Here’s what was new in the world of medical device suppliers during the week of March 31.
With the EU Medical Device Regulations just over one year away, this latest revision aims to help medical device manufacturers meet the regulation’s General Safety and Performance Requirements.
Results from a study on flexible packaging could encourage medtech to consider the “second life” of materials.
Oliver Healthcare Packaging has acquired CleanCut Technologies, uniting two similar-minded medical packaging companies.
These FDA-consensus standards guide packaging design and validation—how compliant are you, and how ready are you for the upcoming revision?
The two technology groups will collaborate to expand SCHOTT’s hermetic packaging portfolio with an innovative new glass micro bonding technology that will create new possibilities for electronic implantable devices.
Concerns about manufacturing efficiency, reducing material waste, and complying with new regulatory requirements are driving considerable change in medical device packaging equipment.
Orthopedic implant packaging was one of the latest projects for Clemson University’s industry-sponsored packaging program.
From visual inspection to bubble emission to tracer gas methods, you've got a lot at your disposal. What are you using, and what challenges are you facing?
A new single-use kit for treating wrist fractures aims to improve efficiency and minimize costs. The contents of the new, pre-sterilized Distal Radius Sterile Kit shown on the front table, compared with the contents of the table that healthcare systems have historically assembled themselves. Image...
Two trauma wounds could be sealed in emergency settings. H&H DualSeal pack provides the ability to cover two wounds without carrying a larger pouch. Seconds count when professionals are treating trauma patients in the field. Having developed life-saving emergency-care products for...