India’s first medical technology park opens in Tamil NaduJanuary 25th, 2010 - 6:58 pm ICT by IANS
Chennai, Jan 25 (IANS) India’s first medical technology park opened near Chennai Monday will bring cutting-edge medical technology to the country and bring down the cost of expensive equipment like ultrasound machines.
Spread over 25 acres and designed to house 10 international medical technology manufacturers, the Trivitron Medical Technologies Park aims to bring cutting edge medical technology to medical professionals at affordable costs.
After the inauguration, G.S.K. Velu, managing director of Trivitron Group of Companies, said: “The setting up of this park will put India on the global map of medical technology manufacturing. The fact is that this initiative will eventually help bring down healthcare costs, facilitating the spread of advanced medical technology across the country.”
A range of products including ultrasound systems, colour dopplers, X-ray machines, C-arms, in-vitro diagnostic reagents and instruments, cardiology diagnostic instruments, critical care instruments, modular operating theatres, operating theatre lights and tables and implantable medical devices will be manufactured at the park.
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