Reports that the online retailer wants to become a major hospital supplier is giving some in medtech reason to worry.
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Studies on the room disinfection technology using short-wavelength ultraviolet radiation demonstrate benefits and explore strategies for use.
A $45 million funding round completed by DiaCarta to help develop a liquid biopsy test for colorectal cancer is just the latest proof that venture capitalists continue to see liquid biopsy companies as an attractive investment.
A doctor at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center explained how virtual reality technology is impacting patients suffering from chronic pain at MD&M West.
For successful device implementation, it's critical for medical device companies to provide support at all stages of the buying cycle.
Early compliance to the European Medical Device Regulation could give medical device manufacturers access to a potential $16.5 billion in revenues across the top 10 EU markets and Switzerland.
Medical tourism, an aging population, and a growing middle-income class are driving rapid growth in Thailand's medical device market.
Researchers may have found a way to deliver genes safely, effectively, and without the side effects associated with viral delivery, which is the more common delivery method for gene therapy.
The Kidney Research Institute of the University of Washington is developing a wearable artificial kidney that could reach clinical trials by 2022.
This was the question one MD&M West speaker was asked to ponder as he addressed the convergence of consumer and medical technologies, and what that trend means for product design.
Your CAPA process should be entirely risk based, from the moment a request is made until you have verified the effectiveness of the actions taken.
New tools have given engineers have the ability to prototype rapidly, cheaply, and often, so how do you resist the urge to iterate endlessly?