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The healthcare industry has recently witnessed the adoption of many new technologies that increase the efficiency of various medical treatments. Minimally invasive surgery (MIS) is one of the most important developments among all such cutting-edge medical technologies. This report uses the term ‘minimally invasive surgery to include non-invasive surgeries as well. The increasing demand of specialized treatment has propelled the market growth for MIS; and many companies - especially the new entrants from developing nations - are competing to benefit out of the rapid growth of this market.
With its progressive technological advancements such as capsule endoscopy and drug eluting stent, the MIS market is set to evolve due to the increasing demand for patient convenience, such as painless treatment and reduced post-operative stay. The MIS market has a current potential of $16.4 billion and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 8.3% between 2009 and 2014. The U.S. holds the major share of the global MIS market; and the growth of the U.S. market is driven by its growing ageing population and improvements in MIS technologies.
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