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FDA adds more than 120 new AI-enabled medical devices focused on radiology to list of approvals

Health Imaging

The FDA has cleared over 150 artificial intelligence- or machine learning-enabled medical devices since the beginning of August.

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FDA defines 'transparency' for AI medical devices


“Transparency is the degree to which appropriate information about a device – including its intended use, development, performance, and, when available, logic – is clearly communicated to stakeholders,” the group wrote.

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AI-Powered Medical Device Helps Radiologists Detect Lung Nodules in Chest X-Rays

MedImaging Radiography

An AI-powered medical device employs sophisticated computer vision technology to identify lung nodules and masses in chest X-rays, aiding clinicians in early lung cancer detection.

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Intellectt, Inc. Acquires U.S. Electronics, Inc. to Bolster Medical Device Manufacturing and Staffing Expertise

Imaging Technology

USEI), a reputable medical device manufacturing company with over 25 years of experience announced it has been acquired by Intellectt, Inc., Founded in 1994, USEI is an ISO 13485-certified medical device manufacturing company specializing in medical monitors and accessories. Electronics, Inc. Intellectt, Inc.

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Growth Areas in Medical Devices and Hiring For Those Roles

MRI Network

The need for more remotely accessible services like telemedicine and a range of advanced medical devices is accelerating growth across the industry. Recent reports highlight that the MedTech (medical technology) industry is set to grow to a value of $595 billion in 2024.

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Why Cybersecurity is Non-Negotiable for Medical Devices in 2023

Open Medscience

The post Why Cybersecurity is Non-Negotiable for Medical Devices in 2023 appeared first on Open Medscience. As the world becomes increasingly connected, cyber threats have become a critical concern for every industry, including healthcare.

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Abstract No. 387 Fabrication of a Radiopaque, Drug-Eluting Resorbable Polymer for Medical Device Development


Poly-p-dioxanone (PPDO) polymers have been used to manufacture a myriad of resorbable medical devices (e.g., sutures, plates, vascular clips, stents, and IVC filters). PPDO is inherently radiolucent and may induce a pathologic inflammatory reaction that can result in neointimal hyperplasia (NH). dipyridamole, DPA).