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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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Shane Callanan, director of engineering technology, Advanced Energy Industries, reflects on the evolution of medical device power supplies – and the new requirements shaping their future. Read more

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EMS-Grivory has developed a transparent polymer which they say can be sterilised several hundred times. Read more

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Biomedical startup Adapttech has seen its technology for improving the fitting of lower limb prostheses receive approval from the Food and Drug Administration as a Class I medical device. Read more

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Michael Garry from Amada Miyachi Europe discusses a growing trend in preventative health in wearable technology, and how engineers of such devices must find solutions to make medical technology flexible and durable. Read more

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Trumpf lasers will be showing applications in the production of medical devices and their properties at Medical Technology Ireland. Read more

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Dassault Systèmes has extended its collaboration with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for another five years. Read more

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Web content editor Ian Bolland spoke to Morgan Palmer, chief technology officer and Kim Wakeman, solutions engineer at ETQ about the FDA’s decision to formally end the Alternative Summary Reporting (ASR) Program. Read more

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SEKO Logistics has gained ISO 13485 quality management certification for its facility in Amsterdam, as it aims to strengthen its service offering for medical device manufacturers and distributors. Read more

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New independent research has praised the “innovative possibilities” of the iWalk2.0, a hands-free crutch, in helping patients after amputation. Read more

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Stacie Hoffmann, digital policy and cyber security consultant at Oxford Information Labs and the lead author of the IoT Security Foundation’s healthcare white paper, writes about the security requirements needed for medical devices. Read more

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Mark Turner, managing director of Medical Engineering Technologies (MET) discusses the relevance of chemical characterisation in medical device compatibility. Read more

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Are you up-to-speed on the FDA's postmarket guidance for cybersecurity in medical devices? CSA Group explains everything you need to know. Read more

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Materials and equipment supplier Techsil has announced a 25% increase in its production capacity with the addition of a fourth production cell. Read more

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Cognizant has agreed to acquire Zenith Technologies, a privately-held life sciences manufacturing technology services company headquartered in Cork, Ireland. Read more

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Component supplier for medical devices Qosina has published a new white paper focusing on what the medical device industry can learn from recent plane crashes. Read more

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Renishaw is showcasing its metal additive Manufacturing (AM) services for those looking for a reliable, long-term partner at stand H27 at Med-Tech Innovation Expo. Read more

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Let us present the Digital Avatar: a virtual copy of the human body to design medical devices on a computer. Read more

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Arrow Electronics in conjunction with Analog Devices' comprehensive portfolio of technology and design solutions are helping shape the future of healthcare equipment and device designs. Read more

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The main connectivity objectives in the medical device world are data capture and use, device control and local information display. Underpinning these objectives is data transmission and the spectre looming ever larger is data security. Read more

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