LONDON, Feb. 13, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Diagnostic equipment is used for identifying the presence and cause of disease, assessingthe nature of disease, designating a course of treatment, monitoring the effects of interventions and determining the recurrence of existing disease. The diagnostic equipment market doesn't include invitro diagnostics products that are used to detect
Asia was the largest region in the Diagnostic Equipment market in 2016, accounting for over 38% of the market share. Americas was the second largest region accounting for around 31% of the market share. Europe was the third largest region accounting for around 24% of the market share.
Portable diagnostic equipment is expected to be a fast growing segment, and competitors are focusing on developing new and innovative portable equipment during the forecast period. Owing to their ease of use and point-of-care applications, their adoption rates are steadily increasing not only for emergency and intensive care units in hospitals, but also as a part of homecare organizations. There is also a growing need for portable devices in the emergency care units for easy and quick usage, faster interventions for acute events, and better monitoring. Some of the well-known products include Samsung Electronics' 32-SLICE CT scanner, Brain Biosciences' CERPET portable PET scanner, Siemens Healthcare's Mobilett mira max portable X-ray systems and Sonosite's MicroMaxx portable ultrasound system.
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