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Whether you’re trying to coax a toddler into taking cough medicine or puzzling out how best to introduce a large-molecule biologic, each drug delivery scenario presents unique challenges. Teams developing the drug must work hand-in-hand with teams developing the delivery device, ultimately agreeing on the proper combination of elements to best serve the intended patient pool — a process that weaves together decisions concerning biocompatibility, container size and shape, delivery mechanism, human factors engineering, and countless other elements. In this eBook, our editors have assembled insights from some of the experts in this field among our editorial contributors.
This eBook is a collection of articles from the Data Integrity In The Life Sciences series, the purpose of which is to highlight contemporary insights and relationships to key quality systems in order to elevate the most important topics and advance improvements in the collective quality culture.
In the age of connectivity and precision medicine, cybersecurity has taken on critical importance in medical technology development. Software intrusions can risk patients’ health and well-being, as well as their personal data. Device designers must balance these concerns against healthcare provider and patient demand for more connectivity, more access to information, and more ease of use. In this free collection of articles, Med Device Online has collected insights from some of the cybersecurity experts among our editorial contributors.
Drug delivery devices and combination products are evolving by the day —more compact and portable, more user-friendly, more robust, and more accessible to varied patient populations than ever before. In this eBook, Med Device Online has collected wisdom from some of the experts in this field among our editorial contributors.
3D printing is establishing its criticality to the life sciences industry more every day. Used to create anatomically precise models for surgery preparation, to craft prostheses and medtech prototypes, and now even proving its salt as a viable option for mass-produced components, the ceiling for this technology is limitless. In this eBook, Med Device Online has assembled insights from some of the experts in this field among our editorial contributors.
What is our readers’ greatest shared concern? Demystifying the constantly evolving regulatory landscape each medical device must navigate before it can help patients. Learn more in this free collection of articles highlighting how regulatory confusion can be time-consuming, costly, and damaging to your brand.