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Well packed – reaching the user safely

Dear Sir or Madam,

Whether small, large, light, heavy, fragile or bulky – every medical device needs suitable packaging to get from the manufacturer to the user without damage. There is a lot to consider: Which legal requirements must the packaging meet? How can sterility be guaranteed? Which materials are available and how do they possibly affect the product? In our current Special, everything revolves around packaging for medical technology.

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Elena Blume
Editorial team COMPAMED-tradefair.com

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Special: Packaging for medical technology
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Stretch-sensing glove captures interactive hand poses accurately

Electrical Engineering & Nanotechnology

Capturing interactive hand poses in real time and with realistic results is a well-examined problem in computing, particularly human-centered computing and motion capture technology.
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Electronic chip mimics the brain

Electrical Engineering & Nanotechnology

Researchers from RMIT University drew inspiration from an emerging tool in biotechnology - optogenetics - to develop a device that replicates the way the brain stores and loses information.
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Medical Packaging - from the idea to the finished product

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Medical technology products need a secure protective cover to withstand transport and storage well and sometimes sterile. Thermoformed packaging plays a major role here. How individual packaging is created and what customers can expect can be seen in the video.
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Health monitoring: soft wearable uses stretchable electronics

Materials & Production

A wireless, wearable monitor built with stretchable electronics could allow comfortable, long-term health monitoring of adults, babies and small children without concern for skin injury or allergic reactions caused by conventional adhesive sensors with conductive gels.
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Microtechnology: little robots to treat tumors

Innovations

Targeting medical treatment is a practice as old as medicine itself. But what is inside the body, is not so easy to reach. In such cases, a treatment like surgery might be called for. Researchers in Caltech's Division of Engineering and Applied Science are working on microrobots that can deliver drugs to specific spots inside the body while being monitored and controlled from outside the body.
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LED: Improving efficiency and brightness

Innovations

Advances in organic phosphorescent materials are opening new opportunities for organic light-emitting diodes for combined electronics and light applications, including solar cells, photodiodes, optical fibers and lasers.
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Packaging for medical technology

COMPAMED Special

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Packaging protects medical devices against a variety of environmental influences. How they are developed and what is important in an exact packaging, you will learn in the Special August 2019.
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The next industrial revolution will come from nature

Business

"The future of sustainable value creation systems" was the theme of a workshop on the Biological Transformation of the European manufacturing industry, hosted by the European Technology Platform ManuFUTURE and Fraunhofer in Brussels.
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Materials: A revolutionary new way for metals to be malleable

Materials Science

For nearly 100 years, scientists thought they understood everything there was to know about how metals bend. Materials science and engineering researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have demonstrated that the rules of metal-bending are not so hard and fast after all.
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FRESH 3D printing rebuilds functional components of human heart

Materials Science

A team of researchers from Carnegie Mellon University has published a paper in Science that details a new technique allowing anyone to 3D bioprint tissue scaffolds out of collagen, the major structural protein in the human body. This first-of-its-kind method brings the field of tissue engineering one step closer to being able to 3D print a full-sized, adult human heart.
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General Company News

Cybernet Releases 10 New Medical Monitors

CYBERNET MANUFACTURING INC.

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Irvine, CA 7/15/2019  – Cybernet Manufacturing is excited to announce the release of 10 new medical grade monitors that will improve patient safety and streamline workflows. The...
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Raumedic improves the sliding properties of thermoplastic products

RAUMEDIC AG

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Helmbrechts – With a new biocompatible additive, Raumedic is working to further enhance the sliding properties of medical plastic components. The mechanical and chemical characteristics of the base...
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