Can variations in your manufacturing processes impact your materials? Be sure to attend the MD&M West Tech Talk Panel, "Criteria for Choosing the Right Material for Your Device," to explore this possibility and others.
OEM medical and drug-delivery companies need to cover all the bases in mitigating risk when designing and manufacturing micro-sized devices, said Donna Bibber, vice president of business development at Isometric Micro Molding Inc. MD+DI spoke with...
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The medtech industry should abandon its last-century, manual approach to updating device history and follow the space industry’s ascent into cutting-edge solutions.
When considered at early stages, engineers can make electromagnetic compatibility an integral part of the design approach.
Amid an outbreak of infectious diseases, porous polymer components could help ensure the efficacy of samples while simultaneously protecting healthcare providers.
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ECRI Institute outlines the Top 10 Health Technology Hazards for 2020.
Machining metals is one of the best ways to ensure companies remain competitive in manufacturing.
Lou Zhang, chief data scientist at MachineMetrics, explains the automation challenges facing the medical device industry and how using IIoT might help.