STOCKHOLM – SCA says it has won an important victory in its seven-year patent infringement case against First Quality Products.
MUNDELEIN, Ill. – Medline has invested an additional $60 million to increase manufacturing of incontinence products at its Lithia Springs, Ga., facility.
PHILADELPHIA – SCA is poised to launch Tena Identifi, a new sensor-based technology for continence care, in the U.S., the manufacturer announced this week. The technology is in the final stages of regulatory clearance, according to a press release.
BOLINGBROOK, Ill. – People purchasing incontinence products look at comfort, capacity and cost, a new survey by Allegro Medical has found.
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