Medical Devices

As online threats of various sorts, from malicious hacking to holding data hostage, continue to grow and evolve, the enhancement of cybersecurity has become critical – for industry, healthcare providers, regulators, and policymakers.

One percent of the 3000 medical devices approved by the FDA are Class III, high-risk medical devices sustaining or supporting life or capable of “unreasonable risk or illness or injury.” They require pre-market approval (PMA) through clinical tria

Sepsis remains one of the most costly and deadly of medical conditions. Sepsis is not a disease per se, but a syndrome, a collection of signs and symptoms, that indicated the presence of an overwhelming infection.

On the issue of vaping, it is quite easy to make either advocates or critics angry. What is difficult is to anger both simultaneously. Yet, the Trump Administration has found a way to do just that.

The use of stents to repair an aneurysmal aorta [1] has revolutionized vascular surgery, taking a 3-hour operation with a 5-7 day stay in the hospital and creating a 2-hour procedure with hospitalization overnight.

As a society, we immediately understand a broken arm. A gaping wound. The wasted appearance of a body overrun by cancer.

Unwanted microorganisms are a fact of life. Bugs grow everywhere we don't want them, from our showers and sinks to our toilets and toothbrushes.

The plastic softener found in vinyl toys and medical devices are not harmful to children or adults, according to a distinguished panel of leading physicians and scientists chaired by former U.S. Surgeon General Dr. C. Everett Koop.