medical device news

  • by Maria Fontanazza
    Software-powered PCBAs can help medical device engineers generate high-quality prototypes for complex electronics products in record speed. The post Why Software-Powered Electronics Manufacturing is Advancing the Medtech Industry appeared first on MedTech Intelligence.
  • by Maria Fontanazza
    The aging population and the rising rate of diabetes globally are fueling market growth. The post Advanced Wound Care Market Expected to Surpass $22 Billion by 2030 appeared first on MedTech Intelligence.
  • by Maria Fontanazza
    The agency granted its first approval order under the humanitarian device exemption in spinal pediatrics in the last 15 years. The post Zimmer Biomet Gets FDA Nod for First Pediatric Spinal Tether Device appeared first on MedTech Intelligence.
  • by Maria Fontanazza
    Artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies have significant potential, but regulatory hurdles may stand in their way. The post Regulating AI-Based Medical Devices: A Moving Target? appeared first on MedTech Intelligence.
  • by Maria Fontanazza
    The revolution in data and technology should be pushing companies to focus on safeguarding intellectual property. The post Protecting Data in the MedTech Industry appeared first on MedTech Intelligence.
  • by Maria Fontanazza
    This two-part workshop will help participants understand how to better use data from non-conformances as well as how to effectively communicate issues. The post Event Reports Virtual Workshop Targets Non-Conformances and CAPAs appeared first on MedTech Intelligence.
  • by Maria Fontanazza
    The first steps into clinically practical tissue engineering are through in-situ tissue engineering of bone. The post Combining Medical Technologies for Predictable Bone Regeneration appeared first on MedTech Intelligence.
  • by Maria Fontanazza
    Health technology developers need to prioritize security from the moment a device or platform is first incepted. The post Health Data Security and the Unfortunate Choices Hospitals Must Make appeared first on MedTech Intelligence.
  • by Maria Fontanazza
    Minimally invasive surgical endoscopes can tackle both the challenges of cost as well as durability. The post Developing Endoscopic Technology To Save Cost and Time Constraints appeared first on MedTech Intelligence.
  • by Maria Fontanazza
    Class I device manufacturers need to keep on top of new classification rules to avoid loss of market share under the close approaching EU MDR deadline. The post EU MDR: Changing World of Classification appeared first on MedTech Intelligence.