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Smith & Nephew launches new wound therapy system in Europe Medical technology firm Smith & Nephew has introduced a new PICO 7 single use negative pressure wound therapy system (sNPWT) in Europe. Patient Care > Wound Care Management > News

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Patient Monitoring

Tilak gets CE mark for its first mobile medical game in ophthalmology
Tilak has secured CE mark approval for Odysight, its first mobile medical game dedicated to the monitoring of patients with chronic eye diseases.
Patient Care > Patient Monitoring > News
Royal Philips acquires UK’s Remote Diagnostic Technologies
By MDBR Staff Writer
Health technology firm Royal Philips has acquired UK-based medical devices maker, Remote Diagnostic Technologies (RDT), for an undisclosed sum.
Patient Care > Patient Monitoring > News

Surgical & Supplies

Medrobotics secures $25m funding commitment from WTI
By MDBR Staff Writer
Medical device firm Medrobotics has secured $25m venture debt investment commitment from venture capital company Western Technology Investment (WTI).
Patient Care > Surgical & Supplies > News
Corindus’ CorPath GRX robotic-assisted PCI system gets Japanese approval
By MDBR Staff Writer
The Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Agency (PMDA) in Japan has approved Corindus Vascular Robotics’ robotic-assisted percutaneous coronary interventions (PCI) system CorPath GRX.
Patient Care > Surgical & Supplies > News

Wound Care Management

Acelity agrees to buy UK wound care firm Crawford Healthcare
By PKBR Staff Writer
Wound care firm Acelity has agreed to acquire UK-based wound care and dermatology firm Crawford Healthcare for an undisclosed sum.
Patient Care > Wound Care Management > News
UK’s Edixomed develops new wound care system
UK biotech firm Edixomed has developed new wound care system, EDX110, which can heal diabetic foot ulcers dramatically faster and more effectively than current standard care
Patient Care > Wound Care Management > News