The most innovative imaging & diagnostic technology available to the region

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More than 300 companies dedicated to this product sector for you to explore.

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Imaging & diagnostics

Whether you're aiming to be a distributor for the latest imaging & diagnostics products in the region or looking to source the most efficient equipment for your healthcare facility, the Imaging & diagnostics sector at Arab Health is the perfect avenue for you to do business with leading manufacturers from 60 countries.

Company name Booth number Country
Ai Mediq S.A. H3.B10 Luxembourg
Alpinion Medical Systems Co., Ltd. S1.K10 Korea
Alvo Sp. zoo. Sp.K. S3.D19 Poland
Anod Teknoloji A.S. S3.F57 Turkey
Bieffe Italia S.r.l. - Weiko H7.F01 Italy
Bin Ali Medical Supplies LLC H4.F68 United Arab Emirates
Biochem Bernberg GmbH S2.G54 Germany
Carl Zeiss Meditec AG S1.J19 Germany
Fasten Medical Pvt Ltd H8.F06 India
Gamain-Legros Z2.G54 France
IMA-X S.A. H3.B10 Luxembourg
Inbody Co. Ltd. S3.C50 Korea
Infinitt MEA S2.B10 United Arab Emirates
Jazy Medical Device General Trading MU.D01 United Arab Emirates
JW Holdings Corporation S3.D52 Korea
LIYFE / iConsult Ltd. S1.H10 Malta
Manarti Exports R.J56 India
Merit Medical S1.L15 Netherlands
Noul Co., Ltd. Z3.E70 Korea
Paxera Health S3.D59 USA
Prodimed Sarl Z2.F53 France
Richard Wolf GmbH S3.E10 Germany
RTI Group AB S1.K02 Sweden
Rudolf Riester Gmbh S1.H39 Germany
Sanma Medineers Vision Pvt Ltd S2.D54 India
Schiller AG S3.D10 Switzerland
Softneta UAB S1.K01 Lithuania
Stephanix S2.D50A France
UltraVision Medical Equipment Trading S2.E03 United Arab Emirates
Uniray Medical LLP S2.F58 India
Vieworks Co Ltd S2.G59 Korea

The imaging & diagnostics industry:

The global medical digital imaging systems market size was valued at US$ 14.55 billion in 2017. It is likely to expand at a 7.7 per cent Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) between 2019 to 2025. Plus, the global 3D medical imaging market was valued US$ 15.9 billion in 2017 and is expected to reach US$ 30.3 billion by 2026, at a CAGR of 8.39 per cent till 2026. Surging demand for effective early diagnostic methods and widening base of the ageing population have been instrumental in driving the market. Furthermore, technological advancements and increasing investments and funds by governments, especially in developing countries such as India and China, has been augmenting the market.

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