In this segment of Ask the Experts, James Thompson of Siemens responds to questions about how digital infrastructure is leading the way in medical device advancements and innovation.
A discussion with Peter Willemse about how configure, price, quote (CPQ) software can help medical device manufacturers deal with the nuances of everyday challenges and continue to drive revenue and increase profit margins.
A discussion with Geoff Wood about the advantages offered by having a pre-assessment before a Stage 1 and 2 Initial Audit.
Beyond simply allowing for broader yet more efficient searches, leveraging software to automate literature reviews can organize references, assign screeners, and review screening decisions. This saves time, reduces bottlenecks, and, most importantly, leads to a highly transparent, standardized, and repeatable process that supports continuous CER and PER submissions across a product portfolio and for the life of a device.
Surface science sheds light on certain properties to help interpret and precisely control these behaviors, allowing OEMs to innovate with confidence.
Pharma and Tech Working in Sync to Enhance Health.
Manufacturing microfluidic devices requires sophisticated techniques.
Skin is an ever-changing organ. Its complexity makes it a challenge when designing wearable devices. When you design adhesives and devices that are made to stick to skin, there’s a lot to consider. Start your design with skin in mind. Learn more by reading “Meeting the challenges of skin.”
Skin is a window—it can indicate our overall health. And when it’s damaged, it can hurt both psychologically and physically.
The requirements an adhesive must fulfill to hold your device to it safely provide a myriad of opportunities to fail.