Pulse of Innovation On the cover: Just a few of the latest innovations addressing the needs for device technology in the cardiovascular sector.
EH&E, a leading provider of health, safety, and engineering consulting services, has introduced an environmental health and safety compliance support site specifically designed for companies containing laboratory space.
DDLa package, product, and material testing labhas launched a new website as an educational resource for manufacturers and packaging professionals.
Many medical device firms receive Form 483 citations from the FDA because of issues related to quality audits, corrective and preventive actions, employee training records, documentation control, etc.
Sensor buyers can obtain a better understanding of how to evaluate sensor costs by reviewing a white paper available at no charge.
This “Dispensing Components QC Checklist” features 15 simple checks to help users of air-powered and mechanical fluid dispensers achieve better process control, reduce waste, and increase productivity.
Medwave Inc.an innovator in sensor-based, non-invasive blood pressure measuring solutionshas selected the Kaon Advisor to showcase the Primo non-invasive blood pressure (NIBP) monitoring system.
While most companies try to solve healthcare design challenges as they arise, GE Plastics is a company that sees global application technology (GApT) and design as a major competitive advantage as it accelerates expansion of GApT capabilities worldwide.
A mechanical engineer at Purdue University is teaming up with medical doctors in research aimed at developing less expensive, portable, and versatile surgical robots that could become more common in operating rooms.
In the ongoing movement to establish more wireless options for medical devices, concerns over adequate power sources become a primary issue for manufacturers. This exclusive article will examine Lithium-ion technology and analyze the essential components of the battery pack. By Dr.
The Project: Streamline the document management and retrieval processes to enable a more efficient regulatory compliance protocol. The Solution: Implement an electronic product lifecycle management solution to manage product-related information.
The Project: Create an alternative to the inspection protocols that rely on a human operator to verify the quality of electrosurgery electrodes. The Solution: Develop a 100% automated inspection system, that maintains rapid throughput, to ensure consistent results.
The Project : Create a device to enable the high speed digital scanning of slides for use in virtual microscopy. The Solution: Use precision motion control components to ensure extremely high resolutions, that are free of imperfections, are achieved.
Medical device OEMs can partner with contract manufacturing firms to optimize their supply chains to gain a competitive advantage over other manufacturers in the industry.