Concerned About Misleading Reports Portraying Indian Drugs And Devices
Regulators In Poor Light
The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII)
Medical Technology division, Chairman, Pavan Choudary on Monday
expressed concern about the recent misleading reports in certain
sections of the media portraying Indian Drugs and Devices Regulators
in poor light.
“We believe that the Indian Drugs and
Devices regulatory agencies are truly doing a commendable job by
effectively monitoring the quality of medical devices and in-vitro
Gujarat FDCA Proposes To Share Its XLN Software With CDSCO
The Gujarat Food and Drug Control
Administration (Guj FDCA) recently made a proposal to the Drug
Controller General of India (DCGI) urging him to consider entering
into a tri-party agreement between the state regulatory body, DCGI and
Gujarat National Informatics Centre (NIC) for sharing its
self-licensing software Extended Licensing and Laboratory Note (XLN)
with interested parties...
Biomedical Waste Causes 10-15% Infections Among Public In AP
The biomedical waste generated from
hospitals causes 10-15 % infections in Andhra Pradesh, revealed a
survey released by Multipurpose Awareness Society in Hyderabad...
Pharma Industry To Make 27% Growth By 2016: Deloitte Report
India’s pharmaceutical sales, worth 22.6
billion dollar in 2012, is expected to register 27 % growth to reach
27 bn dollar by 2016, according to the Deloitte 2014 Global Life
Sciences Outlook report...
Interventional Cardiac Devices Market To Reach $6.93 Bn In 2020
The Interventional Cardiac Devices Market,
estimated $1.49 billion in 2013 is likely to reach $6.93 billion in
2020, according to an analysis from Frost & Sullivan....
Be Set Up To Assess Medical Tech
The Department of Health Research (DHR)
will set up a Medical Technology Assessment Board (MTAB) to evaluate
all kinds of existing and new medical technologies, in line with the
recommendation of the Planning Commission working group for the
current Five Year Plan...
Pharmexcil to establish warehousing facility in Nigeria
The Pharmaceuticals Export Promotion
Council of India (Pharmexcil), is planning to establish a warehousing
facility in Nigeria to support Indian exporters in Africa...
Madras Ink R&D Pact To Speed Up Innovation For Healthcare
GE Healthcare, the US$ 18 billion
healthcare business of General Electric Company and Healthcare
Technology Innovation Centre (HTIC), a multi-disciplinary R&D centre
of IIT Chennai have entered into a three-year collaborative research
and development agreement for innovating a range of disruptive and
affordable healthcare solutions. GE will provide a grant of Rs.75 lakh
to HTIC towards research and development of these disruptive solutions
that can benefit all emerging markets....