Michigan-based Grand Valley State University receives a half-million-dollar research grant to explore 3D printing technologies for medical device manufacturing.
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FDA issued a safety notice to doctors and patients regarding the use of robotically-assisted surgical devices for mastectomy and other cancer-related procedures.
Rani Therapeutics has conducted the first human study of a robotic capsule set to replace injections.
Influenza and its complications cause as many as 140,000 to 710,000 hospitalizations and 12,000 to 56,000 deaths annually in the U.S.
Sophisticated devices are playing frequent roles in the delivery of pharmaceuticals, and the winners of the 2019 Pharmapack Awards are evidence of that deepening trend.
A recent survey revealed a significant knowledge gap between patients’ satisfaction and providers’ perceived patient satisfaction with commonly prescribed migraine treatments, as well as a lack of knowledge about non-drug migraine treatments.
General Electric announced earlier this week that it would sell its pharmaceutical unit to Danaher for about $21 billion.
The Dublin-based company received approval for an expanded chronic total occlusion indication for its Resolute DES platform.
CEO John Onopchenko said the company is shifting from a defensive position to an offensive position and expects to return to growth in the second half of the year.
The Carlsbad, CA-based company said the technology’s initial focus will be on resolving the significant unmet clinical need in minimally invasive lateral procedures, but it can and will be leveraged into multiple Alphatec surgical approaches.
Results from a study on flexible packaging could encourage medtech to consider the “second life” of materials.