March 1, 2020 Medical Design Briefs - March 2020 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 Leading Women in Engineering & Science: Jenica Kolhoff, Nitinol, Applications Engineer The Benefits of Tungsten Cable Leading Women in Engineering & Science: Kristin Edgerton, Lead Project Engineer Leading Women in Engineering & Science: Mahsa Nakhjiri, Senior Director of Technical Product Management, Flex Leading Women in Engineering & Science: Yolita Wildman Nugent, Director, Advanced Soft Systems Integration, Flex Leading Women in Engineering & Science: Winnie Yu, PhD, Senior Director of Medical Innovation, Flex - Health Solutions Leading Women in Engineering & Science: Katie Farley, Kim Jackson, Sue Marchant, Patricia Santos-Serrao & Erin Wright; MasterControl Leading Women in Engineering & Science: Sarah Charette, Product Manager Leading Women in Engineering & Science: Dawn F. Massa Stancavish, Chief Innovation Officer & COO Leading Women in Engineering & Science: Dr. Annette Teng, CEO; Lisa Wen, Process Engineer Embedded Computer Computer Vision in Medical Technology: Focus on Mobile and eHealth Devices Leading Women in Engineering & Science: Making their Mark in Medical History Leading Women in Engineering & Science: Tracy Campbell Accardi, Vice President, Surgical Robotics Research & Development, Medtronic Leading Women in Engineering & Science: Anne F. Booth, Owner/President, Booth Scientific Sterilization and Quality System Professionals Leading Women in Engineering & Science: Ulkuhan Guler, Assistant Professor, Worcester Polytechnic Institute Leading Women in Engineering & Science: Robyn Meurant, Executive Director, Regulatory Services, IVDs and Medical Devices, NSF International Leading Women in Engineering & Science: Ekaterina Tkatchouk, Principal Engineer, Edwards Lifesciences Leading Women in Engineering & Science: Maryam Zahabi, Assistant Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Texas A&M University Products Product Focus: Materials New Products and Services: March 2020 Medical Design Briefs Product of the Month: March 2020 Medical Design Briefs R & D Improving Prosthetics for Upper Limb Amputees Tiny Magnetics Show Promise for Medical Applications New Method Detects Defects in 2D Materials Drug Testing with Human Body-on-Chip Systems AI-Analyzed Blood Test Predicts Disease Progression Magnetic Sensor Circuits on Various Surfaces Global Innovations Portable Device Helps Doctors Diagnose Sepsis Faster From the Editor From the Editor —The 2019 Products of the Year Tech Briefs Tech Briefs Cold Plasma Patch Could Make Immunotherapy More Effective for Treating Melanoma Iron Nanorobots Destroy Cancer Cells Researchers Hope to Make Needle Pricks for Diabetics a Thing of the Past Wearable Gas Sensor Enhances Sensitivity Color-Changing Bandages Sense and Treat Bacterial Infections Wearable Health Tech Gets Efficiency Upgrade Machine Keeps Human Livers Alive for One Week Outside of the Body Research Zeroing in on Electronic Nose for Diagnosing Disease Engineers Design Bionic ‘Heart’ for Testing Prosthetic Valves, Other Cardiac Devices Discovery Takes Pressure Off Blood Measurements Medical Manufacturing and Machining Briefs Ultrasound Helps Make 3D Printed Alloys Stronger Marubeni Citizen-Cincom Opens New Technical Center Researchers Develop Ultra-Thin, Ultra-Flexible Electronic Material Hybrid Technique Aims to Produce Stronger, Corrosion-Resistant Nickel Articles Laser Welding ‘Clear-on-Clear’ Plastics for Medical Applications Digital DHRs: Automating the Last Mile of the Production Process Collaboration: A Powerful, Effective Strategy for Medtech Companies Moving to Embrace Industry 4.0 and Drive Digital Transformation View the discussion thread.