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Technology Update


August 2011 E-Newsletter
Implant Mimics Cancellous and Cortical Bone

Memories Are Made of This: A Chip, Electrode Array and Algorithm

July 2011 E-Newsletter
Bern Researchers Develop Turbines Designed to Use Hydraulic Power of the Heart to Run Medical Devices

Low-Resistance SiC Power Transistor Joins SemiSouth Laboratories’ JFET Family

Germany Claims Pole Position in Driving Medtech Innovation

June 2011 E-Newsletter
Automated Mandrel Straightening Equipment Does Not Require Tooling Change

World\'s Smallest Video Camera Suited for Endoscopic Devices

Lens-Free Microscope Displays High-Resolution 3-D Images on a Chip

Intel’s Revolutionary 3-D Chip Will Affect Device Speed, Performance

May 2011 E-Newsletter
Advantages and Challenges of Biodegradable Magnesium Implants Addressed at MEDTEC Europe

Instron Optimises Gripping Devices for Tensile Testing of Soft Biological Tissues

April 2011 E-Newsletter
Healthcare, Now in 3-D

The technology is moving far beyond medical imaging. No goggles required.

Novel Stretchable Solar Cells to Power Artificial Electronic “Super Skin”

Software Brings Machine Learning to Microscopy

March 2011 E-Newsletter
Cambridge Consultants and Sun Pharma Develop New Dry Powder Inhaler

Changing Healthcare Imaging Markets Motivate Technological Innovation

February 2011 E-Newsletter
Copolymers Mimic Extracellular Matrix of Bone for Enhanced Tissue Scaffolds

Breathalyser Technology Could Enable Medical Diagnostics Breakthrough

Understanding Superconductivity

Research in high-temperature superconductivity may lead to more-affordable MRI scanners

January 2011 E-Newsletter
Technology Used in Smartphones Could Make Prosthetic Limbs Easier to Use

WITec Introduces “True Surface Microscopy”

December 2010 E-Newsletter
A “USB” for Medical Diagnosis?

IDES Unveils New Medical Plastics Search

Compamed: Lenzing Presents Fibre Portfolio to Medtech Manufacturers

November 2010 E-Newsletter
New Retinal Implant Enables Blind People to See Shapes and Objects

Microbial Hair Conducts Electricity

October 2010 E-Newsletter
“Nanosprings” Offer Improved Performance in Biomedicine, Electronics

Engineers Make Artificial Skin from Nanowires

New Surface Treatment Technology Improves Performance of Drug Delivery Systems

September 2010 E-Newsletter
Structural and TPE Compounds Lend Strength and Dexterity to Prosthetic Fingers

New Material Mimics Bone in Biomedical Implant Applications

Using Light to Control Heartbeat Could Lead to New Breed of Pacemaker

August 2010 E-Newsletter
Nanocapsules Embedded in Medical Dressing Release Antibiotics Only When Bacteria Are Present

Solvay Partners with Entegris to Develop Carbon Nanotube-Enhanced PEEK Products

Femtosecond Laser Is Cut Above Conventional Systems for Precision Medtech Machining

Fall 2010
PolyMedex Introduces Custom Bone Growth Formulations for Orthopaedic Implants

Maker of Printing Systems Claims Catheter Printing Breakthrough

Beam Profile Reflectometry Device Targets Medtech Applications

Non-Contact Sensors Set to Transform Telecare Heart Monitoring

Femtosecond Laser Is Cut Above Conventional Systems for Precision Medtech Machining

July 2010 E-Newsletter
Flex Electronics Get Closer to the Tissue

Medical Imaging Software Kit Accelerates Product Development

Proximally Reinforced Tubing Promises Happy Endings for Catheter Manufacturers

June 2010 E-Newsletter
Coloured Implantable UHMWPE Material Joins Family of Strongest Medical-Grade Fibres

New Software Platform May Lead to Breakthroughs in MRI Design

Movable Microchannels Could Revolutionize Microfluidics

May 2010 E-Newsletter
Off-the-Shelf Stent-Securement Tester Produces Repeatable Results

Composite Metal Foam Material Could Be Tomorrow’s Knee Cap

Tiny Video Camera May Lead to Novel Low-Cost Medical Disposables

April 2010 E-Newsletter
Flexible Electronics Could Lead to New Generation of Implantable Medical Devices

Flexible and stretchable electronics can map waves of electrical activity in the heart with better resolution and speed than that of conventional cardiac monitoring technology.

