Global Mobile Surgical Unit Market Size (By Mobile Infrastructure: Modular Mobile Operating Room, Integrated Mobile Operating Room, and ICU Mobile Operating Room; By Type of Surgeries: General Surgery, Endoscopy, Plastic Surgery, Emergency Care, and Others) - Global Industry Analysis, Market Size, Opportunities and Forecast, 2021 - 2028
The global market for mobile surgical unit accounted for US$ 3.6 Bn in 2020 and is expected to arrive at US$ 8 Bn by 2028 with a CAGR of 10.3% from 2021 to 2028.
The mobile surgical unit is a state-of-the-art, fully equipped operating room that may be utilized for a variety of day surgeries. Once inside, it feels like any other operating theatre thanks to superb space utilization. When the mobile surgical unit is parked, the self-leveling hydraulic ram stabilizers are activated, and the sides of the trailer unit extend outwards at the touch of a button, doubling its breadth. The onboard UPS gives additional emergency power autonomy while electricity is obtained from a nearby facility (typically the local hospital or medical center). An MSU is a high-quality medical device that enables a medical provider to offer surgical care in disasters, combat zones, and difficult-to-reach locations. This unit may be driven immediately to the required site because it is movable. Due to its mission-ready setup, surgical procedures can begin within hours of arrival on site. The mobile surgical facility is designed to provide a clean and safe operating suite that fulfills government standards for a Class "C" operating room (OR). From heart, brain, and thoracic surgery to endoscopic and plastic surgery, this Class "C" OR meets all of the standards for performing all types of major and minor surgical procedures. Medical gas systems (medical air, O2, and vacuum) are integrated into this surgical facility, as well as a HEPA filtration system with 20+ air exchanges every hour.
More than merely a mobile medical facility, the mobile surgery units are the mobile surgical center. When a disaster strikes, these mobile clinics are invaluable assets for local and state governments, FEMA, the military, the United Nations, and international humanitarian organizations in providing ready-to-go, on-site medical services during disaster recovery efforts. When a natural disaster strikes, medical facilities that normally serve the local community are sometimes rendered inoperable and unable to satisfy the event's demands. The capacity to deploy a fully equipped mobile surgery unit to a disaster area for on-site services is an invaluable resource for government and international humanitarian assistance missions.
Due to their remote location and transportation challenges, patients who would normally have little or no opportunity to have their surgical problems treated can now receive high-quality surgical care with good results and an acceptable incidence of complications through mobile surgery. Patients save long treks to the nearest hospital and costly waiting hours by having the operating room come to them.
High costs associated with mobile units, as well as a lack of regulations, are expected to stymie the growth of the global mobile surgical unit market. Because of the integration of advanced equipment, the cost of these units is high. Investing in a mobile unit at such a high cost is a difficult task for small and medium-sized hospitals. Furthermore, ethical issues in health care have long been recognized as a common occurrence. The COVID-19 outbreak has disturbed healthcare capabilities all over the world. Due to the high priority given to Covid-19 patients, the majority of surgeries were postponed. Over 58,000 planned surgeries in India were cancelled or delayed, according to the International Consortium, and over 24.8 million elective surgeries were called off worldwide. The market is expected to expand due to the rising unmet needs of patients for advanced surgical units.
Mobile infrastructure, type of surgery, and region are the three segments of the global mobile surgical unit industry. The integrated mobile operating room, modular mobile operating room, and ICU mobile operating room are all subcategories of the mobile infrastructure segment. The segmentation is based on the type of surgery, which includes general surgery, emergency care, endoscopy, plastic surgery, and others.
Global Mobile Surgical Unit Market Regional Competition
North America, Europe, Latin America, Asia-Pacific, and the Middle East & Africa are the segmentation of the global mobile surgical unit industry. Throughout the projected period 2021-2028, Asia-Pacific is expected to grow at the fastest CAGR among all regions. The increasing government spending on the development of the healthcare sector and rising expenditure on enhancing patient care are some of the factors propelling the growth of the Asia-Pacific mobile surgical unit industry.
Global Mobile Surgical Unit Industry Segment Analysis
Mobile Infrastructure Segments
· Modular Mobile Operating Room
· Integrated Mobile Operating Room
· ICU Mobile Operating Room
Type of Surgery Segments
· General Surgery
· Emergency Care
· Plastic Surgery
Mobile Surgical Unit Market Prominent Players
The major players in the market are identified in this section of the report. EMS Mobil Sistemler, Medical Coaches, Odulair, Mobile Healthcare Facilities, Mobile Medical International, Kentucky Trailer, Vanguard Healthcare Solutions, AMoHS, and GAZI GAZI GRUP AS are the leading players profiled in the research report.
Mobile Surgical Unit Market Regions
· Rest of Europe
· Rest of Latin America
· South Korea
· Rest of Asia-Pacific
Middle East & Africa
· South Africa
· Rest of Middle East & Africa