Handheld Growth – Compact Stability

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Mustafa Hassan Ph.D
Published: April 7, 2022 In The News

2nd April 2022 – Written by Mustafa Hassan – Featured on the Imaging Wire – Signify Research forecasts that the handheld ultrasound segment will maintain a hefty 26% CAGR from 2020 to 2025, as user base expansion and tech innovations increase its global ultrasound revenue share from 3% to 6% ($158M to $494M). Handhelds won’t pose as much of a threat to compact ultrasounds as some might think, as the compact segment’s established clinical role, evolving capabilities, and higher ASPs drive decent revenue growth ($1.21B to $1.28B) despite a falling revenue share (20% to 17%).