Fraunhofer Develops Bone-Hard Biomaterial

Integrated AFEs for Patient Monitoring Systems Slash Power Consumption

March Newsletter
Ultrasonic Catheter-Cutting Technology Is a Cut Above

Engineered Polyolefin Mimics Flexible PVC without the Risks

Ultrasonic technology offers improved coating functionality

February 2010 E-Newsletter
Ultrasonic Technology Offers Improved Device Coating Functionality

New Sensor Could Help Treat Diabetes and Other Diseases

January 2010 E-Newsletter
Stronger Implants Layer by Layer

Magnesium Implant Biodegrades without Releasing Hydrogen

December 2009 E-Newsletter
Filler Enhances Safety, Comfort of Radiopaque Catheters

Benchtop Laser Wire Stripper Prevents Damage to Critical Electronics

November 2009 E-Newsletter
Cryogenic Process Puts a Freeze on PEEK Implant Burrs

Injection Molder Enhances Hospital Bed Handles for Restraint-Free Environment

FDA-issued guidelines for hospital bed safety spur a manufacturer to redesign and optimize its product

Electrically Conductive Diamond Shows Promise for In Vivo MEMS Devices

October 2009 E-Newsletter
Charge-Neutral Compound Optimizes Dosage for Asthma Inhaler

Use of an antistatic polymer prevented static buildup from compromising patient care in a valve holding chamber

Breathing Life into Differential-Pressure Sensor Technology

Fall 2009
Cooling System for Electronic Devices Provides One-Two Punch

Researchers Spin Sweet Results for Damaged Nerves

July/August 2009 E-Newsletter
Thin-Walled Urethane Tubing Meets Surgeons’ Needs

Researchers Create Biocompatible Material with Chitosan and Polyester

June 2009 E-Newsletter
Wireless Sensor System Features Battery-Free Operation

World’s Longest Balloon Shortens Surgery Time

Resistors Keep Their Cool

May 2009 E-Newsletter
Servo-Controlled Welder Goes Head-to-Head with Pneumatic System

Yeast Rises to Meet Power Needs for Implants

April 2009 E-Newsletter
Computational Model Predicts Performance of Drug-Eluting Stents

Cornstarch Migrates to Medical Applications

Flame-Spray Unit Applies PEEK Coatings

March 2009 E-Newsletter
Using Surface Engineering to Control Biofilms

Crab-Shaped Device Has Firm Grip on Cells

Devices Maintain Sterility with Plasma Technology

February 2009 E-Newsletter
Bioresorbable Polymers Perform Localized Drug Delivery

Ultrasonic System Performs Nondestructive Nitinol Measurements

Antimicrobial Film Brings Durability to Control Panels

January 2009 E-Newsletter
Prosthetic Vein Valve Designed to Improve Blood Flow

Diode Integrates PET-MRI Scanning

Chips Enable Noise, Power Customization

November 2008 E-Newsletter
Swallowed Capsule Sticks to the Gut

Biodegradable Polymers Deliver Critical Drugs

Spacer Block Aligns Joints

High-Voltage Transmitter Improves Ultrasound Images

October 2008 E-Newsletter
Phthalate-Free TPU Meets Demanding Medical Applications

Bridging the Interoperability Divide

Ceramic Dental Drills Are Based on Three-Lip Geometry

September 2008 E-Newsletter
Magnetic Sensor Fits Inside 19-Gauge Biopsy Needle

Researchers Use Viruses to Build Microbattery Components

TI Introduces Development Kit for Medical Applications

Fall 2008
Chips Enhance Ultrasound Image, Reduce Power Consumption

Small Modem Saves Space in Home Monitoring Devices

Metal Material Enables Processing on Standard Molding Machinery

MicroLEDs Improve Miniature Lighting Applications

March/April 2008 E-Newsletter
Company Debuts World’s Smallest Color SVGA Display

Spool-to-Spool System Offers Continuous Guidewire Grinding

RFID Implant Tracks Reflux with Accuracy and Comfort

Mesh and Stent Combo Delivers­ Microcapsules

A Small Sample Reveals Bones’ Molecular Secrets

January/February 2008 E-Newsletter
Color-Changing Adhesives Make UV Curing More Accurate

Thermoelectric Generator Can Convert Waste Heat into Energy

Check Valve Combines Antisiphon Feature with Low Opening Pressure

Extrusion System Produces Medical-Grade Tubing as Thin as 0.002 In. Diam

Interconnects Enhance Flexibility of Monitoring Systems

November/December 2007 E-Newsletter
Automating Stent Production, One Step at a Time

