Robot-Assisted Surgical Devices (RASD) Global Growth Opportunities, 2021
The analyst estimates that the aging of the population and the retirements that accompany it will lead to a major shortage of doctors of 55,000 to 150,000 by 2030, creating a vacuum in the health system. Expanding the role of autonomous robots can alleviate the shortage.
New York, April 08, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reportlinker.com announces the publication of the report “Global Robot-assisted Surgical Devices (RASD) Growth Opportunities, 2021” – https://www.reportlinker.com/p06251560/?utm_source =GNW
The healthcare sector is expected to grow rapidly with the decentralization of institutions bringing more deals with robotic surgeries. Influenced by the increasing incidence of lifestyle-related diseases and the demand for affordable health care, efficient surgery with robotic devices with a favorable decline in treatment costs looks promising. The adoption of robotic technology has enhanced the capabilities of surgeons with better ergonomics, motion scaling and tremor filtration, meeting their demands. The need for experience before robotic surgery remains debatable. However, the transition from a laparoscopic surgeon to a robotic surgeon is associated with a shorter learning period. Therefore, several medical academic and research institutes in the United States and Europe are now offering robotic surgery training programs to ensure that more surgeons have expertise and skills with a shorter learning curve. surgical interventions guided by robotic systems for years to come. Hospital finances appear to be significantly healthier than they were after the economic downturn following the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. The analyst predicts leasing will increase as a percentage of sales over time, with deferred revenue increasing in the future as customers access capital through alternative financing arrangements. till 2026, covering detailed analysis of market segments including various promising and emerging business models. We offer forecasts by product (SADR systems, instruments and accessories, SADR services) and by region [(North America (NA), Europe, and Asia-Pacific (APAC)]. The study analyzes emerging opportunities and technology trends in surgical robot devices and procedures, focusing exclusively on technologies enabling different market segments. Frost & Sullivan also details innovations in different segments, initiatives to enhance the overall adoption of surgical robotics technologies, and trends driving and hindering the market growth.
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