Medical devices are often coated with primers, lubricants, drugs or other fluids, but as they become ever smaller and more complex it becomes increasingly difficult for manufacturers to meet stringent tolerances and cosmetic requirements. LVLP technology offers an accurate, cost-effective coating method that will increase yields, reduce production costs, and improve process control.
Today's biomedical industry requires understanding of the pure power requirements for sensitive equipment and applications. Unfortunately, many professionals are still in the dark.
From field data collection, medical equipment, and test and measurement tools, an increasing array of devices are going portable, and battery systems must keep pace with the power demands of these small form-factor devices.
In such stringently controlled industries as pharmaceutical/biotechnical/medical device development, manufacturing, and warehousing, receiving a list of deficiencies can feel like a heavy blow to your quality system.
Companies value their intellectual property portfolios on the strength of their claims and their ability to translate patents into products that will make money over time.
This comprehensive regulatory guide provides step by step guidance on the medical device approval process in the USA, Europe, Japan, China, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Korea, Russia, and Australia. Color flow charts make the process easy to understand for each country.
This white paper provides insights into the company’s custom pump solution capabilities, from design through manufacture, and highlights several real-world stories where they aided a medical device manufacturer with their successful product.
Medical implantable devices like pacemakers, ICDs and leads are progressively becoming more compact and lighter. Some of the components used for hermetic and structural welding are still large and thick enough for conventional Nd:YAG pulsed lasers.
Some are barely as large as your fingertip, but packed inside modern miniature vacuum and pressure pumps are surprising performance capabilities that can be unlocked through proper system design.
Medical processes such as medical imaging increasingly require more precise and dependable machines in order to satisfy growing demands on quality, throughput, and manufacturing cost reduction. Direct drives (linear and torque motors) are gradually becoming more important in such dynamic applications with one or more motion axes.
This paper identifies key challenges facing manufacturers of medical devices and supplies, and explains how embedded RFID technology is being leveraged to overcome those challenges in a way that enhances safety and reliability, increases revenue and brand equity, and reduces operating costs.
This paper looks at the current regulatory requirements for medical device software and offers best practice for achieving compliance and productivity goals with static analysis technology.
Comparing miniature motors from several vendors can be confusing. Each vendor has their own rating systems. Trying to compare published data from multiple vendors is akin to having a conversation with the tower of Babel.
In cleanroom environments, it’s crucial to minimize surface contamination. Since contaminating particles can get trapped in liquid that stays on surfaces, surface wipe drying performance is important.
Normally, when we want to breathe in, we just do it. But with artificial ventilation, how does the machine know how much air the patient needs, and when?