Appoints New Engineering Director, Process Engineer and Senior Technical Specialist to Support Innovative Textile Product Development Cortland, NY, July 13, 2021 – Cortland Biomedical, a full-service medical textiles product development partner that provides access to a full-spectrum of global engineering, design and manufacturing capabilities, today announced the appointment of three new...

A wide range of high-performance textile materials exists, such as Ultra-High Molecular Weight Polyethylene (UHMWPE), Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE), Polyester (PET), Polypropylene (PP), Liquid Crystal Polymer (LCP), and more. With so many material options available, biomedical textile engineers can and should add value for their medical device OEM customers by guiding them...

Cortland Biomedical recently completed the move to an enhanced, 35,000 sq. ft. manufacturing facility strategically designed for purpose with input from our medical device partners and our textile engineers. Construction on the state-of-the-art facility began in 2018, and the team has been conducting biomedical textile engineering and manufacturing operations between both...

Team Growth and New Facility Investments Reflect Ongoing Commitment to Disrupting the Status Quo for More Innovative Medical Textile Design Cortland, NY, April 27, 2021 - Cortland Biomedical, a full-service medical textiles product development partner that provides access to a full-spectrum of global engineering, design and manufacturing capabilities, is pleased to...

The neurovascular device market in the U.S. is expected to hit $1.07 billion in 2027 – up from $946.15 million in 2019 –according to a report from Allied Market Research. This encompasses embolization devices, revascularization devices, thrombectomy devices, embolic protection devices, and accessory devices for disease classifications including aneurysms (which...

Sports and other physical activities contribute to many injuries annually. Per 2019 statistics from the National Safety Council (NSC), there were nearly three million sports recreation-related injuries in the U.S. that year alone that required treatment in hospital emergency rooms. Exercise accounted for the most (468,000 injuries), followed by cycling...

In the January/February 2021 issue of Medical Product Outsourcing, Cortland Biomedical's John Greco discusses three areas where biomedical textiles have the potential to add significant innovation in the year ahead and beyond: orthopedics, cardiovascular, and robotic surgery. Read the article here. ...

Biomedical textiles are gaining significant momentum for use in medical devices to facilitate less invasive surgical procedures. Today, implantable biomedical textiles play a role in a wide range of products spanning orthopedics, cardiovascular, general surgery, sports medicine, surgical robotics – and many other applications. But despite their growing popularity, there...