Tag Archives: Kozhikode

Non- Reusable Syringe- Biomedical innovation

In a major breakthrough, a doctor in Kerala has developed a cheap, effective and eco-friendly medical syringe that can never be reused.

Dr Baby Manoj

“The Peanut Safe Syringe becomes absolutely redundant after its first use. Neither the syringe nor the needle can ever be reused. Scavengers will never be able to collect, repack and sell it in the market,” said Dr Baby Manoj, a radiologist from Kozhikode, who invented the syringe.

The syringe can be used for injection as well as blood aspiration in a single sitting. In other syringe models, separate devices are needed for each procedure.

Fresher Biomedical Engineer R&D job in Kerala

IBIS Medical Equipment and Systems Pvt. Ltd.Biomedical engineerResearch and Development

IBIS Medical eqipments is a manufacturer of Neonatal products like, Phototheraphy , Radiant Warmer and more..
Assistant Biomedical engineer – R&D
Job Code: BME- RD
Job Location:  Kozhikode (Calicut), Ernakulam
Job Description:  Assistant Biomedical engineer for Research and Development department located in NIT campus , Calicut .
The Job profile includes the AUTO CAD designing job of new Machines , prototype designing of New Medical equipments . Data collection of new Inventions from Industry .
Functional Area:  Engineering Design/Production
Functional Role:  Assistant Designer
Candidate Requirement
AUTO CAD experience ,
Electronics design skill ,

preference for candidate from CALICUT region ..

BCG Health Square:India’s First Healthcare Mall in Kochi

Kochi is likely to emerge an international healthcare hub, if the responses to BCG Healthsquare, a 1.10 lakh sq.ft health mall, a novel attempt, of its kind.

Much like shopping mall offering retail space, a health mall offers the common infrastructure for health care providers to set up practice. This addresses the problem of high land cost and lack of space in cities for doctors to set up exclusive clinics.

Ms Rekha C.Babu, CEO, said that quality healthcare facilities under one roof are more in need. Earlier, individual houses were common, doctors could set up a clinic in the premises. With rapid urbanisation and apartment life, it is becoming difficult for them to set up independent practices.