BD opens facility in Hungary; ConforMIS gets EU approval for knee-replacement device;

> BD (Becton, Dickinson and Company), a leading global medical technology company, today celebrated the grand opening of its new production facility in Tatabánya, Hungary. Release

> ConforMIS announced today that its customizable knee-replacement product has been approved by European regulators. Report

> TYRX has released AIGISRxFlat, an antibacterial product that helps provide protection against infections associated with implanted pacemakers and defibrillators. Release

> Less-invasive "valve-in-valve" implants may help repair prosthetic animal-tissue heart valves in people who are not healthy enough to undergo a second open heart surgery, a study shows. Report

> Fast-moving Galway medical devices developer Crospon has launched its EndoFLIP product, which received FDA clearance in December, into the lucrative US healthcare market. Report

> Micralyne has been certified to ISO 13485, reinforcing Micralyne's position as a leading enabler for medical companies requiring advanced BioMEMS and microfluidic devices. Report

And Finally... Although printing organs and tissues may sound like science fiction, Wake Forest researchers have developed a device akin to the an office inkjet printer that can spray skin cells directly onto burn victims, quickly protecting the wound and serving as an alternative to skin grafts. Story