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Content Overview: March - April 2017

Cover Story

ASEAN Medical Devices & Plastics Sectors : Immense Market Potential
Medical manufacturing is one of the key growth areas in countries belonging to the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). A rapidly expanding middle class is largely responsible for a projected near doubling of the medical device market in these countries...

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Manufacturing

Developing Drug / Device Combination Products: Concept to Commissioning
Dr. Atul Sardana, Chairman, Alfa Corpuscles Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi
A Drug Device combination products are emerging as innovative medical products due to their contribution in advancing medical care and are thus expected to have an impact in coming years. Development of Drug / Device combination entails the following steps...

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Packaging Testing for Medical Devices
Mr. Bunty Kundnani, Business Manager, Life And Health Science, UL India Pvt. Ltd., Mumbai
Historically devices have been tested for degradation by accelerated aging and other various material characteristics. Testing a new packaging design before full scale manufacturing can save time and money...

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Product Gallery

Dilators and Introducer Sheaths
Qosina carries a large selection of dilators available with and without tear-away introducer sheaths in various lengths, sizes, materials and colors...

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Global Trends

  • Global Medical Disposables Market to Reach US$193.9 Bn by 2018
  • Medical Polymers Market to exceed $24bn by 2024
  • Asia-Pacific Reprocessed Medical Devices Market Will Hit at a CAGR of 15.7% by 2017 to 2027

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Industry News

  • Med Devices Import up 16.8%, Export By 25.7% During 2012-16
  • DCGI begins registration of notified bodies to carry out audit of mfg sites of Class A & Class B medical devices
  • 10% price hike cap on most medical devices
  • CDSCO to go online for all services in six months

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Events Calendar

  • T-Plas, 2017: Sept. 20 – 23, 2017, Thailand, with “MEDICAL & HEALTHCARE PLASTIC PAVILION”
  • Medicall 2017, 17th Edition: July 28 - 30, 2017, Chennai
  • Medicall 2017, 18th Edition: Oct. 6 – 8, 2017, Mumbai
  • MEDICAL FAIR INDIA 2017 Event Report

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About Drug / Device Combination Products & ASEAN Markets
 

Many of today’s most innovative medical devices are actually drug/device combination products that generally include a medical device part and a drug part.

 

The growth of global drug device combination products market is attributed to the growing incidence of chronic diseases such as prostate cancer, cardiovascular diseases, colorectal cancer, diabetic neuropathy; increasing concerns related to obesity and diabetes; and growing geriatric population.

 

As per a recent BCC Research Study, the overall global market for Drug-Device Combinations is growing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.1% from 2014 to 2019, and thus sales are projected to reach $31 billion in 2019.

 

Western- type diseases have become increasingly prevalent in Asia. Increased lifespans and growing incomes have led many to adopt Western habits such as overeating, consuming fast food, smoking, and engaging in little exercise putting Asians at an increasingly higher risk for lifestyle diseases. In particular, the growth rates of diabetes, orthopedic problems, cardiovascular disease, and cancer are rising quickly. Western device manufacturers already make products to diagnose and treat these diseases. Hence, the ASEAN nations are attractive markets for Western device firms.

 

Although ASEAN countries have traditionally been known for low-end medical device product manufacturing, such as simple catheters and drainage bags, this is no longer the case. Some manufacturers in ASEAN countries are now able to produce more sophisticated Class II and, in some cases, Class III medical devices.

 

Besides selling their device products in ASEAN countries, an increasing number of Western medical device companies are also manufacturing or sourcing their products there.

 

They are doing so for a variety of reasons, including Asia’s low overhead costs, low labor costs, and improving technical capabilities. While labor costs have increased significantly in China, they remain low in some of the ASEAN countries, including Vietnam.

 

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About Modernizing Biocompatibility and Biological Risk Evaluation of Medical Device Materials

FDA’s Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) has identified “Modernizing biocompatibility and biological risk evaluation of device materials” as one of the CDRH’s top ten regulatory science priorities for FY2017. The regulatory science priorities serve as a guide for making strategic intramural research funding decisions to ensure that CDRH research is focused on needs that are relevant and critical to medical devices and radiation-emitting products....
  • Medical Devices Industry Wants Govt To Create Investor - Friendly Environment
  • Medical Device Industry Rules Recommendations Not Incorporated In The Draft For New Medical Device Rules
  • AIDCOC Urges Health Ministry To Empower State Licensing Authorities (SLAs) To Grant License To Critical Medical Devices
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