Computed Tomography (CT): Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2013 to 2018

Computed Tomography (CT): Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2013 to 2018

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Published On : February  2013
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WinterGreen Research announces that it has published a new study Computed Tomography (CT) Market Shares, Strategy, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2013 to 2018. The 2013 study has 412 pages, 185 tables and figures. Worldwide markets are poised to achieve continuing growth as CT gains significant new imaging clarity.

CT imaging is useful for healthcare therapeutic decision-making. Infarctions caused by stroke and extensive bleeding are types of conditions imaged. Subarachnoid hemorrhage and a ruptured aneurysm are imaged. Seeing the conditions clearly makes a huge difference in choosing between different treatment options. CT is a primary diagnostic tool in oncology. It is used to detect cancer, for oncologic treatment follow-up and in assessing the lung diseases. In emergency care, CT has become the primary test for trauma, stroke or chest pain.

According to Susan Eustis, lead author of the study, "Superior image quality brings clinical improvement. Physicians are thrilled when they can see what is going on so much more clearly. Market leaders in the higher-slice segments have proven superior image quality. They have pressure to prove they can incorporate effective dose-reduction techniques while maintaining image quality. High end imaging modalities require advanced image management and archival systems. The diagnostic outcome of molecular imaging is made available to clinicians. Healthcare IT and molecular imaging exploit the advantage of systems. Effective distribution of images to clinicians is needed. Integration with electronic medical records is critical."

This growth is driven in part by the growing popularity of independent diagnostic centers, which are increasing in number due to patient demand and the relatively low set-up cost compared to a full, multi-disciplinary hospital.

Other drivers of growth include the increasing demands from governments for high quality healthcare delivery that is supported with CT imaging. Significant advances in imaging technologies promise to improve wellness through earlier and more accurate detection of medical conditions.

Aging population and increase in the chronic disease, congestive heart failure and diabetes in the population are considered as the main drivers of the imaging market in the developed nations. Obesity and use of statins are primary drives of chronic diseases. Lack of exercise and lack of good nutrition are underlying causes of obesity. A rising fiscal deficit is expected to inhibit the growth of CT in the developed nations.

CT scans help physicians determine whether curative or palliative treatment is the best course of treatment. CT works for patients for esophageal cancer. The CT market is shaped by instruments capable of high scanning speed. High scanning speed reduces examination time and radiation exposure for patients. CT is useful for managing increasing rates of cardiovascular disease and cancer. In the face of a population explosion worldwide demand for healthcare has created a need for screening and early diagnosis of cardiovascular disease and cancer conditions.

CT imaging radiation dose continues to be an area of concern. The industry continues to try to reduce exposure while ensuring image quality. Recent studies have centered on the correct dose for children and the obese. Worldwide, research is going to improve the current technology of CT. Two topics are the focus of clinical research: reduced radiation, and evaluation of the hemodynamic significance of coronary stenosis.

Growth comes as more emphasis is put on early diagnosis and prevention of disease. Heart failure patients can benefit from better imaging.

Computed tomography scanner markets are driven by the trend towards multi-slice scanners, the global market for computed tomography scanners is expected to post a modest growth rate. The global market for CT scanners was valued at $3.7 billion in 2012. Total market value is expected to reach $6 billion by 2019.

Companies Profiled

Market Leaders

Siemens
General Electric / General Electric Healthcare / GE
Hitachi
Neurologica Corp.
Philips
Toshiba 

Market Participants

Acceleware
Analogic
Barco NV
Esaote Group
Neusoft Medical Systems
OptiMedica
Samsung Medison / Medison America
Shimadzu
Steris Corporation
TomTec Imaging Systems GmbH
Unfors RaySafe

Check Out These Key Topics

Computed Tomography
CT Imaging
Computed Tomography Market Share
Computed Tomography Market Forecasts
CT Market Share
CT Market Forecasts
Imaging Radiation Dose
64-Slice CT Equipment
Medical Imaging Quality
High Resolution Medical Imaging
CT scans
Multi-Slice CT Imaging
Computed Tomography (CT) Technology Development Workflow
CT Key Trends
Cardiac CT
Oncology CT
High End imaging

