Rapid technological advances in medical sector are paving way for number of surgeries, rising the demand for high precision surgical imaging. The surgical imaging provides high quality access to patient’s anatomy while performing surgeries. This results in minimal invasiveness, owing to the expansion of the global Surgical Imaging Market.
New Surgical Imaging Product Launch to Bolster Demand
Early this year, Sony Electronics’ Healthcare Solutions launched its recent product innovation in surgical imaging technology. The product is focused at providing enhanced surgical experience and knowledge sharing. Sony’s content management system in surgical imaging will provide one of its kind surgical videos and stills that can be accessed from computers and iPads. It allows searching, editing, and storage of images; this new technology is expected to drive the global surgical imaging market towards expansion in future.
The Next Generation O- Arm Surgical Imaging to Surge Market
The O-arm surgical imaging is gaining momentum in the spine surgeries being performed across the world. The spine surgeons consider it because of the high quality imaging that it offers, user friendliness, and accuracy. Not just spine it is proving to be a boon for orthopedic, ENT, and cranial surgeries. Apart from high quality images of patient’s anatomy, it also provides the three dimensional view of the patient’s anatomy. Moreover, it creates a sterile surrounding around the patient and easily mobile during the surgical procedure.
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The O- arm imaging remembers the best view of the patient and stores it through programming memory. The cilinicians can recall the image just at the touch of a button.
When the imaging is not needed during the surgery, the robotic O arm moves to the predefined position for parking itself. This allows the surgeon to access the patient without disturbance, yet in a sterile condition.
Such a novel innovations and development in the medical field is projected to surge the global surgical imaging market in the next few years.