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North America Diagnostic Imaging Systems Market is Led by Diagnostic Imaging Centers

The North America diagnostic imaging systems market is growing, and this trend will continue to grow in the years to come as well. This development can be credited to rising tech progressions, surging elderly populace, growing incidence of chronic ailments, and booming healthcare spending. 

On the basis of product, the industry is classified into X-ray imaging systems, MRI systems, ultrasound systems, CT scanners, nuclear imaging systems, and others; and, the “others” category comprises fluoroscopy systems, endoscopes, mammography devices, and elastography systems. 

Amongst these products, X-ray imaging systems will hold the largest share. This can be credited to the fact that X-rays are the easiest and fastest way of viewing and measuring bone structures, joint abnormalities, and injuries which lead to their augmented acceptance in the industry. 

End users in the North America diagnostic imaging systems market comprise, hospitals, diagnostic imaging centers, and others. Diagnostic imaging centers had the largest share, as an end-user category. This end-user category will grow the fastest in the industry in the future. 

Some of the main factors powering the growth of industry are the increasing prevalence of long-lasting diseases, tech innovations, growing healthcare spending, and growing consciousness on the early analysis of diseases. 

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Chronic ailments are the key cause of disability and death worldwide, and the incidence of these conditions is increasing in the region too.  

Four of the key chronic diseases, CVDs, cancer, COPD, and type 2 diabetes are connected by common and avoidable biological risk factors for example high BP, high cholesterol, and obesity. Additional behavioral risk factors such as consumption of tobacco, shortage of physical activity, poor nutrition and alcohol abuse, are the reasons for chronic diseases. 

As per CDC, 60% of the adults in the U.S. suffer from a chronic disease. Furthermore, every year in the U.S., over 1.7 million people have cancer and about 600,000 people die from the ailment, making it the second foremost reason for death in the country. 

Additionally, as a result of the growing prevalence of cancer, progressions in nuclear imaging are observed. A significant tech progression in diagnostic imaging are nuclear imaging systems with low-dose ionizing radiation, resulting in decreased effects of radiation on patients as well as technicians.  

Another key tech progression in this domain is the emergence of low-dose automated CT scanners. These devices provide superior images with enhanced spatial resolution and low exposure to radiation. 

It is due to the increasing elderly population in North America, the demand for diagnostic imaging systems is on the rise. This trend will continue in the years to come as well. 

SOURCE: P&S Intelligence