The Europe Market Report for Ophthalmic Ultrasound Systems 2017 – MedCore Report has been published. It provides updated in 2018 year analysis of industries from Healthcare, Medical Devices, Medical Imaging, Ultrasound Markets.
General Report Contents:
– Market Analyses include: Unit Sales, ASPs, Market Value & Growth Trends
– Market Drivers & Limiters for each chapter segment
– Competitive Analysis for each chapter segment
– Section on recent mergers & acquisitions
The growth of the ophthalmic ultrasound market will be driven by the increasing prevalence of age-related ocular conditions, such as glaucoma and cataracts. In addition, as the economy recovers, elective procedures such as refractive surgeries may become more commonplace, placing additional demand on ophthalmic ultrasound systems. In Europe, ultrasound procedures are generally reimbursed, making these machines a good investment for eye care practices.
A/B-Scan ultrasound systems held the largest share of the market. In addition to being the largest segment, A/B-scans are also the fastest growing segment. A/B-Scan ultrasound units are a large part of the ophthalmic ultrasound market because they are appealing to eye care practitioners who want to purchase ophthalmic ultrasound units, but do not have enough space to house both an A-Scan and B-Scan unit. In addition, purchasing a single A/B-Scan ultrasound is a more cost-effective strategy than buying each unit separately.
Due to limited office space in many eye care offices, combined A-Scan and B-Scan devices are attractive options. Additionally, pachymeters are often combined with keratometers and tonometers. Although the total number of ophthalmic ultrasound units will decline as A/B-scan combined units become more popular, the effect on the total market will be minimal because these machines have high ASPs.
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