Manufacturing for medical and medical devices includes implants, instruments, equipment and software for application and use in therapeutics, monitoring and diagnostics.
Vermont is home to a thriving medical device manufacturing cluster that offers capabilities in key areas, such as:
- Antimicrobial technologies, chemical analysis, diagnostic imaging tables, drug delivery systems, electrodes, electronics and sensors, imaging software, infusion medical devices, injection molding, plastics and polymers, precision liquid metering, medical diagnostics, microplate instrumentation and software, mobile surgery facilities, rubber tapes and elastic threads, security scanning / imaging components, R&D, medical and surgical tables, thermoplastics, thermoplastic elastomer compounds, and transdermal drug delivery systems.
According to Visiongain, the global medical device market will be worth $398 billion in 2017.
Medical and Medical Devices OEMs (for exhibitors only)
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