Besides portability, handheld X-ray scanners offer a wide range of benefits, including cost savings; in the initial days of the pandemic, such devices were instrumental in increasing diagnostic throughput since they could be easily sterilized
Roots Analysis has announced the addition of “Global Handheld X-Ray Imaging Devices Market by Area of Application (Dental and Others), Device Class (Low-End, Mid-End and High-End), End-Users (Ambulatory Surgical Centers, Diagnostic Imaging Centers, Hospitals, Specialty Clinics and Others), and by Key Geographical Regions (North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle-East and North Africa, Latin America and Rest of the World): Industry Trends and Global Forecasts, 2020-2030” report to its list of offerings.
The applications of handheld imaging devices in modern healthcare are vast, spanning almost all major medical disciplines, from dentistry to cardiology, covering several internal organs across various parts of the body, such as the chest, and abdomen / gastrointestinal tract. In this context, it is worth mentioning that over the past couple of months, multiple studies have described the use of handheld X-ray devices in diagnosing symptoms of the novel coronavirus infection in patients, worldwide.
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Key Market Insights
More than 50 handheld X-ray imaging devices are presently available / under development
Close to 95% of the aforementioned scanners are presently being used in the field of dentistry. Some of the available devices are considered highly efficient; 35% of the products mentioned in the report can be operated over 400 times in a single charge. Such solutions are particularly beneficial in remote areas, where electricity is not easily available.
Close to 85% of scanners are designed to use lithium-ion polymer batteries
Prominent examples of such devices that use with lithium-ion polymer-based batteries include the Cocoon (DX7017/DX7020) Portable Handheld Dental X-Ray (Dexcowin), MaxRay Cocoon Handheld Dental X-Ray (MasterLink), NOMAD Pro 2 Handheld X-Ray System (KaVo Kerr), and Port-X IV (Genoray).
35 companies claim to be actively involved in manufacturing handheld X-ray devices
Majority (76%) of the scanners mentioned in the report, are being developed by very small and small firms, followed by mid-sized (12%) and large players (12%). Interestingly, the prominent contributors in the market (26%) were observed to have been incorporated as business entities post-2015.
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