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Businesses of any kind find that, when doing business in China and other global locations, it helps to have facilities on the ground. Packaging is no exception.


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Revision of EN ISO 11607, the guiding standard for medical device packaging, is progressing toward completion later this year.


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Reusing metal instruments could be draining hospitals of both time and resources, argues Jason Haider.


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With WestPack and Medical Design & Manufacturing West 2018 shows taking place together in Anaheim February 6-8, medical device packaging professionals will have much to see and learn. 


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Sterile medical procedures depend upon proper handling of the sterile barrier—and that includes opening medical packaging properly. But what does that mean, and just how hard can it be?


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Water-based and hot-melt adhesive coatings are commonly used for creating peelable seals. There are many formulations, so how do you choose the right one for your package?


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Celebrating its 10th year, BIOMEDevice San Jose serves Silicon Valley's thriving medical device design and manufacturing industry.


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As cost pressures continue to mount in the healthcare industry, medical device manufacturers are looking to reduce their costs to produce, explains Brian Whalen, director of sales & marketing for CleanCut Technologies.


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Medical device regulations are changing around the world, and many of the new expectations will impact packaging, say experts.


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At MD&M Minneapolis 2019, discover the latest developments in medical devices and see the technologies driving tomorrow's life-saving innovations.


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MD&M East 2019, now in its 35th year, is the largest medtech event on the East Coast.


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From contract packaging/manufacturing to components, BIOMEDevice Boston 2019 helps you develop the next gen of medical devices.


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At MD&M West 2018, find answers to your medtech challenges—from prototyping to packaging.


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Successful aseptic presentation of medical devices can be impacted by package design and material selection. Adhesive coatings can have an impact, reports Oliver Healthcare Packaging.


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Europe’s Medical Device Regulations are ushering in some new considerations for medical device packaging. For instance, does your packaging take into account the generally acknowledged state of the art?


Businesses of any kind find that, when doing business in China and other global locations, it helps to have facilities on the ground. Packaging is no exception.

Oliver Healthcare Packaging, based in Grand Rapids, Mich., provides sterile...


Revision of EN ISO 11607, the guiding standard for medical device packaging, is progressing toward completion later this year. With many of the changes prompted by EU’s new Medical Device Regulations (MDRs), could harmonization with the EU’s new...


Reusing metal instruments could be draining hospitals of both time and resources, argues Jason Haider. To address what he calls an “antiquated medical device supply chain,” he founded Xenco Medical to offer surgical instruments and implants...


With WestPack and Medical Design & Manufacturing West 2018 shows taking place together in Anaheim February 6-8, medical device packaging professionals will have much to see and learn. 

To help attendees find the newest ideas in medical...


Sterile medical procedures depend upon proper handling of the sterile barrier—and that includes opening medical packaging properly. But what does that mean, and just how hard can it be? And, more importantly, can you build features into your...


Water-based and hot-melt adhesive coatings are commonly used for creating peelable seals. There are many formulations, so how do you choose the right one for your package?

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As cost pressures continue to mount in the healthcare industry, medical device manufacturers are looking to reduce their costs to produce, explains Brian Whalen, director of sales & marketing for CleanCut Technologies.

To help MDMs...


Medical device regulations are changing around the world, and many of the new expectations will impact packaging, say experts. Many of the changes encourage the development of packages that help end-users ensure the safe use of sterile medical...


Successful aseptic presentation of medical devices can be impacted by package design and material selection. Adhesive coatings can have an impact, reports Oliver Healthcare Packaging.

“Adhesives can mitigate the risk of substrates tearing...


Europe’s Medical Device Regulations are ushering in some new considerations for medical device packaging. For instance, does your packaging take into account the generally acknowledged state of the art? Transportation and storage risks? Final end-...


Beacon Converters celebrated its 70th anniversary in a new facility designed for the third-generation, family-owned company's rapidly growing business with a focus on improved efficiencies and environmental controls. The new location at 45 Mayhill...


Amniox taps the unique properties of placental tissue to develop a range of regenerative products. “The fetal environment is unique in human nature—it has anti-inflammatory properties, enabling fetal tissue to heal and regenerate when...


To promote health and safety while supporting medical device innovation, the European Commission, Council, and Parliament are transforming the Medical Device Directives (MDD; Council Directive 90/385/EEC for active implantable medical devices and...


Nurses and technicians were quite vocal as they opened medical device packages submitted for feedback during HealthPack’s annual “Voice of the Customer—Nurses & Technicians” panel. Ease of opening and prominent labeling information were key...


A few years ago Tim Early envisioned a unique approach to staffing and consulting—described below as “an open-talent economy format”—and so he founded Network Packaging Partners. Today, NPP supports clients in the medical device, pharmaceutical,...