An evaluation of 100 patients at an NHS clinic in the UK has...
Adder Begins 2020 with Multi-Million Dollar International Expansion
Adder Technology, an expert in connectivity solutions and high-performance IP KVM, has announced the results of a multi-million dollar international investment strategy with the completion of substantial expansion and refurbishment of its global headquarters in Cambridge, UK, as well as new offices in America and Europe and round-the-clock Professional Services offering.
Detergent Bottle Reuse and Recycle
Q. We truly enjoy the effectiveness of Alcotabs. They have been excellent. As we are a green-focused company, we take pride in our stance for reuse / recycle of whatever we can. Can we send back empty Alcotabs jars for reuse?
Haemoglobin spray could cut NHS chronic wound care costs, study finds
An evaluation of 100 patients at an NHS clinic in the UK has demonstrated savings in chronic would care costs with the use of Granulox, a haemoglobin spray that binds oxygen from the atmosphere and diffuses it into the wound to promote faster healing.
November’s top news stories
Researchers at the University of Toronto and Arizona State University have developed a direct gene-circuit-to-electrode interface for the conversion of biological information into an electronic signal, and Zebra Medical Vision has secured 510(k) clearance from the US FDA for its AI-powered HealthCXR device. Medicaldevice-network.com wraps up key headlines from November 2019.
Blood-based PTSD biomarkers in the latest Medical Technology
In this issue: blood-based biomarkers for PTSD, transvaginal mesh, reversing Alzheimer’s memory loss, redesigning medical devices, and much more.
Accumold to Exhibit at BIOMEDevice on 4-5 December
Accumold, a world leader in micro-mould manufacturing solutions, is pleased to announce that it will be appearing at BIOMEDevice 2019 in San Jose, California on 4-5 December.
General Safety and Performance Requirements
The heart of the European Union (EU) regulation of in vitro diagnostic medical devices (IVDs) lies in allowing market access to IVDs that offer clinical benefit, and are safe to the patient, the user of the IVD and others (such as service technicians).
FDA issues draft guidance recommending breast implant warnings
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued draft guidance recommending a boxed warning on labelling materials for breast implants.
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