3D-printed anatomical models could make surgery safer and quicker. With the latest advances in additive manufacturing and material science, patient-specific models can even be printed to improve preparations for complex procedures.
Inserted in the trachea, endotracheal tubes (ETTs) are flexible pipes designed to open a patient’s airway in situations when they cannot breathe on their own. The process of placing the tube is known as endotracheal intubation and is often a lifesaving, emergency treatment.
Peripheral guidewires are used by surgeons to direct stents and catheters to blockages in the peripheral vasculature. With minimally invasive vascular procedures becoming more common as the world’s population ages, how do you make the correct choice of guidewire?
The current standard of care in ruptured intracranial aneurysm repair involves a high degree of risk. We examine how medical device manufacturers are improving outcomes for patients through state-of-the-art microcatheters and guidewires.
The recent proliferation of digital health has led to data privacy concerns around the collection of sensitive personal health information (PHI). Pharmaceutical Technology looks at key regulations designed to protect consumers in the US and Europe.