Newsletter | November 17, 2022

11.17.22 -- India's New Drugs, Medical Devices, And Cosmetics Draft Bill 2022

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The Future Of Virtual Healthcare

The shift to virtual care is transforming healthcare. Thanks to ever-improving technologies and digital tools, virtual care was gaining traction before the COVID-19 pandemic, but it accelerated dramatically last year, as providers and patients sought ways to minimize the virus’ spread.

Streamline Medical Device Design By Engaging Early With An Expert Textile Component Supplier

Different considerations often apply to raw material selection, prototyping, and scale-up, and medical device manufacturers can be at a loss for where to start.

Precision Molding: Getting It Right The First Time

Precision injection molding ensures that, regardless of the annual production volumes, the process can be consistently repeatable. Learn the critical steps that need to be considered for success with an injection molding project in order to get the process right the first time.

As High-Tech Biomedical Devices Shrink, So Do The Optics

As the uses for optical technology for biomedical research and healthcare continue to grow, the desire for smaller light-based devices has manufacturers looking at micromoulding.

Keys To Driving Consistent Quality In Contract Manufacturing

Complex products and supply chains present plenty of opportunities for failure, especially when new products are being developed and launched. This article discusses key ingredients to robust and advanced quality planning that are essential to quality in contract manufacturing.

Tech Talk — Control Valves For Metabolic Monitoring

The Lee Company’s extensive offering of miniature two-way and three-way control valves are ideal for metabolic monitor designers looking for solenoid valves to feed sensors, mix gases, and vent to atmosphere. Several standard options for drive voltage, seal material, and mounting are available to facilitate easy integration into new and existing platforms.

Common Mistakes In Measuring Medical Optics And How To Avoid Them

Government regulations and health and safety standards guide the development process for optical medical devices from beginning to end. Unlike other industries where engineers can correct an optical design misstep after the prototype phase, governmental compliance, schedules, and budgets leave little room for changes or improvements after product introduction. Learn some of the key measuring mistakes to avoid ahead of time. 

Specialty LCP Compounds For Electronics Integration

In this article, Young Kim, Ph.D., senior principal engineer/chemist; Don DeMello, principal engineer field development; and Philip Wilson, Ph.D., marketing director medical, all of Celanese, discuss the benefits of recent advances in liquid crystal polymer for connected medical devices.

Selecting MLCCs That Meet The High-Reliability Requirements Of Medical Implantable Devices

Designing medical implantable devices for high reliability is crucial but not straightforward. These devices are typically made up of many parts, including a variety of components such as MLCCs.

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