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Surgical Navigation Systems: Technologies and Global Markets

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Surgical Navigation Systems: Technologies and Global Markets

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This study provides a current review of the surgical navigation systems market and offers an in-depth coverage of the competitive landscape. BCC Research determines the current market size, defines trends and presents forecasts of revenue growth over the next five years through 2018.

Use this report to:
- Understand more about the overall clinical specialties and surgery types currently using navigation systems.
- Learn about the current state of the various product segments of navigation systems across geographies and predict their future trends.
- Estimate the current revenue size and future forecasts for the various product categories and geographical segments for the surgical navigation systems market.
- Understand the opportunities and risks for doing business in each country/region.

Highlights
- The global surgical navigation systems market reached $385.5 million in 2012. This market is expected to grow to $419.7 million in 2013 and $631.9 million in 2018, a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 8.5% from 2013 to 2018.
- The neurosurgical systems market reached $126.9 million in 2012. This market is expected to grow to $135.8 million in 2013 and $193.4 million in 2018, a CAGR of 7.3% from 2013 to 2018.
- The orthopedic systems market reached $120.5 million in 2012. This market is expected to grow to $132.1 million in 2013 and $201.9 million in 2018, a CAGR of 8.9% from 2013 to 2018.

Introduction & Scope
INTRODUCTION
STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
A growing number of surgeries needing higher clinical confidence and visualization techniques have led to the increased use of surgical navigation systems. Image-guided
surgeries are now commonplace across clinical specialties such as neurosurgeries, spine, orthopedic surgeries as well as ear, nose and throat (ENT) surgeries. This
modality has allowed the seamless fusion of diagnostic imaging equipment such as computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) with real-time
tracking to improve surgical outcomes. While a large majority of the 40 million surgeries conducted each year in the U.S. do not use navigation technologies, the
demand for minimally invasive procedures is changing the dynamics of operating rooms (ORs) across the world. With an enormously large addressable market, surgical
navigation systems are set to penetrate ambulatory surgery centers/day care centers, private clinics apart from large tertiary care hospitals.

The key goal of this report is to provide insights into the commercial and technological aspects of the global surgical navigation systems market.
Specifically, the major objectives of the study are to:
- Understand the overall clinical specialties and surgery types currently using navigation systems.
- Review the technological advances across various segments and product categories of surgical navigation systems.
- Identify the key market dynamics, the major drivers and industry challenges facing the surgical navigation systems market.
- Highlight the current state of the various product segments of navigation systems across geographies and predict their future trends.
- Estimate the current revenue size and future forecasts for the various product categories and geographical segments for the surgical navigation systems market.
- Understand the opportunities and risks for doing business in each country/region.
- Provide a description of the various technology patents filed by various manufacturers and developers of surgical navigation systems.
- Highlight the competitive landscape, the various strategic initiatives taken by the major market participants and their company and product profiles for surgical
navigation systems.

REASONS FOR DOING THIS STUDY
Operating rooms across the world are transforming. Be it the workflow, technologies used, clinical protocols, scheduling or the overall revenue generation strategies,
hospitals are looking to incorporate information technology to optimize the functioning of their ORs. With surgeons being required to perform complicated surgeries while
ensuring optimal time duration, the demand for surgical navigation technologies is on the rise.

One of the primary reasons for doing this study is to understand the overall business opportunities and sales prospects for navigation systems across key emerging and
developed markets. While the economic slowdown impeded the growth of capital-intensive navigation systems in the West, medical tourism has opened up several business avenues in the Southeast Asian markets. The growing impetus to upgrade ORs in order to attract a higher proportion of medical tourists is driving volume sales in the emerging markets.

Whereas surgeons performing neurosurgery and orthopedic procedures were the early adopters of this technology, navigation systems are now being increasingly used for
ENT procedures as well. Otolaryngologists are looking to differentiate between bony structures and soft tissues and to navigate through complex sinus passages using
surgical navigation systems. Being a large unaddressed market, manufacturers are looking at various strategies of penetration, including innovative pricing and financing
models, portability and other modes of creating awareness. On the other hand, spine surgeries have been moderately impacted by the lack of adequate clinical studies
establishing the health economic outcomes of using navigation systems. One of the other key objectives of this study is to review the current products and map the
upcoming technologies and patents that may shape the future of the surgical navigation systems market.

