- According to Robotics Business Review, the largest social driver that is increasing the use of robots for surgical procedures is the increasing population of disabled and elderly patients. Using robotics with these patients can lead to reduced surgical costs, lower patient risks, and increased better outcomes.
- The use of surgical robotics in the prosthetics and orthotics specialties is another major driver because of their ability to increase functionality for patients.
- According to Mordor Intelligence, approximately 98 million Americans will suffer from some form of a cardiovascular disease in their lifetime, and when surgery is necessary, surgical robots can help to significantly reduce blood loss by making smaller incisions and keeping breastbones intact. This decrease in surgical risk will highly increase the use of such technology.
- Market Research Future indicates that the surgical robotics market is most commonly broken down in terms of surgery approach, control mechanism, and surgical application.
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