A group of scientists in Scotland have found that giving stem cells a...
- Xenco Medical introduces TraumaGPS app for spinal implants
- Virtual Incision gets funding for miniaturised surgical robots
- Nanokicking: could a swift kick up the stem cell provide a new cure for bone injuries?
- BD begins new programme for cybersecurity of medical technology
- Angina treatment: trials and tribulations
What is Micro-Molding?
There seems to be a lot of talk these days about micro-molding. This reflects the increased interest from designers and manufacturers in producing and procuring high precision, micro-featured plastic parts.
Your Partner and Specialist for Advanced Microelectronics
Founded as a supplier of electronic modules for active medical implants (e.g. pacemakers), MICRO SYSTEMS ENGINEERING (MSE) in Berg (Germany) is now an important partner and specialist for the international electronics industry. The company provides sophisticated solutions for advanced electronics at the highest level of quality.
Xenco Medical introduces TraumaGPS app for spinal implants
US-based Xenco Medical has launched a new on-demand trauma surgery delivery application (app), TraumaGPS, for its disposable spinal implant systems.
Virtual Incision gets funding for miniaturised surgical robots
US-based Virtual Incision has secured an $18m Series B funding for the development of miniaturised surgical robots.
Nanokicking: could a swift kick up the stem cell provide a new cure for bone injuries?
A group of scientists in Scotland have found that giving stem cells a miniscule, ultra-precise ‘kick’ can turn them into bone cells. Elly Earls meets one of the researchers behind the innovation to find out about the technology’s applications for healing bone fractures.
BD begins new programme for cybersecurity of medical technology
Becton Dickinson (BD) has initiated the Product Security Partnership Programme to encourage alliances in the health care industry for improving cybersecurity of medical technology and devices.
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 respirators.
Wear Time Comparison of Three Pressure-Sensitive Acrylic Skin Adhesives
The aim of this study was to quantify and understand the adhesive performance of acrylic pressure-sensitive skin adhesives when used in a prototypical wearable device worn on the back of the arm.
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