“The increasing incidences of eye disorders is the major factor, driving the ophthalmoscope Devices Market”, says RNCOS
India is the second most populous country in the world and has tremendous unmet need for ophthalmic care. Also, it is home to 23.5% of the world’s blind population. Some of the key causal factors of blindness are cataract, glaucoma, AMD, Myopia, retinal detachment, and strabismus that need to be addressed.
Amongst these cataract is the most common cause of blindness. India houses highest percentage of cataract population of the world as well as high cataract prevalence rate. Growing cataract patient pool is expected to generate huge revenues in the total ophthalmoscope market. According to our report, “Indian Ophthalmoscope Market Outlook 2022”, surgeons typically use foldable indirect ophthalmoscopes and ophthalmic viscoelastic devices with either SICS or phacoemulsification.
Retinal disease is the second-leading cause of blindness in India, fuelled in part by high incidences of myopia. Glaucoma is another major disease affecting Indian population. The prevalence of these diseases is higher among population having lower socio‐economic status. Also, the prevalence is significantly higher in rural and backward areas. Consequently, screenings of such disorders require the application of direct and indirect ophthalmoscope, thereby, driving the demand for ophthalmoscopes in India. In addition, enhanced awareness for eye-related diseases and their procedures have fuelled the demand for ophthalmoscope in Tier 1, Tier 2, and Tier 3 cities, across the country.
Additional factors that are anticipated to boost India’s ophthalmoscope market growth include an upsurge in dietary change-related eye diseases and improved access to care.
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