By Steve Howard, Perforce Software, and James Thomas, Creo Medical
While the adoption of coding standards in medical device development lags behind other industries focused on functional safety, such standards’ use is progressively increasing as their value in risk mitigation and efficient product development is recognized.
In this paper, Lindsay Mann, director of marketing for MTD Micro Molding, tells MD+DI that about 25 percent of the micro medical device components they produce are for miniaturized devices. This article also gives an update on miniaturization, including recent advancements in materials and manufacturing.
When selecting a CMO, it’s important to look at organizational alignment, senior leadership engagement, program management, commitment to projects large and small, and processes in place to manage risk.
By Dr. Frank Gindele and Dr. Thomas Zetterer,SCHOTT North America Inc.
Medical device manufacturers and designers must overcome various challenges to succeed in an expanding global marketplace, challenged along the way by aspects of design, research, validation, and bringing their devices to a competitive market in a cost-effective manner.
The gate theory of pain states that before reaching the brain, pain messages pass through a series of nerve “gates” in the spinal cord. This white paper discusses TENS technology, how it works, and the advantages this treatment has over alternative pain management techniques.
Brushless motors have gained greater acceptance in industry for a wider range of applications previously dominated by brush commutated products. At the same time, manufacturers have further sought to challenge conventional wisdom by improving brushless motor design.