Transparency Market Research Report Added "Computed Radiography (CR) Equipment Market" to its database.
Albany, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/15/2016 -- A report from Transparency Market Research, titled 'Computed Radiography (CR) Equipment Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast, 2013 - 2019,' states that the global computed radiography (CR) equipment market is expected to expand at a rapid pace in the period from 2013 to 2019 due to the rapid emergence of new digital imaging modalities.
Computed radiography (CR), an imaging technique, uses electromagnetic radiations such as x-rays to produce a 3D representation of scanned objects, externally or internally. Computed radiography (CR) is a computer-aided technology that uses irradiation process to produce a three-dimensional visual of scanned objects. CR is primarily used for industrial purposes and in medical facilities. Computed radiography equipment comprises an imaging plate made up of photostimulable phosphor. The plate is placed under human body parts and is exposed to electromagnetic irradiation to capture the visuals. The digital image can be easily adjusted in terms of its brightness, contrast, zoom, and filtration by using various software applications.
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Advancements in medical devices and technological improvements in computed radiography devices have resulted in the growth of the global computed radiography (CR) equipment market in the recent past. The global computed radiography (CR) equipment market is expected to expand at a rapid pace due to the introduction of new CR equipment by leading players across the world.
Jones X-Ray, Inc. offers Vita LE CR system, which is comparatively light in weight and is designed especially to be used in relatively small spaces. Konica Minolta, Inc. offers a wide range of computed radiography devices such as REGUS MODEL 210, REGUS MODEL 370, and REGUS MODEL 190. Recently, Phillips Healthcare introduced their new CR equipment, PCR Eleva CosimaX. The continued introduction of new CR devices by the leading players is predicted to increase their acceptance in the years to come. CR reduces the time required for optimizing the quality of images, which also helps increase the acceptance of CR devices.
Based on geography, the global computed radiography (CR) equipment market is divided into Asia Pacific, North America, Europe, and Rest of the World. Currently, North America dominates the global computed radiography (CR) equipment market because of the growing adoption of highly advanced computed radiography devices. Most of the leading players have a strong presence in North America, which is expected to propel the North America computed radiography (CR) equipment market in the years to come. Europe is predicted to be the second largest market for CR devices. The increasing use of computed radiography devices by medical facilities is predicted to propel the Europe CR equipment market.
Some of the prominent companies in the global computed radiography (CR) equipment market are Siemens Healthcare, Konica Minolta, Inc., EuroTeck Systems Ltd., All Star X-ray, Inc., Desert Health Imaging Technologies, LLC, Jones X-Ray, Inc., GE Healthcare, Multi Imager Service, Inc., Fujifilm Corporation, and Phillips Healthcare. Mergers and acquisitions are expected to assist the leading players in maintaining their dominant position in the coming few years.
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