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  • Wytech Industries Appoints New President

    Specialty and precision wire manufacturer Wytech Industries (Rahway, NJ) announced today that it has named David Ohmann as President. Ohmann has almost 25 years of experience in international, orthopedic and advanced segments of surgical medical devices. Prior to joining Wytech, Ohmann held management positions in sales and marketing at Heraeus and MicroGroup (a TE ​​Connectivity company). Ohmann has a … […]

  • Spectrum Plastics acquires Laser Light Technologies

    The Spectrum Plastics Group has announced the acquisition of substantially all of Laser Light Technologies’ assets. Laser Light Technologies is an ISO 9001 and ISO 13485 certified organization based in Hermann, Missouri. Laser Light Technologies provides custom laser processing systems and services using excimer, femtosecond, picosecond and YAG laser technologies. “The addition of the talented team at Laser Light Technologies brings … […]

  • Dymax announces contract with coating company

    Dymax and nano-coating manufacturer HZO today announced a strategic partnership. The deal will add 3,000 coating formulations to HZO’s portfolio, facilitate joint product development, and leverage Dymax’s global sales channel to expand market reach. Dymax (Torrington, Conn.) Manufactures fast light-curing adhesives, protective coatings, potting compounds and supplementary dispensing and curing devices for medical technology and … […]

  • Qosina publishes the catalog 2022

    Qosina announced today that it has released the latest edition of its product catalog in both print and digital formats. The 2022 product catalog features thousands of single-use medical and pharmaceutical components mapped to a full-size 1-centimeter grid to help designers visualize their next-generation medical device, according to the Ronkonkoma, New York-based company . Qosina … […]

  • Medline completes a $ 1.5 billion spending plan

    Medline Industries announced this week that it has completed a three-year investment campaign worth $ 1.5 billion. The Northfield, Illinois-based company, which is reportedly up for sale, has invested the money in new distribution centers, manufacturing capabilities, and IT upgrades to improve the customer’s e-commerce experience. The initiative created a total of around 8,500 new jobs, eight … […]

  • Clippard is promoting a flow controller with high resolution and repeatability in a closed system

    Clippard recently announced the release of its Cordis flow controller, which uses a sensor with MEMS technology in front of a proportional valve. There is also an option for a DR-2 regulator to provide accurate and precise pressure control in a small package. Clippard said, “Unlike other mass flow controllers that require a 30 minute warm-up time, a big differential is … […]

  • FDA Approves DBS Targeting Software

    Surgical Information Sciences (SIS) recently received FDA approval for software designed to control deep brain stimulation (DBS) processes. The Plymouth, Minnesota-based company’s software uses deep learning models to identify brain structures such as the subthalamic nuclei (STN) and globus pallidus internus / externus (GPi / GPe) that are commonly used for DBS procedures. The SIS system offers a visualization of these structures for … […]

  • Cerapedics’ bone graft receives FDA breakthrough

    Orthopedic company Cerapedics announced that it has received FDA breakthrough device awards for its investigational P-15L bone graft for the treatment of degenerative disc disease (DDD). The company plans to enroll at least 270 DDD patients in the Aspire study, a prospective, single-blind, multicenter, randomized, non-inferior centralized IDE study to evaluate the safety and efficacy of P-15L … […]

  • The FDA revokes the decontamination of the Battelle mask EUA

    The FDA has revoked its approval for the Battelle Memorial Institute to decontaminate used N95 respirators for healthcare workers. In a letter dated April 30, 2021, the agency stated that it had revoked the EEA at Battelle’s request. The Columbus, Ohio-based research organization filed in April to withdraw the EEA for its Critical Care Decontamination System (CCDS). […]

  • The importance of the soft start of a valve for critical applications that require high precision

    When a valve is clocked, the quality of the control can be observed by measuring and graphing the flow rate leaving the valve and the input operating the valve, e.g. B. electric current (for solenoid controlled valves) or stages (for stepper motor controlled valves). This document explains the characteristics of a valve’s performance curve – specifically where the flow rate … […]

  • 5 IP tips for medical device entrepreneurs

    There are steps you can take, including steps that are easily overlooked, to help protect your intellectual property. Are you thinking of designing your own medical device or starting a business? In the recent DeviceTalks Weekly podcasts, two intellectual property law firm partners, Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP, shared some tips for medical device company executives … […]