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ISSUE 25 // March 2020
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ISSUE 25 // MARCH 2020
In the next issue of Medical Technology, we find out how technology is transforming reconstructive surgery, take a look at a new adhesive that could replace traditional sutures, and speak to new company Inex Innovate, about how it aims to broaden access to women specific medical innovations in Asia.
Also, we examine the tech being used to improve skin grafts, explore the potential of deep brain stimulation in mental illness treatment, and investigate the issues caused by India’s medical device regulatory regime.
Plus, we review a recent plan announced by UK minister for health Matt Hancock, which would see all British children receive whole genome sequencing at birth, and find out how the FDA plans to rehabilitate non-compliant device manufacturers.
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