ZDRAVOOKHRANENIYE, Moscow

Entrance area to the ZDRAVOOKHRANENIYE

ZDRAVOOKHRANENIYE, Moscow

International Exhibition for Health Care,
Medical Engineering and Pharmaceuticals

5 – 9 December 2016

City: Moscow, Russia
Venue: Expocentre

Organiser: Expocentre
Established: 1974
Project management: Dietmar Terviel

Contact

Dietmar Terviel
Telephone: +49 211 4560 7734
Fax: +49 211 4560 7740

Impressions Gallery

Entrance area to the ZDRAVOOKHRANENIYE
Walkways at the ZDRAVOOKHRANENIYE
Conferences and seminars
Impressions at the trade fair stands
View of the trade fair halls
Impressions at the trade fair stands
Conferences and seminars
View of the well-filled trade fair halls
Impressions from the ZDRAVOOKHRANENIYE
Walkways at the ZDRAVOOKHRANENIYE

Profile data

Main product groups
  • Medical instrumentation, equipment and diagnostics
  • Primary healthcare
  • Laboratory medicine (test systems, laboratory equipment, laboratory diagostics, laboratory furniture)
  • Medical consumables, suture materials, medical clothing, products for patient care and hygiene products
  • Design and facilities for hospitals, physician's rooms, health and SPA centers, sanitation, disinfection and sterilization equipment, sterile products' storage
  • Medical furniture
  • High medical technologies for cardiology, transplantology, neurosurgery, reproductive medicine, nanotechnologies
  • Advanced information technologies in medicine
  • Maternal and child health, modern medical technologies
  • Dentistry
  • Insurance medicine, individual healthcare programs, patient care medical services
  • Medical research institutes, medical schools and departments, postgraduate medical education, medical literature, medical e-magazines
  • Medical treatment abroad
  • Exhibition "Healthy Lifestyle": rehabilitation and sports medicine, spa technology, -equipment, -supplies, fitness centers, health nutrition products, balneology

Visitor target groups
  • General practitioners
  • Health ministry officials
  • Hospital doctors / nursing staff
  • Hospital managers
  • Medical trade
  • Medical industry
  • Pharmacists
  • Physiotherapists
  • Public institutions






Statistics

Item

2013

2014

2015

Total exhibitors

888

820

724

Domestic

498

464

454

Foreign

390

356

270

Countries

42

40

33

Total net exhibition area (m²)

19,205

16,029

12,019

Total visitors

32,140

31,252

23,260

Key economic data 2015 to 2017* for Russia

Real change in % in comparison with previous year
*2016 + 2017: Forecast
GDP 2015-2017
Gross capital investment 2015–2017
Import 2015–2017

Market Data for "Medical Technology"

billion RUB (2014)

Market volume*

200.0

Import

161.1

*Calculative: Local production + import – export (deviations caused by rounding)

Outline data (Source: Statistisches Bundesamt)

Value (Year)

Number of inhabitants (million)

146.2 (2015)

Population increase (% p.a.)

0.1 (2015)

Average life expectancy at birth (years)

71.5 (2015)

Proportion of health expenditure to GDP (%)

3.5 (2014)

Doctors / 100,000 inhabitants

491 (2012)

Hospital beds / 100,000 inhabitants

929 (2012)

Future prospects for “Medical Technology”

Economic output is continuing to decrease in Russia, but less rapidly than it did last year. The fact that the market for medical technology is continuing to shrink cannot be denied. In addition to the sense of reservation towards western manufacturers, there is also the fact that public spending on health has been cut further in 2016 by an estimated 8 per cent, to approximately 7 billion euros. Almost half of this figure is accounted for by the procurement of medical technology and consumables, with the majority being spent on covering personnel and administration costs. The number of new hospitals and hospitals to be modernised is also falling. Despite improvements in the home medical technology industry, dependency on imports, particularly with advanced technology, is approximately 80 to 90 per cent. Despite the high dependency on imports, Russian imports of medical technology are falling – this has been caused by financing problems, the government policy of import substitution and the considerable devaluation of the ruble, which has led to a large increase in the price of imports.

Source: Germany Trade & Invest, www.gtai.com      
Further information: www.medprom.ru