A team of Monash University biomedical engineering students has launched a global artificial heart competition to help combat one of the world’s biggest killers – heart failure.
Dean Troake, Principal Software Engineer explains how using code generation, accelerates control system prototyping.
In Australia recently, the deaths of three high profile people have brought home the realities of heart disease and heart attack. Hydrix explains the importance of preserving the Myocardium.
To help children like Nash, medical device company Navi Medical Technologies, together with development input from Hydrix, is developing the Neonav®, an ECG Tip Location System.
Hydrix is proud to have collaborated with REDARC on the development of GoBlock a portable power system, which has been awarded one Good Design Award.
Hydrix is proud to have collaborated with ANSTO on the development CORIS360®, an advanced radiation imaging solution, which has been awarded two Gold Good Design Awards
Hydrix, a leader in the design and development of cardiovascular device technologies is thrilled to announce that its LUDO platform has won a Good Design Award for product design excellence.
Announcement - Hydrix is pleased to announce it has been accepted as a member of the Ventri Clinical network, Australia’s Gateway for Cardiovascular Medtech Innovation.
LUDO is a custom tailored plug-and-play pump controller platform for MCS developers, built on proven safety critical architecture.
Joshan Joy explains the importance of how to stay approved: Why compliance with changing global post-market requirements matters.
Angel Medical Systems has completed its first commercial implantation in the USA of the Guardian device.
AngelMed receives USA FDA approval for the Guardian® device.
Hydrix to submit local regulatory approval applications.