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Our Commitment to Quality

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FMP has a renowned reputation for delivering a high quality service. This is something we are dedicated to upholding and we want our customers to be assured that when they use our services they’ll receive a finished product that is not only unsurpassed in quality, but also conforms to all the legislation that governs medical and healthcare products in the… Continue Reading

Nutraceuticals for diabetes

Type 2 diabetes is a deadly disease that affects many millions worldwide. It is a well known fact that many of these cases are caused by an unhealthy lifestyle, and could be avoided. What many people do not know is that many cases of diabetes can also be managed with a healthy diet and lifestyle. Those diagnosed with pre-diabetes may… Continue Reading

Thousands of patients at risk from NHS error

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NHS current issue One of the NHS Current Issues is that thousands of patient records have been left to pile up in a warehouse. Over 1,600 patients may have been affected from this error by The National Health Service. This issue only came out into the public eye in February from The Guardian Newspapers article on it. Tim Farron described… Continue Reading

Cleanroom technology market to experience solid growth

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A new report has predicted that the global cleanroom technology market will grow from a value of $3156 million to $4290 million by 2020. This represents a compound annual growth rate of 5.2%. According to Persistence Market Research, the firm that compiled the report, one of the main driving factors behind the on-going growth in demand for Cleanroom technology is… Continue Reading

Medical packaging manufacturer

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When it comes to the manufacture and packing of Medical Products, it can be overwhelming when you then have to navigate the complex regulatory procedures that are in place to ensure the highest standard of product is going out. With over 25 years of medical device and healthcare contract manufacture experience, FMP can assist you as you work your way… Continue Reading

Medical packaging materials market is to reach $8.24 billion by 2022

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The global medical packaging equipment market is projected to reach approximately $8.24 billion (£6.44 billion) in five years. The growth of the Healthcare Packaging equipment market can be attributed to factors such as growth in funding for generics and bio-pharmaceutical research as well as technological advancements in labeling and solutions. Through the rapid growth in developing countries across APAC, there is… Continue Reading

Waiting times at hospitals show sharp rise

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Waiting times Once of the NHS Current Issues is the NHS Referral Waiting Times in hospitals have drastically deteriorated according to studies. The Health Foundation review of the NHS data between 2011-2012 and 2016-2017 has found that longer waits for cancer, A&E and routine operations. However, the conservative party have stated that they intend to improve services through investment. A spokesman added… Continue Reading

Smokers in the UK give up thanks to vapour e-cigarettes

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For the first time in the UK, more than half of Vapour E-Cigarettes users have given up smoking tobacco according to new study. In the UK, more than 1.5 million people who use e-cigarettes are ex-smokers; this is compared with the 1.3 million who still use tobacco. This was found by a study from Action on Smoking and Health (ASH); over… Continue Reading

Those without O-blood type Blood have higher risk of heart attack

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People with non-O-blood type have a slightly increased Health Issues In The UK according to research. Experts believe that this could be due to the higher levels of blood-clotting protein are more present in those with Different Blood Groups such as A, B and AB blood. Health charities have weighed in on the research and have said that people should give up on… Continue Reading

Nurses are now considering whether to strike over their low pay

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The Royal College of Nursing is analysing the mood for strike action in protest over pay. The largest nursing union is asking over 250 thousand members across the Country as to whether they want to protest before deciding if they want to issue a formal ballot. It has suggested that a combination of pay freezes and caps on pay rises… Continue Reading

Over 20 million of people in UK are physically inactive studies suggest

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According to a report by the British Heart Foundation, more than 20 million people in the UK are physically inactive and not are not having a Balanced Lifestyle. The foundation has warned about the Physical Fitness of the public furthermore, inactivity can increase the risk of heart disease which costs the NHS over £1.1bn every year. Statistics show that women are… Continue Reading

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