Global diagnostic ultrasound devices market is forecast to reach US$ 7,466.3 million by 2019; CAGR of 6.8% from 2015 2019

Top Quote SA-BRC announces the release of its report on Global Diagnostic Ultrasound Devices Market Assessment & Forecast: 2015-2019. Demand for hand-held configuration devices is anticipated to grow the fastest in with CAGR of 8.6% from 2015 to 2019. The device has increased portability and is excellent tool for emergency medicine professionals. End Quote
    QuoteEurope continued to lead global diagnostic ultrasound devices market with a share (value) of 33.8% in 2014.Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) June 29, 2015 - Advancing technology is improving image quality and increasing target application. Advancements in hardware components such as transducer design have improved b-mode technology enormously in terms of sensitivity, providing high quality of the final data display. Introduction of 3D rendering software and noise reduction has resulted in clear imaging for US technicians that previously had to be stringently trained for false-positives and erroneous imaging. Ultrasound was previously only able to capture a single imaging plane, but now can acquire volumes, thus complete organs may be able to be imaged during an ultrasound process. Improving interface, ease of use and high quality imagery will provide better image and video quality. Moving images rendered using real-time scanning with image fusion or otherwise known as (4D) ultrasound is by far one of the most significant factors responsible for growth of the ultrasound devices market.

    To read further, please visit:

    Ultrasound devices have several modes and techniques according to the desired application, for e.g. most modern OB ultrasound systems are 3D and comprise of software that renders the complete face or torso of the unborn. Black & white 2D is still considered to be the most commonly used technique across the world; however color Doppler is one of the fastest growing segments. In this report SA-BRC has analyzed three segments 2D, 3D & 4D and Doppler technology. Traditional 2D imaging provides black & white images in sequence based on prompts from ultrasound technicians. Since imaging is based on the technician's prowess in handling the equipment and its functions such as switching settings quickly and capturing images at an instant, the technique is prone to human errors and limited to a certain degree.

    Miniaturization of devices has improved the usage and increased the demand from several on-field applications such as military medicine and sports medicine. It is used in abdominal, cardiac, maternity, gynecological, urological and cerebrovascular examination and breast examination. Conventionally strong economies of the west were able to support and continue long term R&D programs; however with the introduction of modern technologies, regions such as Middle-East are initiating strong R&D programs through collaborations with the west.

  • FB Icon Twitter Icon In-Icon
Contact Information
  • John Whitmore
  • Sa-brc
  • 10685-B Hazelhurst Drive Suite 17411 Houston, TX 77043 United States
  • 77043
  • Voice: 18324263701
  • Visit our Site