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PAST PROJECTS AND PRODUCTS DEVELOPED

Cytoscan System
Project Tulasi
Stress Test System
Kalam Raju Coronary Stent
External Cardiac Pacemaker
Slit Lamp Microscope
Drishti [Eye Laser]
Coronary Catheters

PRODUCTS IN ADVANCED STAGE OF DEVELOPMENT

Cochlear Implant
Improved Surgical Tool for Minimally Invasive Surgery
Deep Brain Stimulator

PROJECTS IN PIPELINE

Sensor for Intra-Cranial Pressure Monitor
Diagnostic Kit for Glycated Hb
External Counter Pulsator (ECP)
Orthopedic Implants

PRODUCTS IN THE MARKET

Floor Reaction Orthosis
Orbital Implant
Titanium Bone and Dental Implant
Critical Care Ventilators
Laparoscopic Surgery Training Simulator
 
 
 
     
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A brief details of the projects undertaken by SBMT.

I. PAST PROJECTS AND PRODUCTS DEVELOPED

 
 

CYTOSCAN SYSTEM

This is a personal computer based system capable of acquiring and analyzing the image of analyzing the image of a cell with a view to detect and classify cell abnormalities. The system was found very useful for mass screening of people for cancer. Read more...

 
 

PROJECT TULASI

The programme entitled ‘TULASI’ was a pilot project undertaken by the Society for Biomedical Technology to carry out screening of rural population with particular emphasis on tribal / rural women having or suspecting to have cervical cancer.Read more...

 
 

STRESS TEST SYSTEM

This is a personal computer based system and has been developed to carry out the stress test on heart patients and probable heart patients. It is a low cost indigenous version of the stress test systems available abroad. Read more...

 
 

KALAM RAJU CORONARY STENT

India’s first coronary stent was developed in collaboration with Mediciti Hospitals, Hyderabad. Coronary stents are widely used by cardiologists to dialate constricted arteries for treating heart attacks. Read more...

 

EXTERNAL CARDIAC PACEMAKER

This product was developed for patients suffering from the degenerative heart disease. The project consists of the development of a programmable external pacemaker for intensive care and also programmable implantable pacemaker. Read more...

SLIT LAMP MICROSCOPE

The Slit Lamp Microscope [SLM] is a basic ophthalmic device required by all ophthalmologists for examination of the eyes and for diagnosis and treatment of some of the eye diseases as part of laser eye surgery. This SLM can be retrofitted with Nd:YAG laser equipment. Read more...

DRISHTI EYE LASER

DRDO, in collaborationn with LV Prasad Eye Institute, Hyderabad, has designed a pulsed Nd-YAG laser with a delivery system for ophthalmological applications. The system is used as a photodisruptor for the treatment of glaucoma. Read more...

CORONARY CATHETERS

This project aimed at the indigenisation of cardio-vascular catheters [diagnostic and angioplasty] to bring down their price. Selection of indigenous polymeric materials was done at Defence Materials and Stores R&D Establishment (DMSRDE), Read more...

II. PRODUCTS IN ADVANCED STAGE OF DEVELOPMENT

COCHLEAR IMPLANT

The development of the indigenous multi electrode cochlear prosthesis for the benefit of profoundly deaf people was taken up by Naval Science & Technological Laboratory (NSTL), DRDO. Read more...

IMPROVED SURGICAL TOOL FOR MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGERY

SBMT in collaboration with Indian Institute of Science (IISc) and Bangalore Endoscopic Surgery and Training (BEST) Institute has taken up a project for development of improved surgical tool for minimally invasive surgery. Read more...

DEEP BRAIN STIMULATOR

Deep brain stimulation is the surgical procedure used to treat neurological disorders such as Parkinson’s disease and essential tremors. Since these diseases are common deep brain stimulation will bring relief to many affected persons.Read more...

III. PROJECTS IN PIPELINE

SENSOR FOR INTRA CRANIAL PRESSURE MONITOR

Many medical and surgical disorders affecting the neurological system results in rise in intracranial pressure within the skull and contributes to considerable morbidity and mortality. Read more...

DIAGNOSTIC KIT FOR GLYCATED HB

Diabetes Mellitus is assuming epidemic proportions in India and it is imperative that cost effective solutions to monitor its treatment is developed. Glycated Hemoglobin (HbA1C) is recommended as a biomarker to monitor control of Diabetes Mellitus. Read more...

EXTERNAL COUNTER PULSATOR ECP

Ischemic heart disease and heart failure are increasing in incidence and prevalence around the world. These diseases remain the commonest cause of disability and death than any other illness. Read more...

ORTHOPEDIC IMPLANTS

In the past, SBMT was the driving force to develop orthopedic devices such as FRO and Artificial limb to help people who had undergone amputation of legs. Read more...

IV. PRODUCTS IN THE MARKET

FLOOR REACTION ORTHOSIS

DRDO has been carrying out R&D work for the development of assistive devices for the physically handicapped. In this context a low cost indigenous Floor Reaction Orthosis [FRO] has been developed, which is a remedy for polio patients whose quadriceps muscles are paralysed.Read more...

DEVELOPMENT OF ORBITAL IMPLANT

The project is aimed at development of hydroxyapatite based porous integrated orbital implants of different design and size for direct implantation eliminating tissue grafting for fixation to provide a satisfactory functional and cosmetic rehabilitation of the anophthalmic patients. Read more...

TITANIUM BONE AND DENTAL IMPLANT

The project has been taken up by INMAS, DMRL and NFTDC. Titanium Bone Plates & Screws have been developed and clinically assessed in 205 cases (335 titanium plates, 1310 screws) at 7 centres including Services & civilian institutions. Read more...

CRITICAL CARE VENTILATORS

Named INVENTA, it is a fully Functional Critical Care Ventilator designed to meet the needs of Indian Healthcare after years of extensive research involving medical professionals, academicians and scientists. Read more...

LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERY TRAINING SIMULATOR

Laparoscopic Surgery has become a popular surgical tool in the hands of surgeons. These procedures are often referred to as key hole operations and require only very small incisions. Read more...

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