surgical robotics and computer-assisted surgery market is expected to grow at XX% Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) over 2022 to 2028. Surgical robotics and computer-assisted surgery is an advanced technology, which is majorly used during highly complicated surgeries. The computer-assisted surgery is also known as the 3D computer surgery or the image guided surgery. It provides high accuracy and visualization which enables the surgeon to carry out the surgical process. It utilizes smart instruments, intuitive software, and infra-red cameras navigators in order to achieve precision. The surgical robotic systems are the devices which enable the surgeon to use the software technology which helps in controlling and moving the surgical instruments. The surgical robotics and computer-assisted surgery market accounted for the highest portion of the medical robotics and computer-assisted surgery market share that is of around 44% in 2015, owing to rising adoption of surgical robotic systems across Tier-1 hospitals, recurrent sales of accessories for these systems, and demand for highly efficient replaceable components. Hospitals and pharmacy robots are likely to emerge as the leading segment because of the improving healthcare infrastructure and increasing healthcare expenditure across the geographic regions. Medical robots and computer-assisted surgical systems are technologically advanced surgical, rehabilitation, and assistive solutions that are mostly used during complicated surgical procedures, physical issues, and hospital automation. Surgical, rehabilitative, non-invasive radiosurgery, and pharmacy automation robots are the key segments of the medical robotics and computer-assisted surgery sector. The surgeon’s console, surgical arms, and monitoring systems and software are all part of the surgical robotics system. The surgical robotic systems market has grown in popularity in recent years as a result of rapid technical breakthroughs, increased R&D spending, and widespread use in essential procedures like cardiac, orthopaedic, and neurosurgery.