Lewes, DE -- (ReleaseWire) -- 08/01/2014 -- The economic downturn has been a continued concern within the diagnostic imaging market; however the ultrasound imaging market has only been partially affected, as these systems are less capital-intensive than other diagnostic imaging modalities. However, since the ultrasound imaging market is a mature one, growth in developed markets such as the US and European Union (EU) is limited due to a saturation in the presence of ultrasound systems, which in turn limits the amount of growth that can be experienced in these regions.
The market growth for ultrasound imaging in the US and EU is heavily dependent on the replacement of Request Sample Pages already existing systems because, as is the case in most of the developed countries, the capacity for new installations is limited. As the US and EU economies recover, it can be expected that the equipment will be replaced.
However, at this point in time, the key opinion leaders (KOLs) that Publisher interviewed for this report indicated that not all equipment is replaced at the end of the average product lifecycle, negatively affecting the sales in the US and EU markets.
In addition, there is a further trickling down of ultrasound imaging features and systems to contend with that will negatively affect sales in the US and EU. For example, previously used high-end systems may be replaced with low-end or mid-range systems. On the other hand, the obsolescence of black and white–only systems is expected in some countries over the forecast period, which translates to increased sales with of color systems. For example, in Germany, black and white systems in either stand-alone or portable form are expected to account for around only $1m of the total revenue of this region by 2019.
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