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4 Steps in Selecting Fluid Connectors for Medical Devices and Equipment
The right choice improves patient safety, convenience, and performance.
August 28, 2023
1 Min Read
Connectors are sometimes thought to be a minor component of medical equipment, but they shouldn’t be an afterthought in the design process. They must be considered early in the process to satisfy aesthetic goals, performance (e.g., seal and flow), and patient safety objectives. Because the connector is usually the user’s primary interface with the device, it plays a key role in the design. This document explains how a well-designed connector enhances ease of use and overall satisfaction with the device.
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