The size of the X-Ray Detectors Market in the Middle East and Africa was worth USD 148.59 million in 2022 and estimated to be growing at a CAGR of 6.135% to reach USD 200.12 million by 2027.
X-Ray Detectors are machines used for calculating the properties of x-rays like spatial distribution, flux, and spectrum. These detectors are mainly of two categories. The first type consists of imaging detectors like photographic plates and x-ray films. Currently, they are being substituted by flat-panel detectors and image plates. The second type consists of dose measurement devices like Geiger counters, dosimeters, and ionization chambers, which are useful in checking the effectiveness of radiation protection equipment.
The property of x-rays that is exploited is that materials having a large atomic number block the passage of x-rays. When a part of the patient’s body is located between x-ray source and image detector, parts like bones block the passage of rays while the soft parts don’t restrict the passage, making a shadow on the detector. Radiopaque substances like Barium or Iodine are introduced into target areas like blood vessels or gastrointestinal tract to image those particular parts. However, the procedure is hazardous with substances like thorium as it resulted in cancer, several decades after use.
The driving factors of the Middle East and Africa X-ray Detectors market are advancements in medical technology, reducing costs, growing incidence of cardiovascular and orthopedic diseases, and rising geriatric population and among others. The chief constraint faced by this market is health concerns, which can result in using x-rays.
This research report segmented and sub-segmented into the following categories:
The market in this region is in its initial stages of development. Various advantages offered by the x-ray detectors such as reducing prices, high-quality images, and multiple modes of storage is expected to drive the market growth in the region.
The leading companies leading in the MEA X-Ray Detectors Market profiled in the report are Varian Medical Systems (U.S.), PerkinElmer, Inc. (U.S.), Agfa-Gevaert Group (Belgium), Carestream Health (U.S.), Vieworks Co., Ltd (South Korea), Analogic Corporation (U.S.), Rayence (South Korea), Thales Group (France), Canon, Inc. (Japan), Konica Minolta, Inc. (Japan), Teledyne DALSA Inc. (U.S.), Fujifilm Holdings Corporation (Japan), YXLON International GmbH (Germany), DRTECH (Korea), and Hamamatsu Photonics K.K. (Japan).
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