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Content Overview: March - April 2016

Cover Story

Indian Medical Device Industry: Integrating Market, Technology, Innovation and Ecosystem

 

- Dr. Jitendar Sharma, Head, Division of Healthcare Technology & Director, WHO Centre for Medical Devices, NHSRC, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare Govt. of India. Advisor (Health) to the Hon’ble Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh.
 
Implementation of “IC-MED” in organization as well as for tracking adverse events will help to improve product credibility and profits...

 

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Important Announcements:

 

  • “IC-MED” - QCI-AIMED Voluntary Initiative On Medical Devices
  • Delinking Medical Devices From Pharmaceuticals And Revision Of Schedule MIII
  • BIS Certification For Medical Devices

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Markets

 

Southeast Asia: Region On The Rise For The Medtech Industry

 

Asia–Pacific region accounts for half of the world’s population. MedTech market in Asia-Pacific is expected to reach US$133 billion by 2020, outstripping the European Union as the secondlargest MedTech market in the world...

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Materials

 

Thermoplastic Polyurethanes: Enabling Innovative Competitive Technologies Through Advanced Materials

 

Dr. Pallavi Kulkarni, Technical Manager, Lubrizol LifeSciences
 
The versatility and tailorability of thermoplastic polyurethanes has become an essential tool in the design engineer’s toolbox. TPUs have successfully replaced PVC for certain device applications where regulations prohibit the use of plasticizers...

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Product Gallery

 

Needleless Injection Site With A Non-Disconnect Male Luer Lock From Qosina

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Global Trends

 

Medical Plastics Packaging Trends Keep Expanding

 

In terms of the future, experts say medical packaging will be dramatically different by the end of the next decade. Medical device and pharmaceutical packaging will become easier to use, less costly to produce and provide much better protection in the future...

 

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Industry News

  • IMDI 2016 Welcomes Govt Industry Friendly Measures Towards Growth Of Device Sector
  • CDSCO To Grant Online Registration Certificate, Renewal Of License For Import Of Medical Device Soon
  • Medical Plastics Market By Type, By Application And By Region - Forecast To 2020
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16th Edition: Sept. 09 – 11, 2016, Delhi
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Did You Know?
 

About Effect of Medical Device Quality Performance on Business Performance
 

A company’s quality performance can affect its business performance in multiple ways. For example, quality issues or the lack of them can enhance or impair market reputation; quality failures or failure prevention efforts affect costs; and the impact of quality on customer satisfaction can alter revenues. In extreme cases, quality issues can force the removal of a device, or a company, from the market.

 

The industry’s transformational growth and innovation have placed new burdens on quality systems. Evidence of this includes an increase in serious patient adverse events reported to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) - those resulting in hospitalization, disability, or death - which is about twice as fast as the increase in the overall medical device market.

 

Quality issues rightly concern every stakeholder in the medical device value chain, from manufacturers and regulators to payors, doctors, and patients. Media attention has increased, and investors have severely punished some companies with quality issues. In the past decade, an average of one company per year has seen a 10 percent drop in share price after a single, major quality event.

 

The medical device industry is approaching a tip-ping point where the increasing likelihood of a quality event, the rising costs of such events, and the public nature of quality performance will force companies to focus on quality and reliability throughout product design, manufacturing, and marketing.

 

The good news is that companies in a wide range of industries have developed approaches that help them build quality into processes at every step of the value chain - from design and manufacturing to sales and service - which will lower costs over the long term.

 

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Global Trends

Did You Know? Industry News

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...

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  • AP showcases exclusive medical device park at Arab Health Expo
  • DBT collaborates with AIIMS and IITs for medical device technology
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