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MedAdvisor, a digital medication management company, has announced it will launch in the UK market in early 2020, having secured its first UK pharmacy chain customer, the Day Lewis Pharmacy Group. Read more

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Ilika Technologies is trying to tackle medtech’s power – and space – problems with its Stereax M50 ultra-thin batteries. Dave Gray caught up with Denis Pasero, product commercialisation manager at the group, to discuss the challenges in this field. Read more

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What do developers of skin-contact devices need to know about the device-to-skin interface? Edith Bianchi, global business development at Med-S2T Solutions explains. Read more

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On 10 July 2019, the Compamed Innovation Forum took place at the Helios Clinic in Krefeld and focussed on high-tech solutions for hospitals. Read more

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In the first of a new regular series from NSF International, Howard Broadbridge, principal – client relationships, Europe, argues that it’s never too early to make friends with compliance. Read more

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A researcher at Mediwales member Swansea University is the third person in the institution’s history to win funding from the Royal Academy of Engineering. Read more

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Nigel Whittle, head of healthcare & medical at Plextek, outlines where and how advances in health sensing and monitoring tech could help start to revolutionise our care. Read more

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Alice Greenhalgh, innovation manager at Health Enterprise East explains how innovators can best use their funding when developing medtech products Read more

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Visual inspection of catheters and stents continues to play a key role in quality control, as Ash Technologies explains. Read more

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Med In Ireland, organised by Enterprise Ireland, is returning for 2020 with a stellar lineup and an impressive exhibition space. Here it shines the spotlight on eight startups making waves in the country. Read more

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Mitsubishi Electric and Riverside Medical Packaging have once again teamed up on a project to enhance efficiency. Read more

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Dave Gray signs off with Med-Tech Innovation News by discussing a report claiming nearly three-quarters of medtech firms are stuck in a self-inflicted price war. Read more

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Oli Hudson, of Wilmington Healthcare, explores the impact of NHSX, the NHS’s new joint organisation for digital, data and technology. Read more

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A hand-held device to predict heart failure based on saliva has been developed with the aim of helping millions of potential victims take preventative steps to avoid their fate. Read more

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With the fast approaching end of the EU MDR transition period (May 26th, 2020) manufacturers need to ensure their products meet the new requirements by the deadline or risk restricted EU market access. Read more

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A new wearable technology uses nudge theory to match consumer products to an individual’s genotype and encourage better habits. But patenting such advanced technology isn’t easy, as Robert Lind from Marks and Clerk explains. Read more

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2019 may well be remembered as a brilliant year for Irish golf, but it’s also the year that Med In Ireland returns to Dublin. Read more

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Every now and then we get the offer to test out some cutting edge medical devices. The electro interstitial scan (EIS) sensor analyser promised so much, regular contributor Reece Armstrong couldn’t resist going to check it out. Read more

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Richard Poate, medical health services manager at global product testing and certification organisation TÜV SÜD writes about the effect of MDR. Read more

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Researchers from the University of Liverpool’s Department of Molecular and Clinical Pharmacology have been awarded more than £645K of funding for a nanotechnology research project that aims to revolutionise drug delivery for prevention and treatment. Read more

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