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ConvaTec launches new Aquacel Foam dressings By MDBR Staff Writer
Medical products and technologies company ConvaTec has launched its Aquacel Foam dressing in a range of new rectangular sizes, which can be used in a wider variety of anatomical wound care applications.
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Acelity introduces Nanova Therapy System in Europe By MDBR Staff Writer
Wound care and regenerative medicine firm Acelity has introduced Nanova Therapy System in Europe, which is a new absorbent dressing with improved negative pressure for slow-to-heal wounds.
Patient Care > Wound Care Management > News HemCon and OHSU receive NIH grant to develop new transurethral hemostatic device By MDBR Staff Writer
HemCon Medical Technologies, a wholly-owned independent subsidiary of TriStar Wellness Solutions, has received an additional $1.1m grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to develop a new chitosan endoluminal hemostatic dressing.
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HemCon and OHSU receive NIH grant to develop new transurethral hemostatic device
By MDBR Staff Writer
HemCon Medical Technologies, a wholly-owned independent subsidiary of TriStar Wellness Solutions, has received an additional $1.1m grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to develop a new chitosan endoluminal hemostatic dressing.
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BSN medical introduces new wound care solutions
By MDBR Staff Writer
Medical device manufacturer BSN medical has introduced six new wound care products, of which three products feature the firm’s dialkylcarbamoylchloride (DACC) technology.
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Helping Nepal – SHL to Match Staff Donations
In immediate response to the devastating earthquake that left Nepal in ruins on April 25th, SHL quickly reached out to World Vision to hold an internal donation event at its key manufacturing sites in Taiwan where a booth is being set up for staff to contribute in any amount possible. SHL employees at regional offices in Sweden, USA and China have also all joined in the company’s efforts through World Vision International or their respective channels.
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SHL to Speak and Exhibit at the Prefilled Syringe Seminar 2015 Tokyo
SHL will be attending and exhibiting at the upcoming Guide for Prefilled Syringe Seminar 2015 in Tokyo, Japan, where Executive Director of Business Development Thomas Schönknecht has been invited to speak on the topic of "Insight Into the Changing World of Auto Injectors: Trends, Partnerships and Key Learnings."
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SHL Group Introduces new Corporate Website
To enhance the user experience of our corporate website and to better support our group companies including SHL Medical, SHL Healthcare, SHL Technologies and SHL Pharma, SHL Group is proud to introduce our newest corporate website.
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Specialised Project & Technology Transfer- Laboratory Equipment & Automated Systems
| By SHL Group
A US-based company dedicated to developing intelligent inspection solutions and equipment for the biotechnology, pharmaceutical, and medical device industries wanted to partner with an established manufacturer, possessing design and engineering capabilities as well as appropriate in-house quality systems. With lab equipment that finds defects in medical syringes, vials, cartridges, test tubes, and other medical containers, it was vital for the manufacturing partner to have ISO13485 and ISO9001 quality systems in place.
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Design-To-Build – Laboratory Handling Equipment
| By SHL Group
A leading high-end laboratory handling and diagnostics equipment manufacturing company devoted to helping scientists meet challenges regularly faced in the lab, approached SHL Technologies with a request to develop benchtop laboratory tube array handling equipment. This equipment had to be available in a modular set-up and capable of pick-and-place sorting, weight measurement, and barcode reading.
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Complex Module Manufacturing – IC testing Devices
| By SHL Group
An established manufacturer of Integrated Circuit (IC) testing equipment from Germany was following a global sourcing initiative and needed to search for a suitable supplier in Asia that had experience in manufacturing and offered strong production capabilities. Sustaining high quality manufacturing in an environment with established quality systems was vital to the manufacturer and became one of the key determining factors when choosing the right supplier.
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Specialised Project & Technology Transfer – Precision Neurosurgical Equipment
| By SHL Group
An established manufacturer of Integrated Circuit (IC) testing equipment from Germany was following a global sourcing initiative and needed to search for a suitable supplier in Asia that had experience in manufacturing and offered strong production capabilities. Sustaining high quality manufacturing in an environment with established quality systems was vital to the manufacturer and became one of the key determining factors when choosing the right supplier.
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Supply Chain Management – Surface Mount Technology & Solar Cell Manufacturing
| By SHL Group
A leading provider of screen printing equipment located in the UK with an established presence in China was looking for a manufacturing partner that was capable of taking over their supply chain management while maintaining international quality standards. With markets largely located in Asia, the company hoped to find a partner within the region that not only possessed the key manufacturing capabilities required, but one that could also offer western style management to ensure that the technology transfer would go smoothly.
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