An equally important reason to perform this study is to understand the competitive landscape of the surgical navigation systems market. While the top competitors such
as Medtronic, Brainlab and Stryker have been the mainstays, certain product segments are being characterized by the influx of niche regional market participants. The report
further looks into the competitive landscape focusing on the key market participants, their major strategic initiatives and product profiles. This information can assist companies to find growth opportunities across various product categories and geographical segments for surgical navigation systems.

INTENDED AUDIENCE
The study will be of primary interest to companies that:
- Manufacture surgical navigation systems.
- Manufacture application software, accessories and other add-ons for surgical navigation systems.
- Manufacture diagnostic imaging modalities such as CT, MRI and ultrasound for preoperative and intraoperative imaging.
In addition, the research will be of interest to medical research institutions, and the financial and analyst community. This study is mainly directed toward product
managers, executives, directors, operations managers, sales and marketing managers, and strategic planners working for organizations developing medical devices, medical
robotics and surgical navigation systems. Universities and research facilities may find this study to be a good source of technical information regarding surgical navigation
systems and upcoming technologies, which can be used as a baseline for new or expanded R&D activities.

SCOPE OF THE REPORT
This study provides a current review of the surgical navigation systems market and offers an in-depth coverage of the competitive landscape. BCC Research determines
the current market size, defines trends and presents forecasts of revenue growth over the next five years. In this report, BCC Research's market analysis is divided into five parts.

In the first part of this study, an in-depth understanding of image-guided and image-free navigation is provided. A deeper analysis of the key surgeries and procedure types using image guidance is studied. This section also focuses on the various components of surgical navigation systems as well as the various market and technology-based segmentation of product categories.

The second part of the report entails a global market analysis of the key qualitative trends in the surgical navigation systems market. This includes a detailed analysis of the current market drivers and industry challenges. In addition, this section looks into the technology trends and an in-depth analysis of the patents filed by the key market
participants. This section summarizes the overall global market revenues and presents the overall revenue forecasts for the next five years. Projected revenues are reported
with forecast compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) for the period of 2013 through 2018.

In the third section of the report, the overall business opportunities for surgical navigation systems manufacturers are detailed by countries. While covering the key
developed markets (the United States, Canada, Japan, Western Europe, and Australia and New Zealand), the report also presents an in-depth analysis of emerging markets
such as India, China, Brazil and South Korea. For each region, the key business opportunities and risks for surgical navigation systems are presented. In addition,
revenue forecast for each geographical region is also provided in this section.

The fourth section of the report presents an in-depth analysis of the various product segments and the business opportunities in each. This report segments the surgical
navigation market based on the usage and capabilities (defined by hardware and software components) of the respective units for various clinical procedures. The four
market segments covered are neurosurgical, spine, ENT and orthopedic navigation systems. In addition, a revenue forecast for each product category and a qualitative
understanding of the competition are presented in this report.

The fifth part of the report presents the competitive landscape for the surgical navigation systems market. This section provides an in-depth coverage of the market leaders, niche market participants and new entrants to the surgical navigation systems market. The company profile and overall product portfolio for various manufacturers is
presented in this section.

METHODOLOGY AND INFORMATION SOURCES
Primary and secondary research methodologies were employed to understand the overall market dynamics, product segments and clinical applications of technologies
discussed in the report. The technology section of this report is based on information derived from technical literature, professional journals, the author's field experience and online sources.

About 18 manufacturers of surgical navigation systems were analyzed to create the global market analysis. Whereas most of the market participants in the surgical navigation systems market are private organizations, the data for publicly listed firms were obtained by thoroughly analyzing Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) filings, annual reports, websites, industry directories, industry magazines and catalogs, government sources and other public sources. Additional data were obtained from the direct contribution of primary sources, including product managers, marketing managers, service engineers and industry market analysts.

