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Global Medical Disposables Industry Scenario And Role Of Plastics


Disposable Medical Devices are a very important part of the total Medical Device Industry. For the past few years, the disposables market has been growing continuously and trends predict strong growth for the near future. Global demand for raw materials used in the production of medical disposables , the vast majority of which are plastics will increase to...


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Most Widely Used Medical Disposable Products


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Global Trends

  • The Eleven Most Implanted Medical Devices In America
  • Fecal Incontinence Device
  • Lubrizol To Invest $ 15 mn In Lifesciences Business

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Book Review

  • Publications Related to: Medical Devices- Regulations, Standards and Practices, Biomaterials, R&D, Sterilization, Advanced Polymers in Medicine etc.
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  • New Swabbable Needleless Injection Sites with Barbs
  • New Swabbable Needleless Injection Sites With T-Ports

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  • Medical Device Sector Delinked From Pharma
  • AIMED Launches UdaiMed, India’s First Industry - Academia Collaboration For Medical Devices R&D
  • CM Promises Land For India’s First Medical Devices Park In Gujarat
  • Compliments To Gujarat FDCA
  • Arbitary MRP Printing On Imported Medical Devices Raising Healthcare Cost
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  • Important Articles published in the magazine from Nov. - Dec. 2014 To Nov. - Dec. 2015
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About Failure of Endotracheal Tubes

Endotracheal Tubes are checked before intubation, but still device failures have been documented due to manufacturing defects, e.g. cuff valve failure. Other complications associated with the use of re-sterilized tubes, breakage of part of the tube or obliteration of the tube lumen by a foreign body, e.g. mucous plugs have also been documented.


Despite the check steps or visual inspection for physical defect, incidences of device failures are commonly encountered.


Laryngoscopy was done on a 1-month-old male infant and intubation was performed using a 3-mm id endotracheal tube (ETT) under vision. The child had no significant other medical complaints. On connecting the ETT to the circuit, the chest did not expand on ventilation, neither was there any air entry on auscultation. So, laryngoscopy was done and the position of the tube was assured; still the chest did not expand on ventilation. After this, the tube was taken out and without delay another tube of 3 mm id was connected. The baby was ventilated successfully, and on checking the previous tube, it was found that the T-connector of the ETT was obliterated. On inspection, it was found that this was a manufacturing defect as the tube was new. There were no complications due to this delay of intubation.


In this case, ETT had obliteration in the T-connector, which caused ventilation failure. This was a manufacturing defect as the tube was neither being reused nor was re-sterilized. Usually on inspection, the obvious defects of the tubes are discovered but the defects which are visually not very perceptible are missed. This incidence signifies the importance of reviewing equipment defects for internal auditing purpose, so that complications could be avoided, because negligence could cost a life.



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About Hospital Errors on Medical Tubing Killing Patients

About Hospital Errors on Medical Tubing Killing Patients Hundreds of deaths and serious injuries can be attributed to mix-ups with similarlooking types of medical tubing. Experts and standards groups have long advocated that tubes for different purposes be made so that they are incompatible with each other-just as different nozzles at gas stations prevent drivers from using the wrong fuel...

  • Promote Components And Ancillary Industry To Achieve ‘Make In India’ For Medical Equipment And Devices, Recommends CII
  • CII MTD Division Wants Separate Marketing Code For Medical Device Industry
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