New York City, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 04/21/2017 -- Intraoperative care is a time period during operation in which patient is monitored, prepped, anesthetized and surgery is performed. Navigation system is the integral part of the surgery which enable surgeons with anatomical localization by means of imaging and computer technology along with accurate execution of surgical intervention with patient's safety & comfort. Surgical navigation system helps in performing minimally invasive procedure by tracking the position of surgical device. It also considered as most reliable technology that render complications and risks during surgery and optimize the functioning of operation rooms.
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With increase in number of surgical procedures the demand for intraoperative navigation technology will also rise, which transform surgical procedures more precise and enhance economic value. 3D application simplifies the processing, image viewing and altering for navigation of surgical instrument and helps in improving favorable outcomes. Patients suffering from asymmetric deformities need 3D approach surgical navigation system. 3D navigation system helps in guiding neurosurgery procedures such as tumor resection, CSF management, biopsy and deep brain stimulation. The benefits of 3D navigation system are assimilate CT scans directly in the operation room & minimizing interruption, less chances of errors, actual placement can be compared directly with pre-operative target plan.
Intra-operative 3D navigation system market are witnessing robust growth owing to technology improvement, better alignment, favorable patient outcome in surgery, accurate result, better visualization helps surgeons in real-time information of patient's condition during surgery and aid in taking surgical decisions. Moreover, it also helps surgeons to perform more accurate procedure, less cumbersome, reduce complications and risk. However, deformities with device, decline in durability of systems over time, deformation of soft tissue with device, high cost of system, lack of reimbursement facility and chances of error with critical components of 3D navigation system impede the growth of intra-operative 3D navigation system market.
The 3D navigation system has to perform the seamless fusion of medical imaging anatomy with real time tracking to improve patient outcomes. The demand for 3D navigation system in intra-operative care is rising due to increase in the complicated surgeries that need to be performed by surgeons even though ensuring the time duration, for that the navigation system helps them to perform more precise procedure. It also, help surgeons to make data which drive them to take decisions during surgery by integrating most advanced technologies and if the system is used at a broader scale it will be cost effect for hospitals. The intra-operative 3D navigation system has an advanced visualization technology enable for 2D, 3D viewing.
Depending on geographic region, intra-operative 3D navigation system market is segmented into five key regions: North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia Pacific and Middle East & Africa. North America held the largest revenue share in intra-operative 3D navigation system market followed by Europe and Asia Pacific owing to established healthcare infrastructure, technological advancements and majority of surgeries performed in these regions. The developing nations in Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa hold huge potential for growth in the Intra-operative 3D navigation system market due to increase in the demand for less invasive procedures, accessibility and medical tourism in these regions.
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Some of the key participating global players in intra-operative 3D navigation system market are Medtronic, DOTmed.com Inc., Brainlab AG, FIAGON GMBH, Zimmer Inc., Siemens Healthcare GmbH, Stryker, XION GmbH and B. Braun Melsungen AG