Secondary sources of information include:
- U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Filings.
- U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
- World Intellectual Property Organization.
- Company websites.
- Company annual reports and press releases.
In addition to utilizing the above primary and secondary sources, market growth trends and forecasts were compiled by gaining insights from relevant financial and market
information, relevant BCC reports, and the author's own in-depth and comprehensive analysis of the collected information.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 2
STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES 2
REASONS FOR DOING THIS STUDY 2
INTENDED AUDIENCE 3
SCOPE OF THE REPORT 4
METHODOLOGY AND INFORMATION SOURCES 4
RELATED BCC RESEARCH REPORTS 5
ANALYST'S CREDENTIALS 5
BCC RESEARCH WEBSITE 6
DISCLAIMER 6
CHAPTER 2 SUMMARY 8
SUMMARY TABLE GLOBAL SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS MARKET, THROUGH
2018 ($ MILLIONS) 8
SUMMARY FIGURE GLOBAL SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS MARKET, THROUGH
2018 ($ MILLIONS) 8
CHAPTER 3 UNDERSTANDING IMAGE-GUIDED SURGERY 11
OVERVIEW 11
WORKING PRINCIPLE OF IMAGE-GUIDED SURGERIES 11
IMAGE-FREE SURGICAL NAVIGATION 11
PARTS OF SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEM 12
OVERVIEW: COMPONENTS OF SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEM 12
OVERVIEW: KEY TECHNOLOGIES INVOLVED 12
Imaging Technology 12
Tracking Technology 12
Display Technology 13
Hardware 13
Software 13
UNDERSTANDING SURGERIES REQUIRING IMAGE GUIDANCE 14
ENT SURGERIES AND PROCEDURES 14
Functional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery (FESS) 14
Myringotomy 14
Mastoidectomy 15
Stapedectomy and Stapedotomy 15
Tympanoplasty 16
Types of Tympanoplasty 16
Type I Tympanoplasty 16
Type II Tympanoplasty 16
Type III Tympanoplasty 16
Type IV Tympanoplasty 17
Type V Tympanoplasty 17
Potential Complications 17
Turbinate Reduction 17
Types of Turbinate Surgery 17
Turbinectomy 17
Turbinoplasty 17
Radiofrequency or Laser Ablation 18
Potential Complications 18
Tonsillectomy/Adenoidectomy 18
Surgical Methods 18
Guillotine Method 18
Electrocautery 18
Dissection and Snare Method 19
Radiofrequency Ablation 19
Coblation Tonsillectomy 19
Harmonic Scalpel 19
Thermal Tissue Welding 19
Laser-Assisted Serial Tonsillectomy 19
Microdebrider 19
Plasma-Mediated Ablation 20
NEUROSURGERIES NEEDING IMAGE GUIDANCE 20
Craniotomy 20
Types of Craniotomies 20
Craniectomy 20
Endoscopic Craniotomy 20
"Eyebrow" Craniotomy (Supra-Orbital Craniotomy) 20
"Keyhole" Craniotomy (Retro-Sigmoid Craniotomy) 20
Stereotactic Craniotomy 21
Translabyrinthine Craniotomy 21
Hydrocephalus Shunting 21
Complications of Shunt System 22
SPINE SURGERIES NEEDING IMAGE GUIDANCE 23
Cervical Procedures 23
Thoracolumbar Procedures 23
Potential Complications 23
Image-Guided Spinal Surgery 24
Virtual Fluoroscopy 24
ORTHOPEDIC SURGERIES NEEDING IMAGE GUIDANCE 24
Hip Replacement 24
Complications of the Surgery 24
Image-Guided Hip Replacement 25
Knee Replacements 25
Types of Knee Replacement Surgery 26
Image-Guided Knee Replacement Surgery 26
SOFT TISSUE SURGERIES 27
Abdominal Surgeries 27
Potential Complications 27
Image-Guided Abdominal Surgery 27
Cardiovascular Surgeries 28
Image-Guided Cardiovascular Surgery 28
Transplants and Reconstructive Surgeries 28
Overview of Surgical Navigation in Ophthalmology 29
Image-Guided Transplant and Reconstructive Surgeries 29
SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS: KEY MARKET SEGMENTS 30
ENT NAVIGATION SYSTEMS 30
NEUROSURGERY NAVIGATION SYSTEMS 30
SPINE NAVIGATION SYSTEMS 31
ORTHOPEDIC NAVIGATION SYSTEMS 31
OVERVIEW: SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS ACCESSORIES MARKET 32
SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS: KEY TECHNOLOGY SEGMENTS 33
ACTIVE AND PASSIVE NAVIGATION SYSTEMS 33
Understanding Active Navigation Systems 33
Understanding Passive Navigation Systems 33
IMAGE-GUIDED AND IMAGELESS SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS 34
Understanding Image-Guided Surgical Navigation Systems 34
