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February 2015

Heart tissue repair
Tel Aviv University researchers use gold nanoparticles to engineer a novel biocompatible cardiac patch.
Today's Medical Developments February 2015 - By Elizabeth Engler Modic - Design

January 2015

Cellulose with Braille for cells
Fabricating pre-structured cellulose materials that cover or coat devices with three-dimensional micro-structures and thus make them exceptionally biocompatible.
1/31/2015 - By Manufacturing Group - Contract Manufacturing, Coatings, Implants, Industry News, Materials, Orthopedics

Global medical device outsourcing market
Comprehensive analysis of industry shows time-to-market and cost benefits to drive the global medical device outsourcing market.
1/20/2015 - By Manufacturing Group - Contract Manufacturing, Design, Components, Devices, Manufacturing

Conductive coating for medical devices
Biotectix introduces a new conductive coating designed for medical devices that target cardiac and nervous system applications.
1/10/2015 - By Manufacturing Group - Contract Manufacturing, Coatings, Implants, Cardiovascular, Design, Devices

Wireless medical device market
‘Wireless Portable Medical Device Market by Technology, Component, Application, and Geography – Global Forecast’ – $2.83B by 2020.
1/9/2015 - By Manufacturing Group - Contract Manufacturing, Electrical/Electronic, Industry News, Design, FDA, Components

Helping the heart heal itself
Editor's pick: Rapid prototyping accelerates development of a circulatory support pump – Aortix – that once implanted, will let the heart rest and heal without surgery.
1/2/2015 - By Elizabeth Engler Modic - Contract Manufacturing, Rapid Prototyping, Industry News, Cardiovascular, Design, Components

December 2014

Pediatric medical innovations
Editor's pick: Georgia Tech and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta have partnered to answer the need for pediatric medical devices.
12/29/2014 - By Manufacturing Group - Contract Manufacturing, Industry News, Machining Centers, Education, Design, Research & Development

World’s only multipoint pacing pacemaker
CE Mark for St. Jude Medical’s Quadra Allure MP CRT-P expands the heart failure portfolio and increases patient response to multipoint pacing therapy.
12/19/2014 - By Manufacturing Group - Contract Manufacturing, Cardiovascular, Design, CE/EU, Devices

November 2014

Worrying about medical device cybercrimes
Today's Medical Developments November 2014 - By Elizabeth Engler Modic

October 2014

Top 10 Medical Innovations for 2015
The Cleveland Clinic unveiled the Top 10 medical innovations with the Mobile Stroke Ambulance for faster, effective treatment ranking #1.
10/30/2014 - By Manufacturing Group - Contract Manufacturing, Implants, Industry News, Orthopedics, Cardiovascular, Education

See-through sensors open new window into the brain
A blue light shines through a clear implantable medical sensor onto a brain model. Photo: Justin Williams, Research Group
10/29/2014 - By Manufacturing Group - Contract Manufacturing, Electrical/Electronic, Implants, Education, Design, Research & Development

Novel medical device developed by SCS surgeon
A bi-directional cannula that prevents severe complications following cardiac surgery has been developed by School of Clinical Sciences’ Randall Moshinsky.
10/29/2014 - By Manufacturing Group - Contract Manufacturing, Industry News, Cardiovascular, Design, Devices

Bioinspired coating for medical devices
Developed using FDA-approved materials, the coating prevented flowing blood from clotting in a large animal efficacy study.
10/24/2014 - By Manufacturing Group - Contract Manufacturing, Coatings, Industry News, Materials, Design, Research & Development

Materialise's HeartPrint - Class 1 medical device
Addressing the need for models that can assist with diagnosing, planning, and practicing complex cardiovascular procedures.
10/20/2014 - By Manufacturing Group - Industry News, Materials, Additive Manufacturing, Cardiovascular, Design, FDA

NIH funds Tissue Chip for Drug Screening program
Scientists will integrate chips mimicking human organ functions into full body system to evaluate drug.
10/2/2014 - By Manufacturing Group - Contract Manufacturing, Electrical/Electronic, Education, Design, Research & Development, Components
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