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Notification for regulating medical devices sales

A notification was issued recently by CDSCO. Rajiv Nath, Forum Coordinator, Association of Indian Medical Device Industry (AiMeD) said, “We are baffled to see...

Selecting the right implants is important

Right implant selection, adoption of global best practices, quality and skill of a surgeon plays a key role in making an orthopedic surgery successful...

A painless adhesive

Pulling off a band-aid may soon get a lot less painful.

Polylactic Acid Screws

Biodegradable screws made of polylactic acid are already used in the medical field, but they have the drawback that when these screws degrade, they can leave holes in the bone.

Titanium

Pure titanium and titanium-base alloys are known to be the various corrosion resistant and biocompatible of all implant materials in the body.

Polyethylene

Polyethylene is a common plastic and it is often one of the materials used in medical implants because it is an acceptable synthetic polymer that is biologically inactive and does not degrade in the body.

Medical device makers seek upto 18% price hike

Hike required to neutralise impact of rupee depreciation & inflation, MTaI says.

Smart bandages to monitor, treat chronic wounds

Bandages with integrated pH and temperature sensors and electronically triggered drug release are designed to improve healing

New low-cost needle simulator aims to revolutionise medical training

Haptic force needle insertion simulator is a low-cost, hand-held device that simulates the tactic feeling of the instrument passing through several layers of tissue.

Mr. Hartmut Diehl Global Sales Director, KOCH Pac Systeme GmbH &...

Can you brief our readers regarding the journey of KOCH Pac-Systeme?Mr. Diehl: KOCH Pac-Systeme GmbH with its head office in Pfalzgrafenweiler was founded...

nice Neotech Medical Systems launches Unique Features and Benefits

nice 8010 Respiratory Humidifier• Capable of operating in  non invasive control mode with low, medium & High temperature setting. • It can be used...

Immunochemistry – What to Watch Out For in 2018?

With the latest advancements, 3rd generation immunoassays for Transfusion Transmitted Infections are now giving way to the 4th generation assays, that are designed on parameters such as early detection, better sensitivity and specificity, reduction in infection rates, affordability, etc. - Ratan Shetty
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A painless adhesive

Pulling off a band-aid may soon get a lot less painful.