In electrosurgery, use of high frequency electric current is made in order to cut the tissues during surgery with maximum precision and minimum blood loss and damage to adjoining tissues. In order to produce this high frequency electric current, use of electrosurgery generators is made. Such type of generators produce different types of electric current so that monopolar electrosurgery or bipolar electrosurgery can be performed, depending upon the specific surgery type. In monopolar electrosurgery, the current passes from the probe electrode to the tissue and the circuit is completed as the current is returned back through the patient by the means of a return pad placed somewhere else on the patient. However, in bipolar electrosurgery, the current only passes through the tissue between the arms of a forceps shaped electrode, and there is no return pad needed as the circuit is already completed. Hence, in both types of electrosurgery, there is a need of generators through which a high frequency electric current can be produced. The popularity of electrosurgery is growing since the technique is minimally invasive, there is a less scope of infections and the recovery time is also reduced. In addition, the technological advances in the field of electrosurgery, the cutting edge research done by the leading market players and increasing spending on healthcare by the governments around the world will translate into a sustained growth in the electrosurgery generators market in the coming decade.