IMV’s interventional angiography products profile angiography departments in United States hospitals. During 2013, an estimated 3.6 million angiography procedures were performed in angiography labs in hospitals with 150 or more beds. This is a 15% descrease from the 4.2 million procedures performed in 2012.
The research shows fixed c-arms are now used for a variety of procedures in a variety of hospital departments. Learn about procedure trends, market share for installed angiography equipment, types of facilities purchasing flat panel detectors, productivity of angiography staff, and user satisfaction with their equipment service providers from one or more of the IMV products listed below
The 2022 IMV Fixed C-arm Market Outlook report provides an overview of the fixed C-arm market. The report provides detailed information about the priorities and outlook of departments with fixed C-arms, information about procedure volumes and the mix of procedures performed using fixed C-arms. The report also covers installed base information and future purchase plans, […]
IMV’s 2019 Global Imaging Market Outlook Report explores worldwide trends for seven key imaging modalities, including CT scanners, MR scanners, PET scanners, NM cameras (SPECT-only and SPECT/CT), fixed C-arm systems, fixed general x-ray systems, and radiographic fluoroscopy (RF) systems.
The 2019 Fixed C-arm Systems Benchmark Report summarizes the results of IMV Medical Information Division’s 2019 survey of U.S. hospitals that have at least one fixed C-arm system or are considering the purchase of such equipment. This study was conducted via an IMV-hosted online survey, and data collection took place from March 5 through April […]
This report summarizes where hospitals stand today with their current installed bases of fixed C-arm equipment, as well as their future plans for purchasing this equipment over the next few years. The report includes information on the departments where the equipment is currently located including cardiology, radiology/interventional radiology, hybrid OR and other departments with fixed […]
The 2017 ServiceTrak Imaging report starts with an overview of customer satisfaction between the major manufacturers of cardiac cath and angiography equipment in the industry. This is followed by individual company analyses, where each manufacturer’s ratings and rankings on over 37 different attributes are trended over the last five semi-annual periods. All ratings for ServiceTrak […]
Learn about the use of high end imaging modalities in the surgical environment. This report explores the current and planned use of fixed c-arms, CT, MR and portable C-arms in the hybrid OR, OR, cath lab, vascular labs and interventional angiography labs.
Learn how your angiography department compares to others in terms of procedures, equipment age, staffing and waiting times. This operational report on angiography departments summarizes the results from IMV's 2013 survey of 583 angiography departments in the United States
This report covers U.S. hospitals with 100+ beds with fixed angiography equipment. It is based on interviews with 583 locations and profiles major trends in installed equipment and equipment purchase plans. Includes unit forecasts for fixed c-arms and market share for the installed base.
IMV Medical Information Division, part of Science and Medicine Group, is a marketing research and consulting firm founded in 1977, specializing in medical imaging and other advanced healthcare technology markets. IMV’s market research services, in combination with its databases of U.S. imaging sites with selected modalities, provide clients valuable assistance in strategic planning, customer satisfaction, product development and sales initiatives.
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