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Las Vegas to Host International Conference on Polymers in Medical Applications in February 2012

SpecialChem / Aug 26, 2011

innoPlast is going to conduct an international conference on Polymers in Medical Applications in Las Vegas, USA from Feb 29 to March 2, 2012. Learn the newest trends and technical advances in the use of Polymeric Materials in Medical Applications; speakers are from premier institutions such as the world-class Ronald Reagan Medical Center at UCLA, ABBOTT Vascular, JOHNSON & JOHNSON-Cordis, BOSTON SCIENTIFIC, MEDTRONIC, REVA Medical, MiMEDX, BECKTON DICKINSON, ROCHE Diagnostics and more.

The conference is being organized into the following sessions:

  • Session I: Polymers in CARDIOVASCULAR Devices
  • Session II: Polymers in ORTHOPAEDIC Devices
  • Session III: Advances in MATERIALS & COATINGS
  • Session IV: Advances in MANUFACTURING: Devices & Materials
  • Session V: REGULATORY Requirements for Medical Polymers

For Registration / Sponsorship / Details, please CLICK the link below:

www.MediPlastConference.com

Note: There is a 20% Super Early Bird Discount for registrations received before SEPT 30 and the charges will be billed not before FEB 1, 2012

About Polymers in Medical Applications

Polymeric Materials represent one of the greatest innovations in science & biotechnology that have led to advancement in almost every field of medicine. This keynote presentation will discuss the parallel growth in plastics and medical technology and how several landmark technological advances indifferent fields of medicine were made possible by use of plastics. Topics will include how innovations in the field of plastics have contributed to the advancement of surgical equipment and techniques, critical care and life support hardware, and radiologic evaluation with the advent of MRI and how changes in these fields have shaped the current practice of medicine. Presentation will also address how the evolution of plastic technology in and out of the hospital has lead to decreasing rates of infection and medication-related error.

Source: innoPlast


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