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The 19th Medical Fair India is scheduled in New Delhi in March

The longest-running medical exhibition in India with participation from more than 300 exhibitors from 15 countries is scheduled March 8-10 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi.


medical_fair_india_logoFormerly known as HOSPIMedica India, Medical Fair India 2013 is an international trade exhibition and conference on diagnostics, medical equipment and current trends. The global event is organized jointly by Messe Düsseldorf Germany and its Indian subsidiary, Messe Düsseldorf India.

Prestigious manufacturers of medical equipment and technology are scheduled from more than 10 countries, including France, Belgium, the United States, China, Southeast Asia, Germany and India. Firms from Japan and Finland are scheduled to participate for the first time.

Exhibitors will showcase their modern and most innovative range at the medical sector’s biggest exhibition. On display will be world-class hospital supplies, surgical items, medical disposables, rehabilitation aids, diagnostics, hospital furniture, radiology and imaging equipment, physiotherapy equipment, critical care/emergency equipment, disinfection and waste management systems, medical software and medical publications.

Medical Fair India attracted more than 6,000 visitors last year with more anticipated for 2013.

Medical Fair, which alternates annually between Mumbai and New Delhi, is the ideal platform to meet the “who’s who” of the sector, to discuss and seal new deals. The Indian healthcare sector is expected to become a $280 billion industry by 2020 with spending on health estimated to grow 14 percent annually, according to a report by an industry body.

At present, the sector is estimated to be around $40 billion and could grow to $78.6 billion soon. Better standards of living, improved education and increasing incidence of lifestyle diseases is triggering a higher demand for modern, quicker treatment methods and newer forms of diagnosis and therapy.

Further information about the fair is available online at www.medicalfair-india.com.

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