Robotics

Medtronic, Intuitive Surgical Lead Japan Surgical Navigation and Robotics Systems Market Driven by Changes in Regulatory Policy

The Japanese market for surgical navigation and robotics systems is projected to reach nearly $550 million by 2023 as a result of expansion of the competitive market.

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Surgical Robotics: A Snapshot Of The Current Global Market

This higher cost of robotic surgery systems compared to non-robotic systems will limit adoption due to budgetary constraints. But, as robotic systems become more broadly adopted, hospitals will choose between different systems — with varying procedural focuses — to get the most bang for their proverbial buck.

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The Emerging Surgical Navigation Market is set to Continue to Demonstrate Double Digit Annual Growth in India

As a result of increasing adoption in the region, the surgical navigation market has been demonstrating double digit growth in recent years and is set to nearly triple in size by 2023.

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New Competitors and Acquisitions by Market Leaders: Medtronic, Intuitive Surgical Expand European Robotics and Surgical Navigation Systems Industry

The combined Europe market for surgical navigation systems is projected to reach a value of over €130 million over the forecast period; surgical robotics is a new and emerging market with a higher ASP resulting in a projected total market value of nearly €5 billion by 2023.

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Global Market Trends in Surgical Navigation

Innovation in pricing and partnerships is driving growth in the image-guided surgery segment. While navigation has become the standard of care in neurosurgery, the industry has seen obstacles to adopting the technology for other procedural areas.

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Medtronic, Intuitive Surgical Lead US Surgical Navigation and Robotics Systems Market Driven by Replacement Sales

The U.S. market for surgical navigation and robotics systems is projected to reach nearly $5 billion by 2023 as a result of higher average selling prices for surgical robotics systems.

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Zimmer Biomet Acquires French Robot-Assisted Surgery Firm Medtech for $132 Million

Zimmer Biomet Holdings, Inc. has acquired Medtech, a surgical robot company headquartered in Montpellier, France. Medtech’s product portfolio includes two innovative robots for minimally invasive brain and spine procedures. Both products are FDA approved and CE marked.

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Developing A Surgical Robotics Systems That Doctors Really Want — And Hospitals Can Afford

TransEnterix is a medical device company working on surgical robotics and flexible instruments to improve minimally invasive surgery. Here is an excerpt of the interview conducted by Med Device Online.

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Google and Johnson & Johnson / Ethicon Partners to Create Surgical Robotics

Johnson & Johnson has partnered with Google in order to create a new robotic-assisted surgical platform. These types of robotics are aimed to improve minimally invasive procedures, like heart, eye, or prostate surgery, by giving surgeons high levels of precise control and greater access to the patient.

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Medtronic, Brainlab and Stryker Lead the U.S. Surgical Navigation Market Value to Over $200 Million by 2020

Medtronic, Brainlab and Stryker Lead the U.S. Surgical Navigation Market Value to Over $200 Million by 2020

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