The Nu-Drip saline bag design is so well designed in such a blatantly obvious way, I’m a little dumbfounded that no one has ever thought of it before. Saline bags come with various paraphernalia that really don’t add to the portability of the solution. You tend to associate the saline bag with that cumbersome metal pole upon which it hangs. In no way does that appear even remotely functional to me. #Medical #YankoDesign
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Health monitoring device is really important for users that need to constantly monitor their vital signs. Beam is a stylish wearable medical monitoring device
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3D Printed Knee Replacement Manufacturer ConforMIS (CFMS) Raises $135M As The Company Goes Public - 3DPrint.com | The Voice of 3D Printing / Additive Manufacturing
Medical technology company ConforMIS, Inc. (NASDAQ: CFMS) has developed a knee replacement system that promises to drastically reduce both the length of the average knee replacement surgery as well as...
Weavers Turn Silk Into Diabetes Test Strips
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