Surgical Lamp Market is anticipated to reach around US$ 1,009.8 million by 2027 – Credence Research

December 09 20:42 2021
Surgical Lamp Market is anticipated to reach around US$ 1,009.8 million by 2027 - Credence Research
In 2020, the Surgical Lamp market is valued US$ 727.3 million, and it is anticipated to be around US$ 1,009.8 million by 2027.

The market for surgical lamps is expected to grow from US$ 727.3 million in 2020 to US$ 1,009.8 million by 2027 with a CAGR of 4.8% during the forecast period from 2021 to 2027.

Surgical Lamp Market, 2020 – 2027 (USD Million)

Rising number of surgeries catering to the medical care of patients, establishment of advanced surgical facilities, and rising healthcare expenditure is expected to influence a robust growth across a wide range of medical clinics and hospitals for an upturn in demand for surgical lamp products. The increase in the daily number of surgical procedures being conducted in hospitals and medical clinics in high-demand areas have given rise to a new demand for establishment of multiple operating rooms inside a single healthcare facility, often bifurcated further according to different medical departments catering to surgical needs of various diseases. Such steps to ensure uncluttering of surgery timeline and schedule in large hospitals catering to diverse clinical needs have bolstered the purchase potential of surgical lamps to be installed in different surgery rooms, propelling an upturn in product sales and market growth potential. The availability of fresh federal funding for opening of surgical facilities in remote areas would serve as the key opportunities for growth of the global Surgical Lamp market. As governments of various developing countries take a committed approach to the building of new healthcare facilities in remote areas, procurement possibilities of surgical lamps in the new establishments are deemed to present new avenues of product sale to crucial manufacturers involved in the market.

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Ceiling Mount Surgical Lamps are Most Predominant  

Ceiling Mount Surgical Lamps affixed to the overhead walls/ceiling of an operating room provides for maximum visibility and stronger illumination with having to focus on one single area. These lights are considered to be the basic lighting accessories inside hospitals and clinics that assist the entire medical staff and personnel present inside the operating room. Such lights are effective in maximization of light diffusion without having to attach several lighting solutions. The ceiling mounted surgical lamps are quite cost-effective in comparison to the other product variants and ensure less expenditure on multiple light sources in constricted places. These are also known to generate minimalized heat so as to provide an optimized working experience to all medical personnel involved.

U.S. Led North America Surgical Lamps Hold Major Share

North America has a large number of hospital and clinic facilities amongst other regions in the world, with lighting technologies adopted in this region having a potential for uplifted sales and a growth in demand. Owing to the increased federal funding on public medical services in developed countries of the region, the North America Surgical Lamp industry is expected to expand rapidly as the number of hospitals expand. As a result, the number of new surgical lamps added each year, the demand for better surgical facilities, and the need for the successful intrinsic surgeries in this region are all increasing. The rising general awareness about advanced surgical procedures in some of North America’s developed economies, such as the United States and Canada, new surgical lamp technologies appear to have more opportunities to improve surgery standards and revolutionize the healthcare sector in the region during the forecast period.

Product Differentiation to Offer Future Growth Opportunity

A-dec, Inc., Avante Health Solutions, Herbert Waldmann GmbH & Co. KG, Integra LifeSciences Corporation, KLS Martin Group, Koninklijke Philips N.V., Skytron, LLC, Steris Corporation, Stryker Corporation, and Welch Allyn are some of the major competitors in the Surgical Lamp market. Mediland, one of the leading medical equipment companies in Asia region, has announced the introduction of the all-new SunLED Series surgical lights on March 08, 2021, with high-end features for better operational capabilities of surgeons inside hospitals and clinics. The exclusive gesture mode (touch-free control) and intuitive control adjustments inside the SunLED surgical lights allows medical personnel to change any mode and light pattern in a prompt manner. The hands-free gesture further reduces the possibilities of infection spread through contact, enriching the hygiene standards of the healthcare facility.

Market Segmentation

Surgical Lamp Market by Type, 2015 – 2027

  • Ceiling Mount Surgical Lamps
  • Surgical Headlight Lamps
  • On-floor Surgical Lamps
  • Wall Mounted Surgical Lamps
  • Others

Surgical Lamp Market by Application, 2015 – 2027

  • Hospitals
  • Clinics
  • Ambulatory Surgical Centers

Surgical Lamp Market by Technology, 2015 – 2027

  • LED Surgical Lamps
  • CFL Surgical Lamps
  • Halogen Surgical Lamps

Surgical Lamp Market by Company

  • A-dec, Inc.
  • Avante Health Solutions
  • Herbert Waldmann GmbH & Co. KG
  • Integra LifeSciences Corporation
  • KLS Martin Group
  • Koninklijke Philips N.V.
  • Skytron, LLC
  • Steris Corporation
  • Stryker Corporation
  • Welch Allyn

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