May 1, 2018|Medical Medical Design Briefs - May 2018 Here are links to this issue's Features, Tech Briefs, Products and more. You can download the complete issue, LOGIN TO DOWNLOAD Don't have an account? Sign up here. Subscribe to future issues. SUBSCRIBE Inside this issue Features Articles Show Preview Medinnovation Boston 2018 HANDHELD AND WEARABLE DEVICES: Paving a New Path for Healthcare Transitioning from Wearables to Medical Devices Bringing Glucose Monitoring to New Levels through Integrated Sensor Design Two-Component Molding Can Solve Medical Design Challenges and Reduce Costs Products New Products & Services: May 2018 Medical Design Briefs Product of the Month: May 2018 Medical Design Briefs R & D Hybrid Nanotech Device Mimics Blood-Brain Barrier Noninvasive Wearable System Monitors Stomach Activity Wood Carbon Sponge Could Be Future of Wearable Sensors Mobile ELISA Gives Results at Point of Care Ferroelectric Material Improves Ultrasound Paper-Folding Art Inspires Better Bandages Global Innovations Scientists Develop Elastic Metal Rods to Treat Scoliosis From the Editor From the Editor – Mitigating Device Misuse and Lability via Virtual Reality Training Technology Leaders Material Advances for Additive Manufacturing of Bioresorbable Polymeric Medical Devices Laser Powder Bed Fusion of Scaffolds for Orthopedic Applications: Design and Manufacturability Tech Briefs Tech Briefs Tiny Tooth-Mounted Sensors Track Food Intake Therapeutic Gel Shows Promise Against Cancerous Tumors ‘Candy Cane’ Polymer Weave Could Power Future Functional Fabrics and Devices Researchers Develop At-Home Pap Smear Test View the discussion thread.