中国国际医疗器械设计与制造技术展览会(Medtec China)2021

Dedicated to design & manufacturing for medical device

December 7-9 2022 | Suzhou lnternational Expo Centre B1-E1

R&D & Design

2022.09.22
Integrating Point of Care to Future Proof our Community Health System

Ensuring diagnostic equity—not just in hospitals, but also pharmacies, schools and more......



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2022.09.20
Chip-Free Electronic 'Skin' Acts as Wearable Sensing System
The gallium nitride-based thin-film technology provides its own power as well as wireless transmission of data......



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2022.09.16
Could a Biomaterial Hydrogel One Day Treat Spinal Cord Injuries?
Early research suggests an anisotropic gel treatment has the potential to regrow nerves......



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2022.09.08
On the Rise: Wearable Injector Systems
The drug-delivery industry is rapidly changing, with innovation often outpacing manufacturers’ ability to produce and release new products......



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2022.09.01
Ink coating could enable devices powered by heat
Researchers at KTH report that they are closing in on a way to replace batteries for wearables and low-power applications in the internet of things (IoT)......



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2022.08.24
New implant design prevents scar tissue without drugs, MIT says
Mechanically inflating and deflating an implantable device for 10 minutes a day prevents immune cells from building the scar tissue that has been a major obstacle for artificial pancreas researchers......



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2022.08.18
New Device May Boost Artificial Pancreas Efforts
MIT researchers built mechanical actuation into a soft robotic device, a design that could be a game changer for artificial pancreas systems......



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2022.08.09
Smart Necklace Can Track Blood Sugar Through Sweat
A sensor fashioned into jewelry can potentially be used as a non-invasive way to measure glucose and other vital signs......



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2022.07.29
Brain-Computer Interface Tech Hits a Huge Milestone
Move over, Elon Musk. Synchron, a rival to Neuralink, has achieved a major milestone for the brain-computer interface (BCI) field with the first-in-human U.S. implant using an endovascular brain-computer interface approach, which does not require invasive open-brain surgery......
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2022.07.22
Cooling and Melting the Pain Away
The researchers anticipate the device will have the most value for patients who undergo routine surgeries or even amputations that usually require medications.......



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