November 30, 2012
Company also approves massive share buyback program.
The agency moves forward with obligations set forth by recent legislation, while some remain skeptical.
Healthpoint will bolster S&N's wound management business.
The system is designed to be a bridge to heart transplant.
A full acquisition is planned.
The company enters the finished device business.
Together the companies hope to create a robust AED business.
The device is intended to eliminate the need for bypass during heart surgery.
The company aims to expand selling and marketing capacity north of the U.S. border.
A GE company, Thomas Medical is Merit's second recent acquisition.
Company hopes to mitigate scrutiny into PCI procedures with Sync-Rxâ€™s technology.
Company highlights machine's extremely thin slicing capabilities.
Analysts wary of the high price paid for the Chinese company.
The system delivers localized drugs, particularly useful for chemotherapy treatment.
Though unexpected, departure is on good terms.
Money will fund commercialization and next-generation technology.
Technology is the result of 20 years of academic research.
Countries use innovative measures to promote their biotech/medical device sectors.
Futuristic medical products dazzle attendees at trade show.
New ACC wire builds on existing company technology.
Company moves forward with plan to be player in medical imaging market.
The appointments are part of a management realignment effort.
Winner chosen from nine mobile health applications.
The drug-eluting stent delivers paclitaxel to treatment sites.
Firms at Medica and Compamed tout preparedness on the non-DEHP front.
Medtech industry urges lawmakers to nix innovation-killing levy.
Company claims its system helps to "remove any doubt" from the decontamination process.
New copolyester from Eastman is used for Hopf's latest line of stopcocks and Y connectors.
As system technology evolves, possible applications become numerous and varied.
Technology combines special biosensor materials with advanced electronics.
New low cost POC analyzers make their debut at Medica.
Biopsy punch is designed to remove risk of cross contamination.
Company releases sensor that can detect heart rate, respiration through chair cushion.
Firm shows off its technology in real-time to assess the collective health of show-goers.
Latest iteration imports various features from earlier device.
Medical 3-D recorder, 3-D camera among innovation debuting at show.
New device launched during World COPD Day.
The firm's technology is used to protect high-speed rotary drive units in medtech.
Antimicrobial products are highlighted at this year's show.
With an increase in customer quality expectations, the company anticipates growth.
Organizers expect more than 4,500 exhibitors from 64 countries to attend event.
Company is broadening its reach in European markets.
Company is billing new device as iPad of microscopy.
The buy strengthens Steris' position in what is currently a fragmented market.
The location is expected to be fully operational by March.
Launch made during Compamed trade fair in Germany.
New name reflects move beyond simple healthcare adhesives.
A PR executive shares tips about how to harness the unique benefits of B-to-B trade shows.
Molded and thermo-formable, medical-grade foams among products featured.
Annual trade fairs in Germany attract global audience.
UL will fold Wiklund Research & Design into its life and health business.
The Sapien valve can now be inserted through the ribcage.
Helix gains footholds in key U.S. medtech clusters.
After three successful fiscal quarters, CEO hopes new addition will help maintain continued performance.
The result is the newly named Cretex Medical.
The new space is four times the size of the old location.
The facility provides services to European and North American customers.
India's currency has lost more than a quarter of its value since the summer of 2011.
The module can be used with most picture archiving and communication systems.
Omar Ishrak spoke to an audience at Cleveland Clinic's Medical Innovations Summit 2012.
Consultant provides a basic primer for new medical device establishment registrations.
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