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Regardless of the indication, the technology, or the manufacturing process, all medical devices face thorough testing regimens to ensure they function as designed. There’s no room for error with any medical device, whether a low-tech orthopedic knee brace or a life saving pacemaker. The patient relying on the device they are using needs it to work perfectly.LISTED UNDER: Analyzers | Camera | Catheter Testing Equipment
Here at Uson, we are obsessed with leak testing methods. One problem that we see often, particularly in the medical device industry, is the widespread belief that one type of leak test method is inherently better for nearly all applications. This is simply not true and the misinformation seems to have taken on a life of its own.LISTED UNDER: Leak Testing
Dating and leak testing—how could these possibly be related? Whether you are single or married, you no doubt know someone or are someone who has tried to find a date in today’s world—on the Internet, in a bar, church social, or a favorite cousin’s dinner table.LISTED UNDER: Leak Testing
Vacuum Instrument introduced their first portable hydrogen mass spectrometer leak detectors for testing the integrity of components, systems, and parts using hydrogen leak detection techniques.LISTED UNDER: Leak Testing
The laws of physics that determine the best match leak test methods have not changed. What has changed is the technology available—both the leak testers and the automation for full or semi-automated test and assembly machinery—that make one or another leak tester the best match technology. This article reviews five factors that need to be considered to ensure the best choice is made.LISTED UNDER: Leak Testing | Cleanroom Assembly | Control
Question 1: What are the common missteps OEMs make when planning a testing solution for their medical devices?LISTED UNDER: Clinical Testing | Medical Device Testing | Other Testing Services
Early this year the Washington Post reported, “In 2010, U.S. manufacturers produced nearly $1.8 trillion in goods (in constant 2005 dollars), about $100 billion more than China did.”LISTED UNDER: Leak Testing | Medical Device Testing | Product Design
Sometimes I wonder if the publishers of instrument specifications think they are writing fairy tales for children. That would be a kind explanation…LISTED UNDER: Leak Testing | Medical Device Testing
Once a new medical device idea is formulated, what is the critical first step to help ensure its success through to market launch?LISTED UNDER: Power Supplies | Leak Testing | Medical Device Testing
How are you influencing portable medical devices?LISTED UNDER: Vacuum | Injection Molding | Control
Global medical device manufacturers seeking to eliminate the risk of releasing defective products to market that do not adhere to the device’s leak rate specifications can now rely on...LISTED UNDER: Services | Leak Testing | Medical Device Testing
With the variety of tasks a cardiac catheter must accomplish, testing them to ensure safety and reliability is of critical importance. However, due to the range of tests that must be completed on them, this process can be lengthy and challenging. This article highlights the difficulties that can be encountered and offers a solution in the form of a new testing system.LISTED UNDER: Leak Testing | Medical Device Testing
Finding the best connections between parts to be leak tested and leak detection equipment is an inherent challenge to leak test system designs. Flat pad surface seals have a potential to mask leakage by holding parts together with leaking seams. Autocouplers that seal catheters at the distal end are a good example of best practice sealing devices for several reasons.LISTED UNDER: Control | Flow | Fittings
How are you influencing implantable devices?LISTED UNDER: Injection Molding | Actuators | Micro Molding