How the brain surgery industry is shifting its focus from brain surgery to prosthetics
The brain surgery and prosthetics industries are shifting their focus from surgery to implantable technology, according to a new report from The American Council on Science and Health (ACSH).
The new report, which is the first of its kind, analyzes how a variety of industries are changing their focus to these new technologies.
The industry is focused on both surgery and implantable prosthetics, according the report, and in 2017, the top six surgeons in the U.S. were all implanted in one way or another.
The top three implantation-related industries in 2017 were surgery and anesthesia.ACSH has analyzed the top five surgeons, and found that in 2017 surgeons had the highest percentage of implants in the country.
They accounted for 43 percent of the total surgeries, and the top surgeons in 2016 were all implantation specialists.
Surgery and anesthesia have been booming in recent years, as more and more Americans have been forced to make difficult decisions about surgery or end their lives due to a variety a medical conditions.
The market for these procedures is expected to grow by 20 percent by 2025, according The American Academy of Neurology.
In 2018, the average price of a procedure was $2,878.
That’s up from $1,621 in 2016.
It’s expected to go up even more dramatically by 2020.
Surgeries in 2017 saw a 5 percent increase, while surgery in 2018 saw a 6 percent increase.
It seems the trend is inescapable.
The average price for a procedure in 2017 was $1.8 million, and it was up nearly 40 percent from 2016.