Owing to a significant increase in geriatric population prone to chronic and orthopedic ailments, the global ultrasound scanner market has been progressing at a commendable pace in the recent years. Moreover, the growing inclination of healthcare institutions toward utilizing multiuse, portable, and versatile ultrasound systems has compelled prominent ultrasound scanner market players to develop technologically advanced medical imaging devices. Concurrently, it would be prudent to take note of the fact that massive efforts being undertaken by industry giants have heightened the pace of improvement in the existing technologies. This has, in turn, resulted in diagnostic ultrasound industry being swamped with more convenient and viable products.
Hitachi Medical Systems Europe for instance, has recently unveiled a new 2D/4D cardiovascular ultrasound device which is said to have added a new dimension to cardiovascular assessments. The latest system, named as LISENDO 880, guarantees steadfast cardiac hemodynamic assessments which have, of late, acquired immense significance in the overall ultrasound scanner market. Elaborating further, the premium imaging device offers a unique analysis package coupled with pioneering transducer technology. Moreover, the system has been equipped with image optimization parameters such as Pure Symphonic Architecture and eFocusing which produces highest-quality sound and captures the slightest of changes in images.
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Apparently, the launch of such state-of-the-art devices is bound to encourage other ultrasound scanner industry participants to release improved products related to cardiovascular imaging. Interestingly, it is quite prudent to mention that cardiovascular imaging application apportioned a substantial share of the total remuneration portfolio of diagnostic ultrasound market which stood at USD 5 billion in 2016, as per reliable estimates.
Furthermore, ultrasound systems have increasingly found crucial and wide-ranging applications across various healthcare domains in lowering maternal and fetal mortality along with detecting complex musculoskeletal and abdominal disorders. Apparently, numerous ultrasound scanner industry players have been deploying extensive efforts to develop progressive imaging devices to cater large medical establishments. For instance, Samsung Medison has recently launched a superior ultrasonic machine, christened as RS85, which comes with enhanced functionality that primarily aims to serve huge healthcare organizations. In order to identify lesions in microvascular tissues via blood flow, the latest system is equipped with MV-Flow technology. Furthermore, the system has S-Shearwave Imaging that uses transverse elasticity to gauge the elasticity of human tissues, something which traditional Doppler ultrasound technique could not achieve.
Additionally, the rising predisposition of ultrasound scanner industry players to unveil automated imaging analysis tools in partnership with medical imaging software companies is anticipated to propel the overall business space in the immediate future. Mentioning an instance of the same, one of the chief ultrasound scanner market participants GE Healthcare has signed an agreement with DiA Imaging Analysis to deploy machine learning algorithms to enhance automated imaging analysis technology. Reportedly, the technology would provide accurate analysis of ultrasound readings and real-time imaging that would ensure better patient care.
Apparently, the aforementioned factors are likely to establish the global ultrasound scanner market as one of the most lucrative business verticals of the healthcare and medical devices industry. In fact, as per a report put together by Global Market Insights, Inc., the overall diagnostic ultrasound industry share is forecast to exceed USD 7 billion by 2024.