysis
  • Latent Demand Forecasts & Projections
  • Comprehensive Geographic Market Analysis
  • Presentation Ready Facts & Statistical Data Findings
  • Coverage of Major/Niche Players, Market Shares & Competition
  • Coverage of major Company/Technology/Product/Financial Stories
  • Extensive Product/Service/End-Use/Technology Coverage Where Applicable

INFOGRAPHICS ON NUCLEAR MEDICINE IMAGING EQUIPMENT

1. http://talknuclear.ca/2014/12/cancer-and-nuclear-medicine/