The September/October 2018 issue of Surgical Products.
Daniel Seeger
9.1.2018
12:00pm
PARAMETRIK takes the reprocessing of scopes out of the hospital's hands.
Daniel Seeger
9.1.2018
11:59am
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When addressing HAI risk for the surgical patient, don't forget about PIV.
Pat Parks, MD
9.1.2018
11:58am
For companies like Materialise, the future of orthopedic surgery will come out of a 3D printer.
Daniel Seeger
9.1.2018
11:57am
Retained surgical bodies are one of the most common — and most dangerous — never events.
Daniel Seeger
9.1.2018
11:56am
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It's important to help engage patients as consumers as they move through their healthcare journeys.
Melinda Thiel, Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices Companies
9.1.2018
11:55am
The company behind the da Vinci is still transforming surgery.
Daniel Seeger
9.1.2018
11:54am
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Olympus provides an OR integration system that will streamline the surgical team's work.
Kelly Fitzgerald, Olympus
9.1.2018
11:53am
Minne Ties is a new technology disrupting jaw fracture management.
Alan W. Johnson, MD
9.1.2018
11:52am
A survey of the best products introduced in recent months.
Daniel Seeger
9.1.2018
11:51am
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A new study indicates there will be 7,047 fewer surgeons than the population requires by 2050.
Daniel Seeger
9.1.2018
11:51am
Featuring products from Healthmark, EDGECO, NuVasive, and 3M.
Daniel Seeger
9.1.2018
11:50am
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Featuring products from Midmark and IMP.
Daniel Seeger
9.1.2018
11:49am
Featuring products from Cerenovus, SurgiMark, and Olympus.
Daniel Seeger
9.1.2018
11:48am
Computers have drastically changed many things, including the world of medicine. One thing they have brought are medical simulation models. Once con­sidered...
8.15.2018
9:57am
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Additive manufacturing is making an impact in many industries, and the medical world is no exception, notes Medical Design Technology Managing Editor Spencer...
8.14.2018
5:05pm
A number of key trends in the healthcare business has increased the need for sensors to not only monitor patient conditions but also link to centralized data...
8.14.2018
4:40pm
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Micro-extrusion process now enables minimally invasive medical cables to be manufactured with diameters less than 0.1 mm...
Thierry Malvache, Medical Product Manager, Nexans
8.14.2018
4:14pm
Stringent FDA compliance is needed to ensure components operate reliably in life-critical medical products...
Lizzie Geismar, Product Marketing Manager, Medical Division & High Reliability Tantalum, AVX Corporation
8.14.2018
3:56pm
For medical device developers, properly implementing a QMS can ensure a smooth path to product development.... 
Rasean Butler, Director of Quality Systems, EarLens,and Chuck Cimalore, CTO, Omnify Software
8.14.2018
2:59pm
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Parylene, a coating used in aerospace applications, can be used to provide all-important to sensors in medical applications...
Joyce Laird, Contributing Writer
8.14.2018
2:43pm
Knee replacements, spinal implants, and other orthopedic devices can be brought to market faster and at lower costs through additive manufacturing...
Laura Gilmour, Global Medical Business Development Manager, EOS North America
8.14.2018
2:38pm
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In this Digital Edition, Medical Design Technology covers additive manufacturing, Parylene coatings for medical sensors, design controls for medical components...
8.14.2018
2:07pm
A year ago in this space, I asked if artificial intelligence (AI) would take over the world. So far, that hasn’t happened, but there are those...
Karl Stephan, Professor of Electrical Engineering, Texas State University
8.9.2018
12:20pm
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Energy harvesting has been resonating in the industry circle as a technology fairytale for many years now. This environmental-friendly undertaking...
Majeed Ahmad, Contributing Writer
8.9.2018
12:17pm
Vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology provides power from electric vehicles (EVs) to the grid in response to peak load demands. Depending on the...
Maria Guerra, Contributing Writer
8.9.2018
12:12pm
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When developing an industrial grade, wireless device intended for long-term deployment, design engineers must strike a balance between...
Sol Jacobs, Tadiran Batteries
8.9.2018
12:08pm
There’s been a lot said about how the Internet of Things will affect the future of how products will be developed and deployed. While grand...
Spencer Chin, Managing Editor
8.9.2018
11:58am
Recently, much attention has been given to Internet of Things (IoT) devices’ manufacturing standards, with governments trying to ensure...
Yotam Gutman, VP Marketing, SecuriThings
8.9.2018
11:33am
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