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Applications now being accepted for the 2015 Stanford-India Biodesign Fellowship.

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Ministry of Health & Family welfare has appointed a Technical Assessment Sub group to assess the following technologies for consideration of their uptake in National Health Mission. The technologies are:

1. Non-invasive hemoglobin estimation technologies

2. Low-cost glucose measurement technologies

3. Portable urine culture technologies

Innovators are invited to present their technologies with complete details on cost, accuracy, clinical trials/study results. A team of technical experts would be assessing technologies at National Health Systems Resource Centre, New Delhi on 8th May 2014 at 11 am. We welcome the presence of innovators and extend an invitation to them to present the prototype of their technology in this domain with clinical trials/study data and user experience (if any). A note of intimation would be highly appreciated.

You may contact Healthcare Technology Division at mohammad.ameel@nhsrcindia.org or mohdameel@gmail.com

MedtechInsider India

Some Progress Made on India’s Medtech Regulations, but More Needs to Be Done

Ajay Pitre, Managing Director, Sushrut-Adler Group, will be a featured speaker at MEDTEC India, which comes to Mumbai on 3 and 4 October 2013. He has contributed a guest blog to medtechinsider on India’s medical device regulations, or the lack thereof. Pitre writes: As is generally well known, regulators and industry were overtaken by a [...]

Healthcare-IT Convergence Has Potential to Solve Many Healthcare Challenges in India

Ravi Ramasawamy, Senior Director and Business Manager, Philips Innovation Campus, will be a guest speaker at the upcoming MEDTEC India event on 3 and 4 October 2013 in Mumbai. He has contributed a guest blog on the convergence of healthcare and IT. Ramasawamy writes: If we look at the dispersion of medical services in India, we [...]

Abbott’s Randeo: Medical Device Clinical Trials in India Must Follow ISO 14155 Norms

India needs to reconsider its regulatory framework for medical device clinical trials, said Sumati Randeo of Abbott Vascular at the recent DIA regulatory conference. Applying international standards such as ISO 14155, as recommended by the Global Harmonization Task Force (GHTF), ensures that clinical investigations are conducted under appropriate scientific conditions, Randeo is reported as saying [...]

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Revamping Medical device regulations in India 18 Replies

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Which speciality has the maximum need gaps ?

Started by Ramanathan Jun 28, 2013.

 
 
 

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