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By Jodi Hutchins

What is a LVAD? How does it work?

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Human Factors Testing is vital to the product design life cycle, but it is especially important to complex surgical robot design, owing to the fact that robotic surgical procedures involve both human and robotic interaction. As...

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By Michael Kanis, National Sales Engineering Manager,...

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Designing a new medical device for ultimate FDA approval requires a great deal of planning. That plan must balance technology development and product efficacy vs. the engineering design cost, future product cost constraints and time-to-market demands...

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The delivery of certain medications through portable or implanted infusion devices can offer patients a degree of mobility...

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Medical devices are increasingly moving out of healthcare settings and into people's homes. Read about the five pitfalls that device designers should watch out for, courtesy of Kenneth Fine, President of Proven Process Medical Devices....

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As healthcare services become increasingly interconnected, we can expect that medical devices may become targets for attack by cybercriminals. Stolen data presents an obvious threat to individual privacy, which alone is enough to cause concern. The...

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by Ken Fine, Proven Process President

Traditional infusion therapy involves intravenous administration of fluids through a needle or catheter. Less common drug infusions are provided through other...

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by Mike Kanis, Sales Engineer

In the med-tech industry, there’s a strong likelihood your path will cross with the same individuals more than once. As members of an ecosystem, it’s somewhat inevitable that we will work with the same partners...

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