The ASCA Pilot is intended to provide increased confidence in testing results from ASCA-accredited testing laboratories, as well as decrease the burden of individual premarket submissions when manufacturers rely on testing completed by ASCA-accredited testing laboratories.
The FDA recently issued four final guidance documents governing 510(k) regulatory submissions, covering the Special, Abbreviated and Traditional 510(k) pathways, as well as the Refuse to Accept Policy for 510(k)s.
This is the second part of a two-part article exploring various types of prefilled syringes (PFSs) for biopharmaceutical products. Part 1 looked at needle-free and dual-chamber prefilled syringes. Part 2 examines the various aspects of prefilled syringes with staked-in needles and their impacts.
This article answers the question, “how can lean thinking be applied to areas like QARs, QC tests, and document control procedures to remove waste while still adhering to regulations?”
Advances in sensors, smartphones, communications, and analytics give developers new tools to build creative and powerful applications that promise to improve health outcomes and reduce healthcare costs.
As component sizes for medical devices shrink to micron size, conventional machining may not be the most efficient or consistent method for manufacturing. Learn why Micro-MIM is preferred for components with tight tolerances at high volumes.
Sustaining engineering enables the developer to plan ahead, getting the development and design of the device done right the first time, and smoothing the transition to manufacturing. KMC's executive director of engineering, Scott Leon, weighs in on the subject.
The business pain of switching suppliers, both in terms of costs and revalidation time, heightens the importance of making the right decision the first time.
Micromolding requires a high level of intimacy and attention to detail to be successful over the long run, so it’s important to work with micromolder with the capability, scalability, and sustainability to get a product from the design stage all the way to high-quality mass production.
In the age of connectivity and precision medicine, cybersecurity has taken on critical importance in medical technology development. Software intrusions can risk patients’ health and well-being, as well as their personal data. Device designers must balance these concerns against healthcare provider and patient demand for more connectivity, more access to information, and more ease of use. In this free collection of articles, Med Device Online has collected insights from some of the cybersecurity experts among our editorial contributors.More Content Collections