Co-developed by Medtronic and the recently acquired Mazor Robotics, the system represents a unique marriage between robotics and navigation.
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The imaging process was developed by a team of researchers from Northwestern University and could help lead to the early diagnosis of disease.
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The Warsaw, IN-based company has received clearance for the ROSA Knee System to be used in robotically-assisted total knee replacement procedures.
The medical device industry can’t help but work to take a leadership role in the effort to move forward with value-based care. We don’t have a choice.
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The suspension follows the Irvine, CA-based company’s voluntary recall of the device earlier this month.
FDA has about two or three months of device user fees as the backlog of unreviewed devices continues to grow.
Abbott CEO Miles White says the company is adding 300,000 new Freestyle Libre patients per quarter and growing. More than 1.3 million diabetes patients are currently using the device for continuous glucose monitoring.
Experts are using 3D scanning and 3D printing to craft patient-specific prosthetics and medical device implants with unprecedented precision.
Day Zero Diagnostics has raised $8.6 million to further develop a sequencing-based rapid diagnostic that identifies, within hours, both the species and the antibiotic resistance profile of a bacterial pathogen.
MD+DI takes a look at five deals that transformed companies for the better and five deals that resulted in controversy for the parties involved.
FDA took the next steps this week toward establishing the framework that is now being called the Safety and Performance Based Pathway. The agency also is seeking input from the industry on its plan to promote the use of more modern predicate devices in the 510(k) program.