A look at the pros and cons of connected medical devices.
As medical technological capabilities increase along with the proliferation of embedded systems and IoT, cybersecurity is becoming a very real risk for the medical industry. While securing the whole medical device industry may seem like an insurmountable task, the combination of education, regulation and technology is a good first step toward protecting our most critical infrastructure from attack.
Early-stage companies are seeking cures for diseases from heart conditions to skin cancer.
As standards around interoperability emerge, now may be the time to look at the benefits of connected technologies.
Validation is an obstacle to implementing technology. A streamlined approach is necessary.
A variety of factors should inform your device marketing strategy.
Sharing more information with design partners on device function and its inherent risks can help guide better decisions during the product development process, and keep patients safer.
When ferromagnetic objects enter an MRI suite, they become a serious hazard – here’s how to prevent them from getting in.
There are too many unique needs on the part of both manufacturers and providers. More collaboration is needed.
Outdated technology in infusion pumps has led to persistent infusion-related errors and costly workplace inefficiencies. A new paradigm in adaptive pump design that addresses external factors is needed to optimize patient safety and clinical workflow.