Computed Tomography (CT) Market Shares and Forecasts

Computed Tomography CT Market Driving Forces

Computed Tomography CT Diagnostic Support Capability

Computed Tomography CT Market Challenges

Computed Tomography CT Market Shares

Computed Tomography CT Scanner Market Forecasts

Computed Tomography CT Scanner Market Forecasts, Dollars



1. Computed Tomography (CT) Market Description and Market Dynamics

1.1 CT Dynamics

1.2 CT Produces A Volume Of Data

1.2.1 CT Market Targets Iterative Reconstruction, Dose Reduction

1.3 PPACA Imaging Provisions: Contiguous Body Part Reduction and Change in Utilization Assumption

1.4 Leading Causes of Death in US

1.4.1 US Number of Deaths By Cause, 2009 and 2011

1.4.2 CT / PET Medical Imaging Industry US Installed Base

1.5 US Total Number Of Procedures Performed

1.6 The Rules Of CT Imaging Have Changed

1.6.1 CT Imaging Is Changing The Way Clinicians Diagnose Cardiac Disease

1.7 Spatial Resolution

1.8 GE Healthcare Veo Low Dose Model-Based Iterative Reconstruction Product

1.9 Computed Tomography Care Settings

1.9.1 Shimadzu Background of CT Development

1.10 World Economy Undergoing A Transformation

1.10.1  Global Economic Conditions:

1.10.2  Global Economy Becomes Steadily More Sluggish

1.10.3  Global Economic Conditions Impact Markets



2. Computed Tomography (CT) Market Shares and Forecasts

2.1 Computed Tomography CT Market Driving Forces

2.1.1 Computed Tomography CT Diagnostic Support Capability

2.1.2 Computed Tomography CT Market Challenges

2.2 Computed Tomography CT Market Shares

2.2.1 Global 20- To 40-Slice CT Equipment Market Shares

2.2.2 Global 64-Slice CT Equipment Market Shares

2.2.3 General Electric Computed Tomography

2.2.4 Computed Tomography (CT) Market Shares, 16 Slice and Under Market

2.2.5 GE Discovery* CT750 HD Computed Tomography and Other Models

2.2.6 Computed Tomography (CT) Market Shares, 64 Slice

2.2.7 Siemens CT

2.2.8 Siemens CT SOMATOM Emotion

2.2.9 Philips iCT Scalable Platform

2.2.10  CT Breakthroughs in Cardiac

2.2.11  Hitachi

2.2.12  Neusoft Medical

2.2.13  Analogic

2.3 Computed Tomography CT Scanner Market Forecasts

2.3.1 Computed Tomography CT Scanner Market Forecasts, Dollars

2.3.1 Computer Tomography CT Installed Base

2.3.2 Computed Tomography (CT) Market Forecasts, Units

2.3.3 Computed Tomography (CT) 20 to 40 Slice Units,

2.3.4 Computed Tomography (CT) 64 Slice Market Forecasts

2.3.5 Computed Tomography (CT) Greater Than 64 Slice Market Forecasts

2.3.6 16 Slice and Under CT Market Forecasts

2.3.7 Computed Tomography (CT) Technology Development Workflow

2.3.8 Computed Tomography CT Scanner Market Forecasts, Units

2.3.9 Pediatric CT

2.3.10  Computer Tomography CT Key Trends

2.3.11  Computer Tomography CT High ROI

2.3.12  Computer Tomography CT Applications

2.3.13  Hospitals Improve Productivity to Manage Volume of Outpatient and Emergency CT Procedures

2.4 Global Diagnostic Imaging Market

2.4.1 Radiation Delivery Modes

2.4.2 Global Diagnostic Imaging

2.4.3 MRI

2.5 CT Scanning ROI

2.5.1 Multi-Core CT ROI

2.5.2 Market For Contrast Agents

2.6 Computed Tomography CT Scanner Prices

2.6.1 Medicare Spending On Non-Invasive Diagnostic Imaging

2.6.2 US Obamacare Health Reform Legislation 2012

2.7 CMS CT Payment Revisions

2.7.1 CMS Medicare Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS)

2.8 CT Applications

2.8.1 Testing Facility Location:  Test Type, Average CT Scan Cost

