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INFUSE Review Leads To Discussion And Some Discord At NASS

Thursday, January 23rd, 2014 | Permalink

Medtronic’s subdued showing at NASS in October revealed the sometimes rocky relationship among industry, clinicians, and academia: The Yale University Open Data Access Project suggested rhBMP-2 didn’t fuse bone any better than standard-iliac crest bone graft, yet Medtronic executives found some vindication in the process, saying it supported on-label use of BMP, and suggested the Yale University-led process could be a model to settle future controversies in the medical industry.

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INFUSE Review Leads To Discussion And Some Discord At NASS

Metal-less film exhibits chrome effect

Thursday, June 6th, 2013 | Permalink

A metallic luster film containing no metal whatsoever is making inroads in the automotive sector, replacing solutions based on plating, coating and metal vapor deposition. P!CASUS film from Toray Industries (Tokyo) is a conductive PET-based film of thickness 100-145 micrometers comprising several hundred individual lamellar layers or more formed during the extrusion process with precise control of layer thickness. Tagging Options Domain:  All Sites read more

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Partial biobased PBT proves its processability

Thursday, May 2nd, 2013 | Permalink

Resin supplier Toray Industries, Inc. (Tokyo) and U.S. renewable chemicals process technology firm Genomatica, Inc. (San Diego, CA) have successfully synthesized a partially biobased PBT (polybutylene terephthalate) using 1,4-butanediol (BDO) made with Genomatica’s biobased process technology. Tagging Options Domain:  All Sites Issue Date:  PT – May 2013 Keywords:  Toray polybutylene terephthalate PBT biobased read more

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FDA tightening watch of AEDs | theheart.org

Friday, March 22nd, 2013 | Permalink

In addition to AEDs, there are 26 other medical devices that came to market prior to 1976, and the FDA is in the process of deciding which of those devices will now require a PMA. In its review, the FDA decided that AEDs …

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FDA tightening watch of AEDs | theheart.org