Most mHealth does not have to meet the FDA requirements for application of human factors and usability engineering. Thus – to date -- the processes used to design and assess mHealth have been widely variable and developer dependent.
Partnering with an experienced micromolder who can offer design input and has advanced equipment and tooling capabilities can help manufacturers create innovative and complex optical-based components for medical instruments.
This article discusses the difference between sterility assurance levels and log reduction related to the effectiveness of a sterilization process, and how to use one measurement to calculate the other.
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.
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FLIR Systems, Inc - Research & Science
This application note describes how researchers from the clinical research center of Charité Berlin use a thermal imaging camera from FLIR to analyze and objectify the body’s response to various allergens.