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24 July 2017
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Latest Companies

Zwick - Complex Medical Material and Component Testing for the Medical Industry

Stratasys - Ultra-Thin-Layer, High-Resolution 3D Printing Systems for Medical Applications

Konplan - Mechatronics and Software Architecture Concepts

A.P. Extrusion - Precision Small Diameter Tubing Manufacturer

Dycem - Flooring to Prevent Contamination in Cleanroom Environments

Press Releases

NSF Health Helps You Keep Up-To-Date With FDA Regulations
US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulations protect the health, safety, and overall quality of products so they do not adversely affect consumers. That is also why current good manufacturing practices (cGMP) are in place.

Fluoropolymer Tubing Components by Optinova
The Optinova Group is proud to have over 40 years of experience as a partner and supplier of extruded fluoropolymer tubing components for a wide range of industrial applications.

Mikron Automation Showcases Customised Assembly Solutions at its Technology Days Event, Boudry
At the company's Technology Days event, Mikron Automation showed customers its customised assembly solutions aimed to create real added value.

Strong Presence of Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Wearable Technology, and Artificial Intelligence at tHIS Exhibition
The Health Industry Summit (tHIS) 2017 was hosted in China and organised by Reed Sinopharm. It opened in Shanghai at the National Exhibition and Convention Center on May 15th with well over two hundred thousand healthcare industry professionals from more than 150 countries and regions in attendance.

Blood Sampling Procedure Innovation
Strategic innovation partners gespag and Greiner Bio-One have introduced a new digital system solution to the Steyr pilot hospital.

White Papers

Drive Systems for Medical Technology
maxon motor is a long-time partner of leading medical technology companies worldwide and covers a wide range of applications, including surgical robots, insulin pumps, prostheses and...

Special Cables for Temperature Measurement in Medical Technology
SABmed Line is a family of biocompatible cable compounds by SAB Bröckskes, including high notch and tear resistance, a material for ultra-flexible and smooth cables, a material for...

Materials Guide for Custom Extrusion
This guide presents a range of materials offered by Optinova for its customised extrusion of tubing for medical...

Managing Risk in Medical Connectors
Fischer Connectors highlights important changes to risk management requirements enacted by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the implications to manufacturers of medical...

Accumold: World Leaders in Micro-Mold Manufacturing Solutions
Accumold was founded in 1985. Our focus was to mold very small parts other companies could not produce. The same mission continues to drive us today....

Features

Medical Technology: Issue 2
In this issue: Applications for wearable health trackers in clinical trials, eye implants for retinitis pigmentosa, a new business model for 3D printed prosthetics, and the latest comment and analysis from GlobalData’s healthcare analysts.

June’s top stories: NIH’s neuroimaging study for autism, Philips' €1.9bn purchase of Spectranetics
A new study by the University of North Carolina and Washington University School of Medicine demonstrated the use of the fcMRI technique to predict the risk for autism in infants, and Royal Philips signed an agreement to buy Spectranetics. Medicaldevice-network.com wraps-up the key headlines from June 2017.

May's top stories: University of Utah's surgical robotic drill, New sensor for hepatitis diagnosis
The University of Utah, US, developed an automated robotic drill with the potential to reduce complex cranial surgery time, and UK and China collaborated on a new project to develop a graphene sensor for simultaneous diagnosis of hepatitis A, B and C. Medicaldevice-network.com wraps-up the key headlines from May, 2017.

Medical Technology: the first issue of our new digital magazine is out now
In this issue: the potential of 3D printing, new developments in robotic surgical devices, the benefits of frugal innovation and the latest comment and analysis from GlobalData’s healthcare analysts.

April's top stories: Roche's prostate cancer test, Medtronic's divestiture of monitoring business
Roche launched a new diagnostic test called anti-p504s (SP116) Rabbit Monoclonal Primary Antibody for prostate cancer, and Cardinal Health signed a definitive $6.1bn agreement to acquire Medtronic's MIT Group’s patient care, deep vein thrombosis, and nutritional insufficiency businesses. Medicaldevice-network.com wraps-up the key headlines from April 2017.

Projects

The Double Coating that Spares Everything Except Fungi
Fungal attacks on elastic polymer materials in the body, such as silicone and polyurethane, are a serious problem.

Standardising USB in Medical Applications
USB is gaining popularity in the medical segment. One of the major challenges for medical designers is medical standards

Connecting Healthcare with USB
Telehealth systems enable the healthcare industry to cope with an ever-increasing elderly population and the associated

The Perfect Cure: IR Spot Curing Speeds Production and Saves Energy
Abstract: A new generation of advanced infrared spot curing systems delivers optimal curing quality, cuts cure time four

Medical Surgical Instrument, MLE and Plasma Surgical – Developing the PlasmaJet®
"MLE possess a remarkable technical ability; they are brilliant at understanding a brief and are very passionate and sin

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