Computed Tomography Systems Market was Valued at US$ 4,839.0 Mn in 2014
SA-BRC is pleased to announce the release of its market research report on the “Global Computed Tomography Systems Market Assessment & Forecast 2015-2019“.
Computed tomography devices use X-ray sources to image the body. Unlike X-ray machines, CT systems uses a highly sensitive x-ray beam focused on specific parts of the body and a detector picks up the beam as it passes through the body. The CT scan is an X-ray slice of the body and does not use film or other contrast agents to image but instead uses sensitive detectors that send their signal to a computer as the x-ray transmitter spins around the body to scan a slice of an individual’s body. Computed Tomography has undergone several generations of changes in terms of technology since its inception. Based on the number of ?Slices? or images of different sections of the body, these devices can be categorized into low-Slice (4, 8 and 16 slice), medium slice (32, 64, 128 slice) and high slice (256 and above) systems. The global market for computed tomography systems was valued at US$ 4,839.0 million in 2014 and expected to grow to US$ 6,588.5 million by 2019 at a CAGR of 6.3% from 2015 to 2019. Estimates market value and volume with 2013 & 2014 as historical years and forecast from 2015-2019.
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