Ophthalmologists and eye care professionals use many devices to diagnose and treat eye problems. Most ophthalmic diagnostic devices have optical components such as lenses, mirrors, and prisms.
As per World Health Organization (WHO), in 2010 was estimated to be 285 million, including 39 million blind people, of whom around 80 per cent are above age of 50 years. Ophthalmology is the branch of medical science that deals with the anatomy, physiology and disease of the eye. There are various diagnostic equipment that are used to diagnose a wide range of ophthalmic conditions and provide vision solution which are simple to use for healthcare professionals.
Ophthalmic Diagnostic EquipmentMarket: Drivers and restraints
Presently, ophthalmic diagnostic equipment market is driven by the aging population, technological advancement in healthcare industry around the globe, rising incidence and prevalence of eye conditions and diseases, higher adoption of retinal implants, technological advancements in handheld devices for detecting glaucoma and macular degeneration, speedy market approvals, higher awareness through education, and increasing research and development activities. However, Growing healthcare cost containment pressure and Tax reforms coupled with increased regulatory compliance norms are major barriers for this market.
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Ophthalmic Diagnostic EquipmentMarket: Segmentation
Ophthalmic diagnostic equipment market is segmented into following types:
Retinal Ultrasound Imaging Systems
Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT)
Corneal Topography Systems
Ophthalmic Diagnostic EquipmentMarket: Overview
With the rapid technological advancement in healthcare industry, aging population, and rising incidence and prevalence of eye...