Understanding Imageless Surgical Navigation Systems 34
CHAPTER 4 GLOBAL MARKET FOR SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS 36
MARKET DYNAMICS 36
KEY DRIVERS 36
Technological Improvements and Awareness of Utility of Navigation
Systems in Soft Tissue Surgeries to Aid Adoption Rates 36
Possibility of Significant Cost Savings Aiding Adoption Rates for
Surgical Navigation Systems 36
Medical Tourism Aiding Volume Sales of Surgical Navigation Systems
in Emerging Markets 36
Ambulatory Surgery Centers to Aid Future Sales of Navigation
Systems 37
Increasing Partnerships between Surgical Navigation and Medical
Imaging Manufacturers to Aid Stronger Portfolio Creation and Sales
Opportunities
37
Improving Western European Economy to Drive Replacement Sales
of Surgical Navigation Systems 37
INDUSTRY CHALLENGES 38
Moderate Global Economic Growth Negatively Impacting Surgical
Navigation Systems Market 38
Lack of Interoperability of Navigation Systems with Surgical
Instruments to Impede Adoption 38
Workflow Related Inefficiencies of Current Surgical Navigation
Products Hampering Utilization Rates 38
Declining Number of Spine Surgeries May Delay New Installations 39
Extensive Onsite Calibration of Surgical Navigation Systems May
Hamper Adoption 39
REVENUE ANALYSIS OF THE GLOBAL SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS
MARKET 39
Market Summary 39
TABLE 1 GLOBAL SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS MARKET, THROUGH 2018 ($
MILLIONS) 40
TABLE 2 GLOBAL SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS MARKET BY PRODUCT
SEGMENT, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 40
TABLE 3 GLOBAL SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS MARKET SHARE DISTRIBUTION
BY PRODUCT SEGMENT, 2013 VS 2018 (%) 41
TABLE 4 GLOBAL SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS MARKET SHARES BY
COUNTRY/REGION, 2013 VS 2018 (%) 41
TECHNOLOGY TRENDS 42
Gradual Increase in Frameless Stereotaxy for Intracranial Procedures 42
7D Surgical Navigation System for Faster Visualization of Sub-Surface
Area in Image-Guided Surgeries 42
Marker-Free Registration for Accurate Integration of CT Images 43
Co-registration of Data from Multiple Sources in Neurosurgical
Navigation System 44
MRI-guided Neurosurgical Navigation and Virtual Reality in Surgical
Navigation Surgeries 44
Development of 3D-2D Registration for Better Precision in Surgical
Navigation Surgeries 45
Development of Fluorescence-Based Molecular Navigation for Cancer
Surgery 45
Clearance of New Handheld Navigation Device for Application in Total
Hip and Total Knee Arthroplasty Surgeries 46
Lung Navigation System for Screening and Diagnosis of Lung Cancer 46
3D Surgical Navigation Technology for Cataract Surgery Being
Licensed 47
PATENT AND PATENT APPLICATION ANALYSIS 47
CHAPTER 5 SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS MARKET BY COUNTRY 51
SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS MARKET IN THE U.S. 51
HEALTHCARE SYSTEM AND REGULATORY POLICIES 51
MARKET OPPORTUNITIES AND RISKS IN THE U.S. 51
Rise in Total Hip, Total Knee and Partial Knee Arthroplasty Procedures
Likely to Drive Surgical Navigation Systems Market 51
Improved Awareness of Clinical Benefits Associated with ENT Surgical
Navigation to Aid Adoption Rates 52
Development of Low Cost ENT Navigation Systems to Propel Revenue
Growth 52
Surgery-Based Fixed Reimbursements to Restrict the Growth of
Surgical Navigation Systems Market in the U.S. 53
REVENUE FORECASTS 53
TABLE 5 REVENUE FORECAST FOR THE U.S. SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS
MARKET BY PRODUCT SEGMENT, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 53
TABLE 6 U.S. SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS MARKET SHARE DISTRIBUTION BY
PRODUCT SEGMENT, 2013 VS 2018 (%) 54
SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS MARKET IN CANADA 54
HEALTHCARE SYSTEM AND REGULATORY POLICIES 54
MARKET OPPORTUNITIES AND RISKS IN CANADA 55
Increasing Outpatient Spine Surgery May Increase the Use of Surgical
Navigation Systems in Canada 55
Inclusion of Hip and Knee Replacement Procedures in Quality Based
