A recent project conducted by Northeastern graduate students looked at device recalls over the past five years and some of the common threads.
The use of such devices could result in patient injury or even death.
Long-term industry efforts are essential in closing the gaps in the device ecosystem.
Going paperless is easier than you think.
The technique enables the creation of a hydrogel model of a lung-mimicking air sac that delivers oxygen to surrounding blood vessels.
To make the most accurate strips possible, it is important to be aware of issues that can arise during a test strip’s lifecycle.
A recent report from Frost & Sullivan anticipates strong market growth but also points to opportunity for more vulnerabilities.
Risks related to balloon deflation, fragmentation and detachment could lead to serious adverse events, including death.
The future of medical technology is dependent on current engineering students and their mentors.
Bioengineering majors at Rice University are aiming to create a device the size of a wristwatch.