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Wearable technology

Neil Oliver, technical marketing manager at professional battery manufacturer Accutronics, looks at the three trends dominating the current healthcare market. more

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Marie Crane, Dow Medical Solutions, examines how versatile LSRs can help medical device makers reduce time and cost for new product development. more

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An Edinburgh-based tech company has received £2 million in funding for the development for its wearable health monitoring device. more

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Two students have designed innovative medical devices thanks to sponsorship from ITL. more

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Christine Weber and Audrey Wipret, Dow Corning outline how silicone pressure sensitive adhesives are helping to meet the challenges of medical device adherence more

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The Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University will collaborate with ReWalk Robotics to develop wearable exosuits for patients with limited walking ability more

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Empatica has created the Embrace, a wearable wristband that monitors the stress signals of people with epilepsy to detect potentially deadly seizures and alert wearers and caregivers, so they can intervene more

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Amgen has invested £53.8m ($75m) in Unilife Corperation as part of a joint agreement to produce wearable injectors more

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Cambridge Design Partnership is exhibiting at Medical Device and Manufacturing West (MD&M West) on 9 – 11 February 2015 in Anaheim, California more

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MC10 has unveiled the BioStamp Research Connect System (BioStampRC), a wearable sensor that provides researchers with an end to end solution for gathering physiological data more

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Emerging technologies and materials that provide improvements for medical device manufacturer are crucial in medtech. These five things are the ones to look out for in the medical plastics sector of 2016 more

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Panacol’s UK distributer, Techsil, has introduced a jettable conductive adhesive, to the UK market, which can be used in wearables more

Technology

New device class addresses the void between injectors and traditional infusion according to Greystone Research Associates more

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The Fraunhofer Institute for Silicate Research is to present its wearable and flexible technology for medical devices at the IDTechEX event in Santa Clara more

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Philips has launched its BlueControl 2.0. This device is the second generation of Philips’ wearable medical device that uses UV-free blue LED light to control symptoms of mild to moderate cases of plaque psoriasis more

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New Axel’s ICare system consists of a group of wearable products that help to track and monitor more vulnerable patients more

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Graham Reynolds, West Pharmaceutical Services, looks at embracing the connected health movement and wearables in the management of chronic diseases more

Opinion

A wearable drug delivery device has been developed which can release drugs when the patch is stretched more

Devices

Cambridge Design Partnership has announced a wearable device designed to measure and monitor vital signs of trauma patients in emergency situations more

Devices

Battery manufacturer Accutronics is making available for download its latest whitepaper, which tackles the issues facing battery design, development and use in the medical and healthcare fields more

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