Dosimeters are instruments that are used to detect or measure radiation. Dosimeters are commonly used in hospitals, ambulatory care facilities, research institutes, and healthcare organisations to assess radiation exposures of people working in radiation-sensitive environments. Active dosimeters and passive dosimeters are the two types of productive dosimeters. Active dosimeters take radiation readings and show the results on LED displays, alarms, or vibrations. Passive dosimeters keep track of radiation exposure, but the measurements are taken in labs and the findings aren't immediate. Essentially, it's a device that monitors and displays the amount of X-rays or radiation consumed over time. Optically stimulated Luminescence (OSL), photographic film, or any electronic personal dosimeters are common examples (PDM). It is worn by the individual being monitored in PDM form, and it is responsible for recording the radiation dose received. These dosimeters are commonly used in hospitals, ambulatory care facilities, research institutes, and healthcare firms to assess radiation doses of people who work in high-density radiation environments.
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Key Driving Factors: Demand for dosimeters is expected to rise as more people use radiation-emitting diagnostic instruments and therapies.
Increased use of radiation-emitting diagnostic tools such as CT scans and MRI by hospitals, ambulatory care centres, and others is expected to boost demand for dosimeters among healthcare professionals who use these tools, boosting the global dosimeters market. According to data released by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), the average unit of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) in hospitals and ambulatory care centres in the United States in 2020 was about 38.0 per 1,000,000 people, up from 41.5 per 1,000,000 people in 2021. Furthermore, nuclear medicine and radiotherapy have seen widespread use in recent years for the diagnosis of a number of illnesses, including cancer and certain neurological disorders. As a result, the cancer rates are expected to drive up demand for radiotherapy and nuclear medicine, which will drive up demand for dosimeters among healthcare professionals who deal with these radiation-emitting substances.
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Opportunities: The demand for dosimeters is expected to expand in the future due to key players' regular launches of new dosimeters.
The launch of novel dosimeters in the market by key players is expected to drive the global dosimeters market growth. Polimaster Ltd. introduced the POLISMART II PM1904 radiation detector in 2010. This latest dosimeter is a non-wearable device that connects to an iPhone via dock-port and monitors radiation using an app on the phone. In the near future, such advances by key players may result in increased demand for dosimeters. In the forecast period, such increasing demand may also allow new entrants to grow their market.
The market is divided into active and passive dosimeters based on the unit. The active dosimeters are ideal for the problem of locating travellers, and they also provide readings over a wide energy spectrum. Passive dosimeters, such as Thermoluminescence Dosimeters (TDL) and Optically Stimulated Luminescence Dosimeters (OSLD), are also seeing significant adoption in this market due to their low upfront costs.
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Published Date : March-2021