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    • Brazilian Medical & Dental Devices
      • Integrated Sectorial Project
        • Result of a cooperation agreement between APEX-BRASIL and ABIMO since Sept ´01
      • The Project promotes :
        • Technological improvement
        • International trade effectiveness
        • Export growth
    • Brazilian Medical & Dental Devices
      • APEX-BRASIL
        • Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (Ministry of Development, Industry and Trade)
      • ABIMO
        • Brazilian medical devices manufacturers association
    • Overview of the brazilian industry of medical, dental and laboratory products
    • Health in Brazil
      • Population
          • 186 million
      • Public investment on health
          • US$ 20 billion
            • (SIOPS/MS – 2005)
    • Health structure
          • Hospitals
            • 8,200 (66% private)
          • Hospital Beds
            • 500,000 (70% private)
          • Specialized Hospitals
            • 800 (87% private)
          • Diagnostic Support
            • 7,500 units (95% private)
          • (2005 - PAHO)
      • Excellence in Medical Specialties:
        • Cardiology
        • Ophthalmology
        • Rehabilitation
        • Odonthology
        • Plastic Surgery
        • Among others...
    • FACTS about the brazilian industry of medical, dental and laboratory products
    • Products
      • Medical and Hospital Equipment
      • Hospital Supplies
      • Implants and Prosthesis
      • Radiology Devices
      • Lab Equipment and Reagents
      • Dental Equipment and Supplies
      • 500 Companies
        • 34% Medical and Hospital Equip
        • 25% Dental Products
        • 14% Hospital Supplies
        • 13% Implants and Prosthesis
        • 8% Laboratory Products
        • 6% Radiology
            • 2005
      • São Paulo (State)
        • 77%
      • South Region
        • 10%
      • Other Regions
        • 23%
            • 2005
      Industries Location
      • Market
          • $ 3,33 Billion
      • Annual domestic production
          • US$ 2,46 Billion
      • Employment
          • Direct: 35 thousand Jobs
            • 2005
      • 2002
        • $ 1,5 Billion
      • 2003
        • $ 1,6 Billion
      • 2004
        • $ 1,8 Billion
      • 2005
        • $ 2,4 Billion
        • 60% in 3 years
      Gross Sales Growth
      • Imports
          • $ 1,27 Billion
      • Exports
          • $ 398 Million
            • 2005
      • 2002
        • $ 195 Million
      • 2003
        • $ 222 Million
      • 2004
        • $ 317 Million
      • 2005
        • $ 398 Million
        • Over 100% in 3 years
      Exports Growth
    • Capability
      • Production Technology
        • Domestic
          • 86%
        • Imported
          • 14%
      • Parts & Components
        • Domestic
          • 70%
        • Imported
          • 30%
      2005
    • Quality Standards - Process
      • 82% Certified Industry
        • GMP*: 43%
        • ISO 9000: 32%
        • ISO 13485: 19%
        • Others: 6%
        • * Good manufacturing practices
    • Quality Standards - Products
      • NBR IEC 60.601*: 60%
      • CE: 30%
      • Others: 10%
        • *Brazilian Standard System based
        • on European IEC 60.601
    • Destination of Exports
      • South America
      • Central America
      • North America
      • Europe
      • Africa
      • Middle East
      • Asia
      • Australia
      • diversity
      • capability
      • technology
      • quality
      • health essentials !