August was another busy month for the Medical Device Industry and 3D printing is continuing its evolution in the healthcare industry. Here is a quick look of what happened last month from 3D printing and robotic surgery to the transformation of biomedical research and healthcare.
Stormram 4 sounds like the latest video game from Xbox, instead it is a unique robot made from 3D printed plastic that may provide an unprecedented level of accuracy in doing breast cancer biopsies.
The Medical Device Industry is continuing to evolve, especially in the area of 3D printed technology. The global medical device market is set for growth and 3D printed medical models are now being used to help surgeons better plan and execute surgeries. In case you missed it, here is a quick recap of what happened in 3D printing and the medical device industry in July.
FDA exempts more than 1000 devices from 510(k) premarket submissions.
A lot happened in June; from the progression of joint cooperation between India and Japan for the development of an international regulatory ecosystem to a wide range of updates in the 3D printing world. Here’s a quick recap of some of the top stories in the 3D printing and MedTech Industry.
FDA committed to fostering innovation in additive manufacturing.
SmartTech Publishing released a new study of additive manufacturing in orthopedics in May 2017. The market research company says their paper “Additive Orthopedics: Markets for 3D Printed Medical Implants 2017,” is an in-depth look and analysis of the opportunities specific to the use of additive manufacturing or 3D printing technology for medical applications.
Brief roundup of medical grade 3D printing materials
As usual, time is continuing to fly by and as time soars right by us so can the news! May has come and gone in the blink of an eye and has given us great updates in International Regulations and 3D printing news. Here is a quick recap of what you missed in the Medical Device Industry in the busy month of May.
The month of April was another busy one, especially in the Medical Device industry! April was jam packed with news about the latest outlook of the medical design and manufacturing fields, the advancements of 3D printing technology in surgical training, and the key risks in product development. So, in case you missed it, here are a few highlights of medical device news from April.
The month of March has come and gone in what seems like the blink of an eye! U.S. Senate bills on FDA inspections were filed, regulations were proposed for the medical device industry, and research was conducted on the effects of 3D printing on the pharma and medical device markets. So, in case you missed it, here is a quick recap of what you might have missed in the Medical Device Industry last month.
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