October 1, 2019 Medical Design Briefs - October 2019 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 Clean Design: Reducing Patient Infections Starts with Design for Cleanability Protecting Medical Consumable Revenue Streams with RFID A Strip You Can Rely On: Tips for Designing Blood Glucose Test Strips Products New Products & Services: October 2019 Medical Design Briefs Product Focus: Mechanical Components Product of the Month: October 2019 Medical Design Briefs R & D Hydrogel Fights Orthopedic Bone Infections Technology Reveals How AI Makes Decisions Hydration Sensor Could Improve Dialysis Microfluidics Device Helps Diagnose Sepsis Medical Camera Could Cut Costs and Time Programmable Soft Actuators for Soft Robotics Global Innovations Hydrogel Adhesive Helps in Wound Healing From the Editor From The Editor — What Manufacturers Want Most From the Editor — From Wearables to the Surgical Suite: The Future of Electronic Skin Technology Leaders Customer Challenges Lead to Innovative Solutions Value Engineering Applied to Micro Components Tech Briefs Tech Briefs Researchers Develop Eco-Friendly Pressure-Sensitive Adhesives Prosthetic Arm Can Move and Feel Closing the Terahertz Gap: Tiny Laser Is Important Step Toward New Sensors Less Training Needed for Brain-Machine Interfaces Smart Brain Stimulators: Next-Generation Parkinson's Disease Therapy Ultraviolet Rays Quickly Bash Bacteria on Mobile Devices Medical Manufacturing and Machining Briefs 3D Printing Process Maximizes Performance for Paek Parts The Future of 3D Printing: From Prototyping to Production High-Volume Electrospinning Production Platform for Medical Devices NIST Research Sparks New Insights on Laser Welding Articles Automation: The Future of Medical Manufacturing Metal Stamping: Converting Parts for Cost Savings Applications 3D Printing: SLS Creates New Potential for Design in Medical Technology Products New Products & Services: October 2019 Medical Manufacturing & Machining View the discussion thread.