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IAI Announces Medical Assist ELECYLINDER Series

The main features are easy operation, AVD (acceleration / speed / deceleration) that can be adjusted individually, and high performance. Due to its stable quality, it is ideal for the manufacturing industry of medical products where product accuracy is required.

Medical Specialists: These Articles Are for You

Laurence M. Epstein, MD, System Director, Electrophysiology, Northwell Health Professor of Cardiology, Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell

Dr. (LTC) Julie A. Rizzo, MD, FACS, is a Burn/Trauma Surgeon at the United States Army Institute of Surgical Research Burn Center Burn Center in San Antonio, Texas

SILVERLON: Battlefield Tested Antimicrobial Dressing Is Critical to Infection Prevention

As a burn and trauma surgeon for the U.S. Army Institute of Surgical Research Burn Center, I’ve personally seen the powerful advantages of SILVERLON dressing in treating hundreds of burn injuries — including during my three combat deployments.

Show and Tell: How Medical Animations Effectively Demonstrate Innovative Devices

According to marketing statistics, video has become the most commonly used format in content marketing, overtaking blogs and infographics. Across social channels, photos and other images are the most-used content to increase audience engagement (HubSpot, 2020).

Medical Device Challenges

How to Overcome Medical Device Commercialization Challenges: # 1 Best Practices

You ask, how to overcome medical device commercialization challenges? Author Shrinidh Joshi, medical device consultant at Kolabtree provides expert tips.

Writing a Clinical Evaluation Report: 5 Quick and Intelligent Tips

Publishing research results in scientific journals may be both a rewarding and challenging task. Scientific publications are the most widely accepted way to share your research results and to receive credit for your work.
Expert, Dr. David Kremelberg, shares how DK Statistical Consulting worked with a California medical start-up requiring the development of a predictive model which would connect the readings taken from their medical device to the outcome of patients having fluid in their lungs following a heart attack.

Weight Loss & Genetic Testing

Most people know that excess weight is a major risk factor for many serious health conditions — including heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes and some forms of cancer — but obesity rates have continued to rise for decades.


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Medical Device News

CIRCUL Ring Pulse Oximeter in Dark-Pigmented Individuals: Clinical Study Validates Efficacy and Reliability

The CIRCUL™ Ring clinical validation study was conducted at the Tongde Hospital of Zhejiang Province, China.

Spinal Navigation and Robotics System Receives 510(k) Clearance: Company Plans to Commercialize Across the U.S. in 2021

Spinal Navigation & Robotics System by Fusion Robotics System addresses the key limitations of current spinal navigation and robotics systems by offering greater procedural efficiency with significantly less expense.

Minnesota Medical Technologies Corporation Announces European Distribution Agreement

Minnesota Medical CEO David A. Jonas said, "We are pleased to announce this exciting, strategic partnership with Wellspect."

Toyochem Develops Soft Skin Polyurethane-based Pressure-Sensitive Adhesives

The new line of “Soft Skin” polyurethane-based pressure-sensitive adhesives (PSAs) is designed to meet the growing demand for safe, low-trauma medical devices formulated for sensitive skin individuals.

Fujitsu Launches AI-powered Physical Rehabilitation Solution ‘HOPE ROMREC’ in Japan

"HOPE ROMREC" is a solution that automatically measures, records, and visualizes the angles of a patient's shoulder and elbow by estimating a three-dimensional skeleton from rehabilitation videos captured using a tablet device

Medical Device Executives On the Move

Dr. Konstantin Kousoulas, World’s Most Eminent Virologist Is Named VP of Scientific Affairs at Rational Vaccines

February 26, 2021 Dr. Konstantin Kousoulas, a leading virologist will work to further Rational Vaccines core mission of eradicating the world of the herpes simplex...

Dr. Myron Rolle Appointed to Abiomed Board of Directors

Dr. Rolle will serve as a member of the Governance and Nominating Committee and Regulatory and Compliance Committee of the board. With the appointment of Dr. Rolle, the board now comprises of eight active directors.

Acquisitions & Mergers

SyBridge Technologies Completes Acquisition Of Active Industrial Solutions, Inc. And Active Industrial Solutions Tennessee

February 19, 2021 SyBridge Technologies notes this transaction marks the further expansion by SyBridge in the mobility tooling industry, especially in the fast-growing lighting, fascia,...

