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China Int'l Medical Electronics Technology 2008

18.02.2008
Shenzhen, China - Hundreds of engineers and managers from medical electronics equipments designers and manufacturing will attend the event.

As people pay more attention to health, there is an increasing demand for medical electronic products in the market, especially a rapid growth of high-end products, such as CT scan, MRI, top grade ultrasonic diagnosis instrument, etc.

It has significantly enlarged market size of global medical electronic instrument. Espicom, a market research organization forecasts that the global medical instrument market volume will exceed USD 200 billion, among which medical electronic products will account for 45%, hitting USD 90 billion.

In the perspective of Chinafs market, accelerated market growth, hospital informationalization progress and related state policy changes have exerted favorable influence.

Chinafs medical electronic market continued to expand in the year of 2006. Its sales volume exceeded RMB 20 billion, reaching RMB 21.08 billion, up by 15.6% over the previous year, obviously higher than the growth of the same kind of market of the world. In the coming years, Chinafs medical electronic market will continue to grow steadily, with the CAGR (compound annual growth rate) of 18.2%, and in the year of 2011, Chinafs medical electronic market volume will be expected to approach RMB 50 billion.

The medical electronic market growth has fueled the development of the industries such as medical electronic semiconductors, components, materials and manufacturing equipment, etc.

In the coming five years, the medical electronic semiconductor market will grow at the CAGR of 11%. Its volume will exceed USD 3.5 billion. To meet strict demands on steadiness and performance of medical electronic equipment, safety of equipment and userfs body and specific demands on certification of medical system, higher requirements have been set for medical electronic elements and design programs as well as materials and production technologies, etc.

Because of the development trend of small size and better portability, there will be a higher requirement on power consumption and signal processing. Engineers will thus meet a bigger challenge.

Exhibition Category

Medical Electronics IC & Components, including Sensor, Passive Components,, Modules, etc.;

Medical Electronics Test & Measurement Instruments;

Advanced Materials Applied in Medical Electronics

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