LIFE SCIENCES! - Medical Technology

In Saxony, more than 100 mainly small and medium sized enterprises develop, produce, and promote diverse medical technology products. The portfolio ranges from innovative equipment to solutions and instruments for medical diagnostics all the way to consumables for the hospital sector.

CyFlow® Cube 8 - das kompakte und ökonomische Durchflusszytometrie-system von Sysmex Partec GmbH Görlitz

Source: Sysmex Partec GmbH

SYSMEX PARTEC GMBH, GÖRLITZ

The Sysmex Partec GmbH develops and produces inexpensive, precise, and easy to operate diagnostic solutions for developing and newly industrialized countries that assist them in their battle against HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria. Sysmex Partec retains the market leadership with its mobile and battery-powered diagnostic device “CyFlow®.” As a member of the Japanese Sysmex Group, the company employs approx. 100 people at its corporate site Görlitz.

Sector Structure Life Sciences in Saxony

ALPHA PLAN GMBH, RADEBERG

The Alpha Plan GmbH in Radeberg sells production lines for medical consumables (for example, dialyzers and other hollow fiber-based filters), production plants for industrial filters (for example, for water treatment), and customer-specific production units for diverse applications around the globe. The company also manufactures hollow fiber membranes for medical-technical and industrial applications in filtration modules as well as hollow fiber modules which are used as special modules in biotechnology and other industrial sectors.

SIGMA MEDIZIN-TECHNIK GMBH, GELENAU

Located in Gelenau in the Erzgebirge Mountains, the SIGMA Medizin-Technik GmbH is a manufacturer of equipment used in neurological diagnostics. The EEG and EMG devices of the NEUROWERK product family excel with their intuitive operability. They provide all methods which are required in day-to-day routine diagnostics of neurological dysfunctions.

PEGASUS - Das Mess- und Bewegungssimulationssystem zur Diagnose und zum Training von Wirbelsäule und Rückenmuskulatur, BfMC Biofeedback Motor Control GmbH Leipzig

Source: BfMC Biofeedback Motor Control GmbH

BFMC BIOFEEDBACK MOTOR CONTROL GMBH, LEIPZIG

Leipzig’s BfMC Biofeedback Motor Control GmbH focuses on the development and production of computer-supported testing and training devices for applications in rehabilitation and occupational medicine as well as for the prevention and vital protection of all parts of the musculoskeletal system.

B. BRAUN AVITUM SAXONIA GMBH, RADEBERG / BERGGIESSHÜBEL

The B. Braun Avitum Saxonia GmbH produces dialyzers for hemodialysis in patients with chronic renal failure. In total, more than 700 employees work here. Since 2004, the company has been a part of the B. Braun Melsungen AG Group. Around 90 percent of the dialyzers are exported to more than 100 countries. The B. Braun Avitum Saxonia GmbH is one of the five largest dialyzer manufacturers in the entire world. Within the B. Braun Avitum AG, it is not only the largest factory by far to produce dialyzers and filters for extracorporeal blood treatment; as a center of excellence, it is also the corporate research and development center for dialyzers and filters. The construction of an additional production plant commenced near Wilsdruff in February 2016. The creation of 140 new jobs is scheduled already for the first construction phase.

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