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Medical Imaging Industry Analysis 2016 and 2019 Forecasts

Thursday, September 22, 2016 6:04
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The purpose of this TriMark Publications report is to describe the specific market segment of the diagnostics market sector called medical imaging. Medical imaging can be categorized into nine main modalities: X-ray, ultrasound, computed tomography (CT), positron emission tomography (PET), single photon emission tomography (SPECT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), nuclear medicine (NM), mammography and fluoroscopy. Globally, X-ray is the most frequently used imaging procedure with about 108 million X-ray exams per year. MRI is second with 26 million examinations per year. PET, SPECT, CT and nuclear medicine rank third with 30 million examinations per year. Picture archiving and communication systems (PACS) and contrast agents are the sub-segments in medical imaging market that have gained significant growth in recent years. As a result of these medical imaging advancements, the multi-slice systems are generating large volumes of data, and this creates demand for data storage, 3-D visualization and analysis. As such, the global medical imaging industry is primed to experience significant growth through the next decade. This report surveys almost all of the companies known to be marketing, manufacturing or developing medical imaging equipment and supplies in the world. Each company is discussed in extensive depth with a section on its history, product line, business and marketing analysis, and a subjective commentary of the company’s market position. Detailed tables and charts with sales forecasts and marketshare data are also included.

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List of Tables

Table 2.1: Throughput of CR Systems on the Market 25

Table 2.2: Features of Select DR Systems 27

Table 2.3: Dimensions (inches) of Select C-Arms 35

Table 2.4: Comparison of Generator Power (kW @ 100 kVp) in C-Arm Systems 39

Table 2.5: Image Intensifier Sizes in C-Arm Systems 39

Table 2.6: Image Display (inches) and Touchscreen Capability in C-Arm Systems 40

Table 2.7: Depth of C in C-Arm Systems 40

Table 2.8: Orbital Rotation (degrees) in C-Arm Systems 41

Table 2.9: Pulsed Fluoro Rates (PPS) in C-Arms Systems 41

Table 2.10: Detector Technologies Used in Digital Mammography Systems 43

Table 2.11: Comparision of Select Digital Mammography Systems 44

Table 2.12: Comparison of FDA-approved Digital Breast Tomography Systems 45

Table 2.13: Features of Select CT Scanners 53

Table 2.14: Technical Specifications for Select MRI Systems 58

Table 2.15: Technical Specifications for Select MRI Systems 58

Table 2.16: Patient Comfort Specifications for Select Wide Bore MRI Systems 59

Table 2.17: Radionuclides Used in SPECT Imaging 66

Table 3.1: Estimates for the Leading Sites of New Cancer Cases in the U.S. by Gender, 2016 77

Table 3.2: Estimates for the Leading Sites of Cancer Deaths in the U.S. by Gender, 2016 77

Table 3.3: Deaths Attributable to Neurological Disorders as Percentage of Total Deaths 81

Table 4.1: Global Medical Imaging Market, 2015-2021 85

Table 4.2: Global Ultrasound Market, 2015-2021 86

Table 4.3: Global MRI Market, 2015-2021 87

Table 4.4: Global CT Market, 2015-2021 87

Table 4.5: Global X-ray Market, 2015-2021 88

Table 4.6: Global Nuclear Imaging (PET, PET/CT, SPECT, SPECT/CT) Market, 2015-2021 88

Table 4.7: Mammography and Breast Imaging Market, 2015-2021 89

Table A.1.1: Ionizing and Non-Ionizing Sources of Radiation 332

Table A.1.2: The Contribution of the Common Sources of Radiation 337

Table A.1.3: Radiation Dose for Various Imaging Procedures Compared to Background Radiation 338

Table A.1.4: Dose Limits Recommended for Planned Exposure Situations 338

Table A.1.5: Radiation Induced Malformations from Fetal Exposures 340

Table A.1.6: Estimates of Fetal Radiation Doses from Common Imaging Diagnostic Procedures 340

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List of Figures

Figure 2.1: Components of a Projection Radiography System 22

Figure 2.2: The U.S. Market Share of Mobile C-Arm Systems by Manufacturer, 2015 37

Figure 2.3: Annual Incidence of Osteoporotic Fracture vs. Other Diseases in U.S. Females 46

Figure 2.4: Schematic Diagram of a CT Detector Array with Multiple Detector Banks along Z-Axis 52

Figure 2.5: Siemens’ Somatom Definition Dual X-Ray Source CT Scanner 54

Figure 2.6: Sources for Mo-99 (for Tc-99m) 73

Figure 3.1: Deaths Due to Cardiovascular Diseases in European Men 80

Figure 3.2: Deaths Due to Cardiovascular Diseases in European Women 80

Figure 4.1: Global Medical Imaging Market, 2015-2021 85

Figure 4.2: Medical Imaging Market Share by Geography, 2015 86

Figure 4.3: Medical Imaging Market by Modality, 2015 89

Figure 4.4: Exam Mix by Modality and Percentage of Total in Hospitals 92

Figure 4.5: Exam Mix by Modality and Percentage of Total in Outpatient Imaging Centers 92

Figure 4.6: Medicare Spending for Imaging Services under the Physician Fee Schedule by Type of Service 93

Figure 4.7: Comparison of Diagnostic Imaging Markets in Europe by Country, 2012-2019 99

Figure 4.8: Breakdown of Diagnostic Imaging Procedures Involving Ionizing Radiation in Australia 102

Figure 4.9: Increasing Share of Mobile X-ray Systems in the Global X-Ray Market, 2012-2019 104

Figure 4.10: The Average Age of CT Systems 107

Figure 4.11: Deployed MRI Systems by Field Strength in the U.S. 108

Figure 4.12: Breakdown of Clinical Specialties in the Ultrasound Market 110

Figure 5.1: Relative Use of CT, MRI, Ultrasound, PET and SPECT, 2008-2025 115

Figure 5.2: Relative Use of PET/CT, PET/MR, SPECT/CT and SPECT/MRI, 2008-2025 115

Figure 5.3: Share of the Number of Scans According to Base Modalities, 2008-2025 116

Figure 5.4: Breakdown of the Shares of SPECT Modalities 116

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