Dedicated to design & manufacturing for medical device
26-28 September 2018 | Shanghai,China
2018.06.13 Blurred Lines-The Convergence of Med Device and Pharma in 2017
The convergence of medical devices and pharmaceuticals presents advantages and growing pains for medical product manufacturers.
2018.06.01 Top Tips For R&D Managers Looking To Crack The Lateral Flow Market
Industry expert shows how to navigate the Lateral Flow market.
2018.05.10 Medtronic Is Taking Spinal Implants to the Next Level with 3D Printing
Medtronic's new titanium 3D-printed platform enables more complex designs and integrated surface technologies for spine surgery implants.
2018.05.10 AI Becoming Prevalent in Identifying Stroke, Head Trauma
Qure.ai is the next company in line to develop an AI-based technology that can help spot trauma in a patient’s CT scan./span>
2018.04.12 Concussion Detection Still A Hot Market for Medtech
Jan Medical partners with U.S. Army to nab a concussion detection indication for BrainPulse technology.
2018.03.10 Create a Customer-Centric Marketing Strategy to Grow Your Medical Device Business
Medical device companies should follow these four steps to ensure they're keeping customers at the heart of their business strategy.
2018.02.28 Medical 3-D Printing Making Rapid Strides in Asia
With the 3-D printing market for medical devices alone expected to grow to $2.47 billion by 2023 (a CAGR of 18.3%), the Asian region is already seeing a strong rise in investment in medical applications for the technology.
2018.02.09 Why Thailand is an Untapped Medtech Opportunity
Medical tourism, an aging population, and a growing middle-income class are driving rapid growth in Thailand's medical device market.
2018.02.08 Wearable Artificial Kidney Could be Game Changer
The Kidney Research Institute of the University of Washington is developing a wearable artificial kidney that could reach clinical trials by 2022.
2018.01.30 What Does Amazon's Healthcare Move Mean for Medtech?
Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway, and JPMorgan Chase caused quite the stir Tuesday with news of a new venture aimed at providing their U.S. employees with "simplified, high-quality, and transparent healthcare at a reasonable cost." But what does this actually mean for the medical device and diagnostic industry?