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Claim Magazine featuring great design, architecture, fashion, graphics and innovation from across the globe.

 

Magnesium Alloy

The Controllable Hydro Reactive Magnesium Alloy has been launched in the market and cooperated with medical equipment manufacturers and medical institutions, which not only accelerates the development of the application of biomaterial industry but also provides new choices in treatment.The Degradable Magnesium Alloy Blood Vessel Clamp is a biodegradable medical material, there is no need to operate another surgery to take it out.The Degradable Magnesium Alloy Blood Vessel Clamp is in accordance with ISO10993 test specification and has passed the biological toxicity, irritation, and allergy.

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Stellar M22

Stellar M22 is a multi-application platform for aesthetic treatments. It enables you to safely and effectively treat different indications in different skin types, age, and gender, without the need for disposables. With four technologies in one platform, you can treat over 30 skin conditions and hair removal. Stellar M22 is a powerful modular multi-application platform, inspired by the brightest constellation in the sky.

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MyLab 9

MyLab 9 ultrasound system provides a full range of diagnostic services. A new design with improved ergonomic, simple yet effective user interface, and a clever use of volumes are the main features of this work. Usability has been improved by redesigning the keyboard zone, making it simple and immediate. Huge efforts focused on improving probes shape and ergonomics, to lower the pain in clinicians which use them keeping the same position over time; their innovative design allows different grips, reducing musculo-skeletal strain up to 70%, for better user experience and comfort during practice.

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Neuro 2

Neuro 2 is the smallest ever cochlear implant (CI) sound processor. It sets new aesthetic standards with an organic shape that is discreet and comfortable for everyone – including children and people who wear glasses. Its small design is achieved without compromising sound quality, reliability and usability. This can be seen in its IP68 rating – the highest classification against water and dust in the CI industry - and features like the voice-activated system check that lets users check if their sound processor is working by simply asking “How are you?.

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CardioGraphe

The configuration of one panel and a screen (as opposed to the orthodox two panels and a screen) offered a unique opportunity for an asymmetrical design. Asymmetry will usually create a dynamic look and will evoke drama. We spent a lot of effort looking for the right amount of visual impact, while trying to stay calm, and avoiding a decorative feel. As in most cases, the challenge was the dosage between novelty and familiarity. We used flowing lines and soft forms, while retaining a certain visual tension, achieved by geometrical and "dry" separating lines.

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Transformer

1. Power driven operations reduce the firing force significantly: 2. Standardize the clinical outcomes: Maintain same level of standard and accuracy in spite of who/when is using it; The user interface is all combined into "2 button press" – standardized operations. 3. Intuitive design allow users a quick plug in: Combine all kinds of mechanical mechanism to one unique handle without sacrifice any clinical requirement, you can quickly understand how to use the device when you hold it on hand, allow surgeon concentrate on their patients. 4. Design of earthward: save materials and energy.

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Design interview of the day

Read the latest interviews and conversations on design, creativity and innovation between design journalist and world-famous designers, artists and architects. See latest design projects and award-winning designs by famous designers, artists, architects and innovators. Discover new insights on creativity, innovation, arts, design and architecture. Learn about design processes of great designers.

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