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June 2015

UH Case Medical Center first in Ohio to implant Impella RP
The Impella RP, made by Abiomed, addresses an unmet need of treating right heart failure in the setting of right ventricular (RV) infarction or after complex heart surgery including heart transplant.
6/29/2015 - By Manufacturing Group - Contract Manufacturing, Implants, Industry News, Materials, Cardiovascular, Design

Novel, body-worn medical sensor
toSense Receives 510(k) clearance for CoVa at-home patient monitoring system for COPD, other diseases.
6/15/2015 - By Manufacturing Group - Contract Manufacturing, Sensors, Industry News, Design, FDA, Components

Dassault Systèmes’ first simulated human heart available
Scientifically accurate 3D model accelerates device testing and research for treatment of heart disease.
6/3/2015 - By Manufacturing Group - CAD/CAM Software, Implants, Industry News, Software, Cardiovascular, Design

May 2015

Considering medical device design
In the age of superbugs, there is a growing need to pay closer attention to medical devices that can harbor infections.
Today's Medical Developments June 2015 - By Douglas H. McConnell, M.D. - Design, Manufacturing

Collaborative design software
Connecting disparate design, engineering, and management functions via modern software speeds creativity and opens new business opportunities.
Today's Medical Developments June 2015 - By Elizabeth Engler Modic and Eric Brothers - Design

Moving away from paper-based document control
A medical device start-up looking to restore the failing heart’s structure and function realizes cost-savings, improved development processes, and easier compliance with cloud-based product lifecycle management.
Today's Medical Developments June 2015 - By Arielle Campanelie - Manufacturing

Cardiac rhythm devices a $13B market
Medical device market has benefited from the demand for a more mobile, wireless, and efficient system within major health facilities and in the home.
5/23/2015 - By Manufacturing Group - Contract Manufacturing, Implants, Industry News, Materials, Cardiovascular, Design

NDSU team succeeds in new pacemaker technology
"A lot of things in medicine are going to get rid of wires, get rid of batteries. It's an exciting development," said Dan Ewert, a professor in NDSU's Electrical Engineering department, who led the experiment.
5/13/2015 - By Manufacturing Group - Contract Manufacturing, Implants, Industry News, Cardiovascular, Education, Design

mHealth accounts for 36% of total funding raised
Mobile health garnered $282 million in venture capital funding in Q1 2015, reports Mercom Capital Group.
5/8/2015 - By Manufacturing Group - Contract Manufacturing, Industry News, Design, Finance, Apps

3D printing medical devices saving babies lives
Researchers report shows promising results from first-ever cases of severe tracheobronchomalacia treated by custom-designed airway splints at U-M.
5/7/2015 - By Manufacturing Group - Contract Manufacturing, Industry News, Materials, Additive Manufacturing, Design, FDA

Greatbatch proposes Algostim subsidiary spin-off
The spin-off would create a new publicly traded company focused on commercializing the Algovita Spinal Cord Stimulation system.
5/5/2015 - By Manufacturing Group - Contract Manufacturing, Electrical/Electronic, Implants, Industry News, Orthopedics, Design

Liquid 3D printing
Startup Carbon 3D Inc. has developed an alternative 3D printing technology that enables objects to rise continuously from a liquid media for use in the health care and other industries.
Today's Medical Developments May 2015 - By TMD Staff

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Today's Medical Developments May 2015 - By TMD Staff - Design, Manufacturing

April 2015

Cardiac medical devices to reach $67.5B
Emerging markets hold highest growth promise; global market for cardiac medical devices was $52B in 2014; projected to reach $67.5B by 2019.
4/27/2015 - By Manufacturing Group - Contract Manufacturing, Industry News, Cardiovascular, Manufacturing, Economy

Medtronic offers world's smallest pacemaker
The Micra Transcatheter Pacing System offers miniaturized device less than one-tenth the size of a conventional pacemaker and placed directly in the heart.
4/22/2015 - By Manufacturing Group - Implants, Cardiovascular, Design, CE/EU, Devices
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