2.8.2 Electron Beam CT Scan

2.9 Computed Tomography CT Scanner Regional Market Analysis

2.9.1 United States Market For Computed Tomography (CT) Scanning Systems

2.9.2 China

2.9.3 India

2.9.4 Emerging Markets

2.9.5 BRIC Nations (Brazil, Russia, India, and China)

2.9.6 Europe

2.9.7 GE Healthcare Addressing Radiology Challenges in Europe

2.9.8 Philips Regional Healthcare Trends

2.9.9 Siemens Temporal Resolution Of Dual Source Flagship Products

2.9.10  Shimadzu Global Positioning



3. Computed Tomography (CT) Product Description

3.1 GE

3.1.1 GE Gemstone* CT Spectral imaging (GSI)

3.1.2 GE CT Spatial Resolution

3.1.3 GE Expands The Reach Of CT To Patients Throughout The World

3.1.4 GE Latest Dose-Lowering Advancement Veo

3.1.5 GE CT Captures High Definition Images

3.1.6 GE Gemstone Spectral Imaging

3.1.7 GE Thoracic VCAR

3.1.8 Spectral CT Myelography

3.1.9 Society of Gastrointestinal Radiology Abdominal Radiology

3.1.10  GE Brivo* CT325§ Reverse Innovation CT Scanner

3.1.11  GE Gemstone Spectral Imaging (GSI) Dual-Energy Scan Mode

3.1.12  GE Pulmonary Embolism GSI-Generated Iodine Maps

3.1.13  GE GSI Tissue Characterization

3.1.14  Gemstone Spectral Imaging

3.1.15  GE spectral CT for Oncology

3.1.16  GE GSI to Assess Renal Stones And Lymph Nodes

3.1.17  GE Low-Dose CT

3.1.18  GE ASiR Routine Imaging

3.2 Siemens Computed Tomography

3.2.1 Siemens Somatom CT Neuro Imaging

3.2.2 Siemens CT Clinical Offerings

3.2.3 Siemens CT Oncology Solutions

3.2.4 Siemens CT Spiral Dual Energy Scanning, SOMATOM® Definition

3.2.5 Siemens CT Angiography for Safe Discharge of Patients with Possible Acute Coronary Syndromes”

3.2.6 Siemens Computed Tomography - Multislice CT

3.3 Philips Computed Tomography

3.3.1 Philips CT Workflow Solutions

3.3.2 Philips Brilliance CT

3.3.3 Philips Multislice CT Scanning

3.3.4 Philips iDose4 Premium Package – Premium image quality

3.3.5 Philips CT Serves Value Segment

3.3.6 Philips CT Innovation

3.3.7 Philips Computed Tomography Oncology Imaging

3.3.8 Philips Vascular CT Imaging

3.3.9 Philips Cardiology Imaging

3.3.10  Philips CT Break Throughs in Cardiac Imaging

3.3.11  Philips CT Cancer Detection

3.3.12  Philips CT Neurologic Diagnosis

3.4 Toshiba Aquilion CT Computed Tomography

3.4.1 Toshiba CT AIDR 3D Product Line

3.4.2 Toshiba AIDR 3D - Reduces Dose and Improves Image Quality

3.4.3 Toshiba Adaptive Iterative Dose Reduction CT Integrated Into SUREExposure3D — AIDR 3D

3.4.4 Toshiba Adaptive Iterative Dose Reduction integrated into Exposure3D — AIDR 3D

3.4.5 Toshiba Boost 3D®

3.4.6 Toshiba Quantum Denoising Software (QDS)

3.4.7 Toshiba Aquilion RXL 16-detector row CT system

3.4.8 Toshiba Aquilion 16

3.4.9 Toshiba Aquilion 16 Dose Reduction Technologies

3.4.10  Toshiba Aquilion LB Largest True Field-Of-View

3.4.11  Toshiba QuantumPlus

3.5 Hitachi CT

3.5.1 Hitachi CT ECLOS16™

3.5.2 Hitachi Eclos CT Image Gallery

3.5.3 Hitachi CT Innovation

3.6 Pie Medical Imaging CT Modules

3.6.1 Pie Medical Imaging 3mensio Mitral Valve

3.6.2 Pie Medical Imaging 3mensio Vascular

3.7 Analogic Computed Tomography Equipment Technology for OEMs

3.7.1 Analogic Data Management Systems – Advanced Detectors + DASs (Data Acquisition Systems)

3.8 Shimadzu

3.8.1 Shimadzu inspeXio SMX-100CT Microfocus X-Ray CT System View High-Magnification 3D Images of Plastics,Bones, Fuel Cells, and Other Soft Materials

