Dulas, a leading British solar refrigeration manufacturer and renewable energy specialist, has launched its new VC50SDD refrigerator, using its Freeze-Free technology to ensure vaccines are never exposed to harmful sub-zero temperatures. In line with, and improving upon, Dulas’ existing range of solar-powered refrigerators, the VC50SDD delivers the most compact and reliable cold space possible. As […]
Qioptiq, an Excelitas Technologies Company and global technology leader focused on delivering innovative optical and photonic solutions, introduces the new 1.73x Tube Lens as a widely desired addition to the mag.x system 125. Representing a new class of optical systems that enable microscope-like resolution with wide fields-of-view to support modern high-resolution sensors, the 1.73x Tube Lens […]
Capillus, LLC, a medical device manufacturer focused on providing customers with the best products in treatment for hair loss, announced today that it has been issued a Class II Medical Device License by Health Canada for its laser hair therapy at-home laser caps. Capillus is the first low-level laser therapy (LLLT) cap manufacturer to be cleared by […]
Phihong, a global supplier of OEM power solutions, has released a new energy-efficient 18W medical grade wall-plug adapter designed for use in minimally invasive, bodily floating (Type BF) medical applied parts that have conductive, medium-term, or long-term contact with patients, including: continuous and bi-level positive airway pressure (CPAP and BiPAP) machines, medical imaging equipment, nebulizers, […]
Medical augmented reality (AR) activity is tentatively used today in first responder training and education. But ABI Research predicts that the market, particularly smart glasses or head-mounted devices, will hit an inflection point between 2018 and 2019. The report, “AR in Telemedicine, Training and First Responder Medical Applications” predicts that after first responders adopt the technology, the […]
by Lisa Weeks, Marketing Communications Specialist, MasterControl Last week, I attended AdvaMed 2016, the leading medtech conference in North America. This year’s conference was the biggest yet, with more than 2,650 medtech professionals descending on Minneapolis for three days (October 17-19) of educational sessions, lively panel discussions and inspiring patient stories. As the birthplace of […]
Ortho Clinical Diagnostics, a global designer of in vitro diagnostics, announced that ORTHO VISION Max, a fully automated blood analyzer for high-volume transfusion medicine laboratories, received 510(k) clearance, signifying its conformity with U.S. FDA regulation. ORTHO VISION Max is now commercially available in the U.S., and is also commercially available in Europe and Japan. The ORTHO […]
Boris Odintsov, senior research scientist at the Biomedical Imaging Center at the Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology at the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign, and Thomas Brozoski, research professor at the Southern Illinois University School of Medicine in Springfield, have created a comprehensive, interactive rat brain atlas. Brain atlases can be used to […]
In conjunction with the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) meeting in Chicago opening yesterday, Mindray announces the introduction of its new L20-5s ultra-high frequency linear transducer with enhanced iNeedle visualization technology. The TE7 Touch Enabled Ultrasound System, designed specifically for the demanding point-of-care (POC) imaging environment, offers intuitive tablet-like operation, superior image quality with one-touch […]
BioLife Solutions Inc., a biological storage developer and Brooks Automation, a global provider of automation and cryogenic equipment for life sciences, recently collaborated on a shipping and storage study to support best distribution practices for time and temperature sensitive biologic materials. Both companies serve the regenerative medicine industry and are focused on delivering products and services that […]
Recall is the last word a medtech business wants to hear. But in 2015, the guidewire industry experienced recalls due what might be considered a combination of best intentions and unintended consequences. In March 2015, there was a voluntary recall for stainless steel guidewires going back to April 2013, which FDA classified as Class 1. […]
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