Total revenue* generated by new, medical CT imaging system shipments to customers in the United States was $xxx.x million, representing a x.x percent decline for revenue generated within this market in 2010. Selling at an average price** of $xxx,xxx, a total of xxx CT imaging systems were shipped* to customers in the United States in 2011. New imaging systems accounted for xx.x percent of total revenue generated by sales of all major CT products and services (i.e., new imaging systems, new equipment upgrades, remarketed equipment, and equipment services) in the United States in 2011.
The U.S. market accounted for xx.x percent of revenue* generated by worldwide sales of new medical CT imaging systems in 2011. A total of xx.x million CT imaging procedures were performed in the United States in 2010, representing an increase by more than a factor of four since 1995, when only xx.x million CT imaging procedures were performed in the United States. With an installed base* of xx,xxx units, the number of medical CT imaging systems currently in operation in the United States are estimated to represent only xx.x percent of potential market installations.
GE Healthcare, Siemens Healthcare, Toshiba America Medical Systems, and Philips Healthcare contributed xx.x percent of total revenue generated in the U.S. medical CT imaging systems market* in 2011. More than xx percent of total U.S. medical CT imaging systems market* revenue was generated by sales of imaging systems with slice capacities of 64 or higher in 2011.
Key drivers of growth in this market from 2012 to 2016 include:
O Increasing use of CT in emergency department (ED) settings
O Growing acceptance of CT applications that require slice capacities of xx or higher
O Replacement of the large existing installed base of xx-slice CT systems
Frost & Sullivan expects revenue* from shipments of medical CT imaging systems to customers in the United States to grow at a CAGR of x.x percent from 2011 to 2016, reaching $xxx.x million in 2016. At a CAGR of xx.x percent, revenue* from sales of greater than xx-slice systems is projected to grow faster than that of any other segment of the U.S. medical CT imaging systems market from 2011 to 2016.
This research service evaluates the U.S. medical CT imaging systems market for 2008 to 2016. This analysis provides background information and an overview of the market, specifies important market metrics, identifies key market drivers and restraints, and evaluates ongoing technology trends and provides detailed information on market competitors, which includes competitors' product offerings and market shares for 2010. Based on these factors, annual unit shipments, average selling prices, and revenue is estimated and forecasted for product segments of the U.S. medical CT imaging systems market.
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