Medical Device Design & Development


Stop Inspecting For Quality — Start Building It.

QC/QA activities that occur too late in the process or rely on a siloed team of inspectors can lead to significant waste and costs. Here’s the approach you should be using.

A Critical Analysis Of FDA Human Factors IFU Guidance For Drug Delivery Devices

Drug administration by lay users is becoming more common. Is current FDA guidance viable for demonstrating safe and effective use for critical devices and systems? No.

AI-Enabled Medical Devices In India: Opportunities And Challenges

India holds a lot of promise for the medical device sector. But can its regulations catch up with the with growing concerns about AI, security, and bias risks?

Integrating Quality Processes And Documentation After A Merger

If your company is undergoing a merger, you must juggle operations while ensuring minimal disruptions. You'll need a holistic view of QMS and SOPs to harmonize procedures.


How To Select An RFID Partner To Enhance Your Medical Devices

Discover RFID's advantages in medical devices, guidance for supplier selection, and success stories from healthcare's RFID integration, offering valuable insights and practical examples.

15 Reasons To Implement RFID In Medical Devices

Discover the importance of integrating RFID technology into medical devices for improved tracking, supply chain management, and patient safety — enhancing security, traceability, and compatibility.

Non-Magnetic Trimmer Capacitors For In-Suite Or Portable MRI Machines

Explore the types of non-magnetic surface-mount device (SMD) capacitors, including trimmer capacitors, that are crucial for maintaining reliability and optimal performance in POC MRI machines.

Preventing IP Theft In Medtech Manufacturing

Preventing IP theft in medtech manufacturing is crucial for both revenue and patient outcomes. Learn the essential questions to ask your partners, ensuring your designs remain confidential.


These high speed solenoid valves can dispense microliter and nanoliter volumes at up to 1200 Hz and are ideal for high throughput screening in medical devices, as well as drug discovery. They feature a 250 million cycle (minimum) lifetime, response times as fast as 0.25ms, and operating pressures up to 120 psi.

This 35 mm high x 80 mm wide stage offers reliable positioning in space-restricted medical device applications. The multi-axis platform can be used in normal or cleanroom environments and has selectable travels of 25, 50, 100, and 150 mm.

LED Fiber Optic Illuminators and Modules from Excelitas Technologies are based on state-of-the-art solid state lighting technology. These LED light sources are designed to couple high-intensity white light into fiber optic bundles for applications such as endoscopy, headlamps, microscopy, industrial borescopes, inspection systems, and machine vision. These LED-based products offer an energy-efficient, maintenance-free alternative to halogen and metal-halide lamp-based fiber optic illuminators.

The LFA series of solenoid valves are available in 2-way (normally closed) and 3-way soft tube ported configurations with printed circuit board (PCB) mount or lead wire connection options. Their compact size and ruggedized enclosure make them an ideal solution for air and gas flow in blood chemistry, ventilators, respirators, and blood pressure monitors.

Parker Precision Fluidics offers a line of miniature proportional valves used in medical devices requiring precision and high performance.  These miniature pumps offer a variety of features like a compact efficient design, low power, small size, and light weight ideal for medical device applications like patient monitoring, clinical diagnostics, analytical chemistry, portable gas detection, and medical instrumentation.