A Chinese medical device maker has just published a book that explains how to build a completely new medical device out of an old dental instrument.
Fuji Medical Instruments, which was founded in 2008 and is one of the largest makers of medical instruments in China, is the latest company to release a book to help students learn how to design, build, and assemble a new medical instrument from scratch.
The new book, called The Advanced Engineer’s Toolkit, focuses on topics such as designing the electronics, electronics and electronics assembly.
It is also geared toward students who want to build their own medical devices.
Fuji Medical instruments says the book is a guide to students who are interested in the process of designing and building medical devices from scratch.
“It is very helpful for students to know how to construct medical devices, and how to create a complete medical device,” said Li Jiahu, the company’s chief marketing officer.
“This book is useful to build medical devices that can be sold and used by patients,” said Yang Zhiyong, Fuji’s director of medical devices and products.
“We think the book will be useful to students and medical professionals who are designing and creating medical devices for the public, to help them understand and create medical devices with their own hands,” he added.
The book’s publisher, the Shanghai Academy of Science and Technology, did not respond to a request for comment.
Fuja Medical Instruments has also published a companion video course to help medical students understand how to assemble medical devices on a computer.
The company was founded by Fujian Liu, who was originally from Fujian province.
He moved to Beijing when he was 17 years old and studied electrical engineering and computer science.
Liu has since built the company into a global technology powerhouse.
It currently has over 30,000 employees and is headquartered in Shanghai.
It makes devices that are used in hospitals, clinics, and doctors’ offices around the world.
Fujas medical instruments uses high-quality materials, but the company is not able to manufacture in-house as it has been focusing on selling its products directly to hospitals.
It does however sell its medical devices to universities and research labs.