The new device could help pave the way for future embedded devices.
Check-Cap received CE mark for its C-Scan Capsule in January of this year, now the Isfiya, Israel-based company is setting its sights on the U.S. market.
University of Bristol Medical School Researchers led a study that shows cemented metal-on-plastic hip replacements less than 36 mm in diameter are the most cost-effective in patients older than 65.
An industry expert shares how emerging micro and nanotechnologies could shape the next generation of implantable drug-delivery systems.
FDA is alerting doctors and patients about the risk of complications when certain implanted pumps are used to deliver pain medications not approved for use with the devices.
Precise Bio is trying to develop bio-printed eye-related tissues to treat ophthalmic diseases. The company has already transplanted a 3D-printed corneal graft in animals.
A report posted in FDA's MedSun database describes two heart pumps that were returned to the manufacturer for investigation.
The Utah Supreme Court will decide whether to apply to medical devices a key legal doctrine that protects manufacturers of technologically-advanced products from the unfair application of strict liability.
A recently published study links silicone breast implants with a handful of rare diseases, but an FDA expert points to flaws in the study and says it highlights the need for better postmarket evidence generation.
The company's technology has been hailed as the first major change in breast tissue expansion in almost 40 years.
Removing the CyPass Micro-Stent from the market is in patients' best interests, and is "the right thing to do," said Alcon's chief medical officer, after five-year data revealed a higher rate of cell loss compared to patients who had cataract surgery alone.
BAROnova has submitted a premarket approval application to FDA for an implantable device designed to treat obesity.
The FDA-cleared system customizes implants as well as surgical instruments to get the best fit for each patient.
The Austin, TX-based company has been awarded a grant for nearly $3 million from the Department of Defense to develop its drug-delivery device.