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Connecting the Digital Dentistry Revolution

April 4, 2008 12:08 pm | Omnetics Connector Corp. | Comments

The Project: Determine the best method with which to attach the image sensors of an intraoral camera. The Solution: Use a miniature connector that employs a split pin contact to ensure high signal integrity. By Joe Held Joe Held is the Asia Pacific sales manager for Omnetics Connector Corp.

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Sensitive to the Touch

April 4, 2008 10:26 am | Comments

The Project: Create a realistic, virtual reality simulation with which doctors and students can practice a knee arthroscopy procedure. The Solution: Use two off-the-shelf haptic devices instead of a computer mouse, and a haptics software development kit to touch-enable the procedure.

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Miniature Motors Deliver Big Performance for Medical Analyzers

April 4, 2008 8:41 am | Comments

Selecting the right motor to control the movements of a medical analyzer can be difficult given the range of options available to designers.

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8 Keys to Success for an Outsourced Design

April 4, 2008 7:18 am | Helix Medical, Norman Noble, Inc., Teleflex Medical OEM, Memry Corp., Peridot Corp. Precision Manufacturing | Comments

From critical design errors to poor communication, outsourcing solution providers have experienced the gamut of problems from working with medical device clients who don't always know the best route to take to ensure a product's success.

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Design a Tourniquet, Double Time!

March 11, 2008 9:56 am | Product Design Labs Llc | Comments

The Project: Design a tourniquet in a little over two weeks that needs to offer exceptional strength and durability, while also enabling ease of use.

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Maintain Compliance and Ensure Safety through Efficient Label Design

March 11, 2008 9:50 am | Comments

Safety labels seem like a basic enough component of a product to not warrant serious consideration, but for medical device manufacturers, that type of thinking could lead to serious consequences.

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Biomedical Engineering Fuels Innovation in Combination Product Development

March 11, 2008 9:38 am | Comments

The market for combination products is rapidly increasing in size and reaching across more medical sectors with each new advancement.

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Don't Get Stuck With the Wrong Adhesive Supplier

March 11, 2008 9:34 am | Comments

Adhesive technology is critical to many aspects of medical device technology, from securing components within a finished device to adhering wound care products or electrical pads directly to a patient's skin.

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Sticky Silicone

March 11, 2008 7:33 am | Comments

Silicone gel pressure sensitive adhesives are offering a revolutionary solution to applications such as medical device attachment and wound care.

The Piezo Solution for Vital Signs Monitoring

March 11, 2008 7:01 am | Comments

The unique properties of piezo film as a dynamic strain sensor make it particularly well-suited to the detection of vital signs, whether mounted in direct contact with the skin or mechanically coupled through intervening layers.

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RTOS Platform Preserves Proven IP and Enables New Features

March 11, 2008 6:31 am | Comments

The Project: Preserve prior IP investments in long-lifecycle applications while also enabling new features to be introduced without compatibility issues.

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Pharmaceuticals Charging Through

March 11, 2008 5:50 am | Comments

Transdermal drug delivery offers numerous advantages over other more commonly used techniques. However, the size of a pharmaceutical’s molecules has traditionally been a limiting factor in terms of the type of drug that could benefit from this method.

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Simplifying Design Transfer

February 15, 2008 9:26 am | Comments

Establishing clear and efficient communication as part of the design transfer process can be a key component to decreasing the time it takes to bring a product to market.

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Ensuring Success With Medical Reverse Logistics

February 15, 2008 6:56 am | Craters & Freighters | Comments

Worldwide demand for quality medical equipment ensures that many device manufacturers will have to engage in a reverse logistics scenario in order to extract the greatest potential from their products.

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Do You Have This Implant in My Size?

February 15, 2008 6:25 am | Comments

A breakthrough technology uses CAD functionality to convert CT and MRI scans into individualized, minimally invasive articular replacement systems. The end result, customizable orthopedic implants, could become much more commonplace for patients who require this type of treatment.

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