Category: Medical Devices

/R E P E A T — Webinar – Nanomaterials and EU MDR/ | News

How to handle the nanomaterials requirements of EU Medical Device Regulation.

OTTAWA, ON, Aug. 17, 2020 /PRNewswire/ – On August 26 2020, Claigan Environmental Inc. (www.claigan.com) will present a webinar on common practices to manage the nanomaterials requirements of the EU Medical Device Regulation (MDR).  Unbeknownst to most medical device manufacturers, their product normally contains ingredients that meet the definition of a nanomaterial. This webinar will focus on the definition of nanomaterials, the requirements under EU MDR, common nanomaterials in medical devices, and common practices for EU MDR compliance for nanomaterials in medical devices.  As nanomaterials become

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Global COVID-19 Enzyme Immuno Assay/Enzyme Linked Immunosorbent Assay (EIA/ELISA) Medical Device Pipeline Market Assessment 2020-2021 Featuring Over 120 Companies | News

DUBLIN, April 21, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The “COVID-19 Enzyme Immuno Assay/Enzyme Linked Immunosorbent Assay (EIA/ELISA) – Medical Devices Pipeline Assessment, 2020” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com‘s offering.

“COVID 19 Enzyme Immuno Assay/Enzyme Linked Immunosorbent Assay (EIA/ELISA) – Medical Devices Pipeline Assessment, 2020” provides comprehensive information about the COVID 19 Enzyme Immuno Assay/Enzyme Linked Immunosorbent Assay (EIA/ELISA) pipeline products with comparative analysis of the products at various stages of development and information about the clinical trials which are in progress.

COVID 19 EIA/ELISA are the most widely used assays having high sensitivity and specificity. They are used to

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Researchers develop new graphene-based sensor technology for wearable medical devices

Researchers at AMBER, the SFI Centre for Advanced Materials and BioEngineering Research, and from Trinity’s School of Physics, have developed next-generation, graphene-based sensing technology using their innovative G-Putty material.

The team’s printed sensors are 50 times more sensitive than the industry standard and outperform other comparable nano-enabled sensors in an important metric seen as a game-changer in the industry: flexibility.

Maximising sensitivity and flexibility without reducing performance makes the teams’ technology an ideal candidate for the emerging areas of wearable electronics and medical diagnostic devices.

The team – led by Professor Jonathan Coleman from Trinity’s School of Physics, one of

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Medical device business in Northampton County to expand, quadruple production | Business News

If you know of local business openings or closings, please notify us here.

. Semper Pie, 14 S. Reading Ave. in Boyertown, hosting grand opening with cheesecake and more on May 22. 

. St. Luke’s OB/GYN – Complete Women’s Care, 9 Dave’s Way, in Hamburg, will accept new patients starting May 6. 

. Rolling Hills Recreation mini golf course, 4565 Spring Hill Dr. in Schnecksville, will hold its grand opening May 1.

. The Red Rose Diner, Route 22 in Phillipsburg, has announced that it will close its doors May 2. 

. Pizza D’Oro restaurant on College Hill, Easton

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New graphite-based sensor technology for wearable medical devices

Researchers at AMBER, the SFI Centre for Advanced Materials and BioEngineering Research, and from Trinity’s School of Physics, have developed next-generation, graphene-based sensing technology using their innovative G-Putty material.

The team’s printed sensors are 50 times more sensitive than the industry standard and outperform other comparable nano-enabled sensors in an important metric seen as a game-changer in the industry: flexibility.

Maximising sensitivity and flexibility without reducing performance makes the teams’ technology an ideal candidate for the emerging areas of wearable electronics and medical diagnostic devices.

The team – led by Professor Jonathan Coleman from Trinity’s School of Physics, one of

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