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Conversation starters for the medtech community

Novel Sensor Technology Detects Airborne Biomarkers

By Bruce Gain -
University of Michigan researchers have developed a commercially viable wearable sensor that they say can detect diabetes, high blood pressure, anemia, and lung disease.
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How to Protect Medical Devices Against Malware

By Thomas Klein -
Data networking technology in medical devices and hospitals can improve the quality of care, but it bears security risks.
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MEDTEC Ireland Exhibition Highlights Innovations

By Thomas Klein -
From materials and laser systems to contact manufacturing, visitors at MEDTEC Ireland can explore a variety of new products and innovations.
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MEDTEC Ireland Exhibition Highlights Innovations

By Thomas Klein -
From materials and laser systems to contact manufacturing, visitors at MEDTEC Ireland can explore a variety of new products and innovations.
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MEDTEC Ireland Exhibition Highlights Innovations

By Thomas Klein -
From materials and laser systems to contact manufacturing, visitors at MEDTEC Ireland can explore a variety of new products and innovations.
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MEDTEC Ireland Exhibition Highlights Innovations

By Thomas Klein -
From materials and laser systems to contact manufacturing, visitors at MEDTEC Ireland can explore a variety of new products and innovations.
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MEDTEC Ireland Exhibition Highlights Innovations

By Thomas Klein -
From materials and laser systems to contact manufacturing, visitors at MEDTEC Ireland can explore a variety of new products and innovations.
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6 MEDTEC Ireland Highlights You Shouldn’t Miss

By Thomas Klein -
In October, European medtech companies will convene in the medtech hub of Galway, Ireland, to discuss the latest developments in the industry. Here are some highlights you shouldn’t miss.
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Medtech Start-Ups: “Artificial Body” Preserves Donor Organs

By Thomas Klein -
The British start-up OrganOx has developed a device that preserves donor organs at normal body temperature.
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Wearable Devices: From Fitness Fad to Clinically Relevant Technology

By Ruben De Francisco Martin and Jan Provoost -
Consumer-oriented wearable devices are inspiring the development of wearables with clinical application. But they need to improve several key areas to make them viable options for remote patient monitoring.
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