Medical Device Design & Development


  • 3 Steps For A Smarter Medtech Supply Chain

    Our medtech industry has a huge opportunity to make our supply chains “smarter" by making the most of digital technologies and data. But we need to work in an agile manner to adopt and scale technology. This article shares three main steps to take.

cGMPs For SaMDs

Unlike traditional medical devices, software as a medical device (SaMD) can blur the lines between the design and development stages and the production aspect of commercialization. So, what are the activities necessary for medtech manufacturers to be compliant with the traditional cGMP framework?

Medtech Cyber-Incidents: A Costlier Problem Than You Think

Harnessing advanced computing technologies gives medtech companies almost unlimited profit opportunities, but it also comes with almost unlimited liability from cyber-attacks. This article discusses different harmful events and their costly ramifications to your medtech company. Don't be underprepared for a cyber-attack.

ISO 8655:2022 “Piston-Operated Volumetric Apparatus” FAQs

Read the FAQs and learn, for example, what the revision of ISO contains and the differences with previous version. 

The Top 5 Trends To Watch In The Medical Device Industry

To respond to the unprecedented challenges presented by the pandemic, medical device providers have extensively implemented disruptive innovations in areas such as cybersecurity and 5G technologies. The article shares three additional trends in the space. All five trends will continue to drive innovation moving forward.


  • Overcoming Challenges With Metal Cerclage Cables

    Although, in many instances, metal cerclage cables work well, recently polymer cerclage cables have begun to take market share due to an accumulation of smaller benefits relative to traditional metallic cables.

Meeting The Unique Design Requirements For Leadless Pacemaker Electrical Components

In the last decade, Innovations in technology have led to the introduction of the leadless pacemaker, which is about 1/10th the size of a traditional pacemaker, or about the size of a vitamin.

Enabling Long Lasting Clinical Outcomes In Coronary Stenting

Polyester amides (PEAs) bring several desired and differentiating properties to Drug eluting stent (DES) applications for treating Coronary Heart Disease (CAD).

Choosing Wisely: Optimizing Medical Textiles To Enhance Cardiovascular Devices

New technologies and fabric modifications must be developed to meet both well-understood and emerging needs in the cardiovascular device space.

Successfully Navigating A Manufacturing Transfer During Global Disruptions

Manufacturing transfer always includes technical surprises, but difficulties as a result of inadequate communication or supply chain disruption can be minimized or eliminated through transparency and collaboration.


The LMI series of digital low differential pressure sensors are ideal for medical applications involving ventilators, spirometers, CPAP, sleep diagnostic equipment, nebulizers, oxygen conservers and concentrators, and insufflators/endoscopy.  They offer ultra-low pressure ranges from 25 to 2500 Pa (0.1 to 10 in H2o), and feature thermal flow measurement for increased sensitivity, high immunity to dust contamination, and humidity.

II-VI Optical Systems has increased its presence in the medical technology arena by applying their vast experience in precision space and defense technology to medical applications where that precision can lead to better diagnostic and therapeutic outcomes.

With decades of experience and a substantial capacity for producing kits, the B. Braun OEM Division is capable of packaging standard components with customers’ proprietary products to meet requirements of each medical procedure and application.

Corry Micronics' skilled Design Engineers, with many years of industry experience, are available for consultation whenever you experience any EMI / RFI issues...

Since our inception, complex thermoplastic injection molding has been a core competency at SMC. We specialize in programs that rely upon complex geometry and challenging quality requirements. Using “scientific molding” practices we assure premium components with each press cycle. With our vast array of molding options, we are confident we can align a process that best fits your medical device.

Caplugs offers the MSN-TCS Series of tethered silicone caps for protecting tubes and ports from contamination. The caps are constructed from USP class VI silicone, and are designed for easy removal and reapplication for a variety of medical procedures such as fluid draining.