Monday 29 December 2014

French orthopaedics firm makes ME foray

France-based Serf-Dedienne Santé, a leading orthopaedics firms, is launching two of its flagship products in the Middle East. Novae dual mobility cups Based on an original concept developed with Professor Gil


Implant scandal sparks EU rules revamp

The European Union has proposed tougher rules on assessing the safety and monitoring the use of medical devices and implants, after weak EU regulations were partly blamed for a global scandal over French-made breast implants. Inve


Maths 'can help implants fit better'

Individuals with implants may soon be able to feel the benefit of basic scientific knowledge in their own bodies, a research project by the Austrian Science Fund FWF said. The project demonstrated how 3D models and special mathematical met


Militants may try bomb implants to attack: US

Militants are showing renewed interest in using a surgically implanted bomb to blow up a commercial flight, though there is no indication an attack is imminent, a US security official said on Wednesday, citing new intelligence. US authorit

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