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Wide Field Imaging Systems Market Volume Analysis, size, share and Key Trends 2016-2026

Press Release   •   Jan 25, 2017 02:20 EST

Wide Field Imaging Systems Market Share

Fundus photography and fluorescein angiography have long served to aid ophthalmologists in evaluation, management and documentation of various eye related disorders but limits its ability to deliver significant imaging results. Majority of the eye related disorders such as diabetic retinopathy, hypersensitive retinopathy and ocular ischemic syndrome affects the entire retina. In such cases, use of wide field imaging systems has evolved as a remarkable technology expanding its ability to image the entire retina gaining a new understanding of the role of such technologies in the management of various kinds of retinal disorders. Typical fundus camera captures 30 to 50 degree views of retina and optic nerve compared to wide field imaging system that can deliver 100-200 degrees to the periphery or beyond equator revealing pathologies such as ischemia or neurovascular proliferation that cannot be identified using standard techniques such as angiography. Wide field imaging systems demonstrates its extended applications in retinopathy pathologies particularly of ascular nature including diabetic retinopathy, retinal vein occlusion, retinal vasculitis, choroidial masses and retinopathy of prematurity.

For instance, Optos 200Tx, manufactured by Dunfermline, is an ultra-wide field imaging system imaging system, which produces a 200 degrees view of the retina. The system utilizes a combined scanning laser ophthalmoscopy (SLO) with mirror to obtain images of the retinal periphery eliminating the need for bright illumination lighting or a contact lens, and in some patients, pupillary dilation. Many others companies such as Visunex Medical Systems is engaged in developing the best wide field systems for preserving healthy vision for all newborn babies across the world. Approximately four millions children’s are born in the U.S. each year. Newborn vision screening is clinically important in evaluating retinopathy of prematurity (ROP) and retinoblastoma (RB) which are life-threatening and can lead to newborn vision loss.

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Wide Field Imaging Systems Market: Drivers and Restraints

Advances in ophthalmology and growing demand for more efficient and revolutionary imaging techniques to detect and monitor clinically relevant peripheral changes such as micro-aneurysm, neovascularization and perivascular leakage are some of the factors expected to drive the growth of global wide field imaging systems market. Increasing prevalence of several eye related disorders such as diabetic retinopathy, retinal vein occlusion, pediatric retinal diseases, hemoglobinopathy and uveitis are also contributing towards increasing demand for efficient imaging techniques among ophthalmologists. High cost of the equipment and lack of awareness among patients as well as clinicians regarding the use of the system is expected to hamper the overall market growth of wide field view system in the near future.

Wide Field Imaging Systems Market: Segmentation

The global wide field imaging systems market has been classified on the basis of application, end user and geography.

Based on application, the global wide field imaging systems market is divided into following:

  • Diabetic Retinopathy
  • Retinal Vein Occlusion
  • Choroidal Melanoma
  • Retinopathy of Prematurity
  • Hemoglobinopathy
  • Uveitis
  • Others

Based on the end user type, the global wide field imaging systems is divided into following:

  • Hospitals
  • Ophthalmic Clinics
  • Ambulatory Surgical Centers

Wide Field Imaging Systems Market: Overview

Diabetic retinopathy application type segment accounts for the largest market share in the global market for wide field imaging system attributed to its increasing prevalence. Over 7.7 million people across the globe suffer from diabetic retinopathy estimated by National Eye Institute, 2014. However, early detection, timely treatment, and appropriate follow-up care can reduce the risk of severe vision loss by 95%. Additionally FDA clearance of revolutionary wide field imaging systems for vision screening for all newborn infants across the globe. Clinical data suggests that vision disorders may affect between 10 -20% of all newborns globally. New applications of wide field imaging technology are soon expected to be available to integrate into large volume routine clinical practice. The technology is expected to transform the way of diagnosis and management of various eye disorders.

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Wide Field Imaging Systems Market: Regional Overview

Region wise, the global wide filed imaging systems market is classified into regions namely, North America, Latin America, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Asia-Pacific, Japan, Middle East and Africa.North America leads the global wide filed imaging systems market followed by Europe. A large number of hospitals are now integrating the technology due to its extended application in detecting various eye disorders by imaging the entire retina. Also continuous rise in prevalence of various eye related disoders are also boosting the revenue generation in the region. FDA approval of such devices is also contributing towards the increasing adoption of such devices across various countries.

Smart Contact Lens: Key Players

Some of the key players in global wide filed imaging systems market are Heidelberg Engineering, Inc., Visunex Medical Systems, Inc., Jobson Medical Information LLC, Optos Inc., ZEISS International, Siemens etc.

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