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Cloud-based software company Veeva Systems is optimistic the new EU Medical Device Regulation will encourage innovation over time. Veeva executives Seth Goldenberg and Annemien Pullen sat down with Medtech Insight to share their perspectives on how EU MDR could impact the sector.
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Parliamentary debate next week on the post-Brexit regulatory adjustments ahead for the UK medical devices industry will coincide with the opening of post-Brexit EU trade talks by the UK government. After a period of nervous calm, Brexit will be back with a bang.
Israel-based Binah.ai hopes to earn regulatory approval for a video-based monitoring app that can detect vital signs in minutes. See what Binah.ai's co-founder and CEO, David Maman, said about the technology here.
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Israel-based start-up Binah.ai plans to file for US FDA approval of its video-based monitoring app that can detect vital signs in seconds with a simple scan of a person's cheeks.
Barcode Diagnostics is developing a nanotechnology for personalized cancer drug screening. The start-up’s aim is to provide physicians with a tool that matches patients with the most effective medicine, during the different stages of disease.
Ophthalmic start-up CorNeat Vision is entering a multi-center clinical trial for its artificial cornea device CorNeat KPro. The implant uses advanced cell technology to biomimic the cellular structure of the eye and integrate with tissue. Medtech Insight met with CorNeat's CEO, Almog Aley-raz and CMO, Gilad Litvin at the OurCrowd Global Investor in Jerusalem, February 13, to hear more.
Less-invasive technologies to treat benign prostatic hyperplasia are fast becoming viable alternatives to medication and surgery. Here's what one researcher in the area, Steven Raman, had to say about the new options.
At the OurCrowd Global Investor Summit in Jerusalem, Israel, on 13 February, Medtech Insight met wound care device company Nanomedic to find out more about its unique electro-spinning technology.
At the OurCrowd Global Investor Summit, in Jerusalem, Israel, on 13 February, Medtech Insight met with start-up Sweetch, which has developed a personalized digital health coach for wellness and disease management.
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