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What Device Makers Must Do to Make Wearables Work

By Bruce Gain -
Medical device wearables are in the early stages of commercialization, but analysts and investors are very optimistic about their potential in the marketplace.
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US Cyberonics and Italy's Sorin Merge, Relocate to London

By Thomas Klein -
The Italian manufacturer of cardiac surgery and neuromodulation devices Sorin and the Texas-based Cyberonics announced today that they would merge in an all-stock deal.
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US Cyberonics and Italy's Sorin Merge, Relocate to London

By Thomas Klein -
The Italian manufacturer of cardiac surgery and neuromodulation devices Sorin and the Texas-based Cyberonics announced today that they would merge in an all-stock deal.
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Why X-ray Screening Might Never Be the Same Again

By Wolfgang Walk -
A revolutionary concept for X-ray screening researched by Siemens might radically enhance its scope of application.
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Why X-ray Screening Might Never Be the Same Again

By Wolfgang Walk -
A revolutionary concept for X-ray screening researched by Siemens might radically enhance its scope of application.
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Why X-ray Screening Might Never Be the Same Again

By Wolfgang Walk -
A revolutionary concept for X-ray screening researched by Siemens might radically enhance its scope of application.
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Why X-ray Screening Might Never Be the Same Again

By Wolfgang Walk -
A revolutionary concept for X-ray screening researched by Siemens might radically enhance its scope of application.
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Why X-ray Screening Might Never Be the Same Again

By Wolfgang Walk -
A revolutionary concept for X-ray screening researched by Siemens might radically enhance its scope of application.
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Plastics and Polymeric Materials for the Next Generation Joint Replacement Implants

By Anne Roques, Andy Taylor -
The patient profile for joint replacements is changing. The implants need to be designed for more active patients and have to last longer. New materials can help to meet these demands.
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Plastics and Polymeric Materials for the Next Generation Joint Replacement Implants

By Anne Roques, Andy Taylor -
The patient profile for joint replacements is changing. The implants need to be designed for more active patients and have to last longer. New materials can help to meet these demands.
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