Three robotics experts at MD&M West looked at the iterative process of developing medical robotic tools and discussed valuable takeaways from watching the industry leader, Intuitive Surgical, rise to the top.
Victor Gura, MD, inventor of the Wearable Artificial Kidney, spoke at MD&M West about design considerations, obstacles, and goals involved with developing a portable dialysis device.
A student has won a global competition for her efforts to develop a synthetic material that could act as both a diagnostic and a therapeutic agent for bacterial toxins.
The magazine published a special January edition on "The Future of Medicine" highlighting innovative organs-on-chips research and technology.
The Vetex Thrombectomy Catheter is designed to remove wall-to-wall clot within the vein, in one procedure, and without thrombolytic drugs.
MIT researchers have discovered a way to potentially restore movement in patients with paralysis, or treat unwanted movements such as muscle tremor in Parkinson's patients.
A design engineer speaking at MD&M Minneapolis demonstrates how virtual reality technology can play a meaningful role in product development.
An R&D expert will share tips for getting a product to market quickly without letting project stress drive a wedge between you and your co-workers.
A design change involving replacement parts for a commonly used CPAP mask has triggered a Class I recall for Compass Health.