Based on type, the robotic catheter systems market is bifurcated into single-specialty and multi-specialty. In 2018, the larger revenue share to the market was contributed by the multi-specialty type, and it is further expected to witness the faster growth of 5.3% during the forecast period. This can be attributed to the versatility of these systems as they can be used for interventional procedures or multiple ablation. For instance, a Hansen Medical Inc. product — the Sensei robotic catheter system — can be used to perform both cardiovascular procedures and radiofrequency ablation.
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With the technological advancements, the robotic catheter systems market would witness remarkable growth due to the extensive testing of these systems in the clinical trials. Catheterized cardiovascular procedures, such as catheter ablation, are popularly used in modern medicine, but robot-assisted catheterized procedures have not become as popular as their conventional counterparts due to the scarcity of skilled professionals. Companies, such as CorPath, Amigo, Sensei, and Niobe are commercializing robot catheterization systems, which may contribute in the demand for training people for operating the technology, thereby making them popular among patients and surgeons.
Hence, the market for robotic catheter systems is set to advance in the forecast period as the requirement for safer technologies for carrying out cardiovascular procedures is rising.
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