Whatever the demands of international regulators, it is public expectations that will ultimately dictate the need for life sciences companies to prepare complete and accurate product data that patients and healthcare providers can scrutinize on demand.
The future of eye care will sit at the intersection of the digital and physical worlds.
The White House issued a statement on the president’s intent to nominate Hahn, who is currently the chief medical executive at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston.
Skin is an ever-changing organ. Its complexity makes it a challenge when designing wearable devices. When you design adhesives and devices that are made to stick to skin, there’s a lot to consider. Start your design with skin in mind. Learn more by reading “Meeting the challenges of skin.”
A technology in development may be able to significantly improve treatment for newborn patients.
The agency continues to monitor the safety of the grafts manufactured by Endologix, while the company defends its safety.
Six medical societies sent a letter to the agency over concern that limiting EtO sterilization will also limit the availability of certain devices to patients.
Wireless medical applications have the potential to improve the quality of care, efficiency and patient comfort as well as reduce medical errors.
Researchers have developed a test that may be more sensitive that currently available lab tests.
All of the issues that ECRI calls out on its list are preventable, so device manufacturers and healthcare providers should take serious note.