A computed tomography scanner, or what's more commonly known as a CT scanner, is a medical imaging device that's used to detect diseases and health conditions. The following two reports take a closer look at the global CAT scanner as well as the micro CT scanner market.
CAT scanners are devices used to produce tomographic images of a scanned object or person. While there are many different types of CAT scanners, they generally follow the same basic principle: the CT scanner takes X-ray measurements from multiple angles, after which a computer combines those images to produce a 3D visual representation of the scanned object or person.
So, just how common are CAT scanners? Statistics show that the use of CAT scanners has increased significantly over the past 20 years. There were approximately 72 million CAT scans performed in the United States in 2007, attesting to its widespread use.
Of course, there's a good reason for this trend: CAT scanners allow medical practitioners to easily identify and diagnose medical conditions in a non-invasive manner.
The Global CAT Scanner Market Professional Survey 2017 report by The Market Reports is a comprehensive study of the global CAT scanner market. Featuring 116 pages while covering both current and future prospective scenarios, it explores the market from all angles.
Within this report, you'll find information on the market's trend, definitions, classifications, industry chain structure, drivers, challenges and more. Whether you worn in the CAT scanner marker or are thinking of investing in it, you should consider accessing this report.
It's one of the most thorough and comprehensive studies of the global CAT scanner market.
Some of the key CAT scanner vendors profiled in this report include Koninklijke Philips N.V., GE Healthcare, Medtronic, Accuray Incorporated, Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd, Shenzhen Anke High-Tech Co., Ltd, Carestream Health, Hitachi Ltd, Koning Corporation, Neusoft Corporation and others.
The Global Micro-CT Scanner Sales Market 2017 report by The Market Reports is a second professional analysis of the global CT scanner market. However, this report focuses specifically on micro CT scanners as opposed to full-sized CT scanners.
Known as micro computed tomography, it uses the same x-ray imaging as its full-sized counterpart but on a smaller scale. And because it creates smaller images, micro CT scanners typically offer increased resolution.
This makes it particularly effective at identifying and diagnosing diseases or conditions that would otherwise go unnoticed.
This report segments the micro CT scanner by several criteria. On the basis of product type, the market is segmented into medical grade and industrial grade.
On the basis of end-user applications, it's segmented into biological and industrial. Finally, the report segments the market by geographic region, focusing specifically on the United States, China, Europe, Japan, India and Southeast Asia.
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