TAVR pioneer Edwards Lifesciences has released positive 30-day data of its Sapien 3 valve at EuroPCR.
An industry expert sits down to discuss the pros and cons of a subscription-based business model and how the trend is making its way into the medtech realm.
The Department of Homeland Security has warned in a report that there are cybersecurity vulnerabilities in Medtronic’s N’Vision clinical programmer.
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Boston Scientific opens up to MD+DI about the recent 60 Minutes report, which claimed the company is making transvaginal mesh devices using counterfeit materials that it smuggled from China.
Vaginal mesh problems are back in the spotlight this week after a scathing 60 Minutes report claimed the company knowingly bought counterfeit plastic materials from a Chinese supplier to produce the devices. Boston Scientific says the claims are "completely false" and based on outdated and previously disproven allegations.
Under the agreement, Microdrop will license the rights to run SQI’s Celiac and Rheumatoid Arthritis tests.
Cook Medical concluded a 10-year-journey this week after it received approval of its Hemospray in the U.S. to treat gastrointestinal bleeds.
In a lawsuit filed against BD, its distributors, and group purchasing organizations, a group of healthcare providers have accused the company of abusing its market power.
BrainsWay just recently snagged FDA clearance for a new stimulator to be used in the Deep Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation System.
With reimbursement changes, new product launches, and broadening indications for established platforms, what will the future hold?
Here are four steps medtech organizations can take to increase their chances for success after an acquisition.