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May 2014 digital edition of MDTIn May, there are three presentations that contribute to the cover focus of in vitro diagnostics. “RFID Enables a Clear Line of Sight to Time Savings” highlights the use of RFID to track compounds, chemicals, and reagents; while “The Role of Polymer Science in IVD” looks at how materials can impact the sector. “IVD Industry Insights” shares excerpts from a variety of Richard Park’s weekly IVD blog.

Looking to Smaller Specialized Suppliers for Innovation” challenges the basic principles of outsourcing, offering a different outlook on this highly publicized and challenging subject. Two real-world examples illustrate the overall point.

With increasing pressure on device manufacturers to move away from DEHP in PVC, OEMs are seeking a plasticizer option that performs similarly without the related, potential health concerns. “Regulations Driving Adoption of Non-Phthalate Materials for Medical Tubing” examines this trend.

Perspectives asks if the FDA needs to revisit its decision regarding the regulation of apps and shares several responses from industry leaders.  

Click here or on the cover to browse the digital version of the May 2014 issue of MDT.

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