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Turkey’s $10Bn Medtech Tender Must Come With Export And Local IP Elements

Turkey’s health ministry has disclosed that the forthcoming $10bn medical device tender must come with conditions that strengthen the local manufacturing infrastructure. It must also give Turkey “real” technology with IP rights, not merely an assembly activity for parts manufactured abroad. The tender will be ready in some two to three months.

Turkey Policy

BrainScope Completes Trials Of Brain Injury Assessment In Collaboration With US DOD, NFL, GE

Investigators have completed the algorithm development and clinical validation studies of objective, electroencephalogram-based technology in adolescent and young adult populations, the company says. The studies were funded by a $9.9m research contract from the US Department of Defense, award funding from the National Football League-GE Head Health Challenge, and BrainScope.

Clinical Trials Research & Development

Guerbet Targets Multi-Use Markets To Grow Diagnostic Imaging Biz

French imaging agent specialist Guerbet is targeting multi-use markets to grow its diagnostic imaging business while continuing to build through acquisitions. While its diagnostic imaging revenues were about flat in 2018, its imaging intervention business grew almost 19% in constant currency compared to 2017.

Diagnostic Imaging Commercial

GE Healthcare Sets Out Its Software And AI Ambitions

GE Healthcare is using its artificial intelligence platform Edison to power a new generation of medical imaging apps and devices. At the annual European Congress of Radiology (ECR), In Vivo met with Mathias Goyen, GE Healthcare’s chief medical officer, Europe, to discuss the future of AI in radiology and how technology will transform practice.

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