Industry Updates
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Siemens Healthineers invested $300M in the Walpole, Mass. laboratory diagnostics manufacturing facility bringing up to 700 local, high-tech jobs to Massachusetts.

The partnership will capitalize on the coupling of MUSC’s clinical care, research and education expertise with Siemens Healthineers’ engineering innovations and workflow-improvement capabilities.

Results of a new behavioral study into what influences the decision to recall a defective product found that medical device firm managers may rely on their physician-customers to screen out detectable defects, in lieu of issuing a recall.

This certification is an international standard that outlines the requirements for a quality management system specific to the medical devices industry.

AOTI Inc. announced the opening of an expanded manufacturing facility in Galway, Ireland for the production of its patented Topical Wound Oxygen (TWO2) therapy devices.

AI will play a key role in enabling radiology departments to cope with the ever-increasing volume of diagnostic imaging procedures, despite the chronic shortage of radiologists in many countries.

Clarifi is the first and only commercialized diagnostic medical device to use SFDI, a patented technology based on structured light, that helps clinicians assess tissue function and compromised circulation by measuring oxygenation and hemoglobin levels in superficial tissue.

TempTraq is a small, non-invasive patch placed on the underarm skin of patients to continuously measure axillary body temperature for up to 72 hours.

Innovatus Imaging CEO Dennis Wulf has announced the creation of three Centers of Excellence that will drive the company’s ongoing development of new technology, products and synergistic services around its core competencies of ultrasound probe repair, specialty probe design and manufacturing, MRI coil, and digital/computed radiography.

MR Solutions’ sales of 3T to 9.4T preclinical, cryogen-free multi-modality, MRI imaging technology are gaining ground across the globe in the world’s research institutes.

Siemens-Healthineers-Industry-Updates

Siemens Healthineers invested $300M in the Walpole, Mass. laboratory diagnostics manufacturing facility bringing up to 700 local, high-tech jobs to Massachusetts.

The partnership will capitalize on the coupling of MUSC’s clinical care, research and education expertise with Siemens Healthineers’ engineering innovations and workflow-improvement capabilities.

Results of a new behavioral study into what influences the decision to recall a defective product found that medical device firm managers may rely on their physician-customers to screen out detectable defects, in lieu of issuing a recall.

This certification is an international standard that outlines the requirements for a quality management system specific to the medical devices industry.

AOTI Inc. announced the opening of an expanded manufacturing facility in Galway, Ireland for the production of its patented Topical Wound Oxygen (TWO2) therapy devices.

AI will play a key role in enabling radiology departments to cope with the ever-increasing volume of diagnostic imaging procedures, despite the chronic shortage of radiologists in many countries.

Clarifi is the first and only commercialized diagnostic medical device to use SFDI, a patented technology based on structured light, that helps clinicians assess tissue function and compromised circulation by measuring oxygenation and hemoglobin levels in superficial tissue.

TempTraq is a small, non-invasive patch placed on the underarm skin of patients to continuously measure axillary body temperature for up to 72 hours.

Innovatus Imaging CEO Dennis Wulf has announced the creation of three Centers of Excellence that will drive the company’s ongoing development of new technology, products and synergistic services around its core competencies of ultrasound probe repair, specialty probe design and manufacturing, MRI coil, and digital/computed radiography.

MR Solutions’ sales of 3T to 9.4T preclinical, cryogen-free multi-modality, MRI imaging technology are gaining ground across the globe in the world’s research institutes.