Volume 8, Issue 2 (23 2009)                   jhosp 2009, 8(2): 30-36 | Back to browse issues page

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Behzadi F, Vatankhah S, Zargar S, Hosseini F.  The Survey Of Quantity and Quality Development Of Medical Equipment Export In First Two Years Of The Fourth Economical, Social and Cultural Development Plan Law (2005-2007). jhosp. 2009; 8 (2) :30-36
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Background: Medical Equipments have main rule in patients diagnosis and therapy trend and society health. In addition, technology development and increasing prices of these equipments cause vast quantity of exchange is designated to equipments import. Regarding to present level of economical development ability of manufacturing for different kinds of medical equipments is high in our country, there is no need to import in many cases, of course we can have export in this area. The aim of this research is survey of quantity development of medical equipments export emphasizing on 87 article of fourth economical, social and cultural development plan law.

Material and Methods: This research is descriptive applied study. Data have been gathered from checklists, meetings with related experts, library and internet studies and eventually former research documents investigation. Finally data have been analysis through comparative and adaptive tables and comparison of statistics calculated from statistical forms and checklists.

Results: Export rate of medical equipment from 1/08% of import rate, before the fourth economical, social and cultural development plan law, has increased to1/77% of import rate, after that .This rate had a growth rate equal to 63/88%.The ratio of number of certifications on number of medical equipment companies from 1/4, before the law, has increased to 2/12 after that .This ratio had a growth rate equal to 85/96%.The number of medical equipment companies have been presented at international exhibitions has increased too, from 13 to 71.

Conclusion :In quantity development area, the actualized growth rate in medical equipment export in first two years of fourth development plan law, in spite of increasing import, is remarkable. In quality development area as results showed, while increasing in number of companies, the number of certifications that will increase export rate, has increased too. The number of companies have been presented at international exhibitions also has a considerable growth that shows medical equipment quality has improved that plays main role in medical equipment industry presentation to the international market.

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Received: 2009/06/13 | Accepted: 2009/08/21 | Published: 2013/10/6

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