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Key Findings
The global operating room market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 10.5 % for the forecast period 2017-2025. It is estimated to be worth $34578.77 million by 2025. The growing trends for novel and innovative operating room equipment as well as the rising demand for the minimally invasive surgeries with the use of hybrid room equipment are shaping the global operating room market structure.

Market Insights
The global operating room market is segmented on the basis of the type of the markets such as the global operation room data management systems and communication tools market and the global operation room equipment market which are further divided into other sub-types. The other type of market segmentation is done on the basis of the type of end-users which includes hospitals, clinics, medical research institutes, and ambulatory surgical centers. A rising number of ASCs (Ambulatory Surgical Centers), growing demand for hybrid ORs, product innovations driven by advancement in technology, growing geriatric population, increasing number of chronic cases, and an increasing number of surgeries being performed have all increased the demands of the ORs globally and are some of the major drivers of the global operating room market.
Regional Insights
North America holds the largest share in global operating room market followed closely by Europe and Asia-Pacific respectively. This is because most of the regions in North America, especially the United States and Canada, are considered as developed and high-end markets. Similarly, a lot of companies are taking a keen interest in the Asia-Pacific market because of their improving economies and exposure to advanced technologies, surgical procedures and healthcare infrastructure.

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Competitive Insights
Display and Imaging product launches are considerably dominant in the global operating room market with companies like GE Healthcare and Barco being the pioneers in this technology. Along with them, the other key players in the market are Siemens, Leica Microsystems, Karl Storz GmbH & Co. KG, Stryker Corp, and Philips.