Nigel Syrotuck is mechanical engineering team lead for StarFish Medical, a medical device design company headquartered in Victoria, British Columbia.
The EU regulation may have been around for more than a decade, but there is still a lot for medtech to learn.
It’s easy to envision the roles implantable sensors could perform. But is it too hard to overcome the risks?
By understanding a medical device’s intended use case and environment, designers can pursue opportunities without complicating requirements documentation.
These medical devices are on a commercialization track to heal the patient of tomorrow in a way that’s substantially better than previous offerings.
Here are two technologies that you may not immediately connect with healthcare applications, but that could make a big splash in the upcoming years in medical devices.
This primer will help medical device manufacturers that are already familiar with RoHS gain a better understanding of the European Chemical Agency’s REACH legislation.