Abbott to develop continuous biowearable monitor for glucose, ketone

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    See how Canon Virginia, Inc. can help transform your business. Bringing your ideas to life? It takes a dedicated partner, one with expertise in medical device manufacturing and experience, to solve your toughest challenges. Together, we can deliver innovative technologies, enable process improvements and tackle new challenges like sustainability. Technology & Innovation Bring tomorrow’s solutions… […]

  • What is pulsed-field ablation? Here’s what you need to know

    Top experts at Boston Scientific, Medtronic and Acutus Medical shared insights about pulsed-field ablation’s potential at DeviceTalks Boston. Pulsed-field ablation is a non-thermal method for cardiac ablation that has the potential to positively disrupt the way atrial fibrillation is treated. PFA’s roots go back to the dc ablation tech of the 1980s. These days, PFA… […]

  • How fluorescent signals could allow for deeper sensor implants in the brain

    Engineers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have developed a photonic technique for fluorescent sensors that could improve sensor signals deep in the body. Fluorescent sensors are typically used to label and image a variety of molecules to give a unique glimpse inside living cells. However, the method has been limited to cells grown in… […]

  • Engineers develop AI-based technology to allow amputees to move robotic arms using their mind

    Researchers at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities have developed a robotic arm system that allows amputees to move their arm using brain signals. The small, implantable device attaches to the peripheral nerve in a person’s arm, according to the research team in the university’s department of biomedical engineering. When combined with an artificial intelligence… […]

  • GE Healthcare says recovery in supply of contrast media is on the way

    GE Healthcare (NYSE:GE) announced today that it is on the way toward restabilizing its global supply of iodinated contrast media — a vital imaging agent. The company said its Shanghai facility, previously closed amid COVID-19 restrictions in China, will be close to 100% production capacity by next week. Said GE: “We will continue to work… […]

  • Cardinal Health opens new distribution center in Ohio

    Cardinal Health (NYSE:CAH) announced today that it added a new distribution center in the Columbus, Ohio area. Dublin, Ohio–based Cardinal Health’s new distribution center, which folds into its multi-year warehouse modernization and growth strategy, will support its at-home solutions business that provides medical supplies for comfortable care in the home for those with chronic and… […]

  • Würth Elektronik, Valens Semiconductor have a medical imaging offering

    Würth Elektronik (Waldenburg, Germany) and Valens Semiconductor (Hod Hasharon, Israel) today announced a joint electronic component offering in the medical imaging space. The companies say their offering enables uncompressed 4K60@4:4:4 video transmission over copper cable while complying with the strict medical isolation specifications. Reference design (EVS3-EVK2-KT-3000-MD) includes the Valens Stello VS3000 chipset, which is compliant… […]

  • Biomerics opens first European research & development facility

    Biomerics this week announced it opened a 2,000 sq. ft research and development facility in Galway, Ireland. The new Balloons and Balloons Catheters Center of Excellence will be the first facility in Europe and the second facility outside of the US It will act as an extension to its Athens, Texas operations and will be… […]

  • Merged Delve and Bresslergroup are operating under Delve name

    Delve and Bresslergroup announced today that they united under the Delve brand name a year since the two merged. Since the companies announced their merger a year ago, their 200-plus strategists, designers and engineers have united to serve clients through both of their processes and culture, according to a news release. Delve is aggressively expanding… […]

  • Masimo votes shareholders ‘no’ on executive pay

    Masimo (Nasdaq:MASI) shareholders recently voted to advise against the company’s compensation package for top executives. About 53% of voting shareholders voted against the patient monitoring tech company’s handling of executive pay in what’s known as the ‘Say-on-Pay’ vote, according to vote results of the May 26 meeting filed with the SEC yesterday. The vote comes… […]

  • Reducing the Overall Cost of Validation

    By PTI Engineered Plastics Reliable medical devices and equipment are essential for researchers and doctors to accurately diagnose and treat a wide range of diseases. That is why there is such stringent oversight from the FDA to ensure these products meet the necessary requirements and specifications. To ensure compliance with regulators, manufacturers follow installation qualification… […]

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