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【分析レポート:アプリケーション】医薬と医療の仮想現実(VR)

Virtual Reality in Medicine and Healthcare

 

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ABI Research
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2017年10月お問い合わせください 31 8

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Virtual Reality (VR) technology is bringing a number of new services to the healthcare industry. The methods and therapy that healthcare professionals provide to patients has changed and will continue to do so with virtual reality technology. VR has been applied in many applications including a number of therapy, medical and surgical training, surgical preparation, and medical research. VR creates a huge business opportunity in the medical and healthcare industry.
 
This report presents VR in therapy, training, surgery, and medical applications; development of applications, peripheral for healthcare services, and deployments. It also provides market drivers and barriers for VR in medicine, healthcare and therapy. VR healthcare and medical services, business model and service pricing is also included in this report. Market forecast based on use case as well as regional forecast is also presented in this report.
 

 

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目次

  • 1. VIRTUAL REALITY IN THE HEALTHCARE MARKET
    • 1.1. VR Therapy
    • 1.2. Medical Training and Surgical Training
    • 1.3. Surgical Applications and Medical Research
  • 2. VR USE CASES IN HEALTHCARE
    • 2.1. Therapy
    • 2.2. Training
    • 2.3. Virtual Autopsies and Surgery
    • 2.4. Medical Research
    • 2.5. Surgical Preparation
  • 3. PERIPHERALS FOR VR HEALTHCARE APPLICATIONS
    • 3.1. Motion Tracking
    • 3.2. Eye Tracking
  • 4. VR HEALTHCARE MARKET: DRIVERS, BARRIERS, AND SERVICES
    • 4.1. Market Drivers
    • 4.2. Market Barriers
    • 4.3. VR Healthcare and Medical Services
  • 5. VR HEALTHCARE MARKET ANALYSIS BY REGION
    • 5.1. North America
    • 5.2. Europe
    • 5.3. Asia-Pacific
    • 5.4. Rest of the World

Companies Mentioned

  • CARE
  • HTC
  • United Technologies Corporation
  • PT
  • Corpus Inc
  • Amdocs Limited
  • Samsung
  • EON Reality Inc.
  • Stanford University

 

 

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[プレスリリース原文]

Virtual Reality in Medicine and Healthcare to Generate US$285 million in 2022
 

Therapy and Training Services have the highest opportunity in VR medical and healthcare segment

Oyster Bay, New York - 05 Oct 2017

Virtual Reality (VR) has brought a range of new services into the healthcare industry.  The immersive experience provided by VR is being used in a variety of healthcare and medical applications ranging from pain and stress management therapy to medical training and surgical preparations. While many VR applications in the healthcare sector are still niche, growth is being driven by increased interest from medical professionals, hospitals, and medical institutions. ABI Research forecasts that VR services in the medical and healthcare segment will generate US$8.9 million in 2017 and will grow to US$285 million in 2022.

VR is deployed in four key medical and healthcare segments: therapy, training, surgery related applications, and medical research. Currently, therapeutic applications are the most commonly deployed and tend to focus on medical therapies that either require the supervision of therapist or physician, for example therapy for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) or non-medical therapies that the don’t require professional supervision, for example, sleep management VR applications.  Many healthcare facilities have trialed immersive VR simulations to treat patients with anxiety, PTSD, pain management, and neuro-recovery.

Healthcare organizations, physicians, and governments are working towards deployment of VR as they recognize the effectiveness of VR in healthcare. Recent developments include: Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) approval of MindMaze’s VR rehabilitation platform, Kortex’s stress and sleep management VR platform and EyeSync eye movement tracking system using VR. “Non-medical therapeutic applications which usually don’t require strict regulations compared to medical therapies are growing in the consumer segment too. VR applications such as smoke cessation, sleep management, stress management, and memory improvement for the elderly are increasingly used by consumers for their general health,” notes Khin Sandi Lynn, industry analyst at ABI Research.

Medical training and surgical training programs are another VR segment in healthcare with high growth potential. VR simulated training programs have proved their efficiency in training medical students and surgeons. VR provides a realistic environment, multiple repetitions for practice, and saves costs by reducing the number of trainers required. The number of hospitals and medical institutions that are considering deploying VR in training students and professional is constantly increasing.

Despite deployments of VR in surgical applications such as surgical preparation, many professionals believe that surgical applications require very high demand in accuracy, and realistic simulations. The current VR quality may not be enough to provide such demands for complicated applications like surgery, however, VR works efficiently in therapeutic and training applications.

These findings are from ABI Research’s VR in Medicine and Healthcare report. This report is part of the company’s Video, VR & OTT research service, which includes research, data, and analyst insights.

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