Hybrid Operating Room Market Forecast and Trends
The Hybrid Operating Room
Market has reached USD 0.80 Billion in 2019 and predicted to reach USD 1.748
Billion, growing at a significant CAGR of 11.91% during the forecast period
from 2020-2026. Major factors driving market growth include the increasing
proliferation of minimally invasive surgical procedures and continuing
A hybrid operating room is
an operating theatre, fitted with medical imaging equipment such as fixed
C-Arms, CT scanners, or MRI scanners. It combines the imaging capabilities
installed with a fully functional operative room. Increasing numbers of
patients undergoing cardiac, renal, neurological, oncological treatments have
upsurge enormous demand for efficient and advanced healthcare infrastructure
that drives demand in the market. Numerous recent advancement have again led to
market growth in minimally invasive treatments, imaging techniques, and medical
procedures. The hybrid operating room has become a must-have facility in
hospitals over the past few years, which is projected to lead market growth
over the forecast period from 2020-2026. In the hybrid operating room, surgeons
can perform different treatments simultaneously and at the same place for the
same patient. Increasing demand in the global healthcare sector for
technologically advanced operating rooms and equipment adds fuel to the
development of the worldwide hybrid operating rooms market. High costs of the
hybrid operating room, however, could impede market growth during the forecast.
Hybrid Operating Room Market Overview:
A hybrid operating room
combines an operating room's capabilities with interventional imaging
technologies. The hybrid operating room can be used with the combination of
surgical facilities and imaging systems in one room for traditional open
surgery, image-guided surgery, or a combination of procedural types, offering
greater flexibility and space utility.
The hybrid operating room
provides numerous benefits to patients, physicians, and organizations involved
in health care. Specifically, state-of-the-art hybrid operating rooms enable
the delivery of a wide range of less invasive than conventional surgical
procedures and provide patients with faster recovery times. For instance, in
the hybrid operating room, complex cardiovascular and endovascular conditions,
which previously required open-heart surgery, are now being identified and
treated with less invasive surgery. Various hybrid procedures can be carried
out with a portable e-arm, as well as optimum imaging and technological
flexibility in a hybrid operating room.
advancement drives the global demand for hybrid operating room
Advanced technologies keep pushing
limits and changing the way teams do surgical treatment. Most of the high-tech
devices are touch operated in the Operating Room. The future of the Operating
Room will also give the surgical team innovative ways of interacting with
devices and software with new, touchless remote control methods being built for
everyday devices. Most High-Tech operating room systems are touch-controlled.
The future of the operating room with innovative, touchless apps control
methods being developed for everyday tools. The surgical team will also be
offering new ways to interact with the devices and software. The hospital
environment has the potential to attain a higher degree of automation as well.
Particularly surgical workflows, which still consist of a wide range of mostly
manual tasks, would greatly benefit from automation.
Invasive Surgeries to drive the global demand for Hybrid Operating Room
Hybrid Operating Room
combines traditional surgical equipment with endovascular imaging equipment for
many medical fields to promote a variety of new surgical events. Europe has
very few hybrid operating rooms as opposed to developed markets such as North
America. This will improve, as hybrid ORs promote complex surgery while
reducing periods of hospitalization.
The high cost of the hybrid
The high cost of the
operating room is hindering the market growth during the forecast period of, as
a hybrid OR, on average, costs between USD 3 & 4 million to assemble, as it
can be fitted with up to 100 different medical devices. The room contains, by
default, a fixed angiographic imaging system, wall-or boom-mounted display
monitors, and a heart-lung bypass machine. This takes up to 1,400 square feet
of space to accommodate all the equipment–about twice the size of a regular
Hybrid Operating Room Market: By Component
Based on the Component, the
Hybrid Operating Room market segmented into Angiography Systems, MRI Systems,
CT Scanners Services, Intraoperative, Operating Room Fixtures, Surgical
Instruments, and Other. The intraoperative segment is expected to grow at the
highest rate during the forecast period. Due to the increased installation of
hybrid ORs across major economies, significant installation costs associated
with diagnostic imaging products, continuous integration, and automation of
operating room workflows and ongoing technological advances in the field of
Hybrid Operating Room Market: By Application
Based on the Application,
the Hybrid Operating Room market segmented into Cardiovascular Application,
Neurosurgical Application, Thoracic Application, Orthopedic Application, and
Other Applications. The cardiovascular surgery segment is the largest
shareholder in the global market share of hybrid operating rooms due to
increased incidence and prevalence of cardiovascular diseases, improved
endovascular procedures during cardiovascular surgery, and increased demand for
minimally invasive surgery.
