Commercialization spotted as a factor boosting the abdominal surgical robot market

Medical - Mohit Shah - Jun 23,2017

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commercialization spotted as a factor boosting the abdominal surgical robot market

As per analytics, the worldwide market for abdominal surgical robots is expected to acquire a valuation of $2.9 billion by the end of 2017.

It has been noted that the worldwide abdominal surgical robot market is expected to achieve significant growth as robots are replacing open surgery in the treatment of abdominal disease conditions. With the improvement in the visualization of the surgical site, surgeons are gaining better awareness into the surgical site. These robots permit accurate and steadier cutting which is known to be the foremost possible with open surgery.

As per a recent report published by Market Research Hub (MRH), the world market for abdominal surgical robots would acquire a value of $2.9 billion in 2017. At this pace, the robotic surgery equipment industry revenue is likely to increase to $12.9 billion by 2022. 

Presently, the concerned market is gaining significant push due to treatment via robotic approach in abdominal surgery for benign and malignant gynecologic conditions. Moreover, active efforts for the treatment of urologic and abdominal disease conditions are increasing the use of robotic surgery.

Robotic-assisted surgery is steadily replacing surgeons in the existing open surgery setup. This is because young surgeons have steady hands, and at times even the greatest surgeons have off days. As this happens, the benefits of robots are evident since the hand is steady every time due to the mechanical operation.

Presently, the most advanced robotic technology across the globe was developed by Intuitive Surgical, Inc., located in Sunnyvale, CA. This robotic technology is called the Da Vinci robot. Some of the other prominent market participants include names like AdEchoTech / T-MedRobotics, Chinese Surgical Robots, Freehand, Cambridge Medical Robotics, OMNI, Smith & Nephew and THINK Surgical.


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