Dual-action Switches Increase Function, Reduce Size of Medical Devices

Hybrid Sterile Packaging Facilitates Access to OR Devices

Plasma Coating Process Produces Multifunctional Medical-Grade Textiles

Zarlink Simplifies Design of Medical Telemetry Systems

DSM Biomedical Extends Orthopaedic Material Portfolio

Fall 2007
For Display Applications, the Future is Flexible

Sensors Can Be Plugged Directly Into USB Port

Labor Monitor Makes Delivery Less Risky

Sparks Fly with Nanogenerators

Brain Map Could Predict Trauma Recovery

Summer 2007
Noncontact System Accurately Gauges Thickness of Medical Tubing and Balloons

Hydrogel Shows Promise for Medical Device Applications

Processing Technology Offers Flexibility to Hearing Aid Manufacturers

Low-Input-Voltage Convertor Enables 'Green' Portable Devices

Robots Have a Hand in Helping Stroke Patients

Spring 2007
Wireless Technology Sparks New Approach to Powering Implantable Devices

Thin-Film Coating Produces Spectrally Selective Optics Material

New Composites Combine Best of Metallic and Thermoplastic Materials

Modular Implantable Batteries Developed

Modem Packs Phone Jack and Data, Voice, and Fax Features into Tiny Box

Read-Write RFID Tag Withstands Gamma Sterilization Process

Nano-Sized Coaxial Cable Transmits Visible Light

January/February 2007 E-Newsletter
Biocompatible Material Has Properties of Both Metals and Polymers

Supplier of Laser-Sintering Systems Introduces Stainless Steel Material

CO2 Bath Gives Silicone Rubber a Thorough Wash

Seismic Technology Used to Detect Early Warning Signs of Stress Fractures in Bones

Nonmagnetic Inductors Introduced for Medical Diagnostic Equipment

Thermal shrinking systems provide uniform heat application during catheter processing

Fall 2006
Stereomicroscope Couples Clear Imaging with Comfortable Use

Elastomer Formulation Introduced for Needle Shields, Tip Caps

Laser Ablates Sans Melt-Phase

Nanoscale Diamond Coatings Add Strength to Medical Devices

Low-Heat UV-Sterilizer Features Rapid Performance

July/August 2006
Remote-Controlled Drug-Delivery Cubes

DNA Stitched to Devices

Heat-Shrinkable PEEK Tubing Introduced

Leak Detector Achieves Unprecedented Accuracy

Assembly System Offers New Method of Catheter Crimping

Balloon-Forming Machine Supports Radially Opening Molds

Temporary Masking Resins Protect Surfaces of Medical Products

Tiny Microscope Brings Brain Images into Focus

Magnetic Sensors Can Fit Inside 3 French Catheters

May/June 2006
Temporary Masking Resins Protect Surfaces of Medical Products

Time-Saving Optical System Optimizes Drug Research for Inhalers

Single-Conductive-Layer Technology Brightens Outlook for Touch Screen Sourcing

Lathe Integrates Microabrasive Blasting Technology

Jumpy Insects Make the Leap to Implantable Rubber

Ultrasonic Research Targets Cardiac Arrhythmia

Inspection System Accelerates Precision Manufacturing

Elastomer Manufacturer Stretches Its Imagination

Turnkey Laser System Enables Particulate-Free Welding

Plasma Pencil Could Erase Tumors, Plaque, Bacteria

Converter Introduces Cross-Hatch Gravure Coating

January/February 2006
Miniature Imager Can Be Embedded in Clinical Instruments

Industrial Lasers Take Micromachining to New Heights

Syringe Heater Are Designed for OEM Products

Tissue Analysis on the Cutting Edge

Nano-engineered Composites Improve Catheter Performance

Thickness-Measurement Technology Gains Foothold in Medical Manufacturing

Micropump May Spur Development of Next-Generation Devices

Miniature Spectrometers Enable Analyzer Size Reduction

Fall 2005
Nanocarriers Zoom in on Diseased Cells

Smart Connector Helps Put Squeeze on Deep Vein Thrombosis

Industrial Leak Detection Method Used in Blood Pumps

Summer 2005
Water-Jet-Guided Laser Cutting Improves Stent Fabrication

Dual Catheter-Tipping System Introduced

Single-Chip Wireless Platform Designed for Medical Technology Products

Additive Expands Scope of Laser Marking

Spring 2005
EDM Equipment Accommodates Micrometer-Size Wires

Micromachining Centre Integrates Multiple Processes

Nanotechnology Helps to Boost Properties of Medical-Grade Steel

Thin-Film Battery Sleeves Developed for Implantable Electronic Products

Winter 2005
Thermistor Achieves Rapid Response Times

Low-Cost Piezoelectric Motor Does Not Scrimp on Performance

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