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Current news articles about the medical device industry

- Katie Hobbins
MD+DI Managing Editor’s Must-Attend List for BIOMEDevice

As the final touches are being made for BIOMEDevice Boston, this editor is excited to highlight some of the sessions she plans to attend. Full Article

- Anne Trafton | MIT News
An implantable device could enable injection-free control of diabetes

The device contains encapsulated cells that produce insulin, plus a tiny oxygen-producing factory that keeps the cells healthy. Full Article

- Daphne Allen
Supporting Design of Patient-Centric Devices

Human factors engineering could play a role in ensuring medical devices are designed for use safety, shares a BIOMEDevice Boston exhibitor. Full Article

- Lisette Hilton
Sequenex ISO Certification Validates Software Expertise

The certification shows that the company’s QMS meets all quality requirements and employs robust practices for the design and development of SaMD. Full Article

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FDA releases updated final guidance for its Breakthrough Devices Program

The FDA clarifies its interpretation of "more effective," and indicates it will consider improved accessibility of a device during the Breakthrough designation process. Full Article

- Vanesa Listek
From Michigan to Ghana: 3D Printing for Hand Rehabilitation

In low-to-middle-income countries, access to quality rehabilitation services is often limited. In Ghana alone, approximately 650,000 individuals suffer from hand and wrist injuries that impact their daily lives, and less...The Full Article

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A Clearer Vision of Surgery: Stryker Releases its Next-Generation of Advanced Surgical Cameras

Stryker, one of the world's leading medical technology companies, unveiled the next-generation of minimally invasive surgical cameras: the 1788 platform. Full Article

- Lizzy Lawrence
FDA greenlights medical device to combat bladder issues

In the latest edition of STAT's Health Tech newsletter: the FDA greenlights device to combat bladder issues and telehealth companies court payers looking for weight loss programs. Full Article

- Conn Hastings
Magnetic Tentacle Robots for Minimally Invasive Procedures

Researchers at the University of Leeds in the UK have developed a magnetic tentacle robot that is intended for use in minimally invasive medical procedures, such as the treatment of Full Article


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