Procedures Likely to Boost Unit Sales of Orthopedic Surgical
Navigation Systems
55
Long Wait Time for Hip and Knee Replacement Surgeries in Canada
May Drive the Growth of Image-Free Surgical Navigation Market 56
REVENUE FORECASTS 56
TABLE 7 REVENUE FORECASTS FOR THE SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS MARKET
IN CANADA, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 56
TABLE 8 CANADIAN SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS MARKET SHARE
DISTRIBUTION BY PRODUCT SEGMENT, 2013 VS 2018 (%) 57
SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS MARKET IN JAPAN 57
HEALTHCARE SYSTEM AND REGULATORY POLICIES 57
MARKET OPPORTUNITIES AND RISKS IN JAPAN 58
Growing Elderly Population in Japan Likely to Aid the Demand for
Minimally Invasive Surgeries 58
Growing Procedural Volumes and Extended Usage of Image-Guided
Surgeries Likely to Propel Sales of Surgical Navigation Systems 58
Pressure on Government Healthcare Spending is Likely to Impede the
Growth of Surgical Navigation Systems 58
REVENUE FORECASTS 58
TABLE 9 REVENUE FORECASTS FOR THE SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS MARKET
IN JAPAN, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 59
TABLE 10 JAPANESE SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS MARKET SHARE
DISTRIBUTION BY PRODUCT SEGMENT, 2013 VS 2018 (%) 59
SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS MARKET IN FRANCE 59
HEALTHCARE SYSTEM AND REGULATORY POLICIES 59
MARKET OPPORTUNITIES AND RISKS IN FRANCE 60
R&D in the Application of Image Guidance to Gastroenterology and
Other Specialties to Widen Sales of Surgical Navigation Systems 60
Increasing Number of Orthopedic Surgeries to Promote Growth of
Orthopedic Navigation Systems 60
Increased Adoption of Endoscopic Techniques for ENT Surgeries to
Aid Market Growth 61
Plunging French Economy May Impede the Purchase of Middle and
High-End Surgical Navigation Systems 61
REVENUE FORECASTS 61
TABLE 11 REVENUE FORECASTS FOR THE SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS
MARKET IN FRANCE BY PRODUCT SEGMENT, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 61
TABLE 12 FRENCH SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS MARKET SHARE
DISTRIBUTION BY PRODUCT SEGMENT, 2013 VS 2018 (%) 62
SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS MARKET IN GERMANY 62
HEALTHCARE SYSTEM AND REGULATORY POLICIES 62
MARKET OPPORTUNITIES AND RISKS IN GERMANY 63
Increasing Hip Replacement and Knee Replacement Surgeries in
Germany to Drive Market Growth 63
Reforms in German Healthcare Policy Likely to Boost Adoption of
Surgical Navigation Systems 63
Truncated Funding for the Purchase of New Medical Devices to
Impede Expansion of Surgical Navigation Systems in Germany 64
REVENUE FORECASTS 64
TABLE 13 REVENUE FORECASTS FOR THE SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS
MARKET IN GERMANY, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 64
TABLE 14 GERMAN SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS MARKET SHARE
DISTRIBUTION BY PRODUCT SEGMENT, 2013 VS 2018 (%) 65
SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS MARKET IN ITALY 65
HEALTHCARE SYSTEM AND REGULATORY POLICIES 65
MARKET OPPORTUNITIES AND RISKS IN ITALY 65
Research on the Application of Image Guidance in General Surgeries
and Stereotactic Radio-Surgical Procedures May Aid Revenue Growth 65
Rise in the Volume of Spine and Orthopedic Procedures May Increase
the Sale of Surgical Navigation Systems in Italy 66
Growing Aging Population in Italy May Boost the Usage of Surgical
Navigation Systems across All Specialties 66
Restructuring of Healthcare Policies Attributable to Financial
Austerity Measures May Negatively Impact Revenue Growth 66
REVENUE FORECASTS 67
TABLE 15 REVENUE FORECASTS FOR THE ITALIAN SURGICAL NAVIGATION
SYSTEMS MARKET, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 67
TABLE 16 ITALIAN SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS MARKET SHARE DISTRIBUTION
BY PRODUCT SEGMENT, 2013 VS 2018 (%) 68
SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS MARKET IN SPAIN 68
