Newsletter | January 14, 2020

01.14.20 -- First FDA-Approved Digitally-Integrated Inhaler

 
From The Editor
Teva Develops First FDA-Approved Digitally-Integrated Inhaler
 
By Ed Miseta, Chief Editor, Clinical Leader

-- Today, we hope you'll enjoy this guest posting from one of Med Device Online's sister sites -- Two challenges have plagued asthma sufferers and researchers for year. The first is patients not adhering to their maintenance medication. The other is patients not using proper inhaler technique. A new digitally-integrated inhaler from Teva hopes to eliminate both problems.

Industry Insights
Guidance For Lab Washer Cleaning In Life Sciences
White Paper | By Jeff Phillips, Alconox, Inc.

The principal concern for any scientist or technician working in the laboratory is that glassware, instruments, and equipment be free of interfering residues.

Tie Layer: A Breakthrough Solution To Catheter Failure
Article | By Matt Allen, Zeus

Product engineers at catheter manufacturing companies are aware of the problem of delamination—the separation of material layers within the catheter. The solution lay in the design of an additional material layer between the inner etched PTFE liner and the outer jacket material of the catheter.

Flexible Substrates For Smart Sensor Applications
White Paper | By Dr. Eckardt Bihler, Dr. Marc Hauer, and Birgit Neubauer, Micro Systems Technologies

Learn a novel approach that delivers miniaturized, hermetic, biostable, and highly reliable smart sensor modules.

From “Guess” To “Best”: How Infrared Cameras Are Increasing Accuracy And Insight In Product Testing
White Paper | FLIR Systems, Inc - Research & Science

This article explores how infrared (IR) cameras deliver a major data-gathering advantage over legacy approaches to temperature measurement, an advantage that can prevent costly product failures and safety hazards, providing an immediate and ongoing return on investment.

Maintaining Quality And Value While Moving Fast
Article | Xcentric Mold & Engineering

According to an old adage, in business we are fortunate if we can choose any two of speed, quality, or value. So how do companies enjoy all three, not just on the rare “good day,” but consistently over and over so that this becomes a core promise they can make to their customers?

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