Researchers have found that 3D in-situ printing of bone-regenerating scaffolds has been shown...
- In-situ 3D printed bone-regenerating scaffolds improve reconstructions
- Molecular imaging: nipping drug failure in the bud
- Device lets patients control their own sedation during operations
- Injectable body sensors could stream medical data to smartphones
- Medical device cyber-attacks could have severe consequences: Report
In-situ 3D printed bone-regenerating scaffolds improve reconstructions
Researchers have found that 3D in-situ printing of bone-regenerating scaffolds has been shown to improve the delivery of regenerative and reconstructive biomedical devices for the proper and rapid healing of bone fractures.
Molecular imaging: nipping drug failure in the bud
The UK’s National Measurement Institute (NPL) recently launched the 3D OrbiSIMS, an innovative molecular imaging instrument that could help determine drug failures earlier in the development process. Abi Millar investigates how the tool might improve attrition rates.
Device lets patients control their own sedation during operations
Patients undergoing operations while awake will be able to administer their own doses of intravenous sedation at the touch of a button.
China Medical Innovation Forum Visitor Structure
This white paper showcases the visitor structure of the China Medical Innovation Forum 2017 based on the results of 115 interviews with trade visitors from registration data.
Injectable body sensors could stream medical data to smartphones
Injectable biosensors that can stream a patient’s personal medical data to smartphones and the cloud are being developed by researchers at bioengineering company Profusa.
MDR Clinical Evaluation Seminar and Workshop
QUNIQUE presents its seminar and workshop 'Medical Device Regulation (MDR) Performing Successful Clinical Evaluation', which will take place on the 11 January 2018 in Zurich Hilton Hospital.
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