The imaging procedure known as angiography is employed in medicine to view the interior, or lumen, of blood vessels and other human parts such the heart chambers and veins. Contrast agents are injected into the blood during an angiography to enhance the visualisation of blood flow.
This is beneficial for identifying and treating a variety of illnesses, particularly those that affect the heart and brain. Major blood vessels in the body are seen in images taken during an angiography procedure.
Angiography is done by doctors using: CT scans using catheters, COMPUTER TOMORROW (CT), imaging with magnetic resonance (MRI)
The India angiography equipment market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The Philips Ingenuity Elite 128 Slice CT, which delivers high resolution imaging and a significant reduction in radiation, has been installed and is now operational at Ruby Hall Clinic.
Shimadzu Corporation has announced the flagship Trinias angiography system.
The new Trinias system uses AI deep learning technology to improve the visibility of medical devices while using 40% or more lower 3 X-ray doses than previous models. It also offers new customization features to create a simple, easy-to-use workspace that allows efficient operation in any medical setting.
To revolutionise cardiac care in India, GE Healthcare has introduced its first “Made in India,” “AI-powered” Cath lab, the Optima IGS 320. The new Wipro GE Healthcare facility established in Bengaluru as part of the Production Linked Incentive (PLI) programme is where the Cath lab is located.
The number of cardiovascular disease cases around the world has increased over time, which has increased demand for angiography equipment and is expected to drive market growth.
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