Pekistan is a small, mountainous region in the country’s north, where the Pekis have traditionally relied on traditional medicines to treat ailments.

The Peki people, the countrys largest ethnic group, are known for their use of traditional medicine and traditional methods of extraction and preservation, making them a popular source of medical equipment. 

Pk IC, a company that specialises in the manufacture of medical devices in Pek in Pashto, has an annual turnover of about $5 billion, but it has been unable to find a market in Pakistan, despite having the largest number of medical facilities in the world, according to analysts. 

The government has made a push to increase its role in medical devices, which are used in the healthcare sector in countries like India, Bangladesh, the United States and the Philippines.

In April, the government announced a new scheme, the Global Medical Instrument Development and Innovation Initiative, that will aim to bring down costs and create a more efficient medical equipment market. 

“We have not seen any increase in demand for medical instruments from the PkIC sector,” Pk IC CEO Sohail Ahmed said.

“We need to look at other areas such as medicine and bio-medical, which will benefit from the expansion of Pkic’s business.”

The company says its latest invention is a machine that extracts the body’s natural sugars from the body.

“Our invention is similar to that of an oil extractor, which is used to extract oil from body tissues,” Sohaj Ahmed said, adding that it uses the same process to extract vitamins and minerals from the blood and body fluids. 

According to Pk ic, its patent has been granted to a US company, but the company does not want to disclose the name of the US firm. 

It has been one of the pioneers of the Indian medical market and is one of only two companies in the entire world to have successfully developed and developed a product for use in the US, according an expert who spoke to the BBC. 

While the world’s largest pharmaceutical company Pfizer has been using the Pksic patent on its insulin pump and injector in its diabetes trials, the company is not licensed to manufacture medicines in Pakistan and is not permitted to import or export the products. 

But Pk ics technology, which relies on bioreactors to extract natural sugars, is one that is currently being developed for use by other countries and has been tested in Pakistan. 

A US medical device firm called EMD International has developed a similar insulin pump, and it has also tested the product in Pakistan as well as in the United Kingdom, Australia and the United Arab Emirates. 

Pakistan’s government, in a bid to attract foreign medical equipment, has set up a medical technology development hub, the National Medical Technologies Hub (NMTH), in Pahmand province.

The NMTH aims to foster the creation of a manufacturing sector in Pakistan by helping companies create medical products, including medical instruments. 

Since last year, Pk Ic and Pk IIC have been awarded patents on their devices and have been promoting their development, according the Pkhmenti Paksi, a Pk IC representative. 

Experts said that the launch of the PKSIC device would help to boost Pk’s presence in Pakistan’s medical sector. 

 “It will allow the company to export medical devices to countries like the US and Europe,” said Shahid Ali, who runs a local technology blog.

“The company will be able to market its products and gain a foothold in the medical market.” 

The announcement of the partnership between the Pkiic company and EMD will also provide a boost to the Pakistani economy, according Sohai Ali, a PhD candidate in economics at the Institute of Business and Management at Karachi University. 

There is a shortage of medical tools in Pakistan due to the high cost of medicines and related materials. 

Dr Ali added that the announcement will encourage manufacturers to develop and manufacture medical products in Pakistan for the domestic market.

“The PKS IC and PKIC will have a positive impact on the health sector and will help in the creation and the manufacturing of medical products,” Dr Ali said. 

In addition, Dr Ali added, the launch will help to create jobs in the local medical sector, which would further enhance the health and well-being of the people of the country. 

Analysts have pointed out that Pk iIC has been a leader in the development of medical machinery and devices for the healthcare industry, and the company has been awarded numerous patents in the field. 

“[The PKS IIC will] enable Pk to compete with the US and the EU for the local market,” said Naseer Shah, the director of the Institute for Development and Entreprene