3.8.2 Shimadzu Features of CT Product

3.8.3 Shimadzu CT Scan Area 3D Display Function

3.8.4 Shimadzu Multiple Safety Functions

3.8.5 Shimadzu Examples of Image Data

3.9 Neusoft Medical

3.10 OptiMedica



4. Computed Tomography (CT) Technology

4.1 Medical Imaging Markets: Contrast Agents

4.2 CT in Pediatrics

4.2.1 Immediate Measures to Minimize CT Radiation Exposure in Children

4.2.2 CT in Pediatrics:  Primary Diagnostic Tool In Oncology

4.2.3 CT as Diagnostic Tool

4.3 CT for Oncology

4.3.1 GE spectral CT for Oncology

4.3.2 CT for Lymphoma

4.4 Pulmonary Embolism

4.4.1 GE Pulmonary Embolism GSI-Generated Iodine Maps

4.5 CPT Codes for 3D Rendering Services

4.5.1 CPT Computerized Tomography (CT) Scanning Procedures

4.5.2 CT Reimbursement

4.6 Costs For PET And PET/CT

4.7 Reimbursement Decisions Require Assessment Of Economic Benefit

4.7.1 CT Economic Evaluation

4.7.2 Measurement of Treatment Costs

4.7.3 Measurement of Effectiveness

4.8 Issues in International Health Policy

4.9 IBM Watson



5. Computed Tomography (CT) Company Description

5.1 Acceleware

5.1.1 Acceleware HPC Software

5.1.2 Acceleware HPC Consulting Services

5.1.3 Acceleware GPU Programming Training

5.1.4 Acceleware Target Markets

5.1.5 Acceleware Electromagnetic Solvers

5.1.6 Acceleware AxRecon™

5.2 Analogic

5.2.1 Analogic Production and Test Facilities

5.3 Barco NV

5.3.1 Barco NVHealthcare

5.4 Esaote Group

5.4.1 Esaote in the World

5.4.2 Esaote / Pie Medical Imaging

5.4.3 Esaote acquired 3mensio Medical Imaging

5.5 GE Healthcare

5.5.1 GE Revenue

5.5.2 General Electric GE Plans To Make Medical Technology Acquisitions In Germany

5.5.3 GE Broad Expertise In Medical

5.5.4 GE Healthcare Product P&Ls

5.5.5 GE Healthcare Systems

5.5.6 GE Life Sciences Business

5.5.7 GE’s Key Care Areas:  Cardiology

5.5.8 GE’s Key Care Areas:  Neurology

5.5.9 GE’s Key Care Areas:  Emergency Medicine

5.5.10  GE’s Key Care Areas:  Oncology

5.5.11  GE’s Key Care Areas:  Women’s Health

5.5.12  GE Healthcare Leads the Diagnostic Imaging Market

5.5.13  GE Healthcare Intends To Acquire CAT (Computer Axial Tomography) Scan and MRI Technology Company.

5.6 Hitachi

5.6.1 Hitachi Medical Systems America, Inc.

5.6.2 Hitachi Health Canada approval for the Scenaria 64-slice CT System

5.6.3 Hitachi Oasis MR Product Line

5.6.4 Hitachi Ultrasound

5.7 Neurologica Corp.

5.7.1 STERIS Corporation and NeuroLogica Corp. Collaboration

5.7.2 BodyTom® For Neurosurgical Solutions

5.7.3 STERIS Delivers Custom-Designed High-Definition Integrated Surgical Suites

5.8 Neusoft Medical Systems

5.9 OptiMedica

5.9.1 OptiMedica Financing

5.9.2 OptiMedica Femtosecond Laser Technology

5.9.3 OptiMedica Catalys Next Generation Laser CataractSurgery Platform

5.10 Philips

5.10.1  Philips CT Strategy

5.10.2  Philips Key Strategies

5.10.3  Philips Innovative Solutions At The Core of CT Strategy

5.10.4  Philips Computed Tomography (CT) CT Sales Campaigns

