Medical Robotic Systems Market Drivers, Restraints, Opportunities, and Trends in Coming Years

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Over $55,000.0 Million Revenue Expected in Global Medical Robotic Systems Market in 2030

The increasing geriatric population across the world is one of the key factors responsible for the surging usage of medical robotic systems. Moreover, the rising healthcare costs and dwindling number of healthcare providers and caregivers are significantly boosting the need for alternative caregiving methods. According to the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP), seven people in the age group 45–64 can provide care for every person aged 80 years and above, and this number will decrease massively by 2030, with only 4 people available for providing care for people aged 80 years and above.

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The other major factors pushing the adoption of robotics in the medical sector are the burgeoning use of automated pharmacy systems across the world and increasing demand for medical procedures. Since the last few years, there has been a massive surge in the adoption of automated systems in the healthcare and pharmaceutical sectors, in order to streamline the work processes and optimize the services. Propelled by these factors, the global medical robotic systems market revenue is expected to increase from $7,626.1 million in 2019 to $55,528.1 million by 2030, exhibiting a CAGR of 20.1% during the forecast period (2020–2030).

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The biggest trend presently being witnessed in the medical robotic systems market is the soaring number of technological developments. For instance, the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) is working on a microbot target therapy that utilizes near-microscopic mechanical particles for drug localization and administration to a certain part inside the human body, while being managed and controlled from the outside. Microbots, which consist of a coating of platelets and red blood cells and nanowires, are increasingly being deployed for destroying tumors via radiation and reducing the side-effects of medication.

Hence, it is clear that owing to the swift advancements in the healthcare sector, rising need for automated healthcare systems, and surging geriatric population, the demand for medical robotic systems will boom in the coming years.