DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Veterinary Imaging Market Analysis By Product (Instrument, Reagents, Services, PACS), By Animal Type, By End-use, By Application, And Segment Forecasts, 2014 - 2025" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
The global veterinary imaging market is expected to reach USD 3.27 billion by 2025.
The veterinary medicine field experienced immense technological developments in the last 20 years. Various technologies of human medical practice are being adopted for diagnosis and treatment of animals. Advancements in technologies are expected to fuel growth. For instance, launch of portable imaging equipment with battery charge is propelling the adoption of these systems in the following years.
University of Pennsylvania's School of Veterinary Medicine was the first to use EQUIMAGINE, a diagnostic tool for horses. This device has 2 imaging C-arms that help in scanning all body parts of a horse. It also captures 2D CT images. This system is also currently being used in the diagnosis of diseases that affect horses.
- Increasing prevalence of zoonotic diseases
- Rising number of pet owners & veterinary practitioners
- Rising demand for imaging devices
- Technological advancements
- High cost of imaging devices
Key Topics Covered:
Chapter 1 Research Methodology
Chapter 2 Executive Summary
Chapter 3 Veterinary Imaging Market Variables, Trends & Scope
Chapter 4 Veterinary Imaging Market: Product Estimates & Trend Analysis
Chapter 5 Veterinary Imaging Market: Animal Type Estimates & Trend Analysis
Chapter 6 Veterinary Imaging Market: End-use Estimates & Trend Analysis
Chapter 7 Veterinary Imaging Market: Regional Estimates & Trend Analysis, by Product, Animal Type, Application, and End-use
Chapter 8 Competitive Landscape
- IDEXX Laboratories Inc.
- Esaote SpA
- GE Healthcare
- Universal Medical Systems Inc.
- Hallmarq Veterinary Imaging Ltd.
- VetZ Ltd
- Carestream Health INC.
- SUNI Medical Imaging Inc.
- FUJIFILM Holdings America Corporation
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