5.10.5  Philips’ Outcome-Focused Sales And Marketing Strategy

5.10.6  Philips Diversified Health And Well-Being Company

5.10.7  Philips Revenue

5.10.8  Philips Addresses Healthcare Challenges

5.10.9  Phiips Visicu

5.10.10  Philips Addresses Healthcare Landscape

5.10.11  Philips/Respironics Monitoring Solution Powered By Cinterion TC65i:

5.10.12  Philips Sales Growth by Geographic Cluster

5.10.13  Philips Sales by Operating Sector 2011

5.10.14  Royal Philips Electronics / Respironics

5.10.15  Philips Respironics

5.10.16  Philips Respironics

5.11 Samsung Medison / Medison America

5.12 Shimadzu

5.12.1  Shimadzu inspeXio SMX-100CT Microfocus X-Ray CT System View High-Magnification 3D Images of Plastics,Bones, Fuel Cells, and Other Soft Materials

5.12.2  Shimadzu iCT Product Features

5.12.3  Shimadzu CT Scan Area 3D Display Function

5.12.4  Shimadzu Multiple Safety Functions

5.13 Siemens

5.13.1  Siemens Computed Tomography - Multislice CT

5.13.2  Siemens Financial Transparency

5.13.3  Siemens Urban Development Center – The Crystal – In London - Exhibition Dedicated To Cities

5.13.4  Siemens No. 1 in Sustainability – Carbon Disclosure

5.13.5  Siemens Q3 2012: Revenue Growth in Challenging Markets

5.13.6  Siemens Financial Highlights:

5.13.7  Siemens Supplies 300 Offshore Wind Turbines to DONG Energy –

5.14 STERIS Corporation

5.15 TomTec Imaging Systems GmbH

5.15.1  GE Healthcare and TomTec Imaging Systems GmbH Strategic Cooperation Contract

5.15.2  TomTec Imaging Systems GmbH the FDA 510(k) Clearance For Image-Com 5 Software Solution

5.15.3  TomTec 2D Cardiac Performance Analysis MR©* Software Solution For Cardiac MR to Analyze Myocardial Function And Deformation

5.16 Toshiba

5.16.1  Toshiba Medical Systems

5.16.2  Toshiba America Medical Systems

5.17 Unfors RaySafe

5.18 Market Participants - CT Sytstems



List of Tables



Table ES-1 Computed Tomography CT Medical Conditions Imaged

Table ES-2 Computed Tomography CT Market Driving Forces

Table ES-3 Computed Tomography CT Market Challenges

Figure ES-4 Computed Tomography (CT) Market Shares, Dollars,  2012

Figure ES-5 Computed Tomography (CT) Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2013-2019

Table 1-1 CT Scan Is Medical Imaging Dynamics

Figure 1-2 Beir VII:  Health Risks from Exposure to Low Levels of Ionizing Radiation

Figure 1-3 CT Definition

Figure 1-4 Computed Tomography CT Utilization

Figure 1-5 Leading Causes of Death in US

Figure 1-6 US CDC Leading Cause of Death

Figure 1-7 CT / PET Medical Imaging Industry US Installed Base

Figure 1-8 US Total Number Of Procedures Performed

Figure 1-9 Improvements in Computer Tomography CT Spatial Resolution

Table 2-1 Computed Tomography CT Medical Conditions Imaged

Table 2-2 Computed Tomography CT Market Driving Forces

Table 2-3 Computed Tomography CT Market Challenges

Figure 2-4 Computed Tomography (CT) Market Shares, Dollars,  2012

Table 2-5 Computed Tomography (CT) Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2012

