The US surgical navigation system market will show slow growth over the
forecast period as rising use in minimally invasive surgery outweighs the
ongoing uncertainty regarding the clinical benefits of the technology.
This Medtech 360 Report provides comprehensive data and analysis on the
current state of the market for surgical navigation systems in the US across a
Questions Answered in This Report:
- Despite the fact that surgical navigation systems have been available
for more than a decade, the proportion of surgical procedures performed using
navigation remains low.
- How does the usage of navigation in surgical procedures differ between
neurosurgery, spine, and orthopedic procedures
- What factors will affect adoption of surgical navigation moving forward
- The surgical navigation market is dominated by only a select few
players in the US.
- What competitive strategies have helped these companies maintain their
stronghold on this market
- How can smaller players or new entrants to the market position
themselves in order to have the best chance to succeed
- A number of technological factors-such as the use of intraoperative
imaging or EM tracking-will spur growth in various segments of the market.
- To what degree will these factors impact the growth in procedural
volumes, and what are the related competitive implications
- What is the perception of this technology among surgeons and what do
they factor into their decisions when considering adoption
Geographies Covered: US.
Market Forecast Features: Based on primary research with industry
professionals, Millennium Research Group uses its proprietary forecasting
model to provide an in-depth examination of current and future trends in
procedure volumes, installed base, unit sales, ASPs, and market values over a
10-year period (2013-2023).
Competitive Analysis: Millennium Research Group provides a detailed
analysis of the competitive landscape and market shares for leading