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Medical device firms go to India to explore burgeoning healthcare …

Thursday, March 15th, 2012 | Permalink

Medical device firms go to India to take advantage of booming healthcare market. … Comments RSS Post a comment. No comments yet. … Amy SiegelHow low can you go? Creating value with cheap medical devices …

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Medical devices: 5 tips for commercialization in China

Tuesday, January 24th, 2012 | Permalink

China is a very large and attractive market for U.S. medical device companies, but how can a device maker break into the Chinese market? Read five tips.

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Eidia to introduce self-monitoring blood glucose meter – Medical …

Thursday, January 19th, 2012 | Permalink

Advant Medical – Optimum Out-Sourcing Solutions for OEM Medical Device Companies With over 20 years of experience in the medical device market, Advant Medical has developed and expanded their technical skills in areas of product design support, injection … The report also reviews the competitive landscape and technology offerings. … MDBR Website Usage About us Accessibility Advertise with us Contact us Help Privacy RSS feeds Site map Dining Club …

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Power from Glucose | MIT Technology Review

Tuesday, May 18th, 2010 | Permalink

An implanted biofuel cell may someday power medical devices . … Be the first to know as we launch in new countries and markets around the globe. Interested in bringing MIT Technology Review to your local market? Search …

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Total Sales of Needles and Syringes to increase to $2 billion by 2010.

Tuesday, December 22nd, 2009 | Permalink

The safety needles and syringes market represents a large and growing segment of the healthcare industry. In 1999, total sales of needles and syringes in the U.S. reached $759 million. This figure is expected to increase to $2 billion by 2010. According to the industry participants in Frost & Sullivan’s study, many believe that safety needles and syringes will eventually represent a majority of the needles and syringes market. The market for safety needles and syringes is expected to grow from 23% in 1999 to a majority of the total needles and syringes market. The number of safety needles and syringes shipped is expected to grow from 900 million units in 1999 to over 10 billion units worldwide by 2010. Investrend Communications, Inc estimates the number of needles and syringes sold worldwide to be over 24 billion . The Cost of Change * The cost of needlestick injury follow-up in the U.S. per incident is around $3,000. * Accident follow ups cost the US medical industry $1.2 billion annually. * Annual treatment for contracted diseases in the US is $1.8 billion. * A total of $3 billion is spent annually in the US on needlestick injuries. * This is three times the amount spent on conventional syringes. * And almost 3 times the cost of converting to safety syringes. The balance of power is in transition, and the stage is set for the right product to gain more market share than has been achievable in recent history. Source: revolutionsmedical.com

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