For 3D printing to thrive in the medical device space, the use of biomaterials must be expanded.
The University of Central Florida and Limbitless Solutions partner to develop the technology and move it into commercialization.
As additive manufacturing comes to the forefront as a disruptive technology, industry continues to speculate about how liability will be shared.
Developing next-generation technology for medical devices is only half the battle when it comes to being first to market in today’s fast-paced global environment.
FDA has granted a first-of-its-kind expanded approval for Medtronic’s CoreValve System for valve-in-valve replacement.
NC State Industrial & Systems Engineering research team arms orthopedic implants with battery-activated nanotechnology.
Most international medical device companies work with Asian distributors to sell their products in the local marketplace. Finding, qualifying, and signing up the right distributors is an important job since these distributors will sell your products locally. Another key aspect is who holds the registration.
Using a checklist to find the best outsourced partner to develop your medical device can help reduce errors, increase safety and ultimately improve performance outcomes.
From contacts and sealing, to cable assembly requirements and miniaturization, here’s a step-by-step guide for engineers to help them ask the right questions as they determine connectors they will be need for their devices.
This technology is poised to deliver cost benefits and advance innovation in manufacturing, and companies will have to focus on replacing old protocols relying on extensive up-front testing and validation of traditional production tools, and understand steps needed to satisfy their quality requirements in the future, describes a new McKinsey report.