In April 2018, Pear Therapeutics and Sandoz formed a commercialisation partnership for Pear’s...
- Cerenovus launches global thrombectomy registry in US and Europe
- Gimmick to game-changer: a personal experience with hydrocolloids
- Cardiac electrophysiology set for explosive growth
- Wireless solar radiation sensors may improve skin treatments
- Can devices fill a gap in the blooming medical cannabis market?
New app for opioid use disorder shows the potential of digital therapies
In April 2018, Pear Therapeutics and Sandoz formed a commercialisation partnership for Pear’s leading pipeline assets, reSET and re-SET-O. The deal would combine Pear’s expertise in software-based therapeutics with Sandoz’s global reach and strong marketing force.
Medovate obtains rights to develop and market anaesthesia devices
UK-based medical device start-up Medovate has obtained the exclusive licence to design, develop, manufacture and launch two complementary local anaesthesia products.
Cerenovus launches global thrombectomy registry in US and Europe
Cerenovus, a part of Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices Companies, has launched a new registry to gather and examine stroke-inducing blood clots removed from the brain with its EMBOTRAP II Revascularization Device.
Gimmick to game-changer: a personal experience with hydrocolloids
Hydrocolloids are occlusive, waterproof dressings that are generally indicated for superficial wounds with low amounts of drainage.
Cardiac electrophysiology set for explosive growth
While currently relatively small at $4.6B this year, electrophysiology is expected to consistently grow at an extremely high rate of 4.60% in the foreseeable future, leading to a market size of $5.8B in five years.
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.
CRISPR babies: an ethical framework is urgently needed
He Jiankui, a scientist and professor of biology at the Southern University of Science and Technology (SUSTech) in Shenzhen, Guangdong, China, has proclaimed the births of Nana and Lulu, the world’s first gene-edited babies. While this claim remains unverified by a third party, He posted a video to YouTube claiming that the genetic alterations were verified and that Nana and Lulu were healthy.
Wireless solar radiation sensors may improve skin treatments
US-based researchers have created wireless, battery-free sensors that can monitor exposure to solar radiation and ultraviolet (UV) light in real time and could help to optimise light treatments for skin conditions.
Can devices fill a gap in the blooming medical cannabis market?
With the legalisation of cannabis in Canada, interest has grown internationally, extending far beyond the North American borders into both Europe and Asia-Pacific.
New brain stimulation device to aid treatments without open surgery
Researchers at the University of Melbourne in Australia have developed a tiny device that can electronically stimulate the brain, paving the way for treatments without any invasive surgery.
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