Nano Engineering Bioink can simplify the printing of bio loaded 3D gel.

The latest news from Texas A & M University suggests that the well-documented story about 3D bioprinting structures may need to be corrected. These stories say that 3D bioprinting structures do a poor job of incorporating therapeutic proteins. But now it seems that these structures can easily load therapeutic proteins, isolate them for a long […]

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Medical records will be a key factor in Apple’s health strategy planning

As apple enters the healthcare market, building itself as a platform for consumers’ personal health records will become the core of the technology giant’s application, service and wearable device strategy, according to a new report from CB insights, a research firm. Apple aims to take advantage of the shortcomings of the third-party developer ecosystem of […]

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Imaging medical robot to promote Stryker

The company announced on Wednesday that Stryker plans to buy sister companies Mobius imaging and Cardan robotics for $370 million in upfront cash. On top of certain development and business milestones, another $130 million is available. Stryker will acquire Mobius’ air CT scanner, a mobile diagnostic imaging system. FDA first granted 510 (k) license to […]

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Hill ROM Announces Acquisition of wearable medical ventilator manufacturer

Chief financial officer Barbara bodem told investors in the third quarter earnings conference call that investment in 2019 will mainly focus on the Chinese market, digital products and mergers and acquisitions. Hill ROM has made some acquisitions and sales this year, similar to the size of the breathe deal. It acquired a mobile communications platform […]

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Gottlieb has successfully developed breakthrough medical equipment and is planning AI benchmark test

FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb detailed the agency’s actions to support the development of innovative medical devices. Gottlieb’s comments in this week’s blog post cover the FDA’s early experience of using “sprint” to remove obstacles to breakthrough device development, as well as plans to build a system to benchmark the performance of artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms. […]

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Teladoc and Cincinnati Children’s will work together on Telemedicine

Teladoc said on Thursday that it would work with the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center to develop a pediatric telemedicine platform that the group claims will be the first consumer. Key assets of the undeveloped platform will include pediatric specific workflow and clinical requirements, as well as user experiences designed specifically for young patients and […]

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