For a holistic approach to successful design, integrate as many engineering disciplines into the design cycle and keep an eye on materials science and connectivity advances.
By applying predictive analytics, medical device companies can make a shift to a proactive mode to avoid potential problems before they happen, according to an expert in business strategy and software engineering.
Anti-counterfeiting poses a challenge for medical equipment OEMs. However, newer technology ushers in a problem solver hard to beat.
Using the latest in virtual and augmented reality technology, an award winning medical technology company is creating lifelike video game simulations to help train physicians and improve diagnosis and treatment methods.
The MPN method can be useful when traditional bioburden tests won’t work, but it must be clearly understood and carefully implemented.
Under pressure to produce high-quality metal components and manage costs, contract manufacturers could benefit from an alternative to other means of forming.
The new implant was specifically designed to simplify key stages of spinal fusion surgery to help restore spinal disc height between two vertebrae.
Could force sensors provide the necessary human-like touchpoints for smart-connected medical devices?
By 2020, new medical device products distributed within Europe must comply with the new European Medical Device Regulation. Is your company ready?
OmniVision revealed two new partnerships at MD&M East that will help propel it further into the ever-changing healthcare market.
Where is the evolution of LSR use—for molders, formulators, and especially designers and device engineers—headed in the coming years?