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Intelligent Gas Chromatography Systems

Agilent Technologies Inc. launches two new gas chromatography systems Agilent 8890 and 8860 GC that will incorporate innovative and intelligent 'self-aware' predictive technology, expanding...

Padma Shri Awardee Dr Anoop Misra joins IJCP Group as Advisor

Dr Anoop Misra, Chairman of the Fortis Centre for Diabetes, Obesity and Cholesterol (C-DOC) and Head of the National Diabetes Obesity and Cholesterol Foundation...


Artificial Intelligence has immense potential to improve healthcare delivery. The article describes why it is going to be a game-changer. - Vishal Ranjan

Transasia Bio-Medicals wins Best Brand 2019 award

Transasia Bio-Medicals Ltd., has been recognised as the ‘Best Brand 2019’ at a glittering ceremony recently held in Mumbai. The ‘Best Brand Award 2019’...

India’s first “Patient-Doctor Manifesto” released

The Manifesto highlights the rights of both patients and doctors.

Transasia extends aid to children affected by Thalassemia

Supports musical concert by Padmashree Pankaj Udhas held in Mumbai.

For better management of diabetes, experts highlight on correct insulin injection...

BD India organised an awareness campaign on safe insulin practices across India.

Transasia showcases its best technologies at a host of national conferences...

Held between 24th - 27th October 2018 at Goa, the 45th National Conference of Association of Clinical Biochemists of India (ACBICON) hosted faculty from across the world, who shared their expertise on varied topics of interest such as cancer genomics, micro RNAs as novel biomarkers and tools for personalised cancer diagnostics, amongst others.

Medtech: Democratising Innovation

We are democratising innovation. It involves continuous R&D to make existing products better and create new products. It involves creating products that customers can use economically, for years. Rajnikant R. Shah, Director, Medtech Life Pvt Ltd.

‘Make in India’ push fails to lift medical devices manufacturing

Unless the Indian manufacturers get level playing field and visible benefit to manufacture in India in comparison to the imports, nobody will venture out to undertake this tedious job of putting together men, machine and capital for manufacturing of medical device in India. Rajiv Nath, Forum Coordinator, AiMeD (Association of Indian Medical devices)

CII urges Govt to reduce custom duty on medical devices

The customs duty on medical devices may get reduced in the forthcoming budget with an aim to boost domestic manufacturing of such goods.

New measures having positive impact on Ebola response in Congo

New measures to succeed challenges in the response to the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) are having an assertive impact.

Global medical equipment maintenance market worth over $ 51.9 Bn by...

The global medical equipment maintenance market was valued at approximately $ 26.2 billion in 2017 and is expected to generate revenue of around $ 51.9 billion by 2024.

Inclusive Manufacturing to Attain Affordability in Healthcare

Distinguishing several medical devices from drugs and cosmetics in the most recent policies is giving better impetus to fulfil healthcare needs from manufacturing perspective like prioritising essential unmet needs.

Scientists train a computer to classify breast cancer tumours

Researchers used a form of artificial intelligence to train a computer to identify certain features of breast cancer tumours from images.

Medical device makers seek upto 18% price hike

Hike required to neutralise impact of rupee depreciation & inflation, MTaI says.

A DIY $100 Ultrasound No Bigger Than a Band-Aid

Could a DIY ultrasound be in your future? University of British Columbia breakthrough opens door to an ultrasound machine no bigger than a Band-Aid

Ophthalmic Equipment Industry: A Visionary Outlook

Ophthalmic devices are utilised in the detection and treatment of ocular defects or deficiencies and eye disorders. The increasing incidence of eye disorders and...

“OEMs remain bullish on Indian healthcare story”

Most of the OEMs remain bullish about the Indian healthcare story, especially owing to the recent changes in the healthcare insurance policies and also the newly introduced regulatory framework. Suhas Tamras, Global Head - Medical Devices and Healthcare Practice, Tata Elxsi

Corneal Imaging

Imaging techniques are required for evaluating the structure and function of the cornea which is vital for diagnosing and treating a huge variety of ocular diseases. The accuracy of our diagnosis is dependent on the detailed structural analysis of the cornea. - Dr Snehasis Basu
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