|Status : Published||Published On : Jun, 2021||Report Code : VRHC1250||Industry : Healthcare||Available Format :||Page : 180|
The global hybrid operating room size is anticipated to rise significantly and will reach USD1.98 billion by 2027, growing at a CAGR of 10.9% during the forecast period 2021-2027. A hybrid operating room is a surgical space that is equipped with medical imaging devices such as fixed C-Arms, CT scanners, or MRI scanners. Hybrid Operating Room (OR) Market is on the rise due to the increasing number of surgeries, rising demand for non-invasive methods of surgery, technological development in hybrid operating room (OR) equipment such as robot-assisted surgeries, and rise in the geriatric population. Moreover, hybrid operating rooms (OR) allow patients to get treatment within the same facility for procedures with complexities. The advantage of hybrid ORs are ease of conducting minimal invasive surgeries, saves patients time from multiple surgeries, lower administrative cost and reduces recovery time. It is used in neurosurgeries, cardiovascular surgeries, orthopedic surgeries, and thoracic surgeries. Nevertheless, it is suitable for other treatments such as laparoscopic surgery, biopsy, and trauma surge.
The COVID-19 outburst has made enormous changes in managing patient care and medical procedures in the healthcare field. The covid pandemic has given rise to unusual situations for frontline workers and healthcare workers across the world and is opening new challenges in the operating room (OR) management market. The healthcare workers are working at a fast pace to contain the pandemic and to provide emergency procedures to the patients having coronavirus. Because of the deadly nature of SARS-CoV-2, there is a need to have safety protocols in the OR management market. The increasing demand for new technologies such as robotic platforms, comprehensive control systems will help healthcare staff and surgeons to fight against the infection will provide avenues in the operating room (OR) market.
Insight by Component
Based on component, the hybrid operating room market is categorized into intraoperative diagnostic systems (angiography systems, MRI systems, CT scanners, and others), operating room fixtures (operating tables, operating room lights, surgical booms, and radiation shields), surgical instruments, audio display systems and tools, and others. The intraoperative diagnostic system segment held the largest share and is expected to have a major share of the market in the future as well. This is attributed to factors such as substantial installation cost associated with diagnostic imaging products, magnetic resonance imaging, and 3D ultrasound, usage in minimally invasive surgeries, guidance to surgeons and anesthesiologists, and installation of hybrid ORs in countries.
Insight by Application
Based on application, the global hybrid operating room market is segmented into cardiovascular, neurosurgical, thoracic, orthopedic, and others. Cardiovascular surgery has the largest market share in the global hybrid operating room market due to the increase in preference of hybrid operating room by heart surgeons during target surgical procedures, increasing incidences of cardiovascular diseases, rise in adoption of endovascular procedures during cardiovascular surgeries, the surge in demand for minimally invasive surgeries, and increase in several patients suffering from obesity. The thoracic segment is anticipated to have the fastest CAGR because of the increase in the number of thoracic surgeries and awareness among medical professionals towards the cost and therapeutic efficacy offered by hybrid ORs will propel the growth of the market.
Insight by End-User
Based on end-users, the hybrid operating room market is divided into hospitals and surgical centers, and ambulatory surgical centers. The hospitals and surgical centers segment are expected to have the largest share due to the increasing number of diagnostic and surgical procedures performed in the hospitals and the increased emphasis on timely and effective disease management of the patients.
The industry is anticipated to have a high growth because of the favorable government norms and policies, increasing adoption of minimally invasive surgeries, huge investment in R&D, and development of innovative technologies which will improve healthcare systems for patients.
An increase in the number of surgical procedures, technological development in robot-assisted surgeries, rise in patient preference for minimally invasive surgeries, patient preference for affordable and effective surgical treatments, and increase in regulatory approvals are the drivers for the growth of the hybrid operating room market.
The procedural risks associated with hybrid operating rooms, high operational cost, and complexity of deployment may affect the market of hybrid operating rooms globally. Moreover, the lack of skilled surgeons can also challenge the growth of the hybrid operating room market.
The increase in the adoption of robot-assisted surgeries acts as a value-generation proposition for high-quality surgical outcomes and the growth in emerging economies will offer significant growth opportunities for the hybrid operating room market in the forecast period of 2021 to 2027. In addition, massive investment for research and development in healthcare and strong economic conditions are lucrative opportunities for the growth of the hybrid OR market.
Geographically, North America holds the largest market share due to its technologically advanced operating room equipment, rising number of hospitals and ambulatory surgery centers in the U.S., and rise in old age population. Europe has the second largest market share owing to its investments in R&D and the rising number of surgical outcomes. APAC is going to have a significant CAGR due to its improvement in healthcare infrastructure, an increasing number of hospitals equipped with advance medical facilities, development in R&D, improvement in healthcare reforms, technological development in a hybrid operating room setting. The rise of medical tourism and the inflow of foreign visitors can be a plus for the global hybrid operating room market.
The companies in the hybrid operating room market are engaging in partnerships and collaborations in order to increase their share in the market. Also, there are strategic alliances among multinational players and regional and small-scale OEMS to sustain their position in the hybrid operating room market
In December 2020, GE Healthcare introduced a new version of its robotic-driven angiography system for image-guided therapy, the Allia IGS 7 angiography system. Upon entry to the interventional or hybrid operating room, with just one click on the personalized interfaces, the users can access their essential functions to make it their room. In addition, with the redesigned C-arm making the controls more accessible, the assistant will enable an optimized ergonomic setup for the user’s clinical needs, even in complex working positions at the head, neck, or left side.GE's AutoRight technology uses intelligent image chain features on GE's interventional X-ray systems, from image acquisition to image processing and display.
Some of the leading players operating in the global hybrid operating room market GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY, Getinge AB, Alvo, Mizuho Corporation., NDS Surgical Imaging, TRUMPF, Siemens Healthcare GmbH, IMRIS, Skytron, LLC, and STERIS.
Source: VynZ Research
Source: VynZ Research