Ultrasound imaging devices play an important role in the medical industry. Using these devices, doctors and medical practitioners can create digital 3D images of a patient's body; thus, eliminating the need for exploratory surgery.
Ultrasound imaging, also known as sonography, is a non-invasive medical procedure that involves the use of high-frequency sound waves to create a digital 3D view of inside the body. Images are created in real time, allowing doctors to see the movement of organs, blood flow and systems. Because of its versatility, ultrasound imaging is a key tool in diagnosing diseases and medical conditions.
However, ultrasound imaging has a wide variety of applications.
According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), some of its common uses include visualizing tissue and organs; assessing bone strength; diagnosing breast tissue; listening to the heart beat of an unborn fetus; viewing the heart; assisting in the collection of tissue samples; visualizing ocular structures; and more.
You might be surprised to learn that ultrasound imaging has been around for several decades. The FDA explains that it's been used in the medical industry for more than 20 years. And because it uses non-ionizing radiation, it doesn't pose the same risk as ionizing radiation-based imaging techniques like X-rays.
The Global Color Ultrasound Diagnostic…Sales Market 2017 report by The Market Reports is a comprehensive study of the global color ultrasound diagnostic device market. Featuring 114 pages, it offers an in-depth look into the ultrasound diagnostic device market and where it's headed. Within this report, you'll find data on the market's size, trends, classifications, chain structure, growth rate and more.
Some of the key ultrasound diagnostic device vendors profiled in this report include General Electric (Ge), Philips, Toshiba, Hitachi Medical, Mindray, Siemens, Sonosite (Fujifilm ), Esaote, Samsung Medison, Konica Minolta, Sonoscape, Landwind Medical, Siui, Chison, Edan Instruments and others
The Global Cardiovascular Ultrasound I…ket Research 2017 report by The Market Reports is a second professional analysis of the ultrasound imaging market, though it focuses specifically on cardiovascular applications. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), cardiovascular disease, also known simply as heart disease, is the world's leading cause of death. Every year, an estimated 600,000 people in the United States die from it. Thankfully, there are ways to lower a person's risk of developing heart disease, including routine monitoring using ultrasound imaging systems.
This report segments the global cardiovascular imaging systems market by several criteria. On the basis of product type, the market is segmented into imaging options and systems options. On the basis of end-user applications, the market is segmented into hospital, clinic and others. Each market segment is thoroughly scrutinized.
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