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In the next issue of Medical Technology, we take a look the potential of smart wearables to disrupt blood pressure management with Ireland-based company DAbl, profile key medical advances in bone reconstruction, and delve into the medical industry’s software problem to find out what can be done to improve the situation.

Plus, we examine innovative ways to power medical devices that offer a potential alternative to battery-reliant products, explore the unique challenges of printing medical materials in space, and find out if a single, harmonised audit system for medical device manufacturing could grow into an extra regulatory layer with a global scope.

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Commissioning Editor | Daniel Garrun
Writers | Charlotte Edwards, Allie Nawrat, Chris Lo
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