Figure 2-6 Computed Tomography (CT) Market Shares, 20 to 40 Slice Market, Dollars, 2012

Table 2-7 Computed Tomography (CT) Market Shares, 20 to 40 Slice Market, Dollars, Worldwide, 2012

Figure 2-8 Computed Tomography (CT) Market Shares, 16 Slice and Under Market , Dollars, Worldwide, 2012

Table 2-9 Computed Tomography (CT) Market Shares, 16 Slice and Under Market, Dollars, Worldwide, 2012

Figure 2-10 Computed Tomography (CT) Market Shares, 64 Slice Market , Dollars, Worldwide, 2012

Table 2-11 Siemens CT Positioning

Figure 2-12 Philips Technology Positioning

Figure 2-13 Philips CT Breakthroughs in Cardiac

Figure 2-14 Philips Outpatient Imaging Volume 2012

Figure 2-15 Computed Tomography (CT) Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2013-2019

Table 2-16 Computed Tomography Market Forecasts, 16 Slice and Under, 20 to 40 Slice, 64 Slice, and Greater Than 64 Slice Market Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2013-2019

Table 2-17 Computed Tomography Market Installed Base, 16 Slice and Under, 20 to 40 Slice, 64 Slice, and Greater Than 64 Slice Market, Units and Percent Penetration, Worldwide, 2013-2019

Figure 2-18 Computed Tomography (CT) Market Froecasts, Units, Worldwide 2013 to 2019

Figure 2-19 Computed Tomography (CT) 20 to 40 Slice Market Forecasts  Dollars, Worldwide, 2013-2019

Figure 2-20 Computed Tomography (CT) 64 Slice Market Forecasts, Worldwide, 2013-2019

Figure 2-21 Computed Tomography (CT) Greater Than 64 Slice Market Forecasts, Worldwide, 2013-2019

Figure 2-22 16 Slice and Under CT Market Forecasts, Dollars,Worldwide, 2013-2019

Figure 2-23 Computed Tomography (CT) Technology Development Workflow

Figure 2-24 Factors Impacting Growth of Clinical Medical Imaging in the United States

Figure 2-25 Imaging Systems Path to Value

Table 2-26 Impact of Decrease In Capital Spending on CT Markets

Figure 2-27 CMS Changes to Payments for Scans

Figure 2-28 Computed Tomography (CT) Regional Market Segments, Dollars,  2012

Table 2-29 Computed Tomography (CT) Regional Market Segments, 2012

Figure 2-30 Philips Healthcare Trends

Figure 2-31 Philips Healthcare Market Conditions

Figure 2-32 Philips Investing in Growth Geographies

Figure 3-1 GE Discovery CT750 HD Offers High Image Quality And Multiple Dose Reduction

Figure 3-2 GE CT High Definition Image Resolution

Table 3-3 GE Thoracic VCAR Key Features:

Figure 3-4 GE Thoracic Lung CT Images

Figure 3-5 GE Brivo CT325

Figure 3-6 GE GSI iodine map

Figure 3-7 GE GSI Small Embolus Inside The Corresponding Segmental Branch Of The Left Pulmonary Artery

Figure 3- 8 GE CT Image Quality Affected Lymph Node Of The Neck

Figure 3- 9 GE CT Image Quality Affected Lymph Node Of The porta pulmonis

Figure 3- 10 GE CT Image Quality Affected Lymph Node Of The Mediastina

Figure 3- 11 GE CT Image Quality: Affected Node Of The Spleen

Figure 3- 12 GE CT Skeletal Image Quality

Figure 3- 13 GE CT Image Quality Artifact From Metal Instrumentation Reduction

Figure 3-14 GE ASiR Maintains Image Quality By Reducing Noise And Dose -

Figure 3-15 Siemens SOMATOM® CT

Table 3-16 Siemens SOMATOM® Upgrade In CT

Table 3-17 Siemens CT Products

Figure 3-18 Siemens Somatom Head Scan

Figure 3-19 Siemens SOMATOM Head CT Scan

Figure 3-20 Siemens CT Neuro imaging

Table 3-21 Siemens CT Offerings

Figure 3-22 Siemens CT Spiral Dual Energy Scanning, SOMATOM

Figure 3-23 'CT Angiography for Safe Discharge of Patients with Possible Acute Coronary Syndromes”

