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24 April 2018
Industry News

'Lifelike’ 3D printed spine to help train spinal surgeons
A team of researchers are 3D printing replica human vertebrae which can act and feel like real bone tissue to help train spinal surgeons before they go into live operations.

Wireless environmental sensors in intensive care units pilot launched
CW+, the charity for Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, is working in partnership with Drayson Technologies to launch the first pilot of wireless environmental sensors in the intensive care units at, which will be installed at London’s prestigious Chelsea and Westminster Hospital.

Selenium Medical receives 2017 Growth Champion award
The Echos magazine and statistic firm Statista have awarded Selenium Medical the distinction of '2017 Growth Champion'.

Notes on a PIP scandal – scrutinising contract manufacturers
In the wake of changes in EU rules concerning the traceability of medical device products, contract manufacturers in the single market look likely to be placed under increased scrutiny by regulators in the coming years. Medical Device Developments investigates the events that led to the reform, and what it truly means for the industry, from injection moulding to prostheses.

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