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Medical Product Manufacturing News, March/April 2015

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BIomedevice Boston 2015 Contract design and manufacturing Proven Process designs and manufactures Class II and Class III medical devices for both established companies and start-up enterprises. Its portfolio includes complex therapeutic and diagnostic cardiac devices, in vitro diagnostic devices, single-use devices, active implantable devices, surgical robots, and sterile kits. Representing the company's capabilities is a robotic cardiac catheter manipulation device that enables a cardiologist to carry out a catheterization procedure from beyond the fuoroscopy feld. Designed and developed entirely by the service provider's engineers, including associated sterile disposable components, this system features a mechanically controlled gantry- positioned robot that provides three degrees of catheter control—insertion and withdrawal, rotation, and tip defection—for cardiac mapping and ablation catheters. The controller mimics the design of catheter handpieces used in surgery suites, and the robot is compatible with conventional mapping of catheters and sheaths. Any electrophysiology catheter from several manufacturers can be mounted in the robot's manipulation head. ■ Proven Process MAnsfIelD, MA www.provenprocess.com Booth #926 occlusion detection sensors strain Measurement Devices Inc. offers sensors for detecting occlusions in intravenous tubing sets. The miniature thin-flm sensors ft into tight spots, taking up as little as 3 mm of length along the tubing. The supplier has a library of existing devices that may provide tubing solutions in various geometries. It can address a problem completely, from closure mechanism to high-level output, on a custom basis. Options for local signal conditioning or low-level output are also available. ■ strain measurement devices Inc. WAllIngfORD, CT www.smdsensors.com Booth #720 MPMN ANNIVERSARY PROFILES TH Impact Analytical is a contract testing laboratory supporting all phases of drug development and manufacturing. We offer method development, validation, stability, extractables & leachables, dissolution, problem solving, unknown identification, and release testing services. Impact Analytical is a GMP registered, GLP com pliant (FDA, EPA), ISO 9001 certified, and DEA licensed. We are routinely audited by the FDA with no findings (483's). Our customer-focused approach differentiates us in the industry and ensures you receive high quality results that are on-time and on-budget. Please contact us to schedule a facility audit and discuss your next project. IMPACT ANALYTICAL MPMN ANNIVERSARY PROFILES TH Company Information Impact Analytical 1940 N. Stark Rd Midland, MI 48642 Phone: 855.427.6583 Web Site: www.impactanalytical.com See us at BIOMEDevice Boston Booth #526 29728_AS_M15 For information on exhibiting or attending, please visit UBMcanon.com Your Direct Connection to the World of Medtech North and South America Events Europe and Asia Events BIOMEDevice Boston May 6–7, 2015 Boston, MA BIOMEDevice San Jose December 2–3, 2015 San Jose, CA Pharmapack North America June 9Ð10, 2015 New York, NY Wireless Medical Devices December 2Ð3, 2015 San Jose, CA Pharmapack Europe February 10Ð11, 2016 Paris, France MD&M East June 9Ð11, 2015 New York, NY MD&M Philadelphia October 7Ð8, 2015 Philadelphia, PA MD&M Minneapolis November 4Ð5, 2015 Minneapolis, MN MD&M Florida November 18Ð19, 2015 Orlando, FL MD&M West February 9Ð11, 2016 Anaheim, CA MEDTEC UK March 3Ð4, 2015 London, UK MEDTEC Europe April 21Ð23, 2015 Stuttgart, Germany MEDTEC Japan April 22Ð24, 2015 Tokyo, Japan MEDTEC France June 10Ð11, 2015 Besan•on, France MEDTEC China September 22Ð24, 2015 Shanghai, China MEDTEC Ireland October 6Ð7, 2015 Galway, Ireland MEDevice San Diego September 1Ð2, 2015 San Diego, CA

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