Financial Growth & Development

Nemaura Medical Secures $20 Million Non-Dilutive Non-convertible Loan to Accelerate Growth

Nemaura Medical is a medical technology company developing and commercializing non-invasive wearable diagnostic devices.

Q’Apel Medical Raises $22 Million: Funds Will Help Grow a Highly Innovative Neurovascular Access Platform

In addition, Q'Apel Medical reported that Scott Huennekens, former Chairman, CEO and President of Verb Surgical, and Carter McNabb, Managing Director, River Cities Capital, will join the Board of Directors.


New Research Reveals Surprising Impact of HIIT Workouts on Your Metabolism

Lumen, the creators of the world's first metabolism measurement device through the breath, has further validated the effectiveness of HIIT (workouts by measuring their impact on our metabolism.

Weight Loss: Harnessing the Power of Genetic Testing

Most people know that excess weight is a major risk factor for many serious health conditions — including heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes and some forms of cancer — but obesity rates have continued to rise for decades.

Sweden Huge Care Debt According to New Survey

"This indicates that a gigantic 'healthcare debt' has been built up which will be a real challenge for the Swedish healthcare system to deal with in the coming year," says George Thaw, CEO of medtech company FRISQ, which conducted the survey.

Object-Caused Injuries – How to Deal with Them?

Injuries caused by objects, either sharp or blunt, are quite common. Moreover, if you have a relatively dangerous workplace, your toes or fingers may often get caught in the wrong place.

itSpray Announces BOOSTit with New Ingredients Elderberry and Monk Fruit Coming Soon

itSpray founder Kimberly Stiele said, "At itSpray we strive to give you the best solutions for your total health needs. We continue to improve our products to help you pursue a healthier lifestyle with ease, including immune support, sustained energy, and sleep solutions.

Swedes Are More Positive Towards Covid Vaccination According to a New Survey

Previous studies have shown a vaccination resistance of 20 to 25 percent of the Swedish population. Now it has decreased to 14 percent of the population who say they absolutely do not want to be vaccinated (five percent) or have doubts and want to wait (nine percent).

Can Brain Implants Improve Mobility After Stroke?

Now, researchers at Jefferson have initiated a clinical trial using a brain implant and robotic brace to test a method that could one day offer hundreds of thousands of stroke patients with long-term disability a new option for better mobility.

Soovu Wearable Pain Relief – A “Therable” for Chronic Pain Relief

In the U.S. more money is spent on pain treatments and lost productivity than diabetes, cancer and heart disease combined. Clearly opioids are not the answer, and recently the FDA required NSAIDs, like Aleve and Advil, to include heart attack and stroke warnings on their labels.

Bioheart Personal Heart Monitor-Provides Information on User’s Heart Performance

January 11, 2021 Bioheart, a personal heart monitor by Biotricity, Inc. is designed for individuals diagnosed with or at risk for cardiovascular disease. Bioheart continuously monitors...

Non Profit & Medical Associations

Give the Heart a Ketone? It May be Beneficial

Review finds emerging evidence ketone therapy holds potential for cardiovascular intervention

American College of Rheumatology COVID-19 Vaccine Guidelines: Recommends Vaccination

American College of Rheumatology COVID-19 Vaccine Guidelines provides an official recommendation to vaccinate rheumatology patients with musculoskeletal, inflammatory, and autoimmune diseases.

Blinded Veterans Association Endorses Bosma Enterprises’ Good Works® Ice Melter

Blinded Veterans Association is the nation’s only congressionally chartered Veterans Service Organization created for visually impaired veterans.

Hospitals in the News

Northwell Health Named by Ethisphere As One of the World’s Most Ethical Companies

Northwell Health President/CEO Michael Dowling said “We hold ourselves to the highest of standards and in spite of a pandemic that pushed the world to the breaking point our health care heroes continue to deliver compassionate, quality care.

West Boca Medical Center is the 1st Hospital Serving Palm Beach & North Broward Counties to use NICVIEW 2™ in NICU to Keep Families and their Newborn Connected

“This new and protected technology is giving families and loved ones another way to connect with their baby even when they can’t be present all of the time in our Level III NICU,” said George Rizzuto, chief executive officer of West Boca Medical Center.