美國的CBCT (錐狀射束CT) 掃描儀市場分析
US Market Report for Cone Beam Computed Tomography Scanners 2016 - MedCore
|出版商||iData Research Inc.||商品編碼||364436|
|出版日期||內容資訊||英文 46 Pages
|美國的CBCT (錐狀射束CT) 掃描儀市場分析 US Market Report for Cone Beam Computed Tomography Scanners 2016 - MedCore|
|出版日期: 2016年08月01日||內容資訊: 英文 46 Pages||
所謂CBCT (錐狀射束CT) ，是轉動安裝在患者頭部的X光掃描儀，照射錐形X光攝影立體影像的影像診斷設備。2000年代初在牙科治療的領域登場，然後迅速普及達成技術進步。CBCT掃描儀依照有效視野 (FOV)的大小，分為狹域 (4×5∼8×8cm)、中域 (8×14∼15×15cm)、廣域 (16×18∼19×24cm)的3個種類。
本報告提供美國的錐狀射束CT (電腦斷層診斷) 掃描儀 (以下CBCT掃描儀)的市場相關分析，整體市場規模的變化和預測，各產品種類 (有效視野的大小)的詳細趨勢，主要的推動及阻礙市場要素等調查評估。
Prior to CBCT technology, medical computed tomography (CT) scanners were used in hospitals for dental applications. However, the demand for CBCT scanners has shifted due to the superior imaging quality and lower radiation doses it delivers. Traditionally, CBCT technology has been a diagnostic tool for evaluating a patient's jaw bones to place dental implants and perform other oral surgeries. However, the capabilities of CBCT scanners have quickly expanded beyond the application of three-dimensional bone reconstruction and have incorporated advanced panoramic and cephalometric imaging capabilities. Dentists have the option of installing CBCT scanner systems into their practices by either upgrading an existing digital panoramic or pan/ceph system, or by installing a new system entirely.
CBCT scanner products can be divided into systems with small, medium and large field-of-views (FOVs). A small FOV (from 4 cm by 5 cm to 8 cm by 8 cm) CBCT scanner is typically used by general practitioners (GPs) in smaller sized dental practices that perform some dental implant procedures. Approximately 85% of small FOV CBCT scanners are offered as two-in-one combination units that can perform both panoramic/cephalometric X-ray procedures and CBCT scans. The remaining 15% of small FOV CBCT scanners do not offer this combination and only produce 3D images. However, this percentage is quickly going down as the demand for combo machines is much higher. Medium FOV (from 8 cm by 14 cm to 15 cm by 15 cm) CBCT scanners are primarily used by bigger dental clinics specializing in implantology and other oral surgery procedures. Approximately 70% of medium FOV CBCT scanners are solely dedicated to CBCT scans, and the remaining 30% of medium FOV devices are a combination of panoramic/cephalometric X-ray images and CBCT scans. Medium FOV CBCT scanners can also be used with dental implant surgical guide imaging software that is used by dentists for placing dental implants. Large FOV (from 16 cm by 18 cm to 19 cm by 24 cm) CBCT scanners only perform dedicated CBCT scans and are used almost exclusively in imaging centers and hospitals that exclusively perform dental implant treatments and other oral surgeries.
Cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) scanners for dental use have been present since the early 2000s. CBCT scanners operate with an X-ray scanner that is mounted on a rotating arm that circles a patient's head. As it rotates, the scanner uses a cone shaped X-ray beam that is projected through the patient and onto the imaging sensor. This enables a three-dimensional reconstruction of the bone structure of the patient's face and jaw.