September 2021

With commercial technology growing more advanced – and more ubiquitous – every year, it is unsurprising that medical technology has run into trouble when it comes to ensuring that personal devices don’t interfere with the function of lifesaving medical equipment.

This issue came to the fore earlier this year when technology giant Apple published a list of its devices that could pose a serious risk to medical devices. We delve into the subject of magnetic interference to find out what manufacturers are doing to respond to this growing issue.

Elsewhere, as an increasing number of data-driven healthcare products are brought to market, we ask how regulators can keep pace with this rapidly evolving technology.

Plus, we explore key market developments and trends, and get the latest insight and analysis from GlobalData.


Editor | Eloise McLennan
Writers | Chloe Kent, Abi Millar, Natalie Healey, Darcy Jimenez
Magazine Designer | Tyrrell Lowe

Graphic Designers | Anett Arc, Ashley McPherson, Marzia Del Gaone, Noemi Balint, Maria Gimenez, Filipe Costa, Martina Labaiova, Will Ingham, Dimeji Akinkuolie

Lead Designer | John Hammond
Publisher | Susanne Hauner

Digital Publishing Director | Duncan West


Sales Manager | Nimai Amin

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