HEALTHCARE SYSTEM AND REGULATORY POLICIES 68
MARKET OPPORTUNITIES AND RISKS IN SPAIN 68
Increasing Awareness of Image-Guided Surgeries in Orthopedic
Procedures Likely to Aid Penetration Rates 68
Growth in Spine, Neuro and Orthopedic Surgeries Likely to Drive the
Surgical Navigation Systems Market 69
Healthcare Reforms Such as Centralized Purchasing Procedure for
Hospitals May Impede Manufacturers' Profits from Navigation
Systems
69
REVENUE FORECASTS 69
TABLE 17 REVENUE FORECASTS FOR THE SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS
MARKET IN SPAIN, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 70
TABLE 18 SPANISH SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS MARKET SHARE
DISTRIBUTION BY PRODUCT SEGMENT, 2013 VS 2018 (%) 70
SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS MARKET IN THE U.K. 70
HEALTHCARE SYSTEM AND REGULATORY POLICIES 70
England 71
Wales 71
Scotland 71
Ireland 71
MARKET OPPORTUNITIES AND RISKS IN THE U.K. 71
Best Practice Tariff Likely to Drive the Growth of Surgical Navigation
in Ambulatory Surgery Facilities 71
Effective Usage of Outpatient Operating Rooms May Result in
Increased Adoption of Surgical Navigation Systems 72
Increased Investment by Welsh Government in Orthopedic Services
Likely to Boost the Sales of Surgical Navigation Systems 72
Increase in the Number of Neurosurgical Procedures in the U.K. to
Drive Sales of Surgical Navigation Systems 72
REVENUE FORECASTS 73
TABLE 19 REVENUE FORECASTS FOR THE SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS
MARKET IN THE U.K., THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 73
TABLE 20 U.K. SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS MARKET SHARE DISTRIBUTION BY
PRODUCT SEGMENT, 2013 VS 2018 (%) 74
SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS MARKET IN BRAZIL 74
HEALTHCARE SYSTEM AND REGULATORY POLICIES 74
MARKET OPPORTUNITIES AND RISKS IN BRAZIL 74
Increased Education, Awareness and Research in Image-Guided
Surgeries Likely to Aid Adoption of Surgical Navigation Systems 74
Increasing Procedural Volumes of Spine and Orthopedic Surgery May
Drive the Growth of Surgical Navigation Systems 75
Increased Government Spending on Healthcare May Boost the
Growth of Surgical Navigation Systems in Brazil 75
High Import Taxes in Brazil Likely to Hinder the Growth of
Capital-Intensive Surgical Navigation Systems 75
REVENUE FORECASTS 76
TABLE 21 REVENUE FORECASTS FOR THE BRAZILIAN SURGICAL NAVIGATION
SYSTEMS MARKET, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 76
TABLE 22 BRAZILIAN SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS MARKET SHARE
DISTRIBUTION BY PRODUCT SEGMENT, 2013 VS 2018 (%) 77
SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS MARKET IN CHINA 77
HEALTHCARE SYSTEM AND REGULATORY POLICIES 77
MARKET OPPORTUNITIES AND RISKS IN CHINA 78
Increasing Government Funds and Healthcare Reforms Likely to Aid
Revenue Growth 78
Exponential Growth of the Private Hospitals Market in China to Drive
the Addressable Market for Surgical Navigation Systems 78
Reforms in Healthcare Policies to Drive the Growth of Surgical
Navigation System 78
Increased Capital Investment to Set Up High-End Private Hospitals
and Specialty Clinics to Fuel the Growth of Surgical Navigation
Systems Market
78
Local Competition May Pose Pricing Constraints for Global
Manufacturers 79
REVENUE FORECASTS 79
TABLE 23 REVENUE FORECASTS FOR THE SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS
MARKET IN CHINA, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 79
TABLE 24 CHINESE SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS MARKET SHARE
DISTRIBUTION BY PRODUCT SEGMENT, 2013 VS 2018 (%) 80
SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS MARKET IN INDIA 80
HEALTHCARE SYSTEM AND REGULATORY POLICIES 80
MARKET OPPORTUNITIES AND RISKS IN INDIA 81
Medical Tourism Driving Volume Sales for Navigation Systems in
India 81
Need for High-End Surgical Infrastructure for Beating Competition
Promoting Revenue Growth in the Private Sector 81
Growing Number of Orthopedic Surgeries to Continue Driving Sales of
Surgical Navigation Systems 81
