A simple design that eases use can overcome challenges faced when changing established medical procedures, said a winner of the 2018 Medical Design Excellence Awards.
Using a prototype to do some informal bench testing will help you write clear and objective design inputs, according to an expert speaking at MD&M Minneapolis.
Your design may not be a breakthrough, but could it help you break free from some regulatory burden?
An industry expert shares a few tips on how to be proactive when it comes to evaluating and improving product performance.
An expert in quality management discusses the importance of a quality design plan and how to map out a path to success for device makers.
What happens when you put a former Nike designer, top clinicians, and biomedical engineers in a room with a blank sheet of paper and the goal of raising convenience for nurses and lowering healthcare costs?
A team approach to design offers many benefits, and one member of that team—a machinist—can provide valuable insight.
An expert from Boston Scientific shares insights to help you understand your users and answers questions from industry peers on design validation.
Prescient Medical developed CleanCision, an active cleansing technology used to prevent surgical infections.
An industry expert talks about new autoinjector designs that can address the specific wants and needs of individual patients.
By understanding a medical device’s intended use case and environment, designers can pursue opportunities without complicating requirements documentation.
A live demonstration of formative usability testing at MD&M East aims to share best practices and answer attendee questions.