May 21, 2013 | Vol. 10 No. 100
CDRH Friday released two guidances aimed at clarifying the center’s appeals process and bringing it in line with last summer’s FDA Safety & Innovation Act.
The Philippines has completed the transfer of regulatory authority for medical devices from the Food and Drug Administration to the Center for Device Regulations, Radiation Health and Research.
A simulator that teaches asthma patients how to properly use their inhalers showed notable success in a pilot study at the University of Pittsburgh.
The FDA has been interviewing doctors in order to investigate complaints about the da Vinci surgical robot.
Four mechanical engineering students at Rice University have invented shoes that can extract energy with every step.
Scientists at Ireland’s University of Limerick have created a new kind of metal that can more easily be seen by an x-ray.
Physicists proposed transferring power to medical devices wirelessly, eliminating the need for batteries.
A man has become a first by receiving a watch-size vagus nerve stimulation implant for relief of seizures.
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