The global hybrid operating rooms market size expected to reach USD 6234.9 million by 2027, from USD 4468 million in 2021, growing at a CAGR of 5.8% during the forecast period 2022-2028. The Various hybrid processes can be done with a portable e-arm in a hybrid operating room. Surgeons can conduct many treatments on the same patient at the same time and in the same location in a hybrid operating room. The high cost of the hybrid operating room, on the other hand, may limit market growth throughout the anticipated period. The market is likely to be driven by technological advancements, an increase in the number of minimally invasive surgeries, and a rise in the preference for non-invasive surgical procedures. Furthermore, increased government spending, venture capitalist investments, favourable reimbursement rules, and increased awareness of technologies all contribute to market growth. However, the market for hybrid operating rooms is hampered by expensive equipment costs, worries about device installation costs, a lack of knowledge, and a scarcity of experienced experts. However, the market for hybrid operating rooms is hampered by expensive equipment costs, worries about device installation costs, a lack of knowledge, and a scarcity of experienced experts. A hybrid operating room is a surgical theatre with advanced medical imaging technology such as fixed CT scanners, C-Arms, and MRI scanners. These are utilised in operations that are minimally invasive or non-invasive. It is a significant change from traditional operating rooms, allowing surgeons to execute medical treatments with real-time imaging guidance and assess the procedure’s effectiveness and problems.
In August 2014, Aspirus Wausau hospital launched first extensive multi operating room integration project in U.S.