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26 September 2017
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The Health Industry Summit - Exhibition of New Technology in the Medical Device Industry

Vertellus Biomaterials - Biocompatible Coating Materials

Dividella - Secondary Packaging Solutions for Medical Devices and Pharmaceuticals

maxon motor - High-Precision Drive Solutions for Medical Technology

Outsourcing in Clinical Trials Pacific Northwest - Outsourcing in Clinical Trials Pacific Northwest

Press Releases

NSF Workshops, Training Courses, and Complimentary Webinars
NSF has announced the release of a new collection of pharmaceutical workshops for the 2017/2018 period.

BMT to Attend Compamed Fair
BMT has announced it will exhibit at Compamed Fair in Duesseldorf this year.

Single Fix Dose and Multi Fix Dose D-Flex Disposable Pen
The Haselmeier D-Flex is a disposable pen for use with 3ml cartridges.

Stäubli Electrical Connectors to Attend Composites and Advanced Materials Expo
The Composites and Advanced Materials Expo (CAMX) was created by The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) and Society for the Advancement of Material and Process Engineering (SAMPE) to connect and advance all aspects of the world's composites and advanced materials communities.

The Pergoveris® Pen Gains Positive CHMP Assessment
The new Pergoveris® Pen by Haselmeier has received a positive assessment by Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use (CHMP) at the European Medicines Agency (EMA).

White Papers

Dividella Brochure
In the packaging business, time-to-market is critical. A new product has to be able to be packaged without losing any time and it must be possible to respond within a very short time to...

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

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...

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...

Deficiencies in QMS
The MHRA has been one of the few regulatory authorities to publish the statistics and classifications for the deficiencies it finds during inspections....


The Brexit threat: should UK medical device regulation align with the EU?
With Brexit just around the corner, a report by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers has called on the UK to align its medical device regulation with that of the EU to reduce the risk of losing export business and jobs. Abi Millar takes a look at its recommendations and asks what can be done to secure future business for the sector.

Medical Technology: Issue 3
In this issue: Securing the future of the UK medical device sector after Brexit, artificial intelligence for brain scan analysis, voice recognition technology for clinical trials, plus the latest market insight and comment from GlobalData.

August’s top stories: CUHK’s EBV-DNA analysis for NPC, Fresenius Medical's $2bn acquisition
A new Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) study indicated possibility of plasma Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) DNA analysis to detect early asymptomatic nasopharyngeal carcinoma (NPC), and Fresenius Medical Care entered an agreement to purchase US-based firm NxStage Medical for $2bn. Medicaldevice-network.com wraps-up the key headlines from August 2017.

July’s top stories: Samsung’s new full-body CT scanner, Cardinal’s $6.1bn deal with Medtronic
Samsung NeuroLogica launched a new mobile, portable full-body computed tomography (CT) scanner, BodyTom Elite, and Cardinal Health concluded the purchase of Patient Care, Deep Vein Thrombosis and Nutritional Insufficiency business from Medtronic for $6.1bn. Medicaldevice-network.com wraps-up the key headlines from July, 2017.

e-ASPECTS: accelerating the stroke pathway
Oxford-based Brainomix has launched new imaging software which uses artificial intelligence to identify and interpret brain damage in stroke victims from CT scans. With trials of the technology underway in UK and European hospitals, we find out more from Brainomix chief technology officer Eric Greveson.


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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