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Title: Diabetes


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Polypropylene Nonwoven in Medical Applications
Opportunities  Unlimited.
FICCI National Conference On Stimulating
Investment in Technical Textiles
Meditech and Geotech
Manoj Virmani Reliance Industries Ltd. 18th Nov
2010
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Contents
  • Indias Gift to Healthcare
  • Medical textiles
  • History
  • Global scenario
  • Indian Scenario
  • PP Non Woven
  • Why PP NW..?
  • Existing Emerging Applications
  • Recron Safeband
  • RIL Role
  • Summary

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Indias Gift to Healthcare Dates Back to BC
Yoga
Prevention
Ayurveda
Cure
Siddha
A Noble Service to Entire Humanity .. Never
Ending
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Indias Gift to Healthcare 600 BC
Sushruta Samhita' is considered to be a part of
Atharvaveda.
Sushruta Believed to be 1st Plastic Surgeon in
World
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Indias Gift to Healthcare 20th Century
  • Jaipur Foot
  • Prosthetic limbs for Rehabiliation
  • Dr P K Sethi Mr R C Sharma revolutionized the
    concept
  • Cost Few Hundred Rupees Vs Several Thousand
    Dollars
  • Service to Physically Challenged all over the
    world

Provides Second Life at an Affordable Cost
Gandhian Engineering
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  • Indias Association with Healthcare will continue
    to flourish with Medical textile.like PP Non
    Woven

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  • Medical textiles

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Medical Textiles means
  • Products constructions for medical and
    biological applications.
  • Used primarily for first aid, clinical and
    hygienic purposes.
  • E.g. Bandages, operating room attires like
    drapes, gowns and face masks etc.

One of the rapidly expanding sectors in the
technical textile market
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History
  • First recorded use in the " Egyptian Surgical
    Papyrus" nearly 4000 years ago.
  • Hand-woven cloth or spider webs used earlier to
    stop bleeding.
  • "Susanta Sambita" ,an Indian literature, 500 AD
    mentioned many suture materials like
    horsehair, leather strips, cotton, animal sinews,
    and fibrous tree bark.

The trend continues with emergence of Modern day
medical textiles
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Classification
Healthcare and Hygiene are the key areas for PP NW
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Global Scenario
  • Medical textiles 9 of total technical
    textiles(8238 US mn)
  • Comprise of 33 of the total NW market
  • NW disposable market growing at CAGR of 7.5 (12
    bn market by 2010).
  • US NW market to exceed 3.4 bn by 2010
  • NW Medical fabrics account for 80 of the items
    used in USA(2.75 Bn Sq Mtr )
  • It varies in Europe between 40-60.
  • Penetration in China has crossed 40.
  • Growth drivers
  • Growing consumer awareness
  • Stringent standards by regulatory agencies (EN
    13795 )

Surgical market is the largest growing segment
among all Medical textiles
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Indian Scenario
  • NW usage lt 1 of USA consumption
  • Medical Textile comprises 4 of the Indian
    technical textiles market
  • Significant use of multiple use healthcare
    textiles
  • Market to touch Rs 2263 Cr by 2012(CAGR-8)
  • Growth Drivers
  • 11th Five Year Plan recommends use of Non-Woven
    in Govt. Hospitals
  • Growing Consumer Awareness and Stringent
    Standards
  • Medical tourism

Baseline survey of Technical textile industry in
India_-2009 Report of Textile Jute Industry
11th Five Year Plan ( 2007 -12 ) Govt.of India
PP NW is emerging as a preferred medical textile
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IndiaEmerging Medical Tourism Centre
  • Why India..??
  • World class treatment
  • Technologically advanced diagnostic equipment
  • Stringent quality assurance.
  • 1/3rd Costs