Lack of Adequate Impetus in ENT Surgeries to Negatively Impact
Growth of Navigation Systems 82
REVENUE FORECASTS 82
TABLE 25 REVENUE FORECASTS FOR THE INDIAN SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS
MARKET, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 82
TABLE 26 INDIAN SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS MARKET SHARE DISTRIBUTION
BY PRODUCT SEGMENT, 2013 VS 2018 (%) 83
SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS MARKET IN AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND 83
HEALTHCARE SYSTEM AND REGULATORY POLICIES 83
Healthcare System in Australia 83
Healthcare System in New Zealand 84
MARKET OPPORTUNITIES AND RISKS 84
Need for Cutting-Edge Technology in Orthopedic Surgeries to Drive
Market Growth in Australia 84
Private Hospitals to Drive Volume Sales in Australia and New Zealand 85
Budget Cuts for Public Hospitals to Impact Revenue Growth of
Navigation Systems in the Long-Term Future 85
REVENUE FORECASTS 85
TABLE 27 REVENUE FORECASTS FOR THE SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS
MARKET IN AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 86
TABLE 28 AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS
MARKET SHARE DISTRIBUTION BY PRODUCT SEGMENT, 2013 VS 2018 (%) 86
SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS MARKET IN SOUTH KOREA 87
HEALTHCARE SYSTEM AND REGULATORY POLICIES 87
MARKET OPPORTUNITIES AND RISKS IN SOUTH KOREA 87
Rising Medical Tourism Industry May Augment Demand for Surgical
Navigation Systems 87
Extended Application of Surgical Navigation Systems to Additional
Specialties Likely to Aid Market Expansion 88
Higher Expendable Incomes of South Korean Population to Aid Market
Growth 88
High Cost of Installation and Lower Reimbursement Rates to Impede
Market Growth 88
REVENUE FORECASTS 88
TABLE 29 REVENUE FORECASTS FOR THE SOUTH KOREAN SURGICAL NAVIGATION
SYSTEMS MARKET, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 89
TABLE 30 SOUTH KOREAN SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS MARKET SHARE
DISTRIBUTION BY PRODUCT SEGMENT, 2013 VS 2018 (%) 89
SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS MARKET IN THE REST OF THE WORLD 89
REVENUE FORECASTS 89
TABLE 31 REVENUE FORECASTS FOR THE SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS
MARKET IN THE REST OF THE WORLD, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 90
TABLE 32 REST OF THE WORLD SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS MARKET SHARE
DISTRIBUTION BY PRODUCT SEGMENT, 2013 VS 2018 (%) 90
CHAPTER 6 ENT NAVIGATION SYSTEMS 92
MARKET DYNAMICS 92
MARKET LANDSCAPE 92
MARKET DRIVERS 92
Neurosurgeons Influence on Purchase Decision Aiding Market Growth
in Emerging Markets 92
Growing Awareness of the Benefits of Navigation Systems in ENT
Promoting Volume Sales 93
Availability of Low-Priced Systems Aiding Overall Penetration of ENT
Navigation Systems 93
INDUSTRY CHALLENGES 93
Restricted Use of Navigation Systems in ENT Procedures Hampering
Adoption 93
Limited Hospital Budgets for ENT Department Impeding Revenue
Growth 94
Lack of Reimbursement for Navigation Enabled ENT Procedures
Limiting Volume Sales 94
Lack of Clinical Effectiveness Data Hampering Market Penetration 94
GLOBAL ENT NAVIGATION SYSTEMS MARKET: REVENUE ANALYSIS AND
FORECASTS 94
TABLE 33 REVENUE FORECASTS FOR THE GLOBAL ENT NAVIGATION SYSTEMS
MARKET, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 94
TABLE 34 ENT SURGICAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS MARKET SHARES BY
COUNTRY/REGION, 2013 VS 2018 (%) 95
MAJOR STRATEGIC INITIATIVES AND COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE 95
CHAPTER 7 NEUROSURGERY NAVIGATION SYSTEMS 99
MARKET DYNAMICS 99
MARKET LANDSCAPE 99
MARKET DRIVERS 99
Demand for Replacement of Existing Units Driving Developed
Markets 99
Clinical Utility in Complex Brain Procedures Aiding Penetration and
Subsequent Utilization 100
Improved Awareness among Neurosurgeons Aiding Revenue Growth 100
Medical Tourism Aiding Market Penetration in Emerging Markets 100
Need for Electromagnetic Tracking Promoting Volume Sales 100
