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  • MPO

    MPO's Most-Read Stories This Week—Feb. 24

    A listing of the most popular items from the past seven days.
    Michael Barbella, Managing Editor 02.24.24

  • MPO

    MPO's Most-Read Stories This Week—Feb. 17

    A listing of the most popular items from the past seven days.
    Michael Barbella, Managing Editor 02.17.24

  • Surgical
    AngioDynamics Sells PICC, Midline Portfolios to Spectrum Vascular for $45M

    AngioDynamics Sells PICC, Midline Portfolios to Spectrum Vascular for $45M

    The transaction consists of AngioDynamics’ PICC, Midline, and tip location products.
    Sam Brusco, Associate Editor 02.16.24


  • Digital Health | Surgical
    ECRI

    ECRI's Top 10 Health Technology Hazards for 2024

    10 Health technologies safety risks, including weak AI governance, damaged infusion pumps, and defective orthopedic implants.
    Slideshows Rachel Klemovitch, Assistant Editor 02.13.24

  • Trelleborg Acquires Baron Group Liquid Silicone Rubber Company

    Trelleborg Acquires Baron Group Liquid Silicone Rubber Company

    The acquisition of the Australian-Chinese company creates a global partner for medical technology products.
    Rachel Klemovitch, Assistant Editor 02.13.24

  • Chronic Disease

    Innovation in Diabetes Treatment Technology—A Medtech Makers Q&A

    The quest for new capabilities and better clinical outcomes will continue to drive advancement within this device sector.

  • MPO

    MPO's Most-Read Stories This Week—Feb. 10

    A listing of the most popular items from the past seven days.
    Michael Barbella, Managing Editor 02.10.24


  • Packaging & Sterilization | Testing
    Charter Signing Aligns Packaging, Sterilization, Laboratory Capabilities

    Charter Signing Aligns Packaging, Sterilization, Laboratory Capabilities

    The West Coast Device Alliance aims to unite independent companies that provide capabilities to medical device manufactures for more efficient service.
    Videos Sean Fenske, Editor-in-Chief

  • 3D/Additive Manufacturing
    The Painfully Slow World of Prototyping Before 3D Printing—#ThrowbackThursday

    The Painfully Slow World of Prototyping Before 3D Printing—#ThrowbackThursday

    It’s no wonder product development took significantly longer before additive manufacturing capabilities became commonplace.
    Online Exclusives Sean Fenske, Editor-in-Chief 02.08.24

  • MPO

    MPO's Most-Read Stories This Week—Feb. 3

    A listing of the most popular items from the past seven days.
    Michael Barbella, Managing Editor 02.03.24


  • Contract Manufacturing
    Pandemic Supply Chain Lessons Revisited: 20 Years Earlier—#ThrowbackThursday

    Pandemic Supply Chain Lessons Revisited: 20 Years Earlier—#ThrowbackThursday

    Revisiting past challenges can give insights on how to best address future disruptions before they take place.
    Online Exclusives Sean Fenske, Editor-in-Chief 02.01.24

  • MPO’s Top Read Articles in January

    MPO’s Top Read Articles in January

    Popular items include mergers, FDA nods, and recalls.
    Rachel Klemovitch, Assistant Editor 02.01.24

  • Packaging & Sterilization
    Medical Device Sterilization’s Next Generation

    Medical Device Sterilization’s Next Generation

    The FDA has become quite active in motivating the medtech industry to explore alternatives to EtO sterilization.
    Sean Fenske, Editor-in-Chief 01.31.24

  • R&D & Design
    Creative Consultation in Medtech Research & Development

    Creative Consultation in Medtech Research & Development

    Five industry experts weigh in on the market for third-party research and development services for medical device manufacturers.
    Sam Brusco, Associate Editor 01.31.24

  • Machining & Laser Processing
    Laser Focused on Machining for Medical Device Manufacturing

    Laser Focused on Machining for Medical Device Manufacturing

    Machining specialists use an array of technologies, including lasers, to achieve the complex components medical device manufacturers are seeking.
    Mark Crawford, Contributing Editor 01.31.24

  • Electronics
    Power Pairings Drive Medical Device Electronic Manufacturing Services

    Power Pairings Drive Medical Device Electronic Manufacturing Services

    Advanced device connectivity and macro trends like hospital-to-home are driving innovation and partnerships between EMS providers and customers.
    Michael Barbella, Managing Editor 01.31.24

  • Materials
    Anatomy of a New Coating: The Development of a Sustainable, Compliant PTFE-Free Solution

    Anatomy of a New Coating: The Development of a Sustainable, Compliant PTFE-Free Solution

    The medical device industry has a way to go with testing and validation of newly developed coatings on legacy products.
    George Osterhout, Senior Advisor and past President, Surface Solutions Group 01.31.24

  • 3 Strategies to Help Overcome Medtech Talent Scarcity Challenges

    3 Strategies to Help Overcome Medtech Talent Scarcity Challenges

    Companies have options to acquire the people resources they need, provided they are strategic in their approach.
    Tania de Decker, Managing Director—Global Strategic Accounts, Randstad Enterprise Group 01.31.24

  • Software & IT
    Medical Device Vulnerability Scoring

    Medical Device Vulnerability Scoring

    The goal is to prioritize the mitigation of known vulnerabilities based on the vulnerability’s impact and exploitability.
    Christopher Gates, Director of Product Security, Velentium 01.31.24

  • Cardiovascular
    4 Medtech Giants Race for the Pulsed Field Ablation Market

    4 Medtech Giants Race for the Pulsed Field Ablation Market

    PFA applies more controlled high-intensity pulses over a very short time and represents the field’s next major advance.
    Sam Brusco, Associate Editor 01.31.24

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