Newsletter | June 14, 2022

06.14.22 -- How Does Pursuing ESG Measures Give My Medtech A Competitive Edge?

 
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Selecting The Right Tooling For High-Quality, Cost-Effective Molded Parts

Using the right combination of tooling and design for injection-molded parts will help ensure high-quality and cost-effective manufacturing.

Bringing Next-Generation Wearable Drug Delivery Solutions To Market

A collaboration has been founded on the principal of bringing to market wearable injection solutions for the simple and efficient subcutaneous administration of large-volume and high-viscosity medications.

Most Common Reasons For FDA Form 483 Observations And Warning Letters In Medical Device Environments

When the FDA conducts regulatory inspections, issues that are considered objectionable conditions or compliance violations by FDA inspectors are itemized in a Form 483 or a warning letter. In this article, we help you understand the FDA’s updated approach to medical device regulation and provide information about inspection observations so that you can more easily identify and mitigate compliance issues.

The Importance Of Accurately Measuring Moisture Content Of Plastic Resin

ASTM standard D6869 is the benchmark for measuring the moisture content of plastic resin. However, its stipulation on the use of Karl Fischer (KF) titration as the applicable standard method makes it an expensive option and requires the use of toxic chemicals utilized by a trained chemist. Learn more about the Mark 3 High Performance Moisture Analyzer that can be programmed with methods for all the resins manufacturers commonly process.

How Thin Can We Go?

One of the most common questions from medical OEMs seems simple: How thin can we go? But the answer is: it depends. One of the main factors is material choice. While there may be many questions involved in figuring out how thin you can go, this article offers some insights.

Tech Talk: LFN Series Solenoid Valve

The Lee Company's solenoid valve features a unique flow path geometry and fast switching response that allow for a fully swept volume to ensure sample integrity and test processing efficiency. Furthermore, the LFN Series is constructed of inert materials to further enhance system performance and compatibility with a broad range of assays.

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