April 1, 2020 Medical Design Briefs - April 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 Your MDR Strategy: Start with a Gap Analysis Best Practices for Medical Device Design: Five Strategies for Success Designing Devices: Creating Stronger Bonds with Cold Plasma Thermal Considerations for Incubators Class I Manufacturers: 8 Steps to Tackle EU MDR Compliance Products Product Focus: Laser Machining/Marking New Products & Services: April 2020 Medical Design Briefs Product of the Month: April 2020 Medical Design Briefs R & D Atomic Chains in Nanotubes Push the Electronics Frontier New Robot Does Superior Job Sampling Blood Thermometer Can Be Stretched and Crumpled by Water Heart Rate Measurements of Wearable Monitors Vary by Activity, Not Skin Color Improving Adhesives for Wearable Sensors Superior Bio-Ink for 3D Printing Pioneered Global Innovations Getting a Grip: An Innovative Mechanical Controller Design for Robot-Assisted Surgery From the Editor From the Editor — FDA Launches eSTAR: Voluntary Electronic Submission Program for 510(k)s Technology Leaders Looking to the Future of the Medical Tubing Sector Tech Briefs Tech Briefs Scientists Create Supersensitive Nanomaterials for DNA Diagnostics and Targeted Drug Delivery New Device May Reduce Risks in Procedure to Unblock Arteries Smartphone Lab Delivers Test Results in ‘Spit’ Second Artificial Intelligence Helps Predict Heart Attacks and Stroke Prototype Patch Acts Like Heart Tissue Engineers Mix and Match Materials to Make New Stretchy Electronics Highly Sensitive Sensors Show Promise in Enhancing Human Touch View the discussion thread.