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November-December 2021

Medical Plastic Data Service Magazine

 
29th Year of Publication 

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A Techno-Economic News Magazine For Medical Plastics, Medical Devices, Diagnostics And Pharma Industry


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Content Overview: November - December 2021

Cover Story

Importance Of Medical Device Parks And Its Contribution To MedTech Industry Growth
The parks will provide common infrastructure including common testing and R & D facilities center at one place reducing the manufacturing cost significantly and create a robust ecosystem for medical device manufacturing in the country. It also exploits benefits arising due to optimization of resources and economies of scale...

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Catalytic Role Played By Medical Device Parks And Emerging Scenario In India

 

Mr Rajiv Nath, Forum Coordinator, Association Of Indian Medical Device Industry (AiMeD)
 
It is important that existing Manufacturers in the existing Clusters don’t feel at a competitive disadvantage and feel need to relocate to a Medical Devices Park for a temporary short term gain. The Parks should complement and not compete with existing Factories by States having a twin Policy to strengthen both Parks & Clusters...

 

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Andhra Pradesh MedTech Zone (AMTZ) - Saving Lives, Serving Nation

 

Dr Jitendar Sharma, MD & CEO, AMTZ
 
Medical Technology has become a sector that has survived the uncertainties of economic turbulence as well as showcased its life saving capacity for social good. AMTZ stands tall today by virtue of its servitude to the country in protecting the health of people by supplying affordable, accessible and good quality products across multiple states, hospitals in geographies...

 

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Kalam Institute of Health Technology ( KIHT )

 

KIHT, a Department of Biotechnology funded institute in the domain of MedTech policy is a premiere institute for Health Technology Assessment (HTA) in India...

 

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Indian Biomedical Skill Consortium ( IBSC )

 

IBSC conducts certification courses for enriching knowledge and career growth for the young engineers. It also provides Technician Training Program, Entrepreneurship Development Program and Faculty Development Program for helping young biomedical engineers...

 

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AIC-AMTZ Medi Valley Incubation Council ( MVIC )

 

MVIC is the Innovation and Incubation arm of AMTZ, jointly funded by Atal Innovation Mission, NITI Aayog to promote innovation in Medical Devices space...

 

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BIO-VALLEY INCUBATION COUNCIL ( BVIC )

 

BVIC is a unique ecosystem that assists start-ups by providing technologies and market access assistance...

 

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Madhya Pradesh Medical Device Park, Near Ujjain (Indore) To Facilitate Research, Innovations & Product Developments For Support to New MFG Facilities

 

Dr. B. K. Doshi, Managing Director, Doshi Consultants Pvt Ltd.
 
Located at “Vikram Udhyogpuri, at a distance of 50 kms from Indore, the Medical Device Park is with fully developed infrastructure for manufacturers to start production immedicately. Details like Salient Features, Vision, Proposed Scientific Facility, incentives and other details included in the article...

 

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About Medical Device Parks Under Implementation In India

Telangana, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh, Kerala, Rajasthan, Himachal Pradesh...

 

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Regulatory


Stem Cells And Cell Based Products In India : Regulatory Framework

 

Dr. A. Ramkishan, Deputy Drugs Controller, CDSCO, East Zone, Kolkata
 
The use of stem cells as medicines is a promising and upcoming area of research as they may be able to help the body to regenerate damaged or lost tissue in a host of diseases...

 

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Global Trends

 

Polymeric Biomaterials For 3D Printing In Medicine

 

Polymers are the most common types of biomaterials used in 3D printing technologies. They come in the form of filaments for fused deposition modeling (FDM), powder-beads for selective laser sintering (SLS), solutions for stereolithography (SLA), and gels for direct ink writing (DIW)...

 

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AiMeD & Regulatory Updates

  • Domestic MedTech industry upbeat about new procurement policy that favours manufacturers with domestic content
  • DoP releases draft policy to catalyse R&D and innovation in pharma-MedTech sector

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Industry News

  • Tekni-Plex acquires extrusion manufacturer Johnson Plastic Group
  • Healthium Medtech opens manufacturing facility at Rohisa Industrial Estate, Ahmedabad for arthroscopy products
  • TÜV SÜD to launch medical device testing lab in Bengaluru
  • KTR inaugurates 7 companies in medical devices park

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Product Gallery

 
Class VI Tubing For Single-Use Medical Device And Bioprocess Applications

 

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Event

 
India International Medical Equipment and Hospital’s Need Expo
Conference Theme : India- The Next Investment Frontier in MedTech

 

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Did You Know?

 

About The Potential Of PVC-Based Medical Device Recycling

Hospitals use a lot of single-use PVC-based medical devices every day. Besides being safe and affordable, PVC is easily recyclable and keeps its technical properties through numerous recycling cycles. Also, many of the devices are used on non-infectious patients. These advantages have led to the set-up of medical devices recycling systems in the healthcare sector.

In 2021, VinylPlus launched the collaborative partnership VinylPlus® Med. Aimed at accelerating sustainability in European healthcare through the recycling of discarded single-use PVC medical devices, the project brings together hospitals, waste managers, recyclers and the PVC industry. The scheme will focus on clean and REACH-compliant PVC waste that can be recycled into a wide range of value products marketed across Europe. Belgium is chosen as pilot country. Additional pilot programmes are underway in other European countries.

Products are typically recycled

Some of the products that are typically recycled in existing recycling schemes are Oxygen & anaesthetic masks, Oxygen tubing , Dialysis bags ,IV bags

Why recycle medical devices?

Potential is huge . Studies show that only a small fraction of the medical plastic waste is infectious. By recycling medical devices both hospitals and the environment win:

Cost savings for hospitals

Hospitals can save money on waste management by sorting out devices for collection and recycling rather than sending them to costly incineration.

CO2 savings

For each kilo of PVC recycled, 2 kilos of CO2 are saved.

Energy savings

Energy savings of up to 90% are achieved when using recycled PVC instead of virgin PVC.

Safe collection & recycling

In existing PVC recycling schemes, only devices used on pre-screened patients for elective surgery are collected for recycling. The practice thus poses no greater risk than recycling of used soda or drinking water bottles.

High grade recyclate

High grade PVC is used for medical devices. The recyclate can be turned into a wide variety of useful products.

Untapped resource

It has been calculated that a 300-bed hospital could recycle 2.5 tonnes/year of PVC oxygen masks & tubing, IV bags and nasal cannulaes.

(Ref: https://pvcmed.org/sustainability/recycling/)

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Pilot Medical PVC Recycling Scheme In Belgium

PVC medical waste is non-infectious and can be recycled when properly sorted and collected. This project brings together the European Hospitals, a Waste Management Company, a Recycler, and VinylPlus® – the European Council Of Vinyl Manufacturers, as a commitment to sustainable development...

About The Potential Of PVC-Based Medical Device Recycling

Hospitals use a lot of single-use PVC-based medical devices every day. Besides being safe and affordable, PVC is easily recyclable and keeps its technical properties through numerous recycling cycles...
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