Here’s what was new in the world of medical device suppliers during the week of November 12.
News & Features
An Indiana company is the first to win permission from FDA to market a device for use in helping to reduce the symptoms of opioid withdrawal.
Merit Medical Systems said it will pay $100 million for assets in connection with BD and C.R. Bard's $24 billion merger.
FDA cleared Cianna Medical's Savi Scout reflector for breast cancer conservation surgery without restrictions on the length of time the implant can remain in the breast.
Learn about the analytical human factors techniques that help maximize the likelihood that a medical product will be safe and effective for the intended users, uses, and use environments.
New guidelines urge use of dressings with an FDA-cleared label that specifies a clinical indication for reducing catheter-related bloodstream infection or catheter-associated bloodstream infection.
A technology and market matchmaker reveals a few tips on identifying and promoting technologies that suit product requirements and meet market demands.
FDA is warning the public about the dangers of using injectable silicone that is falsely marketed as FDA-approved dermal fillers for cosmetic enhancement.
Ireland is home to hundreds of medical technology companies and medtech-focused institutions and it’s clear there’s more drawing the industry to the country than a low tax rate.
Not every cool gadget from the consumer tech world can be applied successfully to healthcare, but the crossovers that work seem to make the hunt for that diamond in the rough worthwhile.
With many specialized skills in demand and competition from other fast-paced industries like high tech, medtech companies may need to do more to retain top talent.