How the Device Industry Looks from the MDM West Floor

By Joe Pustka, USON (www.uson.com)Standing in our booth where we are now debuting the recently unveiled Optima vT Leak and Flow Tester---here’s my report on how the medical device industry looks today—BUSY! There is a lot of foot traffic at this show this year. Everyone is here—some in ties and suits and some in jeans and sneakers. All hats in the industry—it seems everyone is here.

February 15, 2012

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How the Device Industry Looks from the MDM West Floor

By Joe Pustka, USON (www.uson.com)

Standing in our booth where we are now debuting the recently unveiled Optima vT Leak and Flow Tester---here’s my report on how the medical device industry looks today—BUSY! There is a lot of foot traffic at this show this year. Everyone is here—some in ties and suits and some in jeans and sneakers. All hats in the industry—it seems everyone is here.

What’s new? So far one trend I spot is that our customers coming by the booth are looking for worldwide standardization of data. They have leak detectors in Asia and leak detection equipment in the USA—and they want all data totally synchronized. This isn’t a totally new phenomena-- --but it is standing out as more of a top of mind concern among device manufacturers visiting Uson’s booth.

The show is not yet at the half way mark--- stay tuned…

Putska (pictured on the above ight) is a medical device leak testing technical support manager for Uson, which first developed high accuracy leak testing methods for NASA, and since 1963 has specialized in leak detection, leak testing, and non-destructive testing for the medical device and medical packaging industries, among others. Putska works with medical device companies throughout North and Central America and has worked with Uson in various technical capacities since 1980.

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