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Lifestone launches new health tracking device
Lifestone has created a portable health tracking device designed to measure vital signs like body temperature, blood pressure (with a patented removable cuff), oximetry, ECG/EKG, respiration rate and heart rate.
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Care Innovations, Linde Healthcare to develop and expand remote patient management services
Care Innovations and Linde Healthcare announced the global expansion of their remote patient management (RPM) services through a new partnership.
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French firm Balt International acquires US-based Blockade Medical
By MDBR Staff Writer
France-based Balt International has acquired US-based medical device company Blockade Medical for an undisclosed sum.
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B. Braun to launch new class of kidney dialyzer
The renal therapies division of B. Braun Medical announced that it will launch xevonta, a next generation dialyzer for the US market, after recently receiving 510(k) clearance.
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ReVision Optics announces first US commercial cases of Raindrop near vision inlay
ReVision Optics, a leader in implantable presbyopia-correcting corneal inlay technology, announces the US commercial launch of the Raindrop near vision inlay.
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Apira Science’s iGrow wearable laser device gets approval in Brazil
Apira Science has received clearance to sell and distribute the iGrow hair growth system in Brazil, bringing the benefits of low-level light therapy (LLLT) to the homes of consumers in one of the largest beauty markets in the world.
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Masimo announces special worldwide program for total hemoglobin monitoring for areas affected by Zika Virus
Masimo announced that in response to the Zika virus and its potential impact on the availability of blood products, Masimo is creating a special program to dramatically reduce the cost of and increase access to Masimo’s continuous hemoglobin monitoring (SpHb®) solutions, shown to help clinicians reduce blood transfusions in both low and high blood loss surgery.
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SRS Medical enrolls first patients in FDA IDE study to extend indications for Spanner prostate stent
By MDBR Staff Writer
SRS Medical Systems has enrolled first patients in a US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) investigational device exemption (IDE) study to extend the indications for Spanner Temporary Prostatic Stent.
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Fisher & Paykel Healthcare introduces new nasal pillows mask
By MDBR Staff Writer
Fisher & Paykel Healthcare has expanded its F&P OSA mask product portfolio with the introduction of new F&P Brevida mask.
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Presbia Ireland acquires assets of Neoptics
Presbia, an ophthalmic device company and leader in near-vision restoration, announced that on August 2, 2016, its wholly-owned subsidiary, Presbia Ireland, Ltd, completed the purchase of the assets of Neoptics AG, including its intellectual property portfolio.
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Patricia to acquire Canadian medical technology firm Laborie
By MDBR Staff Writer
Patricia Industries has agreed to acquire Canadian medical technology firm Laborie from Audax Private Equity for an undisclosed sum.
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Spectral on track with regulatory pathway for novel septic shock treatment
Spectral Medical, a Phase III company developing the first treatment for patients with endotoxemic septic shock guided by a companion diagnostic, announced that it expects to release primary end point results for its pivotal EUPHRATES trial immediately after the end of the third quarter ended September 30, 2016.
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MIT biological engineers develop analog memory storage system
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Biological engineers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have developed a new analog memory storage system, which can record the duration or intensity of events in human cells.
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Masimo wins CE mark approval for RAS-45 respiration sensor
By MDBR Staff Writer
Medical technology firm Masimo has received CE mark approval for its RAS-45 single-use adult and pediatric acoustic respiration sensor for rainbow acoustic monitoring (RAM) of respiration rate (RRa).
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ResMed takes Fisher & Paykel to court over patents
ResMed announced that it has filed legal actions with the United States International Trade Commission, the United States District Court for the Southern District of California in San Diego (3:16-cv-02072-JAH-MDD), as well as courts in New Zealand and Germany, to stop the infringement of its patented technology by New Zealand-based medical device manufacturer Fisher & Paykel Healthcare.
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