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I get a surprising number of inquiries from startups in the business of needles: Disposing of them, how to avoid getting punctured, how to make them less painful for children, and other concepts including doing away with them completely.
Did you know there are more than 150 needle manufacturers in China alone? Are the economics of needles such that they need to be produced at the lowest possible cost?
So, today’s post is crowdsourcing information about needles.
• Which companies are making strides in needle innovation (disposal, safety, pain, other)?
• How will the biggest needle players respond if patentable innovations beat them to market?
• What other needle market facts will add to the conversation?
Thanks in advance for sharing your knowledge with the group!
What will Trump’s victory mean for the medical devices industry?
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A few weeks back, Jon Speer from greenlight.guru discussed the changes ISO made in its long awaited revision to 13485, the global standard for medical device quality management systems.
This is the first revision of the standard since 2003, and it represents some major changes including the inclusion of risk management throughout the QMS, greater emphasis on quality management throughout the entire product lifecycle and supply chain, and much more.
The content is now free for all at http://medgroup.biz/iso13485
Make it a great week.
P.S. I’m offering a special discount to hundreds of 10x full-conference alumni through Thanksgiving. See http://medgroup.biz/10x and email me for details.
Javier Campos Mora
Dr. Gudrun Reinschmidt
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