Demand for Intraoperative MRI to Boost Future Sales 101
INDUSTRY CHALLENGES 101
Concerns around Brain Shift Hampering Adoption Rates 101
Justifying High Cost of Navigation Systems in Relation to Patient
Outcomes Slowing Down Adoption 101
GLOBAL NEUROSURGERY NAVIGATION SYSTEMS MARKET: REVENUE ANALYSIS
AND FORECASTS 102
TABLE 35 REVENUE FORECASTS FOR THE GLOBAL NEUROSURGICAL NAVIGATION
SYSTEMS MARKET, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 102
TABLE 36 NEUROSURGERY NAVIGATION SYSTEMS MARKET SHARE DISTRIBUTION
BY COUNTRY/REGION, 2013 VS 2018 (%) 102
MAJOR STRATEGIC INITIATIVES AND COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE 103
CHAPTER 8 SPINE NAVIGATION SYSTEMS 105
MARKET DYNAMICS 105
MARKET LANDSCAPE 105
MARKET DRIVERS 105
Increasing Number of Spine Clinics Aiding Volume Sales 105
Enhanced Clinical Outcomes and Financial Incentives Aiding Business
Growth in the Spinal Segment 105
Increased Adoption of Intraoperative Imaging Promoting Market
Growth 106
INDUSTRY CHALLENGES 106
Reimbursement Cuts Negatively Impacting Revenue Growth 106
Growing Concerns around Overutilization of Spine Surgeries May
Slow Market Growth 106
Lack of Training and Clinical Data Supporting Efficacy of Navigation
Systems Impeding Adoption Rates 107
Moderate Decrease in Spine Surgery Volumes May Negatively Impact
Volume Sales in Developed Markets 107
GLOBAL SPINE NAVIGATION SYSTEMS MARKET: REVENUE ANALYSIS AND
FORECAST 107
TABLE 37 REVENUE FORECAST FOR THE GLOBAL SPINE NAVIGATION SYSTEMS
MARKET, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 108
TABLE 38 GLOBAL SPINE NAVIGATION SYSTEMS MARKET SHARE DISTRIBUTION BY
COUNTRY/REGION, 2013 VS 2018 (%) 108
MAJOR STRATEGIC INITIATIVES AND COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE 109
CHAPTER 9 ORTHOPEDIC NAVIGATION SYSTEMS 111
MARKET LANDSCAPE 111
MARKET DRIVERS 111
Increasing Demand for Minimally Invasive Surgeries Aiding Volume
Sales 111
Growing Demand for Hip and Knee Replacements to Boost Volume
Sales 112
Improved Adoption of Kinematic Assessment Using Navigation
Systems to Aid Penetration 112
Need for State-of-the-Art Technology in Emerging Markets to Aid
Volume Sales 112
INDUSTRY CHALLENGES 112
Increased Time for the Overall Procedure Using Navigation Systems
Impacting Penetration 112
Installation of Systems for Free Reducing Overall System Utilization
and Revenue Growth 112
GLOBAL ORTHOPEDIC NAVIGATION SYSTEMS MARKET: REVENUE ANALYSIS
AND FORECASTS 113
TABLE 39 REVENUE FORECAST FOR THE GLOBAL ORTHOPEDIC NAVIGATION
SYSTEMS MARKET, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 113
TABLE 40 GLOBAL ORTHOPEDIC NAVIGATION SYSTEMS MARKET SHARE
DISTRIBUTION BY COUNTRY/REGION, 2013 VS 2018 (%) 113
MAJOR STRATEGIC INITIATIVES AND COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE 114
CHAPTER 10 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE 117
MARKET SHARE ANALYSIS 117
TABLE 41 MARKET SHARE ANALYSIS OF THE GLOBAL SURGICAL NAVIGATION
SYSTEMS MARKET, 2013 (%) 117
COMPANY AND PRODUCT PROFILES 118
AESCULAP (B. BRAUN) 118
Company Profile 118
Product Profile 118
AMPLITUDE 119
Company Profile 119
Product Profile 119
CLARON TECHNOLOGIES INC. 119
Company Profile 119
Product Profile 120
COLLIN MEDICAL 120
Company Profile 120
Product Profile 120
COMPASS INTERNATIONAL INNOVATIONS 120
Company Profile 121
Product Profile 121
FIAGON GMBH 121
Company Profile 121
Recent Activities 122
Product Profile 122
KARL STORZ 122
Company Profile 122
Product Profile 123
MEDACTA INTERNATIONAL 123
Company Profile 123
Product Profile 123
MEDTRONIC 123
Company Profile 123
Product Profile 124
MICROMAR 124
Company Profile 125
Product Profile 125
PARITIC 125
Company Profile 125
Product Profile 125
PATHFINDER TECHNOLOGIES 126
Company Profile 126
Recent Activities 126
Product Profile 127
OMNILIFE SCIENCE INC. 127
Company Profile 127
Product Profile 128
SCOPIS 128
Company Profile 128
Recent Activities 128
Product Profile 129
SIEMENS AG 129
Company Profile 129
Product Profile 129
STRYKER 129
Company Profile 130
Product Profile 130
ZIMMER 130
Company Profile 130
Product Profile 131



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