The term virtual patient simulation (VPS) refers to the computer based simulations designed for the clinical trials and healthcare. The virtual patient simulation serves the need of advanced technology in medical studies which embraces all the complexities of surgeries without involving the human patient, so as to evade the risk of many complex surgeries. Also the individual medical practitioners find it suitable to practice the complex surgeries on VPS before actually performing them on patients in order to curtail the risk. The research report titled “Global Virtual Patient Simulation Market Outlook: 2014-2019” provides in-depth analysis of the market in four major geographies. The report also emphasizes on the current trends in VPS, market size, market share, recent developments, and forecasts till 2019.
It also offers a comprehensive analysis of virtual patient simulation market with respect to technology, products, and applications. The technologies analyzed in this report are visual techniques, haptic technology, virtual reality, tracking techniques, and modeling techniques. Comprehensive geographical analysis of the virtual patient simulation Market is provided by segmenting the global market on the basis of major continents, namely, North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and RoW (Rest of the World) which are further analyzed at a country level.
The report offers meticulous analysis of market dynamics, burning issues, and technological landscape of the global Virtual Patient Simulation market. The report provides the competitive landscape of the major players in this market such as Simbionix USA Corporation (U.S.), Surgical Science Sweden AB (Sweden), Laerdal Medical (Norway), B-Line Medical (U.S.), Gaumard (U.S.), Limbs and Things (U.K.),Simulaids (U.S.), Mentice AB (Sweden), CAE Healthcare (Canada), TheraSim Inc. (U.S.), Simulated Surgical Systems (U.S.), Dassault Systemes (France), VirtaMed (Switzerland), Voxel-Man (Germany), Red Llama (U.S), Decision Simulation (U.S.), Anomalous Medical (U.S.), Moog Inc. (U.S.), Education Management Solutions (U.S.), and Immersive Touch (U.S.)
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