Virtual Reality in Healthcare World Examined in In-demand Occams Business Research Report Published at MarketPublishers.com

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The use of virtual reality technology has proved to be a great success in situations such as phobia treatment, depression and posttraumatic stress disorder, robotic assisted surgery, surgery simulation and professional skills training.

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The virtual reality (VR) technology in the healthcare industry is in great demand, with applications extending to medical practice, training, psychiatric, and amid other areas of medicine within the confines of alternate therapies. The use of virtual reality technology has proved to be a great success in situations such as phobia treatment, depression and posttraumatic stress disorder, robotic assisted surgery, surgery simulation and professional skills training.

Virtual reality has also been effective in the treatment of pain by way of distracting the brain and decreasing the need for drugs during painful and physically unpleasant treatments, which diminishes exposure to powerful narcotics and dangerous painkillers. Due to its expensiveness, this novel technology is not available in every corner of the world, primarily in developed nations. Factors like inadequate training of practitioners, high cost of hardware, and the dearth of awareness among patients pose a challenge to the growth in the market. Still the marketplace is lucrative in developed Europe and North America, though the opportunities are enormous in the emerging world.

In-demand study “Virtual Reality in Healthcare Market, Markets for Remote Surgery, 3D Modeling, Pain Distraction and Other Applications) Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Demand, Future, Growth, Trends, Opportunities (Psychology, Radiology, Oncology) Segmentation And Forecast 2014-2020” elaborated by Occams Business Research (Occams) is now available at MarketPublishers.com.

Report Details:

Title: Virtual Reality in Healthcare Market, Markets for Remote Surgery, 3D Modeling, Pain Distraction and Other Applications) Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Demand, Future, Growth, Trends, Opportunities (Psychology, Radiology, Oncology) Segmentation And Forecast 2014-2020
Published: February, 2015
Pages: 70
Price: US$ 2,800.00
http://marketpublishers.com/report/life_sciences/healthcare/virtual-reality-in-healthcare-market-markets-4-remote-surgery-3d-modeling-pain-distraction-n-other-applications.html

The report provides an in-depth analysis of the role of the virtual reality technology in the healthcare business. It gives an overview of this new technology, provides a detailed analysis of the market covering the latest innovations, regulatory policies by geography, major buying criteria, top end users, leading markets, stakeholders, supply chain analysis. The study identifies the major market drivers and restraints, key challenges, and the brightest opportunities. It also provides granular market segmentation by applications, sheds light on the competitive scenario, contains market analyses in key regions and the leading countries in them, as well as forecast the development of the market through to 2020. Furthermore, detailed profiles of the top 19 industry players are available.

Report Scope:

  •     Review of the VR technology in the healthcare marketplace.
  •     Extensive analysis of the global market for VR in healthcare.
  •     Insights into the key drivers of the VR in healthcare market.
  •     Identification of the key factors restraining the market growth.
  •     Analysis of the lucrative opportunities in the market space.
  •     Discussion of the key challenges in the market.
  •     Analysis of the market segmentation based on major applications.
  •     Evaluation of the competitive intensity.
  •     Forecasts of the VR in healthcare market to 2020-end.
  •     Region-and country-wise market analyses.
  •     Granular profiles of the leading 19 companies.

More in-demand reports by the publisher can be found at Occams page.

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