Figure 3-24 Philips CT Scanners

Figure 3-25 Philips Ingenuity CT High Image Quality Scanning With Low Dose

Figure 3-26 Philips Brilliance CT 64-Channel

Table 3-27 Philips iCT Technical Advances:

Figure 3-28 Philips CT iDose Image Quality Enhancement Demonstration

Figure 3-29 Philips Brilliance iCT

Figure 3-30 Philips CT Serves Value Segment

Figure 3-31 Philips New Products in the Last Two Years Represent 45% of 2012 Sales

Figure 3-32 Philips Innovation in CT

Figure 3-33 Philips Radiology Share Gain Aim

Figure 3-34 Philips Computer Tomography CT High Image Quality

Figure 3-35 Philips Computed Tomography Oncology Imaging

Figure 3-36 Philips CT Innovation in Oncology

Figure 3-37 Philips Vascular CT Imaging

Figure 3-38 Philips CT Images

Figure 3-39 Philips Cardiology Imaging

Figure3-40 Philips CT Breakthroughs in Cardiac Imaging

Figure 3-41 Philips CT Cancer Detection

Figure 3-42 Philips CT Cancer Diagnosis

Figure 3-43 Philips CT Neurologic Diagnosis

Table 3-44 Toshiba Aquilion CT Scanner Models

Table 3-45 Toshiba Aquilion CT Scanners

Figure 3-46 Toshiba Aquilion CT Computed Tomography For Different Medical Specialties 

Table 3-47 Toshiba Aquilion CT Scanner Models

Figure 3-48 Toshiba Images from AIDR CT Imaging

Figure 3-49 Toshiba Encore VeloCT Upgrade

Figure 3-50 Toshiba CT Technology Aquilion ONE

Table 3-51 Toshiba CT technology Changing Clinical Pathways

Figure 3-52 Toshiba CT Coverage

Figure 3-53 Toshiba CT Ability To Capture Whole Organs In A Single Rotation

Figure 3-54 Toshiba Aquilion CT Premium Technology

Figure 3-55 Toshiba Detector Upgrade to 320

Figure 3-55 Toshiba Aquilion 64

Figure 3-56 Toshiba Boost 3D®

Figure 3-57 Toshiba CT Imaging

Figure 3-58 Toshiba cardiac.Aquilion 32

Figure 3-59 Toshiba CT Peripheral Vascular Disease and Thoracic CTA Images

Figure 3-60 Toshiba Quantum De-noising Software (QDS) Before and After Imaging

Table 3-61 Toshiba Aquilion RXL Accuracy and Integrated Efficiency

Table 3-62 Toshiba Aquilion 16CT System Functions and Technology

Table 3-63 Toshiba Aquilion 16CT System Selected Images Brain GBM

Figure 3-64 Toshiba Aquilion 16 Density Effects

Figure 3-65 Toshiba Aquilion LB Largest True Field-Of-View

Figure 3-66 Toshiba QuantumPlus Features

Figure 3-67 Toshiba QuantumPlus  Positiions

Table 3-68 Toshiba Aquilion LB Leading Edge Oncology Technplogy

Figure 3-69 Hitachi Computed Tomography

Table 3-70 Hitachi CT Positioning

Figure 3-71 Hitachi CT ECLOS16™

Figure 3-72 Hitachi ECLOS16™ Multi-Slice Non-Cardiac CT

Figure 3-73 Hitachi ECLOS16 Target Markets

Figure 3-74 Hitachi ECLOS16 Advantages

Figure 3-76 Hitachi ECLOS16 Images

Figure 3- 77 Hitachi Eclos Image

Figure 3-78 Pie Medical Imaging CT modules Key Product Features:

