Surgical Navigation Systems Market Size Worth $1.44 Billion by 2027: Grand View Research, Inc.

Surgical Navigation Systems Market Size Worth $1.44 Billion by 2027: Grand View Research, Inc.

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SAN FRANCISCO, March 3, 2020

SAN FRANCISCO, March 3, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- The global surgical navigation systems market size is expected to reach USD 1.44 billion by 2027, exhibiting a 7.2% CAGR during the forecast period, according to a new report published by Grand View Research, Inc. Growing geriatric population along with rising prevalence of brain cancer, orthopedic degenerative and ENT among other target disorders and diseases is expected to propel the demand for surgical navigation systems (SNSs).

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Aging is considered as the greatest risk factor for the development of degenerative disorders of joints; such as osteoporosis. Rising geriatric population is expected to serve as a high-impact rendering driver for the market. Osteoarthritis and osteoporosis are the most common disorders in the population aged over 65 years. Growing prevalence of these disorders possesses increasing economic burden on many countries. As per International Osteoporosis Foundation, total number of hip fractures is expected to reach 5,395 million by 2050.

According to the Central Brain Tumor Registry of the United States (CBTRUS), the incidence of all non-malignant brain, primary malignant, and other CNS tumors was 22.64 cases per 100,000 in 2016. In U.S., over 78,980 new cases of non-malignant brain, primary malignant, and other CNS tumors were anticipated to be diagnosed in 2018. This factor is anticipated to propel the demand for surgical navigation systems in the forthcoming years.

The demand for minimally invasive procedures is increasing across the world. Surgical navigation systems are instrumental in providing better accuracy and precision in diagnosis and determining correct implementation of plans during surgery, thereby aiding in minimally invasive procedures with improved patient outcome.They offer visual imaging at every stage of the surgery thereby allowing modification of plan during the surgical procedure according to intra-operative findings. It is also cost-effective in joint replacement procedures as very few patients require revision after a one-time procedure. These associated advantages are expected to boost the product demand over the forecast period.

Grand View Research has segmented the surgical navigation systems market on the basis of application, technology, end use, and region:

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