Story excerpt provided by MedCity News.
Written by Dan Verel.
Motion and control technologies developer Parker Hannifin Corporation and the Cleveland Clinic are collaborating on the development of more than 100 “potential medical advancements,” ranging from new medical devices to new ways of testing cells.
Pete Buca, innovation and technology vice president for Parker’s fluid connectors group, shared with MedCity News some of the forthcoming products, which are developed with a 50-50 partnership with Cleveland Clinic Innovations upon any commercialization.
They include a number of products designed to ease or enhance any number of procedures. So far, Buca was able to share details on a handful of emerging products, some of which could obtain full approval by the end of 2015
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Originally published November 18, 2014.