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CeQur is launching a discreet, convenient 'wearable insulin pen' – Mass Device
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CeQur is launching a discreet, convenient 'wearable insulin pen' – Mass Device

The CeQur Simplicity wearable insulin delivery device. [Image courtesy of CeQur] CeQur designed its Simplicity device to make insulin delivery as seamless as possible for people with diabetes. When it comes to managing diabetes, CeQur wants to make insulin therapy as convenient as possible. For those who prefer to manage their own insulin delivery, the...

Teva appoints former Vertex exec as new head of R&D, CMO – Mass Device
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Teva appoints former Vertex exec as new head of R&D, CMO – Mass Device

CeQur is launching a discreet, convenient ‘wearable insulin pen’ CeQur designed its Simplicity device to make insulin delivery as seamless as possible for people with diabetes. When it comes to managing diabetes, CeQur wants to make insulin therapy as convenient as possible. For those who prefer to manage their own insulin delivery, the Simplicity device...

Enovis partners with Kelvi on hot and cold therapies – Mass Device
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Enovis partners with Kelvi on hot and cold therapies – Mass Device

Enovis, the parent company of DJO, announced that it entered into a strategic partnership with Kelvi for heating and cooling therapies. Kelvi, which develops hot and cold therapy products, will work with Enovis to deliver industry-leading therapies for rehabilitation, recovery and performance enhancement for patients and athletes of all abilities. According to a news release,...

West Pharmaceutical Services debuts new needle syringe system – Mass Device
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West Pharmaceutical Services debuts new needle syringe system – Mass Device

[Image from West Pharmaceutical Services] West Pharmaceutical Services (NYSE:WST) announced the recent unveiling of its Daikyo Crystal Zenith needle syringe system. Exton, Pennsylvania-based West designed the Daikyo Crystal Zenith 2.25mL insert needle syringe system as a technologically advanced cyclic olefin polymer containment and delivery system that offers an alternative to glass, mitigating the risk of...

Acutus completes first closing in left-heart access sale to Medtronic – Mass Device
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Acutus completes first closing in left-heart access sale to Medtronic – Mass Device

Acutus Medical (Nasdaq:AFIB) announced today that it completed the first of two closings in its portfolio sale to Medtronic (NYSE:MDT). Carlsbad, California-based Acutus announced in April that it entered into a definitive agreement to sell its left-heart access portfolio to Medtronic for $50 million. The company’s left-heart access portfolio includes its AcQCross line of sheath-compatible septal...

This Week in Logistics News (June 25 – July 1) – Logistics Viewpoints
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This Week in Logistics News (June 25 – July 1) – Logistics Viewpoints

This weekend marks the 246th anniversary of Independence Day, which celebrates when the thirteen colonies were no longer subject (and subordinate) to the monarch of Britain, King George III, and were united, free, and independent states. During the American Revolution, the legal separation of the thirteen colonies from Great Britain in 1776 actually occurred on...

FDA backs COVID-19 boosters with BA.4/5 spike proteins for fall – Mass Device
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FDA backs COVID-19 boosters with BA.4/5 spike proteins for fall – Mass Device

Supply Chain EVP Greg Smith sees fewer suppliers in Medtronic’s future All eyes are on Medtronic’s global operations and supply chain leader as he works to modernize its operations and scrutinize suppliers. EVP of Global Operations and Supply Chain Greg Smith anticipates fewer suppliers in Medtronic’s future, he said in an interview this week. Smith...

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Execujet Haite and Metrojet Acquiring Funian Aviation | Business Aviation News – Aviation International News

Execujet Haite Aviation Services China and business jet operator Metrojet are jointly acquiring Funian Aviation, a deal that is expected to be completed in July. Founded in 2017, Funian Aviation provides aircraft management and charter services, operating a fleet of Gulfstream G450s and G550s. Based in Shenzhen, China, the company holds a CAAC Part 135 charter certificate...

Flying 'Way Up There' – FLYING
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Flying 'Way Up There' – FLYING

We’re going to Texas. “I doubt it,” I thought, after looking at the radar. There was a line of thunderstorms associated with a cold front stretching north to south across our route. “Nah,” said Jason, “We’ll fly above that stuff.” Such was my introduction to flying jets, in this case the Lear-jet 31. With a...

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Podcast: US Pilot Shortage: What's Going On? – Aviation Week

Airlines and their representative organizations in America are expressing concerns about a long-term pilot shortage, yet pilot unions say there’s no shortage and are pressing for higher wages. U.S. editors at ATW and Aviation Week discuss the opposing views. Don’t miss a single episode. Subscribe to Aviation Week’s Window Seat Podcast in Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts and Spotify. Rush transcript: ...

Nasdaq grants Titan Medical 180-day extension to regain compliance – Mass Device
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Nasdaq grants Titan Medical 180-day extension to regain compliance – Mass Device

Titan Medical (Nasdaq:TMDI) announced today that it received an additional 180 days to regain compliance with the Nasdaq market. According to a news release, the Listing Qualifications Staff of The Nasdaq Stock Market notified the company that it received 180 extra calendar days — running through Dec. 26, 2022 — to evidence compliance with the...

Zipline gets FAA Part 135 certification – AOPA Pilot
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Zipline gets FAA Part 135 certification – AOPA Pilot

San Francisco-based Zipline has already flown more than 23 million autonomous miles, most of those miles flown beyond the operator’s line of sight, and logged more than 325,000 commercial deliveries. Zipline launched its drone delivery operations in Africa, though the company has worked with North Carolina state officials to conduct deliveries between health care facilities....

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FAA Clarifies Continued Airworthiness Inspection Provisions | Business Aviation News – Aviation International News

A new FAA notice clarifies recently revised inspection guidance for Part 135 and other commercial operators that use a continuous airworthiness maintenance program (CAMP). The revisions resulted from a review of a sampling of existing CAMP users that revealed many operator manuals did not describe required inspection item (RII) methods of compliance as prescribed by rule, but...