FDA and VHA have partnered to create digital stockpiles that store electronic plans, instructions, and methods to make and test medical products.
The U.S. Patent Trial and Appeal Board made a mistake in Medtronic’s favor last year, a federal judge ruled this week.
For the most part, the story of Philips has been consistent since 2021 and unfortunately, the narrative has been one of recalls and massive dips in shares. However, that story changed a bit today, when the Amsterdam-based company raised its 2023 outlook after beating consensus in the second quarter.
There’s a new day coming for diagnostics and it’s all happening because of a merger. EDP Biotech and New Day Diagnostics are combining to help with the expedited development and commercialization of diagnostic tests.
The moon landing was a giant leap in more ways than Neil Armstrong could probably have imagined when he took that historical first step on July 20, 1969. The medtech industry, for example, owes at least five major technological advancements to the Apollo 11 mission.
Micromolding is yielding miniaturized, intricate parts that are enabling ground-breaking innovation and improved performance.
Researchers at ETH Zurich in Switzerland say they’ve made a wearable breakthrough, developing an electrogenetic interface to enable transgene expression in human cells.
To learn more about what causes the body to reject biomedical implants, a team at the University of Arizona College of Medicine-Tucson identified a protein that appears to help drive this response, and hopes their discoveries will improve the design and safety of biomedical implants.
Two device company executives have stepped away from the path of smart technology, instead offering new capabilities in a simple, yet groundbreaking way.
This week in Pedersen’s POV, our senior editor takes a closer look at a study of microplastics found in heart tissue after surgery.
Styrenics supplier Ineos Styrolution has introduced a new medical-grade material designed specifically for small medical housings and casings. The medical-grade material features chemical and UV resistance as well as impact strength.
Celera Motion, a business unit of Novanta, recently announced a new version of its direct drive frameless motor Omni+ series, the Omni+ 130mm motor, which is now the largest of the series. Additionally, the company offers Omni+ 100mm, Omni+ 70mm, and Omni+ 60mm.
Could integrated computing power and microelectronic building blocks help you deliver next-gen implantable sensors, wearable devices, or portable instruments?
Researchers have developed an automatic process for making soft sensors. These universal measurement cells can be attached to almost any kind of object. Applications are envisioned especially in robotics and prosthetics.
A recent timeline shift for the European Union’s Medical Device Regulation (EU MDR) has created what one regulatory expert is calling, “The Great Misunderstanding of the MDR Amendment.”
The annual Combination Products Summit focuses on solutions for the dynamic drug delivery/combination products industry with evolving regulations.
Replacing a draft guidance issued in February 2016, FDA recently finalized its guidance on the use of human factors engineering (HFE) in the development of combination medical devices with a drug or biological product.
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