By taking existing technologies, and reimagining them within a new context, scientists and manufacturers are able to produce innovative solutions to many everyday problems. For example, the efforts of a professor from the University of Washington, the Optiva Corporation, and Morgan Electro Ceramics have yielded a grou
The global market for mass spectrometry, already surpassing $3 billion, is expected to grow by eight percent per year through the end of the decade, according to Spectroscopy Magazine and Instrument Business Outlook. The growth is fueled by continual advancements in technology, which have positioned mass spectrometry
Scientists from the Netherlands have developed a device that uses capillary electrophoresis and conductivity detection to monitor lithium concentration in the blood. The handheld device could be used by patients in their own homes.
Home Dialysis Plus, a Portland medical technology company, has landed as much as $50 million in private investment to bring its kidney treatment to market.
The following article identifies the benefits of bringing in outside maintenance expertise to perform functions that otherwise consume resources that can be better used in a production mode. Ron Hoffman With today's limited
In the fiercely competitive medical device and instrumentation industry, speeding time to market is important to edge out competitors and begin generating revenue for products that often carry long and expensive research and development cycles. Pushing products through the development
St. Jude Medical Inc. lands European regulatory approval for a cardiac ablation system used to correct arrhythmias. By Brandon Glenn St. Jude Medical Inc. (NYSE:STJ) received European regulatory approval for a cardiac ablation system used in procedures to destroy diseased...
The internal design of these dispensing valves prevent fluid contact with the actuating components, making them ideal for use with reactive fluids, such as cyanoacrylates and solvent-based adhesives and coatings.
When the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Business Week, and USA Today all have articles discussing the most recent entrant to the Personal Health Record (PHR) space, then something significant might be happening. Regardless of Google’s success in its
Rotor Clip Company Inc., a leading manufacturer of retaining rings, hose clamps, and related products, manufactures a varied range of wave springs for applications requiring quick connectors.
TDK-Lambda has introduced a new low-profile DIN rail-mount power supply that operates off a wide range of AC input voltages, ranging from a nominal 100 to 277 VAC.
St. Jude Medical Inc. said Thursday European Union regulators approved its Ensite Contact technology, which is designed to improve procedures used in treatment of a serious heart condition.St. Jude said Ensite Contact is a diagnostic system of ablation catheters, hardware and software that can...
Medtronic Inc. said Thursday it launched a series of new implantable heart devices in Europe under the name Protecta.The company said the new devices include technology called SmartShock that can significantly reduce inappropriate shocks, which it said are a significant problem with people with...
(Cardiff University) Scientists at Cardiff University have identified a mechanism which could explain how lithium helps stabilize bipolar disorder.
Low calcium intake linked with increased risk of osteoporosis and hypertension in postmenopausal womenJune 17, 2010 6:36 am | by EurekAlert | News | Comments
(European League Against Rheumatism) Italian postmenopausal women who have a low calcium intake show a higher risk of developing both osteoporosis and hypertension (a chronic medical condition in which arterial blood pressure is elevated) than those who consume higher levels of...