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How to Define and Build a Risk Management Strategy for Quality and Compliance Management Systems

How can an organization ensure compliance and streamline the process while mitigating costs? The solution is Risk Management. Many organizations are beginning to use Risk to objectively and systematically streamline their compliance. This white paper uncovers the strategy behind risk in compliance, and the best practices in defining proactive and reactive factors of risk within each organization to reach the highest possible level of quality and compliance.

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The Benefits of 3D Printing for Medical Implant and Prostheses Development

3D printing is one of the world’s fastest growing technologies, and is already revolutionizing the many areas of medical manufacturing in ways similar to how computers revolutionized communication. Using the right input, medical files such as 2D imaging (MRI or CT scans) can be used to create customized anatomical models, medical devices, and prosthetics. Manufacturing parts in this way reduces time and cost by as much as 80-90%. In this white paper from Stratasys, find out how medical professionals are actively exploring the vast possibilities that 3D printing offers.

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Robust USP Class VI Silicone Alternative Reduces Time To Market For Medical Devices

Combining decades of field-proven life science experience, LEMO and Northwire’s collaborative white paper highlights the professional expertise and continual innovation necessary to design and manufacture end-to-end (E2E) connector and cable assembly solutions that meet the rapidly evolving demands of the medical market.

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Piezo Motors Power MRI Robot

Surgeons treating brain cancer face a conundrum: They can capture ultra-high-resolution images of the tumor using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) or they can use ultra-precise surgical tools to remove the tumor, but they can’t do both at the same time. At least they couldn’t prior to the creation of the innovative MRI robot from the Worchester Polytechnic Institute team.

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Engaging stakeholders in the home medical device market

The Growing Home Medical Device Market – How Could It Impact Med Tech Stakeholders? 90% of patients prefer digital technology tools (such as mobile apps) over medication, per an October 2013 survey by Digitas Health. And, Semico Research's Aging in Place: The Internet of Things for the Golden Years forecasts that the home medical device market will reach $30 billion in revenues by 2017. Gain expert insight into engaging stakeholders of the growing home medical device market - including implications for manufacturers, intended device uses, end users, safety and essential performance, transformation requirements, mobile apps + more.

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VINCENT Systems Prosthetics Give Patients A New Feel For Life

The human hand is a biomechanical marvel, but our hands are easy to take for granted because we depend on them all day long. People without all or part of their hands, however, know full well the value of what is missing as they struggle to perform even simple, everyday tasks.

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The Stealth E-Bike: Challenges in Developing the First Fully Integrated Drive System for E-Bikes

The idea of a bike with pedal assistance is very old, dating back to 1860, when pedal assistance was thought of as a steam machine that would give power to the back wheel of a bike. In 1895, the first direct-drive hub motor was developed, which, as a concept, still remains today. In 1897, the first idea for a mid-drive system was born, but wasn’t quite a finished idea. In 1898, the idea was developed of a direct-drive motor that is concentric with a shaft that powers a rotor atop the rear tire to make a friction drive. As decades went on, other concepts for e-bikes were developed, using drive systems only in the front wheel or the back wheel. FAZUA is launching the future of e-bikes in 2015 with what the company calls the mid-drive 2.0. It’s a mid-drive system with an integrated gear reduction that is smaller, lighter, and integrated in the bike so the e-bike actually still looks and feels like a bike – because it actually still is a bike.

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