Finished-product manufacturing in the medical industry covers a wide range of products that are essential for healthcare. These products include remedies and aids, catheters, cannulas, stents, needles, surgical instruments, implants (passive and active), electromedical devices, endoscopes, wearables, dental products, surgical technology, hospital equipment, rehabilitation technology, in vitro diagnostics (IVD), laboratory technology and biomedical products.
Finished-product manufacturing is about producing high-quality and safe products that meet medical standards. The manufacture of catheters, cannulas, stents and needles requires precision and the highest quality to ensure the best possible patient care. Surgical instruments play a crucial role in operations and require thorough inspection to ensure they meet strict sterility requirements.
Implants, both passive and active, are used to support or restore defective body functions. These implants must be both durable and safe to provide long-term benefits to patients. Dental products include dental implants, dentures and other devices to improve oral health.
Electromedical devices such as pacemakers and insulin pumps are used to treat and monitor certain medical conditions.
Endoscopes enable non-invasive examinations and provide doctors with a detailed view of the body.
Wearables such as fitness trackers and smart watches are gaining popularity and support the monitoring of health parameters.
In vitro diagnostics (IVD) and laboratory technology play a crucial role in the diagnosis and monitoring of diseases. Biomedical products, such as drugs and therapies, are developed to treat diseases and improve patients' quality of life.