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Indian defence scientists cut device costs

This article was originally published in Clinica

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Defence scientists at a number of research centres in India are using military technology to develop high-tech medical devices, reports the IDMA Bulletin. The low-cost devices - including a cardiac pacemaker, a computer-based cancer detection device, an Nd-YAG laser for eye surgery and a stress test system - are designed to save India substantial foreign exchange by replacing more expensive imported products.

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