Cost of Key HealthCare Procedures Cost of Key HealthCare Procedures Cost of Key HealthCare Procedures Cost of Key HealthCare Procedures Cost of Key HealthCare Procedures
Currency USD US Thailand India India healthcare cost- of US
Cardiac surgery 50,000 14,250 4,000 12.5
Bone marrow transplant 62,500 62,500 30,000 13.33
Liver transplant 500,000 75,000 45,000 11.11
Orthopedic surgery 16,000 6,900 4,500 3.56
Source IBEF Research Source IBEF Research Source IBEF Research Source IBEF Research Source IBEF Research
Medical tourism in IndiaWorld class treatment
Holidays Big savings
RefCII Mckinsy study
PP NW to grow thru growing Healthcare sector
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  • Non Woven

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Non Woven (NW)
Wide Variety of Processes Wide Choice of Raw
Materials
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Materials for Non Woven
  • Polypropylene (PP) The material of choice
  • Chemically Inert
  • Light Weight
  • Food grade and FDA approved
  • Sterilize-able

PP followed by Polyester - The Most Widely
Used Material Today
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Why Non Woven..??
  • Protection against dry/wet contact air-borne
    particles
  • Optimal fluid absorbency
  • Breathable Exchange of air, body heat and
    moisture
  • Hygienic Bacteria, Fungus, Virus Resistant
  • Excellent barrier properties
  • Stain free lint free

Safety - the prime consideration
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Why Non Woven..??...contd
  • Strong yet lightweight
  • Excellent fluid repellency
  • Optimum wearer comfort convenience
  • Single-use 100 certainty
  • Gives fresh new look
  • Engineered stability for ETO, plasma, radiation,
    or steam sterilization

Linen usages still prevalent in India
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Linen Vs Non Woven fabric
  • Eliminates (V/s. Linen)
  • Collection
  • Sorting
  • Washing
  • Inspection
  • Inventory
  • Accounting

Comfort, Convenience, Cost Hygiene are blended
perfectly.
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Linen Vs Non Woven fabric..(contd.)
Properties Multi use Linen wear PPNW Single use wear
Microbial barrier Low High
Liquid repellency Low High
Lint High Low
Drapeability Excellent Better
Comfort Excellent Better
Storage space High Low
Contamination High Low
BMW creation Low High
Cost savings High Low
Probability of Surgical Site Infection High Low
Mechanical resistance High Medium
Probability of Hospital-acquired infection (HAI) High Low
Internationally accepted material for single use
medical wear
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  • EXISTING APPLICATION OF NON WOVEN

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Surgical Face Mask
  • Bacteria Filtration Capability
  • Barrier Properties
  • Splash Resistance
  • Breath ability
  • Cost Efficiency
  • Skin Friendly

Outbreak of swine flue causes wide spread usage
of face masks in India
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Head Wear
  • The hair and scalp area frequently contain large
    numbers of micro organisms.
  • If hair is kept still from movement then less
    bacteria is released
  • Effective way to keep the hair still

Most effective way to prevent falling of Hairs
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AIDS Kit/Delivery kit
  • Gown Isolation
  • Surgeon cap
  • Face mask
  • Bed Sheet
  • Shoe cover
  • Advantages
  • Prevent infection
  • Non toxic/non pyrogenic
  • Safe and convenient to use

Safeguard against infection
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Gowns in Operating Rooms
  • Breathable Viral Barrier
  • Avoids Pathogenic Transmission
  • Low Lint
  • Softness, Breath ability and Drape

Tested for suitability to check Avian Influenza,
Healthcare Associated Infections, Hepatitis,
AIDS, MRSA, SARS etc.
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  • EMERGING APPLICATION OF NON WOVEN

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Adult Incontinence Diapers
  • Useful for Bed ridden Patients
  • Managing leakages associated with Urine and Bowel
    Incontinence.
  • Advantages
  • Ease of use
  • Comfort
  • Odor control

Increasing Demand for Senior Citizen Healthcare
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Bed Sheet and Pillow Cover
  • Bed Sheet and Pillow Cover
  • Replacement of Uncomfortable Oil Cloth
  • Gives a Fresh New look vis-à-vis a washed linen
  • Better Hygiene as compared to a washed linen
  • More resistance to the tear and a nice touch
  • Anti Bacterial Treated Bed Drape
  • In built pouches to enable fluid management.
  • Conformable to body contours
  • Useful for Patients having Bed Sores.

