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  • MPO

    MPO's Most-Read Stories This Week—June 22

    A listing of the most popular items from the past seven days.
    Michael Barbella, Managing Editor 06.22.24

  • Packaging & Sterilization

    The Use of Hydrogen Peroxide for Device Sterilization—A Medtech Makers Q&A

    The questions swirling around medical device sterilization have raised interest in the identification and use of alternatives.

  • R&D & Design
    Addressing Patient Representation in R&D

    Addressing Patient Representation in R&D

    The medical device R&D process and clinical trials support better science and improve access to medtech innovation.
    Online Exclusives Kartik Sundareswaran, Divisional VP of Global Clinical and Regulatory Affairs, Abbott Heart Failure Division 06.18.24

  • Cardiovascular
    Boston Scientific to Acquire Silk Road Medical for $1.16B

    Boston Scientific to Acquire Silk Road Medical for $1.16B

    Silk Road Medical features a minimally invasive procedure called transcarotid artery revascularization (TCAR).
    Sam Brusco, Associate Editor 06.18.24


  • Revisiting Real-World Evidence—Mike on Medtech

    Revisiting Real-World Evidence—Mike on Medtech

    Mike Drues and Sean Fenske look at new FDA guidance around RWE and discuss how it can be used within regulatory submissions.
    Sean Fenske, Editor-in-Chief 06.18.24

  • MPO

    MPO's Most-Read Stories This Week—June 15

    A listing of the most popular items from the past seven days.
    Michael Barbella, Managing Editor 06.15.24

  • Cardiovascular
    Teleflex Has Class I Balloon Catheter Recall, 3 Deaths Reported

    Teleflex Has Class I Balloon Catheter Recall, 3 Deaths Reported

    A manufacturing error can cause the catheter’s balloon to become over-twisted.
    Sam Brusco, Associate Editor 06.14.24


  • J&J

    J&J's Megadyne Pulls Pediatric Electrodes After Patient Burn Recall

    Using the affected product can cause third-degree burns, scarring, and additional surgeries.
    Sam Brusco, Associate Editor 06.14.24

  • Cardiovascular

    Technology Trends for Structural Heart Solutions—A Medtech Makers Q&A

    Replacing heart valves has become a more successful medical procedure thanks to the devices used to perform it.

  • Medline Has Class I Recall of Sub-G Endotracheal Tubes

    Medline Has Class I Recall of Sub-G Endotracheal Tubes

    The recall was due to detachment or tearing of the inflation tube and other components from the main tube.
    Sam Brusco, Associate Editor 06.11.24

  • Surgical
    The Most Dangerous Devices to Hit the Market—Mike on Medtech

    The Most Dangerous Devices to Hit the Market—Mike on Medtech

    Mike Drues and Sean Fenske review medtech’s history of dangerous devices that have negatively impacted patients.
    Sean Fenske, Editor-in-Chief 06.11.24


  • MPO

    MPO's Most-Read Stories This Week—June 8

    A listing of the most popular items from the past seven days.
    Michael Barbella, Managing Editor 06.08.24

  • Surgical
    Asensus Surgical to Merge with KARL STORZ

    Asensus Surgical to Merge with KARL STORZ

    The deal creates a leading surgical robotics division within KARL STORZ.
    Sam Brusco, Associate Editor 06.07.24

  • Balancing Convenience and Risk: BYOD and Personal Wearables in Healthcare

    Balancing Convenience and Risk: BYOD and Personal Wearables in Healthcare

    Despite the convenience of personal fitness trackers, the standards of medical-grade equipment make them more reliable.
    Online Exclusives Jiang Li, CEO of Vivalink 06.06.24

  • Contract Manufacturing | Neurological

    Addressing the Challenges of Neurovascular Device Development—A Medtech Makers Q&A

    When selecting a partner to assist with the fabrication of a sophisticated device, it’s important to identify one suited to address your specific needs.

  • Is the Commercialization of Healthcare Over?

    Is the Commercialization of Healthcare Over?

    Healthcare isn't moving from the hospital and doctor’s office to the MinuteClinics—it's moving into the home.
    Sean Fenske, Editor-in-Chief 06.04.24

  • Chronic Disease
    Special Delivery for Drug-Device Combination Products

    Special Delivery for Drug-Device Combination Products

    Material innovations and sophisticated manufacturers provide unique opportunities for custom drug delivery devices for pharma firms.
    Mark Crawford, Contributing Editor 06.04.24

  • Packaging & Sterilization
    Clean Conditions: A Roundtable on Medical Device Packaging & Sterilization

    Clean Conditions: A Roundtable on Medical Device Packaging & Sterilization

    Medtech customers increasingly are demanding more sustainable, recyclable options for sterilizing and packaging their products.
    Michael Barbella, Managing Editor 06.04.24

  • Molding
    Medical Molders Are Specialized Sculptors

    Medical Molders Are Specialized Sculptors

    A wide variety of plastic and rubber medical devices and components can be made with the tried and tested fabrication method of injection molding.
    Sam Brusco, Associate Editor 06.04.24

  • R&D & Design
    General Challenges of Medical Product Complexity

    General Challenges of Medical Product Complexity

    Most of the problems of the ill-fated 'Eagle Project' trace back to the beginning of the development project.
    Russell M. Singleton, Ph.D., Russ Singleton Consulting LLC; Aaron Joseph, Sunstone Pilot Inc. 06.04.24

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