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Japan Market Report for Surgical Robotics Systems 2017; New Report Launched

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Updated 8:25 PM CST, Wed, March 08,2017

Market Research Reports, Inc. has announced the addition of “Japan Market Report for Surgical Robotics Systems 2017 - MedCore” research report to their website www.MarketResearchReports.com

Lewes, DE -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/08/2017 -- General Report Contents
- Market Analyses include: Unit Sales, ASPs, Market Value & Growth Trends
- Market Drivers & Limiters for each chapter segment
- Competitive Analysis for each chapter segment
- Section on recent mergers & acquisitions

The domestic Japanese surgical robotics industry has been slow to develop, chiefly due to strict regulatory controls which have dissuaded companies from making investments in this area of research. The Japanese government announced a policy shift in 2014, in particular a restructuring of the approval process to make it more efficient. This has encouraged greater interest in developing domestic robotic options, including in surgery. It is expected that more Japanese companies will invest in this area throughout the forecast period.

The best example of surgeon-controlled robotics designed for minimally invasive surgery (MIS) is the da Vinci® system from Intuitive Surgical. This system involves highly sophisticated robotic arms that assist in MIS procedures. The surgical arms and the instruments they are equipped with are smaller than surgeon's hands, and are capable of performing very delicate MIS procedures. The surgeon must control the robotic arms through a workstation using real time video and other feedback from the robot. The da Vinci® system is moving toward becoming the standard of care for prostatectomy and has been used for dozens of other procedures. Currently, it is by far the most successful surgical robotic system in the Japanese and global markets. The New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO), a public Japanese agency which operates as an Independent Administrative Institution, intends to develop a system to compete with the da Vinci®.

Surgical robotics has tremendous potential to increase the effectiveness of existing procedures and to facilitate novel procedure types. The surgical robotics industry is, in many ways, still in its infancy, with more products in development than currently commercially available on the market. Most new surgical robotic systems are designed for highly specialized medical applications, which is a major draw-back for most facilities. The types of surgical robotic assisted systems covered in this section are: minimally invasive surgery robotic systems and radiosurgery robotic systems.

Spanning over 475 pages "Japan Market Report for Surgical Robotics Systems 2017 - MedCore" report covers Executive Summary, Japan Robotics And Surgical Navigation Market Overview, Competitive Analysis, Research Methodology, Disease Overview, Product Assessment, Surgical Robotics Market, Appendix. The Report covered companies are - Brainlab, Medtronic, Stryker, Karl Storz

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