Hybrid Operating Room Market: By End-User
Based on the End-User, the
Hybrid Operating Room market segmented into Hospitals, Medical Research Firms,
Clinics, and Others. Hospital segment is projected to grow at higher CAGR
during the forecast year due to increasing patient attention on time, effective
management of disease, and the rising number of hospitals and surgical centers
in developing countries. It is also predicted that substantial healthcare
expenditure and increased government and private investment in infrastructure
for healthcare facilities would set the best course for the sector to expand.
Hybrid Operating Room Market: Regional insights
By geography, the Global
Hybrid Operating Room Market segregated into North America, Europe, Asia
Pacific, Middle East & Africa, and Latin America. North America is expected
to grow at a significant rate during the forecast horizon, owing to significant
investments by hospitals to upgrade their operating rooms, an increasing number
of surgical procedures, and ambulatory surgery centers in the region. Besides,
the presence of advanced medical and healthcare infrastructure is expected to
boost market growth during the forecast period.
Operating Room Market: Competitive Landscape
Notable players operating in
the Hybrid Operating Room market are Koninklijke Philips N.V., Toshiba
Corporation, Siemens AG, Alvo Medical, Mizuho Corporation, SISCO, General
Electric Company, Trumpf Medical, Stryker Corporation, NDS Surgical Imaging,
Steris PLC., Imris, Deerfield Imaging, Getinge AB, Eschmann Equipment (A Part
of Steris PLC.), Skytron LLC, Johnson & Johnson, Cook Medical Inc., and
Other Prominent Players.
February 2020, Siemens to acquire Iberdrola's stake in
Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy.
January 2020, Siemens to acquire C&S Electric in
India to meet growing electrification needs.
objective of the Study:
To analyze and forecast the
global Hybrid Operating Room market size of the market in terms of value.
To examine the careful
market segmentation and forecast the market size, in terms value, based on the
region by segmenting the Global Hybrid Operating Room market into five regions,
namely, North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East, South America, and
their leading countries.
To outline, categorized, and
forecast the global Hybrid Operating Room market based on the components,
applications, and end-user.
To examine competitive
developments like technological advancement, services, and regulative framework
within the global Hybrid Operating Room Market.
To highlight the impact
analysis of the factors affecting the market dynamics such as drivers,
restraints, opportunities, and challenges.
To strategically profile the
key players and comprehensively analyze their market shares along with
detailing the competitive landscape for market leaders.
of the Report
Historical data – 2016-2019
Base Year – 2019
Forecast – 2020 – 2026
Revenue in USD Million/Billion
U.S, Canada, Germany, UK, France, Italy, Spain, Brazil, Mexico,
Argentina, Japan, South Korea, China, India, UAE, South Africa, Saudi Arabia
By Component, Application, and End-user
Koninklijke Philips N.V., Toshiba Corporation, Siemens AG, Alvo
Medical, Mizuho Corporation, SISCO, General Electric Company, Trumpf Medical,
Stryker Corporation, NDS Surgical Imaging, Steris PLC., Imris, Deerfield
Imaging, Getinge AB, Eschmann Equipment (A Part of Steris PLC.), Skytron LLC,
Johnson & Johnson, Cook Medical Inc.and other prominent players.
CT Scanners Services
Operating Room Fixtures
Medical Research Firms
Middle East & Africa