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  • Smith+Nephew Announces Change of CEO

    Smith+Nephew Announces Change of CEO

    CEO of Roche Diagnostics takes over.
    Smith+Nephew 10.21.19

  • Bracing/Prosthetics | Spine/Neurology
    Patient Operates Two Bionic Arms with His Thoughts

    Patient Operates Two Bionic Arms with His Thoughts

    The Johns Hopkins team is also developing strategies for providing sensory feedback for both hands at the same time using neural stimulation.
    Videos Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory 10.17.19

  • Extremities | Large Joint
    New Exoskeleton Shoulders Rehab Burden for Stroke Patients

    New Exoskeleton Shoulders Rehab Burden for Stroke Patients

    Device assists physical therapists in improving functionality for stroke patients.
    Online Exclusives Matt Mowry, Product Manager—dryLin, igus North America 10.14.19


  • Biologics | Large Joint
    Repairing Knee Cartilage Defects with the Patient

    Repairing Knee Cartilage Defects with the Patient's Own Cells

    CO.DON CEO Ralf Jakobs explains the benefits of using autologous cell therapy to fix articular cartilage.
    Online Exclusives Sam Brusco, Associate Editor 10.10.19

  • Compamed 2019 Preview Report

    Compamed 2019 Preview Report

    Experience the full range of supplier expertise for the medical technology industry.
    Online Exclusives Klaus Jopp 10.08.19

  • Packaging & Sterilization
    Sterigenics Makes Plans to Exit Willowbrook Operations

    Sterigenics Makes Plans to Exit Willowbrook Operations

    Unpredictable legislative and regulatory landscape in Illinois creates uncertain operating environment.
    Sterigenics 10.02.19


  • Coalition Urges Congress to Repeal Device Tax

    Coalition Urges Congress to Repeal Device Tax

    MDMA, AdvaMed, MITA, and a broad coalition of stakeholders sent letter to Capital Hill seeking permanent repeal.
    Medical Device Manufacturers Association 09.25.19

  • Biocompatibility & Testing
    Automated Analysis Advantages for Part Validation

    Automated Analysis Advantages for Part Validation

    Accomplishing part fabrication validation can be better facilitated through the incorporation of automated protocols.
    Edward Jaeck, Vice President of Strategic Growth and Business Development, Lowell Inc. 09.17.19

  • Machining & Tooling
    Tried and True Metalworking

    Tried and True Metalworking

    While device manufacturers are curious about newer parts fabrication technologies, they still rely heavily on traditional machining providers.
    Mark Crawford, Contributing Writer 09.17.19


  • Biocompatibility & Testing
    Making the Grade: A Testing and Analysis Roundtable

    Making the Grade: A Testing and Analysis Roundtable

    This roundtable discussion examines the technological and regulatory factors affecting the third-party testing and analysis services industry.
    Sam Brusco, Associate Editor 09.17.19

  • Spine/Neurology
    Back in the Game: A Look at Spine Innovations

    Back in the Game: A Look at Spine Innovations

    An examination of truly unique technologies impacting the spinal sector.
    Michael Barbella, Managing Editor 09.17.19

  • Spine/Neurology
    Pediatric Orthopedics Taken Off the Back Burner

    Pediatric Orthopedics Taken Off the Back Burner

    There are several different types of scoliosis, a condition that causes a sideways spinal curve, that affect children and adolescents.
    Sam Brusco, Associate Editor 09.17.19

  • What Are Orthopedic Surgeon Salary and Employment Statistics?

    What Are Orthopedic Surgeon Salary and Employment Statistics?

    The percent of employed physicians is greater than self-employed physicians.
    Maria Shepherd, President and Founder, Medi-Vantage 09.17.19

  • U.S. May Offer a Safe Harbor from the Impending MDR Storm

    U.S. May Offer a Safe Harbor from the Impending MDR Storm

    There are factors that make for a more inviting environment for the medical device industry in the United States.
    Dawn A. Lissy, President & Founder, Empirical 09.17.19

  • How Identifying Gaps in Clinical Data Can Ease the Transition to New Regulations

    How Identifying Gaps in Clinical Data Can Ease the Transition to New Regulations

    As of 2017, the European medical device market was estimated  at $126 billion, the second largest worldwide, comprising 27 percent of the global market. The European market trails only the United States, which accounts for roughly 43 percent of…
    Mike Goodson, Associate Director, Regulatory Affairs, MCRA LLC 09.17.19