Newsletter | July 14, 2022

07.14.22 -- Overcome The 5 Common Medical Device Startup Challenges

 
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Considerations When Choosing A Biomaterial For Your Orthopedic Device: Part 1

In this two-part series from DSM Biomedical, Albert Llenas, the global marketing director orthopedics, discusses how to select appropriate materials when developing devices for rotator cuff repairs. Defining needs up front while working with a diversified biomaterials supplier, such as DSM Biomedical, enables companies to find a material that satisfies device performance requirements.

Precision Velocity Measurement: Canon Non-Contact Displacement Sensor

Non-contact sensing is invaluable in applications where measurements may be rendered unacceptably imprecise by slippage and poor speed management, or equipment or products may be damaged by contact.

Create An Effective Risk Management Program

Drug-device combination products are rapidly increasing in use, based on their numerous benefits. This article is a review of achieving performance and regulatory compliance for their successful development and commercialization.

Tech Talk - Xover Valve Gene Sequencing

Unlike traditional pinch valves, Xover is durable and does not require maintenance during its extensive life cycle. Inert materials in the flow path make the valve suitable for sequencing applications where chemical and biocompatibility are a concern.

Elements Of Design: Dealing With Suspect Parts

Injection molding has numerous key parameters that must tie together in order to make a repeatable molding process. Learn about a solution that utilizes cavity pressure curves, key process parameter tolerances, and automation to automatically reject parts that do not make the cut in the molding process.

Designing Safer Imaging And Medical Devices

The life sciences industry is poised to undergo a rapid transformation as regulatory agencies are aggressively opening the door wider to the use of computer modeling and simulation results as evidence in submissions. This webinar will explore how modeling and simulation are able to reduce time and costs and accelerate innovation to achieve the ultimate goal of improving patient outcomes.

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Webinar: The Importance Of High Reliability For Medical Implantable Devices
 

When it comes to implantable medical devices, the cost of failure is extremely high, both in terms of monetary costs and potential human risks. Therefore, ensuring high reliability for all parts, including passive electronic components such as capacitors, required for these devices is critical.

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