Newsletter | November 3, 2020

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Strategic Prototyping For Human-Factors Engineering

Human-factors engineering (HFE) is gaining increasing attention, especially in the context of medical device product development. As technologies evolve, therapies advance, and devices become more complex, so does the role of HFE increase in priority.

Helping Light-Based Medical Diagnostic Technologies Shine During A Pandemic

COVID-19 and other pandemics increase the need for light-based medical instruments such as airway endoscopes and in vitro diagnostic devices while also bringing a wave of innovation in these areas.

Minimizing Uncertainty Throughout The Development Lifecycle

To address the complex and ever-changing regulatory, analytical, and manufacturing needs of combination products, West can help build an integrated plan that captures the interdependencies early on and manages them throughout the complete lifecycle.

Prototype Tooling Can Help Avoid Product Launch Delays And Cost Overruns

The process for launching a product with an injection-molded component has continuously developed over decades. Prototype tooling plays an important role in this process.

How Shorter Needles With Thinner Walls Are Set To Improve The Injection Experience In Chronic Care

See how new prefillable, glass-based syringes with shorter, 8 mm needles and thinner wall cannula technology are set to improve the injection experience for subcutaneous drug delivery in chronic care.

How To Utilize Extrusion To Optimize Processing And Supply Of High-Quality Tubes For Use With Stents, Scaffolds, And Other Medical Devices

This interview with Dr. Thiago Borges covers how to utilize extrusion to optimize the processing and supply of high-quality tubes for use in stents, scaffolds, and other medical devices.

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