This Week in Devices: Examining the Potential of RFID Tags; Design Flaw Could Face Drug-Eluting Stents; People Paying More for Veterinary Care

This week in medical devices, a guest blogger on Medtech Insider explores RFID tags and ponders why medical device makers haven't embraced the technology as a way to cut down on paper trails; MPMN's Shana Leonard has the latest on potential design flaws that could hamper the development of drug-eluting stents as they get ever smaller; the Wall Street Journal has an interesting story (and blog post) about the rising cost and sophistication of pet care, which

November 7, 2011

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This Week in Devices: Examining the Potential of RFID Tags; Design Flaw Could Face Drug-Eluting Stents; People Paying More

this week in devicesThis week in medical devices, a guest blogger on Medtech Insider explores RFID tags and ponders why medical device makers haven't embraced the technology as a way to cut down on paper trails; MPMN's Shana Leonard has the latest on potential design flaws that could hamper the development of drug-eluting stents as they get ever smaller; the Wall Street Journal has an interesting story (and blog post) about the rising cost and sophistication of pet care, which can involve the use of devices that are as high-tech as those used on humans; and more. Enjoy!

Thomas Blair

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