Managing how a material can affect a device’s success starts with a strong, collaborative relationship with your materials supplier, which can help prevent a myriad of issues throughout the development of medical devices.
User needs and expectations continue to advance. Medical device technology needs to keep pace. For a successful design, take the following requirements into consideration.
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.”
To make the most accurate strips possible, it is important to be aware of issues that can arise during a test strip’s lifecycle.
Skin is the largest organ in the body and as such it is critical to the maintenance of our bodies.
Adhesives are ubiquitous. With virtually limitless applications, the retail stick-to skin market is a good choice for companies looking to expand their product offerings.
It’s the body’s first line of defense, and this important organ should not be an afterthought.
A brief look at the science behind the test strip.
While the road to bringing a medical device to market is often bumpy, working with an experienced and knowledgeable partner can help navigate the process and potentially avoid some of the bumps.