3M and Porton probably didn’t exchange Christmas cards this year, and now a US judge has effectively ended the legal case in 3M’s favour that probably won’t change.
It’s a bit of a journalistic open goal when BBC publishes on the fate of “cremated” prostheses at the same time as we’re wondering about the fate of the Costa Concordia. Sounds like they might both end up as wind turbines.
You know you want one! “Dictaphones” never saw such times with the introduction of system integration, barcode security and a host of other features.
Are 25% of European medics really using ipads in their professional lives? This report says so.
It’s a great story unless you’re the victim. We’ve known curry houses which induce “illness”, but this takes the cake.
DVT and flying are becoming bedfellows. This work by the American College of Chest Physicians dispels a few myths.
Medical Device “Bomb” detected at airport…. twice.
French company Withings has launched the ultimate 21st century “must have” device… if you really want to monitor your baby’s growth and share it with the world.
Scientists are developing ‘smart underwear’ that can vibrate or send a text message to warn wearers if their incontinence protection is leaking.
CNN(London) reports that health experts are warning parents against holding “swine flu parties” in the hope of infecting their children with the H1N1 virus.
Who would be sufficiently iconic figures in the world of medical devices to be the industry’s nominations to be carved on its very own Mount Rushmore.
UK’s National Institute for Clinical Excellence(NICE) states in a new article that charities are urging people who may be at risk of developing COPD should visit their doctor and have a spirometry test in order to get an early diagnosis of the condition.
Infections, even blindness, may result from nonprescription contact lenses, FDA warns
The UK Government is investing up to £15m to develop specialist prosthetic and rehabilitation centres for military veterans who have lost a limb in service.
Mr Prideaux, 50, can call and text his loved ones without moving the mobile, which is embedded into his fibreglass and laminate limb.
Stolen Sleep Study Kit “probably mistaken for Laptop”