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World Conference on Pharma Industry and Medical Devices, will be organized around the theme “ “Exploring Innovative Developments in Pharma Industry & Medical devices””

MedTech-2022 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in MedTech-2022

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Pharma industry combines a broad range of scientific disciplines that are involved with the design, action, delivery, disposition and use of drugs. This field draws on numerous regions of the essential and connected sciences, for example, science, science the study of disease transmission, measurements, chemo metrics, arithmetic, material science and compound building and applies their standards to the investigation of medications.

  • Pharma formulations                                
  • Bio pharmaceutics
  • Pre formulation studies
  • Pharma biotechnology
  • Routes of drug delivery
  • Pharma material


Healthcare information technology is the area of information technology system involving the design, development, creation, use and maintenance of information system approaches to improve public health, medical care, lower cost, increase efficiency, reduce errors and improve patient satisfaction for the  healthcare industry. These include uses of data analytics, artificial intelligence, cognitive computing and many others to effectively manage patient health management programs, development of new therapies and drugs, efficient aggregation and analysis of patient information.


The main advantage of Novel Drug Delivery System is providing the drug to the target site in a controlled manner for enhanced efficacy with less side effects. It follows two approaches one is spatial drug delivery which involves targeting a drug to a particular organ or tissue and another one is temporal drug delivery. In this the rate of the drug delivery to the target tissue is controlled by various techniques.


Bioavailability can be referred to as the rate and extent to which active ingredient or active element of the drug product is absorbed and becomes available at the site of action. The extent and rate of drug absorption are usually measured by the area under the blood or plasma concentration-time curve  (AUC) and the maximum concentration (C max), respectively. 

Bioequivalence: When two drug products or two formulations of the same drug provide the same therapeutic effect, they are said to be bioequivalent, or, that they are therapeutically equivalent. It means, their rates and extent of absorptions do not reflect a significant difference at the site of action.


Clinical pharmacy and pharmacy practice play important roles in clinical trials and clinical research. In recent years pharmacist role in clinical research and patient care has improved significantly and they play active role in designing and modifying drug therapies. This session focuses on the recent advancements in clinical research and pharmacy practice.

Pharmacogenomics and Pharmacogenomics can assist the physicians achieve the target of personalized medicine. Personalized medicine will come to mean not just the right drug for the right individual, but the right drug for the specific infection disease influence a specific individual. It is a major challenge in current clinical practice, drug development, and drug regulation. 


The Pharmaceutical Industry is directly impacted by the research conducted with prescription drugs, vaccines, and OTC drugs being manufactured based on findings from the study of life sciences. Clinical trials are conducted to ensure that products being developed are tested on how well they work on individuals affected by the diseases or conditions they are created to treat. 

Toxicology is the scientific study of adverse effects that occur in living organisms due to chemicals. It involves observing and reporting symptoms, mechanisms, detection and treatments of toxic substances, in particular relation to the poisoning of humans.


 Pharmaceutical Manufacturing is the procedure of Pharmaceutical Drugs by pharmaceutical manufacturing companies. It is under constant pressure to fast-track innovation and increase the speed at which they introduce successful drugs to market. The days of big pharmaceutical companies owning many manufacturing plants are slowly ending, and every company, no matter what size, is looking for ways to lessen costs to survive in an increasingly tough and unpredictable economic climate.

Pharma economics is analysed as a part of decision processes at several stages of drug development and drug marketing. Greater challenges in decision-making coupled with improvements in the techniques of pharma economic research point to a greater role for pharma economics into the new millennium. This in turn will have consequences for companies in the pharmaceutical industry.

Digital marketing will be the next frontier for pharmaceutical companies as many of them are scaling up their consumer businesses and introducing an array of consumer brands. Traditionally, marketing innovation in the pharmaceutical industry has been stunted by heavy regulatory restrictions. Historically, pharmaceutical companies have had little to no interaction with their end-users-patients-since they depended entirely on their health care providers for medical knowledge and advice. The $17 billion pharmaceutical industry is currently undergoing a digital wave.

R&D has traditionally been and will continue to be (probably even more) crucial for the growth and future success of research-based pharma companies. The pharmaceutical industry has now entered a period of significant uncertainty and transition characterized by higher R&D costs, depleted pipelines and financial restriction to perform innovative research. The global credit crunch exacerbates all this with more and more layoffs and research budget cuts, but major crisis can sometimes produce major opportunities. 


Medtech is any device intended to be used for medical purposes. Significant potential for hazards are inherent when using a device for medical purposes and thus medtech must be proved safe and effective with reasonable assurance before regulating governments allow marketing of the device in their country. As a general rule, as the associated risk of the device increases the amount of testing required to establish safety and efficacy also increases. Further, as associated risk increases the potential benefit to the patient must also increase.