Combining “fit, filtration and efficiency” is the key to enhancing protection and encouraging compliance.
While connected capabilities and wireless technology certainly lead to greater patient care, they also expose devices to greater cybersecurity risks.
With the rapid growth of life tech discoveries, there is a need to adapt the patent and regulatory frameworks governing the approval, use, and protection of such discoveries.
In a Q&A with Zipnosis, Catherine Murphy explains the uptick in telehealth visits and how it is changing the continuum of care.
Medical device companies are committing significant resources to the fight against Covid-19. Collaboration tools can help expedite product design while supporting evolving compliance standards.
Designers and manufacturers of both devices and software must conduct due diligence and ensure regulatory compliance in protecting user data.
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.
Cost justification and lack of material compatibility continue to create hurdles, but industry stakeholders have been coming together to help drive innovation.
As medical devices using software and wireless communication become more ubiquitous, hackers are becoming more advanced in their methods.