Although an expensive and challenging regulatory market, Japan’s aging population offers plenty of opportunities for device companies.
A $10 million award from the National Science Foundation could help Rice University make this concept a reality.
Modern technologies have taken biomaterials to another level, but hurdles remain in developing next-generation materials.
Many device manufacturers don’t have the resources to adequately handle security risks.
From manufacturing medical devices and dental implants to bioprinting organs for transplant, 3-D printing is on the verge of revolutionizing healthcare in the coming years.
The Banyan Brain Trauma Indicator was authorized through the agency’s Breakthrough Devices Program.
How software is changing the legal landscape for medical device manufacturers.
The company’s ED-3490TK duodenoscopes require replacement of the forceps elevator mechanism and other parts.
The addition will further expand IPC’s event capabilities.
Human factor engineering must account for all groups within the Diffusion of Innovation curve. Medical devices must work for the Innovators, and more importantly account for the Majority Adopters and Laggards.