In an effort to advance the benefits that lasers can offer to surgeons, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center partnered with a motor and motion control specialist to fabricate an endoscopic laser scalpel that incorporates a remote-controlled beam steering device right in the endoscope head.
While 2013 proved challenging for the medical device industry, 2014 is going to be just as dynamic. The cover feature offers a collection of perspectives on what to expect in the next year...
Whether you have an active project or are just looking for inspiration, you're certain to find what you need at Medical Design & Manufacturing Chicago!
Get hands-on with top products and technologies. Enhance your knowledge and understanding of the latest industry innovations and emerging technologies, including...
The Medical Device & Investor Forum is put on by Octane annually. OCTANe connects people and ideas with the capital and resources required to fuel technology industry growth. Our goal is to function as an innovation and commercialization...
AAMI and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) today announced plans for S3 Challenge 2014—a dynamic new conference set for March that will focus on how to improve the safety of healthcare technology and reduce the time it takes to...
Launched in response to huge demands from the industry! Asia’s ONLY Exhibition & Conference specialized in Diagnostics and Testing for Personalized Medicine, concurrently held with BIOtech 2014 Japan, Asia’s largest bio event.
With the success of the inaugural event in 2012, FABTECH Canada will be back in Toronto in 2014, more expansive than before. The only event of its kind in this country, FABTECH Canada brings the most relevant and important information on industry standards, new products and latest technologies to the Canadian market.
SMTA and iNEMI announce the program for the two-day Medical Electronics Symposium. The event will be held November 12-13, 2013 at the Embassy Suites in Milpitas, CA. The symposium will focus on medical electronic devices, carriers and components, advanced assembly techniques, reliability and the complex global regulatory requirements (including RoHS) required for medical applications.
Medical Main Street’s INNO-VENTION Conference showcases to the world the merging and innovative products, technologies, and leaders from the life science and health care industries in Southeast Michigan. This year’s conference focuses on the interrelationship between medical devices and heath IT – including the impact of mobile technology.
While the use of disposables in healthcare is certainly nothing new, their implementation as instrumentation in orthopedic procedures is. “Disposables in the O.R.” takes a look at the benefits of this trend.
Innovative control technology offers medical professionals and technicians the potential to do much more with diagnostic imaging equipment. “A New Dimension in Diagnostics,” this issue's cover story, looks at intuitive controls for radiological applications.
This paper will address the particular design and fabrication challenges of medical cables. It will examine the design parameters, material choices and manufacturing requirements that medical device manufacturers need to know to ensure that medical device interconnect is precise, reliable and durable – and protect them from liability.
Rubber Division, American Chemical Society, 411 Wolf Ledges Pkwy., Ste. 201, is excited to announce the finalization of the program for the Advanced Materials in Healthcare Conference taking place October 7, 2013, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. at Hyatt Regency Cleveland at the Arcade in Cleveland, OH.
Join our online tutorial on Thursday, July 30th, 11:00 PST to learn how to use hot air tipping methodology to achieve enhanced functionality, considerable cost benefits, and measurable results. This FREE 20-minute webinar will review the fundamentals of hot air tipping.