‘focus on medical instrument research’

by:Dino     2021-08-12
The lack of innovation has forced India\'s civilian sector to rely heavily on imports of expensive equipment, a national research professor at the University of manapalS.
\"Said Mr.
Research institutions in India have failed to develop affordable medical devices, resulting in the lack of access to modern health care for the country\'s population, he said in a keynote speech at the International Symposium on photon applications and nano-materials, which began on Wednesday under the auspices of the Sree Chitra Tirunal Institute of Medical Science and Technology (SCTIMST).
Indian research institutions have been plagued by poor ability to make instruments.
The only exception is the space, atomic energy, and defense agency that has acquired the capability to manufacture satellites, fast neutron proliferation reactors, and missiles.
He observed that AmericaS.
In 2004, there were 9,000 patented medical devices, and Germany was 80 on the 900th.
On the other hand, India has only three patents in this field.
India lacks a stateof-the-
Art electronics industry
China has to import most of its chips today because of missing buses in the electronics industry.
The professor highlighted the plight of the higher education sector
There are 1,000 universities and more than 10,000 universities in the country that do not have access to modern instruments, said Mr.
He stressed the need for collaborative approaches to develop and commercialize affordable equipment for the needs of the country.
Governor P. In his speech
Sathasivam says it is possible that photons and nano-materials will lead the revolution in healthcare.
He said the exchange of ideas between experts from India and other countries may drive progress in this area.
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