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  1. October’s top news stories

    3M closes $6.7bn acquisition of Acelity US-based conglomerate 3M has completed the acquisition of wound care solutions provider Acelity and…
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    7 Nov
  2. Nevro introduces Senza Omnia system to treat chronic pain in US

    Medical device company Nevro has launched Senza Omnia Spinal Cord Stimulation (SCS) System to treat chronic pain in the US,…
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    6 Nov
  3. FDA labels recall of Abbott CentriMag System as Class I

    The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has designated the recall of Abbott’s CentriMag Acute Circulatory Support System as Class…
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    5 Nov
  4. Liggins Institute team to develop blood test for preterm birth

    A research team from Liggins Institute at the University of Auckland in New Zealand has received a fellowship grant to…
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    5 Nov
  5. Colson Associates divests Medical Companies to Marmon

    Marmon Holdings, a Berkshire Hathaway unit, has acquired a 60% interest in the Colson Medical Companies from Colson Associates. Marmon…
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    4 Nov
  6. Medtronic introduces Valiant Navion graft system in Japan

    Medtronic has launched the Valiant Navion thoracic stent graft system in Japan, following approval from the country’s Ministry of Health,…
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    1 Nov
  7. FDA clears hands-free XACT robotic system

    The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted marketing clearance to XACT Robotics’ hands-free robotic system for use in…
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    1 Nov
  8. Baylis launches 2F EPstar catheter in North America

    Cardiology devices developer Baylis Medical has launched its 2-French (2F) EPstar fixed electrophysiology catheter in the North American market. The…
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    1 Nov
  9. Researchers develop cost-effective test to predict preeclampsia

    Researchers at Edith Cowan University have developed a simple and cost-effective test to predict preeclampsia, a dangerous disorder occurring in…
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    22 Oct
  10. Clinical trial set to monitor brain stimulation effects via imaging

    A clinical trial, RAINDROP, in the UK, is set to assess non-invasive brain stimulation along with brain imaging technologies to…
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    21 Oct
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