2018 Cataract Equipment Report: A Global Market Analysis for 2017 to 2023, June, 2018
New for 2018:
Address current and future technological challenges to ultrasonic phaco, including next-generation femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery (FLACS) systems, robotic systems, micro-interventional cataract surgical (MICS) devices such as Iantech’s miLOOP, and small incision cataract surgery (SICS)
Address technologies that will make ultrasonic phaco even safer and more effective such as automated cataract capsulotomy devices (ACCDs). Even though the first of these devices, the Mynosys Zepto, just launched, we predict how these devices will be used and forecast their market penetration and revenue impact over the next five years.
Look for changes in the way cataract surgery is performed over the next five years and analyze office-based cataract surgery (OBCS). We predict office-based cataract surgery will soon become a reality in some parts of the world, and we explore the technologies that will help move surgery toward the office setting.
Evaluate the current adoption rate of simultaneous bilateral cataract surgery (SBCS) in different regions of the world and list the technologies that will stimulate its adoption.
Address subtle, but important, advances that are being made in flow control in newer ultrasonic systems, which is driving many cataract surgeons to upgrade their older systems, creating strong demand for machines.
Show that FLACS laser sales have flattened in recent years, but the number of procedures shows a promising trend in many countries, including the US. We outline improvements in the technology and changes to the business model that we believe are required for companies to increase market penetration beyond its current limited segment. We evaluate FLACS technologies in development today, and we project which ones will be developed over the next five years to reinvigorate growth.
Evaluate the status of attempts to create a robotic cataract surgery platform.
Market Scope's report on the cataract surgical equipment market is in its 17th edition. In this year's report, our coverage for the femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery (FLCS) market has been expanded and updated. We have included estimates for both end user pricing and manufacturing revenues by company and product line. In addition, we have included separate estimates for procedures and revenues for dual-function cataract/vitrectomy machines. As in the past, we provide data and forecasts on cataracts and cataract surgeries worldwide. We discuss cataract surgery locations in the US and elsewhere in the world. We cover phacoemulsification, and we analyze the phaco machine market and the market for machine packs. We also explore photodisruptor lasers and their use. Worldwide markets are analyzed using eight regional/economic categories: the US, Western Europe, Japan, Other Wealthy Nations, China, India, Latin America, and Rest of World.
Our report is organized into key areas and includes:
Overview of incidence and causes of cataracts globally;
Treatment methods used for cataracts worldwide;
Demographics of aging;
Presbyopia, presbyopic populations, and refractive lens exchange (RLE);
Cataract care: surgeons, ASCs, and hospitals;
Detailed analysis of the phaco machine market—machine technologies, market competitors, installed base, handpieces, and accessories—with five-year forecasts;
Development of and forecasts for femtosecond laser–assisted cataract surgery (FLACS) systems;
Phaco machine pack market with analysis of disposable and reuse issues;
Photodisruptor lasers, manufacturers, and revenue forecasts;
31 company profiles;
71 color tables and 69 color figures;
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