Dedicated to design & manufacturing for medical device
25-27 September 2019 | Shanghai,China
R&D & Design
2019.04.17 Is an R&D Race Driving the Surgical Robotics Market?
With increasing competition, the way to gain market share in this quickly growing market is with innovative technology.
2019.04.12 Bet Your Toilet Seat Can't Do This!
Researchers at Rochester Institute of Technology have created a toilet seat that detects congestive heart failure.
2019.04.11 An Orthopedic Surgeon Wasn’t Satisfied with Available Implants—So He Decided to 3D Print His Own
A cervical interbody spacer’s roughened porous surfaces and other unique features effectively engage bone and promote healing.
2019.04.09 Take Device Performance to the Next Level
An industry expert shares a few tips on how to be proactive when it comes to evaluating and improving product performance.
2019.04.04 Voice-Enabled Cellular Blood Pressure–Monitoring System Encourages Patients to Make Healthy Decisions
The Cuff to Cloud experience will instantly and effortlessly upload readings to the company’s database, which will then deliver a real-time and personalized message to its members.
2019.04.02 Getting the Most Out of Your Design Review
Following these 6 steps could help medtech designers deliver a well-executed design review.
2019.04.01 How Smart are Your Design Inputs?
A medical device expert shares tips for creating clear and objective design inputs.
2019.03.06 How Devices Could Tackle Migraine Pain
A recent survey revealed a significant knowledge gap between patients’ satisfaction and providers’ perceived patient satisfaction with commonly prescribed migraine treatments, as well as a lack of knowledge about non-drug migraine treatments.
2019.03.06 A Pill, That’s a Device, That Delivers a Drug!
Rani Therapeutics has conducted the first human study of a robotic capsule set to replace injections.
2019.01.30 The Best Design Tools for Engineers in 2019
Cabe AtwellDesign Hardware & SoftwareMaterials & Assembly, Automation & Motion Control, Electronics & Test, Design Hardware & SoftwareJanuary 25, 2019
Being an engineer is as demanding as it is exciting and rewarding. A widening skill gap for engineers of all types in the United States has ensured there are more projects than qualified people to build them.