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Biological Evaluation of Medical Devices

By Jan Peeters, Paul Malinovski
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The biological safety of a device is established for both short-term (acute) and longtime (chronic) safety risks to patients and device users. Medical device manufacturers must investigate their devices thoroughly to meet these expectations to receive approval to market their devices.

The biological safety of a device is established for both short-term (acute) and longtime (chronic) safety risks to patients and device users. Medical device manufacturers must investigate their devices thoroughly to meet these expectations to receive approval to market their devices.

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How Good is Good Enough? The Importance of Medical Device Performance Specifications

Telling the parent their child has a temperature of 38.674 °C may be an impressive engineering feat, but the last two digits have no real value and any time spent in development getting there was misspent.

Telling the parent their child has a temperature of 38.674 °C may be an impressive engineering feat, but the last two digits have no real value and any time spent in development getting there was misspent.

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