An integrated operating room (OR) system simplifies numerous operating room protocols by consolidating data & controls in a central command station. It enables the surgical staff to perform a bulk of their tasks efficiently, without the need to move around an operating room. Modern integrated ORs are equipped with a wide range of surgical equipment along with medical printers, insufflation devices, large screen displays, equipment management systems, surgical microscopes, surgical lights, cameras, and air management devices. The system also connects the operating room environment such as patient information system, audio & video, operating tables, surgical lights, and building automation. When all these technologies are integrated, several equipment are controlled by a single operator that may be a nurse or physician.
According to study, “Asia-Pacific Integrated Operating Room Systems Market Research Report, by Device (Operating Tables type, Operating Room Lights), Surgical Application (Therapeutics and Diagnostics Imaging), Type (Procedure Scheduling System) - Global Forecast Till 2023” the key companies operating in the Asia-Pacific integrated operating room systems market are Danaher Corporation (Leica Microsystems GmbH), Barco, Johnson & Johnson Services Inc., Olympus Corporation of the Americas (Image Stream Medical, Inc.), GE Healthcare, Cook Medical, Skytron, LLC, Olympus Corporation, Alvo Medical, Getinge AB, Caresyntax, Brainlab AG, Stryker Corporation, Canon Inc., Steris PLC., SONY Corporation, Arthrex, Inc.
Based on type, integrated operating room systems market is segmented into operating room & procedure scheduling system, instrument tracking system, recording & documentation system, operating room inventory management system, audio & video management system and anesthesia information management. Based on device type, market is segmented into operating table types, intraoperative diagnostic devices, operating room lights and operating room communication systems. Based on surgical application, market is segmented into diagnostics imaging application and therapeutics application. The diagnostic segment includes various procedures for instance fluoroscopy. Therapeutic applications include neurosurgeries, cardiovascular surgeries, pediatric surgeries, and orthopedic surgeries. In addition, based on end-user, market is segmented into ambulatory surgery centers & clinics, hospitals and others.
The integrated operating room systems market is driven by surge in patient preference for minimally invasive surgeries, followed by growth in number of surgical procedures, redevelopment projects & funding for improving or infrastructure, benefits of minimum congestion & streamlined flow of information, rise in TAVI procedures to integrated environments, favorable reimbursement policies, rise in availability of advanced technologies & health care infrastructure, growth in speech control solutions and patient safety concern on operating room. However, risks factors associated with surgeries and high costs of surgeries & hospitalization may impact the market. Moreover, rise of medical tourism in India is a key opportunity for market.
Based on region, Asia-Pacific integrated operating room systems market is segmented into India, Malaysia, Singapore, Australia, Taiwan, Thailand, Indonesia, Hong Kong, and the Rest of Asia-Pacific. India country holds major share in market owing to huge investments made by public & private hospitals for the adoption of innovative solutions within operating room in the country. India is expected to be the fastest-growing market at a CAGR of 12.65% from 2018 to 2023. The rest of Asian-Pacific regions projected to witness higher growth rate due to rise in geriatric population escalating surgical needs over the forecast period. The market in the rest of Asia-Pacific is anticipated to be the largest at an estimated value of US $63.1 million by 2023.
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