Growing at a 5.9 percent compound annual growth rate, the global CT scanners market is predicted to reach over $6.4 million by 2022, according to Market Research Hub.
A recent study published in eNeuro explains the use of powerful x-rays to display 3-D microstructures of the brain without splitting the brain into numerous sections. Results show using x-ray tomography achieves rapid quantification of large brain volumes.

3. EOS imaging sales jump 28% in 3Q 2017: 5 things to know

Written by Mackenzie Garrity | Wednesday, 18 October 2017 21:00
Despite North American EOS imaging sales dropping in the third quarter, the company experienced a 28 percent growth in global sales.
The global C-arm marketed is predicted to grow at a 3.4 percent compound annual growth rate from 2014 to 2025, according to Million Insights.
A new study published in Spine compares freehand and navigated iliac screw placement.
MRI Interventions named Joseph Burnett president and CEO, effective Nov. 7 2017.

7. Olympus launches 4K-3D video microscope: 5 takeaways

Written by Mackenzie Garrity | Thursday, 05 October 2017 21:10
Olympus launched its 4K-3D video microscope Orbeye, which can be used during spine and neurosurgical procedures. The microscope was developed by Sony Olympus Medical Solutions, a joint venture between Olympus and Sony Imaging Products and Solutions.
Henry Schein partnered with Cerebral Assessment Systems to distribute Cognivue, a computerized assessment screening device to detect early signs of dementia.

9. Global C-arm market to exceed $3.46B by 2022: 4 takeaways

Written by Mackenzie Garrity | Thursday, 28 September 2017 18:05
The global C-arm market is predicted have a compounded annual growth rate of 3.82 percent, exceeding $3.46 billion by 2022, medgadget reports.
JointPoint signed an exclusive agreement with DePuy Synthes to market JointPoint's noninvasive computer navigation software for hip replacement surgery.
NuVasive launched the LessRay software system technology, designed to address overexposure to radiation in operating rooms during minimally invasive spine surgery.
EOS imaging introduced a new version of its spineEOS, which now incorporates biomechanical patient data into surgery simulation and planning.

13. Summit Orthopedics installs 4 Carestream imaging systems: 5 notes

Written by Megan Wood | Wednesday, 20 September 2017 16:21
Woodbury, Minn.-based Summit Orthopedics bought four Carestream DRX-Evolution Plus systems for its new center.
Stryker finalized its Novadaq Technologies acquisition for $701 million. They announced plans to purchased Novadaq Technologies in June.
A new study published in Clinical Spine Surgery compares two different 3D C-arms for intraoperative imaging and navigation during minimally invasive spine surgery.
The increased use of robotics and automated systems for spine surgeries will boost the spinal image guidance systems global market, based on a Transparency Market Research report, according to medGadget.
Stryker purchased NOVADAQ Technologies for $701 million.
A study presented at the Society for Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery Global Forum in 2014 examined how C-arm positioning affects radiation exposure.

19. 8 orthopedic imaging technologies to know: C-arms, O-arms & G-arms

Written by Eric Oliver | Wednesday, 20 September 2017 16:24
Here are the eight orthopedic imaging devices or technologies for spine leaders to know.
A Cincinnati-based Mayfield Brain & Spine surgeon performed the first sacroiliac joint fusion at an outpatient surgery center utilizing Medtronic's RIALTO system in the United States.
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