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How to Prepare for the Virtualization of the Medical Device Industry

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How to Prepare for the Virtualization of the Medical Device Industry

With 2020 and the global COVID-19 pandemic, an online revolution was born. As in-person became a term only used to describe the past, the online landscape and virtual environment flourished as many adjusted to these methods. Medical device companies, among everything else, were faced with the challenge of migrating online. Those tasked to sell these

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3 Mistakes Medical Device Companies Make and How to Overcome Them

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3 Mistakes Medical Device Companies Make and How to Overcome Them

Within the medical device industry, companies are constantly innovating and the market is always moving. Tracking the movement along with the competitive landscape can be challenging. As a result, many companies are making the same mistakes due to the lack of awareness, information, and ability. Because of this, we decided to provide some solutions to

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Top Dental Implant Companies in the United States

Top Dental Implant Companies in the United States

  Overview Many dental implant companies in the United States are looking to increase their share of the growing market. In fact, there are over 35 competitors vying for a position in this $1.1 billion+ U.S. market. We have also considered the impact of COVID-19 on the U.S. Dental Implant and Final Abutment market to

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Continuing Endoscopy Procedures in the Context of COVID-19

Continuing Endoscopy Procedures in the Context of COVID-19

Endoscopies can present a risk of spreading viral infections, if thorough protective measures are not taken. Bronchoscopes appear to carry the most significant risk. However, most procedures pose some level of risk, including colonoscopies. As continuing endoscopic procedures is integral for supporting some patients’ well-being, it is important to consider strategies to move forward while

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FDA Stance on 3D Printing During COVID-19 Pandemic

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FDA Stance on 3D Printing During COVID-19 Pandemic

In an update Thursday, the FDA clarified its stance on 3D-printing medical devices, and accessories amid the COVID-19 pandemic. As American COVID-19 infection rates skyrocket and surpass the number of infections in China, the United States has begun to face medical supply shortages. Shortages include key products like ventilators and personal protective equipment (PPE). The

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DIY Face Shields to Help Doctors Fighting COVID-19

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DIY Face Shields to Help Doctors Fighting COVID-19

DIY Face Shields to Help Doctors Fighting COVID-19 As hospitals world wide face shortages of protective face masks, ventilators and other essential medical equipment, engineers, large companies and hobbyists have been working on alternative solutions to help protect doctors and patients. Lennon Rodgers, director of the Engineering Design Innovation Lab at the University of Wisconsin-Madison

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CMS Postponing Non-Essential Medical, Surgical, and Dental Procedures

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CMS Postponing Non-Essential Medical, Surgical, and Dental Procedures

CMS Postponing Non-Essential Medical, Surgical, and Dental ProceduresAt the White House Task Force Press Briefing last week, the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) announced that all non-essential medical, surgical and dental procedures would be postponed until further notice in order to shift priorities to treating those affected by the coronavirus outbreak. The decision

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Coronavirus and Ibuprofen: Is it safe to take?

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Coronavirus and Ibuprofen: Is it safe to take?

Coronavirus and Ibuprofen: Is it safe to take? Medical professionals no longer recommend using ibuprofen to manage coronavirus symptoms. The health minister of France, Olivier VĂ©ran has warned citizens to avoid taking ibuprofen to treat symptoms of the coronavirus after a report was published linking “grave adverse effects” to the use of anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs).

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How MedTech Companies are Responding to the Coronavirus

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How MedTech Companies are Responding to the Coronavirus

The most recent reports show the coronavirus, COVID-19, has spread to 83 countries and infected 96,000 people. The total number of fatalities linked to the virus is reported to be over 3,300*. Since the outbreak, demand for medical devices, respiratory protection products in particular such as face masks and ventilators, continues to rise. Here is

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Top Smith & Nephew Competitors in the United States

Register to receive a free synopsis and brochure. Browse the Report Library More than 160 years ago, Smith & Nephew began its operations in the UK. Today, it is a global medical technology company that is one of the leading competitors in the United States. The business operates in a range of categories, including: advanced

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