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Title: PRODUCTION AND USE OF BIO-MEDICAL DEVICES - ITS RELEVANCE TO INDIA
Authors: RAMANI, AV
Keywords: Science & Technology - Other Topics
Issue Date: 1991
Publisher: CURRENT SCIENCE
Citation: 60 ,4;268-271
Abstract: To achieve 'Health for All by 2000 AD.' India needs massive inputs of science and technology. Rupees 60,000 millions worth of medical supplies will be needed in India by 2000 AD. The supplies cover biomedical devices made from all classes of materials using precision light engineering techniques. Indian industry is wary of entering this field because of low perceived demand, unfair competition from imports, need for a strict Good Manufacturing Practice, and unrestricted availability of low cost, poor quality 'look-alikes'. Education of manufacturers and users, enactment of statutes regulating the making and use of these devices could be the answer.
URI: http://dspace.sctimst.ac.in/jspui/handle/123456789/10312
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