Cost of new PP NW pillow cover same as the
washing cost
Offer more softness feel very close to
traditional textile fabrics.
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Disposable Innerwear
  • Light Weight
  • Better Hygiene
  • The low cost alternative for all patients
  • No hassles of washing

The all season solution, can also be used during
travelling
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Maternity Kit
  • For patient use
  • For doctor use
  • For new born baby
  • Gown Isolation
  • Surgeon cap
  • Face mask
  • Drape
  • Towel
  • Shoe cover
  • Wrapper

A Perfect way to offer ultimate comfort and
convenience
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OT kit/Surgeon kit
  • Can be used in
  • Operation theatre
  • Clinical autopsy
  • Pharmaceutical industry
  • Laboratories




Surgical infection prevention safeguards are
upgraded by hospitals
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Personalized Care
  • Cubicles
  • Isolation Curtain Chambers.

Need of time Better materials for better
hygiene
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Others
  • Examination Table Sheet
  • Angiography Drapes
  • Laparatomy Pack
  • Ready Made Packs for various Procedures

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Disposal mechanism
  • Disposal Method
  • The ideal method recommended is Incineration.
  • No emission of toxic gases during Incineration
  • Presently practiced in many hospitals for
    disposables like face mask, gowns, head caps, etc.

Non Woven Consume less energy for disposal
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  • Reliance Role

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360 partnership
Reliance and You
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Supply Chain
  • Supply chain in place for PP NW
  • Abundant availability of Raw material (PP PP non
    woven fabric) indigenously.
  • 200 converters / manufacturers of medical
    Disposables operating across the country
  • Supply to Hospitals through Distributors
  • Machinery available to manufacture single use
    medical wear.
  • Well capable disposable facilities

The established supply chain will ensure smooth
supply of medical wears
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Reliance Industries Ltd Major Link in supply
chain
PP
  • 2.7 MMTA capacity
  • 5th Largest producer in the world
  • Wide Range of Grades
  • Superior Technological Strengths
  • Strong Focus on Innovations and RD

PP at your doorsteps from 185 marketing outlets
in India
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Awareness creation
  • Awareness Creation on various platforms
  • Joint programs with IMA
  • Displays and presentations in hospitals
  • Trials to demonstrate efficacy
  • Articles in medical magazines

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Indian standards initiative
  • Draft BIS standards for applications like
  • Face mask
  • Surgical Gown etc

Standards ensure quality and sustainable growth
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Entrepreneur development
Support
  • Concept
  • Product Identification
  • Market data
  • Feasibility Studies
  • Development
  • Implementation
  • Supply chain
  • Nurturing new development
  • Machine Manufacturers

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  • Existing Customers
  • New Entrepreneur
  • OEM / End Users

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360 Support Concept to Commercialization
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  • Recron Safeband

Where INNOVATION is a CONTINUOUS process
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Rolled Bandage
  • Light weight woven fabrics used for dressing of
    injuries, cuts and wounds
  • Inherently antibacterial and antifungal
  • Antimicrobial activity (JISL 1902 ISO 20473)
  • Prevents growth of micro-organisms in hot and
    humid conditions
  • Stronger and Highly durable
  • Non allergic (ISO 10993-10)
  • Lint free
  • Painless changing of dressing

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Crepe Bandage
  • A uniquely designed fabric with high
    stretchability
  • Used for General surgical, orthopaedic and sports
    injuries
  • Extremely convenient for pressure dressing
  • Provide muscular support for Sprains, strains,
    aches, dislocations and painful joints
  • Inherent antimicrobial and anti fungal properties
  • Odour free
  • Stronger and durable
  • Washable and reusable
  • Hold muscles and joints tighter

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Summing up..
  • PP NW
  • Emerging medical textile.
  • Potential exist for untapped applications.
  • Supply chain in place .
  • Opportunity exist for investment.

Medical textile fraternityAre we geared up to
meet the challenge..???
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Health is WealthLet us acquire both thru NW
Healthcare A Recession-proof Industry
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