Robotics is the new trend in medical sciences

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Technology has helped mankind in various ways such as transport, communication, aviation, medicines, etc. The use of robotics and computer assistance during surgeries is the growing trend in the field of medical sciences.

Allied market research adds a new report titled, “Global Medical Robotics and Computer – Assisted Surgery (MRCAS) Market (Equipment, Applications, Geography) – Size, Share, Global Trends, Company Profiles, Demand, Segmentation, Forecast, Research, Report, Opportunities, Insights and Analysis, 2013 – 2020,” which analysis the market insights and potential for the concerned businesses across the globe.

Get the full access of the report at http://www.alliedmarketresearch.com/medical-robotics-computer-assisted-surgery-market

The report provides information about the global market share, forecast, research, technological advancements and prominent players in the market. The report explains the market segmentation on the basis of application, demand and geographies. It further throws light on the opportunities and future growths of the market.

Report states that MRCAS is an efficient method used by the doctors in comparison to the traditional surgical methods. The use of MRCAS technology minimises the stay in the hospital by 1.5-2 days. However, the cost incurred by the use of this technology is the main restraint for the global market.

Prominent players profiled in the report are:-

  • Intuitive surgical

  • Titan Medical Inc

  • Hitachi Medical Systems

  • Robotic Systems and Technologies

  • Schaerer Mayfield

  • MAKO Surgical

  • Biobot surgical

  • Ascension

  • Smith & Nephew

  • Siemens Healthcare

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