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SmartCane manufactured by Phoenix in partnership with IIT Delhi , Saksham trust and wellcome trust receives national award from Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment.
You know Phoenix to be the pioneering manufacturer of neonatal and maternal care equipment in India. But the company is also utilising its strengths to develop other different products and to make these widely available. The initial response to one of these products suggests that they will potentially improve the lives of millions of people in India and around the world. This product is SmartCane. Continue reading “A different facet of phoenix”
Phoenix Medical Systems received the Best Company in the “Pharmaceutical, Drugs and Medical Products category.”
With over 65000 nominations for the Indiamart ET Now Leaders of Tomorrow Awards 2012 , Phoenix Medical Systems went on to receive the Best Company in the “Pharmaceutical, Drugs and Medical Products” category. The event was held at the Hotel Taj Palace, New Delhi on December 13th 2012.
The award was given away by
1. Mr. Sunil Bharti Mittal – Chairman & Group CEO of Bharti Enterprises – Guest of Honor
2. Mr. Anand Sharma – Minister of Commerce & Industry, India – Chief Guest
3. Mr. Shivinder Singh – Managing Director, Fortis Healthcare
In October 2009, Phoenix organised a workshop to train biomedical engineers and to raise awareness on medical device safety standards. This event, titled “Introduction and Overview of Medical Safety Test Standards”, was the first of its kind in India.
Sophisticated medical equipment is manufactured to save precious lives, but sometimes there are serious safety issues relating to them. Team members of leading hospitals are familiar with the operation and maintenance of the equipment, but they carry the burden of ensuring the safety of other equipment, patients and care-givers.
The participants came to Chennai from hospitals all over the country. The workshop was conducted at Hotel Ambica Empire on the 12th October. Training in IEC 60601-1 was imparted by Mrs. Neena Sonawane of UL India Ltd. There were seven training modules.
In the afternoon Professor V. Jayashankar of IIT-Madras gave a talk titled “How IIT Chennai could assist you” which was appreciated by all.
The workshop ended with an interactive session.