For under $500, researchers have developed an open source bioprinter that they say is on par with machines costing significantly more money.
Innovations are helping companies to maintain compliance while driving operational gains across their supply chain.
Next month cybersecurity experts from FDA, medical device companies and other healthcare organizations with gather to talk strategy and best practices for designing and evaluating secure technologies.
Outdated technology in infusion pumps has led to persistent infusion-related errors and costly workplace inefficiencies. A new paradigm in adaptive pump design that addresses external factors is needed to optimize patient safety and clinical workflow.
Lights, camera, inspection! Students have developed a prototype that helps diabetic patients inspect their feet.
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.