Development
Nov 18, 2016
A new process for creating instructions for use for medical devices cuts down on the time-consuming and costly steps of the cycle by asking end users for more...
Nov 15, 2016
Harvard researcher Conor Walsh—a 2016 Rolex Award Laureate—discusses his team's development of a soft, wearable exosuit for people with physical impairments....
Nov 14, 2016
A pilot project focused on Parkinson's disease will use patient preference and risk tolerance to set statistical significance levels in clinical trial design....
Nov 04, 2016
An expert details the Critical Feature Confirmation (CFC) process, which enables non-experts to offer input on a new medical device design without determining...
Nov 03, 2016
Designing and testing devices using 3-D physical simulation is a key part of developing a commercial product. Steve Levine The Living Heart Project enables...
Nov 01, 2016
There is still hope for device-based treatments for drug-resistant hypertension. Here, a few of the approaches being pursued and the lessons learned from the...
Oct 27, 2016
The clinicians and researchers at the Cleveland Clinic are calling it—these will be the most important breakthroughs to impact 2017. Every year, the...
Oct 26, 2016
The prospects of TMVR devices rely on careful endpoint measurement and enrollment. David Novotny Transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) is one of the...
Oct 21, 2016
Experts explain how thermal imaging cameras can be used to debug complex circuit boards, a tricky, time-consuming part of medical device development. ...
Oct 20, 2016
Practicing human-centered design in medical device development ensures user concerns are resolved in the final product. Carol Stillman For those of us living...