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    How To Start Medical & Disposable Surgical Industry

    Medical innovations all but hinge upon the humble looking plastics. The Indian Medicare industry is branching out on all fronts thanks to our services being more affordable, the higher level of health consciousness amongst us and the ever increasing number of medical institutions in the country. As of today, our country’s population is close to 1.15 billion. All of these need to be accommodated in the hospitals. In order to do that, we need about 2 million beds, that too, within the next decade. Our healthcare industry is worth 400 billion US dollars. A lot of which, includes deriving utility out of medical equipment. The potential here for money making is huge.

    Global Surgical Equipment Market was valued at $9,783.8 million in 2016 and is expected to reach $15,737.1 million by 2023 supported by a CAGR of 7.0% during the forecast period 2017 to 2023. 

    If the experts are to be believed, our healthcare sector is looking at a lot of growth in the coming years. The numbers are expected to be doubled up within the next decade. This would include diagnostics, hospital services and pharmaceuticals as well.

    Money spent on various healthcare services which includes diagnostics, the occupancy at a hospital or just plain consulting is also expected to grow In the coming years.

    The part of our government which presides over medicine and health are also in plans to set up a separate branch which would deal with licensing of medical devices. Our domestic market for medical devices industry is estimated to have a much increased revenue number within the next 4 years. In its entirety, the market amounts to aroung 150 billion. The demand is huge and much of it is fulfilled via imports. Many devices such as catheter and stent are imported.

    Other medical accessories and stuff consumed by this sector are also growing in terms of demand as well as revenue. Disposable medical items are those which can only be used once. So, these are needed in humongous quantities. Hundreds of them are used on a regular basis. These include blood bags, injection syringes, IV fluids, gloves and many more. These are being exported to different parts of the world.

    The global demand for surgical gowns continues to be on a high, owing to the increasing number of surgeries being carried out on a daily basis in hospitals across the globe.

    TECHNOLOGY HAND BOOK ON HOSPITAL DISPOSABLE PRODUCTS(MEDICAL, SURGICAL, BLOOD COLLECTION TUBE, LATEX GLOVES, IV CANNULA, GOWNS, FACE MASK, CATHETER, COTTON BANDAGE, SYRINGES AND NEEDLES) INTRODUCTIONMedical Device Manufacturing a primerDesign, Prototyping and Product DevelopmentDesign..
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    DIAGNOSTIC REAGENTS[CODE NO.3807]  Diagnostic kits or in-vitro diagnostic devices (IVDs) are being increasingly used to identify communicable diseases including transfusion transmissible infections. These devices may be sold and used indiscriminately where systems of regulations do not exi..
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    I.V. FLUID MANUFACTURING UNIT[CODE NO.4074]       To start with, let us first understand the regulation of intravenous (IV) fluid. Intravenous fluid regulation has to do much with the control of the amount of fluid that is being received intravenously or via th..
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    SURGICAL GLOVES MANUFACTURING UNIT[CODE NO.4009]   Gloves are single-use items and should not be washed or reused. Polythene: Thin and have a tendency to tear. They are not an appropriate choice for healthcare settings. Vinyl: Have been shown to be less effective than latex gl..
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     LATEX GLOVES MANUFACTURING UNIT[CODE NO.4017]   Gloves are single-use items and should not be washed or reused. Polythene: Thin and have a tendency to tear. They are not an appropriate choice for healthcare settings. Vinyl: Have been shown to be less effective than latex..
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    VINYL GLOVES [FOOD GRADE][CODE NO.4025]     To begin with, it needs to be noted well that vinyl gloves are an extremely popular choice for the food industry. These are kind of disposable gloves which are not much durable and are economical to use (budget-friendly). These gl..
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     BLOOD BAGS (DISPOSABLE)[CODE NO.3985]    Blood bag is a disposable bio-medical device used for collection, storage, transportation and transfusion of human blood components. The system consists of a single or multiple bags connected with tubing, ..
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     MEDICAL LATEX GLOVES MANUFACTURING[CODE NO.3810]    Medical gloves are disposable gloves used during medical examinations and procedures to help prevent cross-contamination between caregivers and patients. Medical gloves are made of different polymers including latex, ni..
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    HOSPITAL BEDS (MOTORISED/AUTOMATIC)[CODE NO.3968]    Brief Overview of Motorised Hospital Bed   In the competitive industry space of medical and hospital care, the motorised adjustable hospital beds are manufactured using superior-grade raw material. These hospi..
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    STERILIZATION & PACKAGING UNIT OF LATEX GLOVES[CODE NO.3950]   Gloves are single-use items and should not be washed or reused. Polythene: Thin and have a tendency to tear. They are not an appropriate choice for healthcare settings. Vinyl: Have been shown to be less effective than l..
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    MANUFACTURING SANITIZER, HAND WASH, POVIDONE IODINE, GLUCOSE BOTTLE  [CODE NO.3893] Intravenous fluids, in general are used as I.V drips for patients in nursing homes and hospitals suffering from acute dehydration or considerable debilitating conditions.  These I.V fluids replenish th..
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    LATEX GLOVES MANUFACTURING UNIT [CODE NO.3882]   Gloves are single-use items and should not be washed or reused. Polythene: Thin and have a tendency to tear. They are not an appropriate choice for healthcare settings. Vinyl: Have been shown to be less effective than latex gloves in prov..
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