WeHealth and PathMaker Neurosystems have formed an alliance to develop the first neuromodulation technology to treat spasticity.
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Against the odds, Zimmer Biomet is the first company to gain FDA clearance for brain, spine, and knee offerings on one robotic platform.
The popularity of lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries in medical devices has soared in recent years, but the efficiency gains are tempered by increased safety risks and regulatory concerns.
Industry experts give tips and advice on how to effectively communicate bad news about a product or a project.
Impulse Dynamics, one of 16 private companies Canaccord Genuity named ‘promising’ in a January analyst report, has received approval for the Optimizer Smart System.
Manufacturers should work to fill gaps in their portfolios to master disease management rather than focusing solely on one particular device category.
A letter from Senator Mark Warner (D-VA) prompted AdvaMed to reiterate these five principles for addressing medical device-related cybersecurity threats.
The Department of Homeland Security and FDA alerted people about cybersecurity vulnerabilities affecting Medtronic's implantable defibrillators. Medtronic is developing updates to further mitigate these vulnerabilities.
The diagnostic testing community will be able to use it as a resource for a variety of applications, including assay development, test validation, and quality control.
Overhaul labeling processes in order to handle any future regulatory changes, and consider adopting a joined-up, cloud-based labeling and artwork management solution.
The initiative was founded in 2015, by Dr. Priscilla Chan and her spouse Mark Zuckerberg, the co-founder and CEO of Facebook.
Researchers at Rochester Institute of Technology have created a toilet seat that detects congestive heart failure.