Industries Introduces Water Purifier For Dialysis In India
Toray Industries Inc. Japan, global leaders in organic synthetic
technology, polymer chemistry and biochemistry materials, is
introducing the Torayvino polysulfone hollow fibre membrane filter
water purifier for dialysis. The product provides 99.9 perr cent
bacteria free mineral water. The product is now made available in
India through AK Exports & Imports, Bangalore.
Medical Launches Pro-safety IV Catheter To Help Health Workers
BD Medical, a segment of BD (Becton, Dickinson and Company), a leading
global medical technology company, has launched the Venflon pro-
safety IV catheter with safety features against needlestick injury.
The product is launched in the wake of studies suggesting that over
one million needlestick injuries occur every year worldwide.
Technoplast To Set Up Medical Devices Unit In Baddi
The Mumbai-based Time Technoplast, a technology based company, is
setting up a new manufacturing facility of disposable medical devices
at Thane near Baddi. It is investing Rs. 35 crore and the commercial
production is expected to commence from October 2007.
Technoplast Entering Capital Market
Time Technoplast Ltd, is entering the capital market with a public
issue of 39.21 lakh equity shares of Rs. 10 each through a 100 per
cent book building process. The price band for the issue has been
fixed between Rs. 290 and Rs. 315 per share. The public issue will
open on May 18, 2007. The issue will constitute 18.74 per cent of the
fully diluted post-issue paid-up capital of the company.
Circuits To Buy Two Indian Medical Equipment Companies
Opto Circuits (India) Ltd. (OCI), a leading medical equipment company,
manufacturing medical diagnostics and cardiac products, has signed
share purchase agreements to acquire two Indian medical equipment
manufacturing companies, Devon Innovations Pvt Ltd (Bangalore) and
Ormed Medical Technology Ltd (Chennai).
Chemists Check Competition With BP
In an attempt to counter the threats posed by big pharma retail
chains, chemist stores across the country have rolled up their sleeves
and initiated a series of steps to match the offers promised by big
Hospitals Log Onto Telemedicine
The concept of telemedicine, started about eight years ago in India on
a pilot basis, has matured onto the next level. Major hospital groups
are now looking at significantly expanding their centres not just in
India but also in neighbouring countries.