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BioDevice 2014 is Coming in May in Shanghai

SHANGHAI, Feb. 26, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Organized by UBM and MEDTEC, the inaugural BioDevice 2014 is to be held on 28-29 May in Shanghai, China. The summit features two related tracks: IIMD track that will focus on the recent advances in implantable and interventional medical devices, and BIOMED track that will provide in-depth technical and business information on cutting biological medical devices.

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Extended life expectancy and the aging of population spur the demand for more sophisticated medical devices. Currently, although there is still a wide gap between China's medical devices industry and that in the developed countries, China's medical device market has developed at a relatively rapid pace in the past few years and will soon be the world's second largest medical device market. Research suggests that the global medical devices market has reached US$50bn, offering excellent opportunities for the biomaterials suppliers. Materials are critical for many innovations of implantable and interventional medical devices. It is said that we will move into the era of regenerative implants, as future implants holds the promise of regenerating damaged tissues and organs.

Based on this global background, BioDevice 2014, organized by MEDTEC will be held on 28-29 May in Shanghai. This summit will focus on combination of biology, medicine and engineering, and also will bring together 150 industry professionals across the globe to discuss the development of biomedical devices, allowing opportunities to learn, discuss, network, challenge and collaborate under one roof.

Agenda at a glance

28 May

 

Changing Regulatory Environment - Interpreting Medical Device Regulations

IIMD

BIOMED

New Landscape for Partnership & Commercialization

Innovation and Advanced Technology for the Future of BIOMED

29 May

New Materials Bring New Hope

IIMD

BIOMED

Breaking Research in IIMD Technologies

Latest BIOMED Development and Quality Management

Topics Covered:

  • Gain insight into the ever-changing, complex regulations set to impact the sector over the next few years
  • Explore cutting-edge technologies for implantable and interventional medical devices and meet the most innovative suppliers in order to strengthen your products
  • Engage in lively discussions and debates on Investment Opportunities, Tissue Engineering Intelligent Implants with fellow attendees
  • Assess how to effectively integrate various departments and ensure quality in medical device with senior experts
  • Walk away with validation, testing and requirements for biocompatibility and an in depth dissection of ISO 10993 for medical devices
  • Gain insight into medical robotics: clinical needs & future technology
  • Explore the latest technologies being considered in the broad area of MEMS and biomedical nanotechnology

Contact Information:

Sally Chen
Phone Number: +86-21-61573930
Email: [email protected]

SOURCE UBM China

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