Table 3-79 Pie Medical Imaging Key Benefits of CAAS and 3mensio:

Table 3-80 Pie Medical Imaging Key CT Product Features:

Table 3-81 Pie Medical Imaging 3mensio Mitral Valve Key Product Features:

Table 3-82 Pie Medical Imaging 3mensio Vascular Key Product Features

Figure 3-83 Analogic Data Management Systems – Advanced detectors + DASs (data acquisition systems)

Table 3-84 Analogic CT technology Portfolio

Table 3-85 Analogic PowerLink™ – Scalable, Next-Generation

Figure 3-86 Shimadzu  CT Image Definition

Figure 3-87 Shimadzu Fibers and Base Materials

Figure 3-88 Shimadzu Mouse Femur Message

Figure 3-89 Neusoft Medical is a leading manufacturer of medical equipment

Figure 4-1 Philips Comprehensive Imaging Portfolio

Table 4-2 US Medicare Reimbursement CPT Codes

Figure 4-3 Healthcare Spending Per Capita by Country

Figure 4-4 International Comparison of Spending on Health 1980-2008

Figure 4-5 Supply, Use and Price of Diagnostic Imaging in OECD Countries.

Table 5-1 Acceleware Distribution Partners

Table 5-2 Acceleware Target Markets

Table 5-3 Acceleware Customers

Figure 5-4 Analogic Worldwide Installation of Medical and Security Imaging Products

Figure 5-5 Analogic Engineering Innovation

Table 5-6 Barco NV Target Markets

Figure 5-7 GE CT Workflow Definition

Figure 5-8 GE CT Targets End-toEnd Workflow Products

Figure 5-9 Hitachi Magnetic Resonance (MR) Imaging Systems

Figure 5-10 Hitachi Magnetic Resonance (MR) Imaging Systems Uses

Figure 5-11 Hitachi Ultrasound

Figure 5-12 Neusoft Medical Systems Headquarters

Figure 5-13 Neusoft Medical Systems CT Scanners

Figure 5-14 Neusoft Medical Systems Manufacturing

Figure 5-15 OptiMedica Laser Cataract Surgery Device

Figure 5-16 Philips Product Cycle Positioning

Table 5-17 Philips Patient Focus

Figure 5-18 Philips Financial Metrics in North America

Figure 5-19 Philips Financial Metrics in North America Show Accelerating Market Participation

Figure 5-20 Philips Strategy

Figure 5-21 Philips Accelerating Rate of Product Creation

Table 5-22 Philips Patient Focus

Figure 5-23 Philips Key Strategies

Figure 5-24 Philips Key Imaging Strategies

Figure 5-25 Philips Assessment of Healthcare Macro Trends

Figure 5-26 Philips Healthcare Leveraging LCC Industrial Footprint

Figure 5-27 Philips Healthcare Customer-Centric Portfolio

Table 5-28 Philips CT Channel Expansion, Expansion of Product Scope And Breadth Of Offerings

Table 5-29 Philips Dynamic CT Channel Expansion Strategy

Figure 5-30 Philips CT Advanced Applications

Figure 5-31 Philips Imaging Markets by Region and Modality

Figure 5-32 Philips CT Procedure Growth in US

Table 5-33 Philips CT Key Sales and Marketing Steps

Table 5-34 Philips CT Key Marketing Campaigns

Figure 5-35 Philips Leverages the Channel with Synergies

Figure 5-36 Philips CT Line of Business Synergies

Figure 5-37 Philips Estimate of Global CT Market

Figure 5-38 Philips Gaining Share And  Leadership in Emerging Markets

Figure 5-39 Philips Delivering Margin Improvement and Decreasing ManufacturinOverhead

Figure 5-40 Philips Healthcare Information Systems Market Shares

Figure 5-41 Shimadzu CT Unit

Figure 5-42 Shimadzu i CT Product Previous Functionality and New Functionality

Figure 5-43 Siemens Somatom Computed Tomography CT

Table 5-44 TomTec Imaging Systems Core Values

Figure 5-45 Toshiba CT Scan Roadmap for Dose Reduction



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