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Gamidor launches new website

We are really excited to launch our new look website. The new simplified structure will allow users to quickly find the information they need and to easily contact us. If you are looking for support for your medical device, please get in touch service@gamidor.co.uk

Omniguide

We are delighted to announce that Gamidor is working together with OmniGuide to deliver high quality field service for their advanced surgical systems. Together with our partners from www.timant.co.uk we will be help to support OmniGuide with their CO2 lasers and FMX Ferromagnetic range.

Gamidor received certification for ISO 9001:2015

We are thrilled to be re-certified to the latest 2015 standard. We live and breathe our quality management system, using it to drive continuous improvement, so we can deliver the best possible experience to our customers.

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  • Electrospinning Drug Delivery Bandages Directly Onto Wounds
    Posted on Thursday November 14, 2019

    Electrospinning is a maturing manufacturing technology that is already being used in medicine to produce unusual materials with novel properties. It involves melting a polymer and extruding it through a narrow nozzle, while an electric field is used to pull and spin the polymer into a very fine mesh. When a biocompatible polymer is used, […]

  • Butterfly Network Expands Applications for Smartphone-Connected Ultrasound: Interview
    Posted on Thursday November 14, 2019

    Butterfly Network, the digital health unicorn democratizing medical imaging, is continuing to add new applications for its handheld, single probe, smartphone-connected ultrasound technology. The Butterfly iQ, the multi-purpose pocket-sized ultrasound, won FDA clearance a couple years ago and earlier this year received the CE Mark, clearing it for distribution in Europe. The innovation found within […]

  • Chemo-Loaded Nanoparticles Piggyback on Red Blood Cells to Treat Lung Cancer
    Posted on Thursday November 14, 2019

    Scientists at Harvard’s Wyss Institute have developed a technique to deliver chemotherapy to the lungs using red blood cells. The method involves binding chemotherapy-loaded nanoparticles to red blood cells, which are then injected into the bloodstream. Once the red blood cells reach the lungs they have to squeeze through the small capillaries and the resulting […]

  • MRI Maps to Track Effectiveness of Drug Releasing Implants
    Posted on Thursday November 14, 2019

    Drug-releasing implants may have significant benefits for treating a variety of diseases. They’re already used in a few limited applications, but wider implementation has proven to be challenging because it is difficult to know how a drug moves through the implant and into the surrounding tissues. Now, researchers at Purdue University have developed a way […]

  • Surgeons Succeed In Implanting Donor Kidney Using Robot Through Single Port
    Posted on Wednesday November 13, 2019

    Surgeons at the Cleveland Clinic managed to implant a donor kidney into a patient using a surgical robot, and all through one small incision. The technique, in which instruments as well as the donor kidney can be passed through a four centimeter (1.6 inch) wide incision, is designed to make it easier to perform transplants […]