Boston MedTech Advisors presenting case studies at DeviceTalks Boston

Boston MedTech Advisors supports its clients (from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies) in the commercialization of new products and services by addressing the highly inter-dependent regulatory, clinical studies, reimbursement, marketing and business development challenges of the global medical technology industry. Featured services: Case studies Boston MedTech Advisors has been working on addressing spine problems for

Cognition to touting compliance and commercialization at DeviceTalks Boston

Cognition Corp., headquartered in Lexington, Mass., has been offering solutions for medical device, pharmaceutical, and combination products compliance and commercialization for more than 10 years. The Cockpit Platform provides the framework for an extensive set of compliance templates. These templates, which include Risk Management and Design Controls, along with professional services, give companies a jump-start

Medtech stories we missed this week: Sept. 22, 2017

From the FDA’s clearance of Covalon’s film-drape to Bioventus launching its study, here are seven medtech stories we missed this week but thought were still worth mentioning. 1. FDA clears Covalon’s MediClear OTC surgical film-drape Covalon announced in a Sept. 21 press release that the FDA has cleared its MediClear PreOp to market in U.S. hospitals,

5 DeviceTalks Boston exhibitors you should know

DeviceTalks Boston is an annual event that allows some of the best minds in medtech to exchange ideas, insights and technologies. The event is hosted by Medical Design & Outsourcing’s sister site MassDevice. Those who attend the event can expect to network with other medtech enthusiasts, attend in-depth interviews with leaders in the industry and

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This pen can diagnose cancer in tissue in seconds

Scientists and engineers in Texas have created a pen-like device that can accurately recognize cancer in tissues during surgery. A team at the University of Texas at Austin has invented a tool used during surgeries that can give results in about 10 seconds, which is 150 times faster than current technology, according to the researchers.

Qosina touts new bioprocessing components

Qosina recently announced that it has a line of bioprocessing components that are in stock and ready for shipment. The new bioprocessing accessories include Pharmafluor tubing, barbed connectors and flanges, sanitary flanges, press-in barbed plugs and compression fittings. The accessories also include tube and flange clamps in a variety of sizes and colors that can be

This sweat-powered biofuel cell could create better wearable devices

Engineers at the University of California at San Diego have created a stretchable sweat-powered biofuel cell, and it could enable better wearables. The biofuel cells use energy from sweat to generate 10 times more power per surface area than other biofuel cells that are used in wearables. The researchers claim it could be used to

Raumedic to install IT control systems for Industry 4.0 advancement

Raumedic has announced its new IT-based quality-assurance and production control system that is designed to help raise the quality of standards and efficiency of its production process. The system is set to be installed in all of Raumedic’s production facilities in Germany and the U.S. by 2019. The company recently reached an agreement with the

Brentwood buys Mexico cleanroom facility

Brentwood Industries (Reading, Pa.) has expanded its manufacturing capabilities by purchasing a cleanroom facility in Tijuana, Mexico. It plans to open the facility in early 2018. This new purchase is the second facility of Brentwood’s that is dedicated to customers thermoformed medical packaging. “We’ve been evaluating expansion into Tijuana for a number of years, particularly considering

How electrical currents could monitor lung functions from an ICU bed

Electrical currents from an electrode-filled belt could soon help monitor important bodily functions like lung function, according to Austrian researchers. Electrical impedance tomography (EIT) is a new imaging technique created by a collaboration between Technische Universität Wien, Medical University of Vienna and the University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna. The electrode-filled belt is applied directly on

MPR presenting devices and mobile monitoring at DeviceTalks Boston

MPR is working to solve energy shortages by helping to develop the next generation of technologies and improving the operations of existing power plants and is applying advanced technologies to ensure cleaner air and water. MPR is developing medical devices and biotechnology products that offer solutions to world health problems, and its on the frontier

Eastridge Workforce Solutions acquires Operon Resource Management

Eastridge Workforce Solutions (San Diego, Calif.) recently announced that it has acquired Operon Resource Management (Lowell, Mass.). The financial details of the deal were not disclosed. Operon’s medical device recruitment solutions will add on to Eastridge’s history of helping medtech manufacturers with their workforces. The clients from both companies will have access to specialized services that

Medtech stories we missed this week: Sept. 15, 2017

From Acera Surgical and Telos Medical’s partnership to Xtant Medical’s 510(k) clearance, here are seven medtech stories we missed this week but thought were still worth a mention. 1. Acera Surgical partners with Telos Medical for Restrata wound matrix trial Telos Partners announced in a Sept. 14 press release that Acera Surgical has chosen Telos to

Nypro reopens renovated Illinois design and manufacturing facility

Nypro has officially opened the doors of its recently expanded Gurnee, Ill. location after having a ribbon cutting ceremony that included Mayor Kristina Kovarik and other company officials. The facility has almost doubled in size with the new expansion and is bringing 60 new jobs to the local area. The expansion also enhances specialized capabilities

Global Prior Art showcasing research and analysis capabilities at DeviceTalks Boston

Leading law firms and companies choose Global Prior Art to empower well-informed, successful decisions surrounding patent litigation, product clearance (FTO) and planning, licensing and acquisition due diligence, IP portfolio construction and business opportunity assessment. Global’s technical specialists provide proprietary visualization tools that allow our clients to leverage critical information typically buried in thousands of patent