North America Surgical Table Market size exceeded USD 456 million in 2021 and is anticipated to exhibit 3.1% CAGR from 2022 to 2028.
The market growth is due to various factors such as, rise in number of surgeries dur to change in lifestyle, growing healthcare expenditure, increase in the number of hospitals and ambulatory surgical centers and growing geriatric population in the region. The surgical table aide in making an operative room efficient and ensures better management. Market players are constantly making efforts for developing surgical tables that serve greater functionality and are cost effective.
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Unhealthy and altered lifestyle over the years of adopting unhealthy habits have affected people’s health worldwide. The Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in its 2022 report states, the heart diseases and stroke account for most mortality rate in the U.S., causing around 877,500 deaths every year. Other lifestyle diseases include, obesity, atherosclerosis, diabetes mellitus, diseases associated with smoking, alcohol consumption and drug abuse. Along with dietary control, regular physical activity helps prevent most of these diseases and premature mortality. Surgical interventions aide in control of most of these diseases. Surgical procedures such as bariatric surgery is gaining impetus due to increasing instances of obesity.
The general surgical table segment accounted for USD 204 million revenue in 2021, attributed to the accessibility, that enables the practitioner to adjust angle of the table as to gain access to the operating part, stability to ensure positioning, placement and precision and support for elder patients. The general surgery table supports most of the demands pertaining to the procedure and is designed to support a wide range of surgeries of different areas such as cardiovascular, gynaecological, among others. Further, the rising number of surgical procedures are expected to drive the market size.
The powered surgical table market in North America will record a CAGR of 3.2% during the forecast timeline. The growth in this segment is attributed to various technical advancements in surgical tables. Advancements in surgical table technology, such as electric, electro-hydraulic and hydraulic driven tables with battery systems, are improving the product adoption rate.
For instance, in 2020, Skrytron LLC, headquartered in the U.S., introduced its next generation operative table called GS70 Salus surgical table. The table offers advanced and unique features such as, smart accessories attachment, powered split-leg with removable leg sections, back, and head to support any general surgical procedure, visual table lock indicators, capture performance data and offer patients a comfortable and accurate surgery experience, particularly in emergency scenarios.
The metal segment size was around USD 330 million in 2021, owing to the affordability of the metal surgical tables as compared to the composite surgical tables. Surgical grade metals are non-corrosive and easier to clean, hence, stainless steel is widely adopted for the manufacturing of surgical tables. Additionally, growing chronic disease burden in the region is further encouraging the North America surgical table market expansion.
The hospital and clinics segment in the North America surgical table market will surpass USD 376 million revenue by 2028. Hospitals and clinics are preferred locations for surgeries and post-surgery care of patients due to higher reliability and availability of qualified experts, convenient access to quality treatment, and well-equipped operative wards. In addition, the increased instances of cardiovascular diseases, urological diseases, neurological problems, orthopedic complications, and metabolic disorders, among other things.
U.S. surgical table market is poised to witness 3% CAGR through 2028. The significant rise in revenue is impelled by growth in healthcare expenditure in the region. The data provided by the CMS suggests the costs reached around USD 4.1 trillion in 2020, the cost to healthcare was about USD 3.8 trillion in 2019, which accounts to an increase of 9.7% in one year. According to the study conducted by the Journal of American Medical Association or JAMA, the five factors affecting the healthcare expenditure are geriatric population, growing population, medical service utilization, disease prevalence, and service price and intensity. The older population are at higher risk of disease prevalence and surgical interventions.
Some of the leading companies involved in the North America surgical table market include Stryker Corporation, Trumpf Medical (Hill-Rom Holdings Inc.) Steris Plc, Skytron, and AMTAI Medical Equipment, among others. To get maximum market share and increase their industry presence, these key market players are employing a variety of organic and inorganic methods such as product launches and partnerships.