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Brain ‘Pacemaker’ Might Help Slow Alzheimer’s

By Amy Norton HealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) — Stimulating the brain with an implantable device may be safe — and possibly helpful — for some people with Alzheimer’s disease, a small pilot study suggests. In what researchers described as a “proof… more

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The 10 largest medical device companies in the world

Mergers & acquisitions continue to change the medical device landscape, as reflected in Medical Design & Outsourcing’s new Big 100 list. We pulled financial regulatory filings and reached out to major companies in some cases to create a list of… more

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Slaves to the machine?

Digital technology is constantly evolving, enabling us to complete tasks ever faster and more efficiently. So why, asks Judy Wajcman, do we still feel as if we’re pressed for time? On Tuesday 30 June 2015, at a moment before 8pm Eastern… more

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Systemic innovation in sustainable design of medical devices

Abstract: The specific nature and the size of the healthcare sector make its impact on the environment very significant. Over the past years, interest in Sustainable Healthcare has grown globally, and an increasing number of companies is addressing a discipline,… more

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Triteq have been raising money again!!!

  The triteq employees have been raising money for New Life Special Care Babies a fantastic charity that raises money for local special care baby units increasing the chance of survival for many premature and seriously ill babies. The triteq employees… more

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Triteq are redecorating their new Lab

Triteq are investing in their new innovation lab in order to exceed client expectations and deliver project excellence. The team have stripped the room down and will be looking at many different styles and colour patterns in order to fully… more

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Brain ‘Pacemaker’ Might Help Slow Alzheimer’s

By Amy Norton HealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) — Stimulating the brain with an implantable device may be safe — and possibly helpful — for some people with Alzheimer’s disease, a small pilot study suggests. In what researchers described as a “proof… more

Global Spine Surgery Products Market Is Likely To Reach US$16.7 Bn By The End Of 2025 To Showcase A CAGR Of 5.8%

“Spine Surgery Products Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast, 2017 – 2025” to its huge collection of research reports. This report on the spine surgery product treatment market analyzes the current and future scenario of… more