Dedicated to design & manufacturing for medical device
26-28 September 2018 | Shanghai,China
2018.07.11 Could a Direct-to-Consumer Sensor Improve Adherence?
A sensor-based medication monitoring system that has demonstrated effectiveness in improving patient adherence has received clearance for direct-to-consumer sales.
2018.07.03 Electronics Integration into Disposable and Single-Use Medical Devices
A number of critical factors need to be considered in order to ensure a successful implementation.
2018.06.29 Low-Cost Plastic Sensors Could Monitor a Range of Health Conditions
Sensor can measure the amount of critical metabolites like lactate or glucose present in sweat, tears, saliva, or blood.
2018.06.06 Finding the Best Battery for Your Device
An industry expert explains the impact new battery technologies are having on emerging medtech applications, and how to match the right battery to your device.
2018.05.24 ‘Near-Zero-Power’ Temperature Sensor Could Make Wearables Less Power-Hungry
The sensor runs on only 113 picowatts of power.
2018.03.22 FDA Recalls Brain Surgery Device Due to Heating Problem
FDA alerted doctors to a problem with the Monteris Medical NeuroBlate probe in which the device may become unexpectedly heated during certain types of brain surgery.
2017.08.17 Designing a Device for Drug Delivery? What You Need to Know about Extractables, Leachables, and Particles
New expectations are evolving for particles and extractables and leachables.
2017.08.11 Could a Metal-Coating Process Help Both Manufacturers and Doctors?
Fusing metal braids at their cross-sections on catheters offers a number of potential benefits.
2017.05.26 Case Study: Choosing a Sensor That Gets the Job Done
A device engineer explains a few key factors to consider when choosing the ideal sensor for a medical device.
2017.01.26 Automation, Zero-Defects Philosophy Behind New Drug-Delivery Components Plant
Datwyler Sealing Solutions's Middletown, DE, facility will produce vial and syringe components when it opens next year.