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Medtronic aims to make 1,000 ventilators a week in Mervue by end of June

Medical Devices manufacturer Medtronic intends to continue increasing ventilator production in Galway until it's making 1,000 units a week by the end of June. Since...

Galway medtech startup raises €2.3 million

The Galway based medtech startup AtriAN Medical has announced that it has raised €2.3 million in seed investment and is ready to begin clinical...

Boston Scientific sees profits jump by almost a third

Profits before tax at Boston Scientific surged by almost a third to €737 million last year according to the latest accounts from the medical...

Galway medtech company secures €10 million EIB backing

The Galway based medtech company Vivasure Medical has secured €10 million in financing from the European Investment Bank. The funding will be used by the...

Robotics breakthrough could stop your body attacking medical devices

Researchers from NUI Galway have announced a breakthrough in robotics which could help stop the body from attacking implanted medical devices. Huge numbers of people...

Creganna Medical donates €10,000 to Galway Hospice

Galway Hospice has offered their thanks to Creganna Medical for donating €10,000 to support their services. "A big thank you to Creganna Medical for their...

Medical Devices company expanding Gort workforce to 200 people

The US based medical devices manufacturer Natus Medical has opened a massive expansion of its facilities in Gort that will see the local workforce...

NUIG launches two cutting edge medical devices research labs

NUI Galway has launched two state of the art research labs to advance the creation and manufacturing of medical devices. The Pilot Line for Bio-microsystems Development...

NUIG scientist creates bioengineered stent invisible to the immune system

A scientist at NUI Galway has developed a new state of the art cardiovascular stent bioengineered to avoid triggering the body's immune system. Prof Gerard...

Conference on the economics of medical devices in Galway

A conference on the future of medical devices and an economic analysis of their development will take place in Galway next week. The Health Economic...

Lower back pain in the sights of €15 million research project

Researchers from Galway are taking part in a €15 million project targeting lower back pain. CÚRAM Medical Devices Research Centre at NUIG is one of...

Three Galway medical devices projects recognised for groundbreaking innovation

Three projects at CÚRAM medical devices centre at NUI Galway have been recognised for their groundbreaking innovation. The...

Expansion of Ballinasloe medical devices manufacturer approved

A proposed extension to a medical devices manufacturing facility in Ballinasloe has been granted planning approval. Sumodics, formerly known as Creagh Medical, operates a facility...

NUI Galway researchers find potential new treatment for back pain

A team at NUI Galway's Cúram Medical Devices research centre have published a study containing a potential new, non-invasive treatment for lower back pain. The...
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