Dedicated to design & manufacturing for medical device
25-27 September 2019 | Shanghai,China
R&D & Design
2018.11.15 Wireless Wearables: Challenges to Tackle
A presentation at the upcoming BIOMEDevice San Jose show will cover issues in connectivity for this growing segment of the medical device industry.
2018.11.14 How Smart are Your Design Inputs?
A medical device expert shares tips for creating clear and objective design inputs.
2018.11.06 How Are Engineers Actually Using VR for Human Factors Review?
A design engineer speaking at MD&M Minneapolis demonstrates how virtual reality technology can play a meaningful role in product development.
2018.09.21 Navigating the World of Digital Health Products
Appreciate the promise of digital health technology as well as the challenges faced when launching a product, advises an expert speaking at MD&M Minneapolis.
2018.09.12 Creating the Best Design Plan for Your Device
An expert in quality management discusses the importance of a quality design plan and how to map out a path to success for device makers.
2018.09.10 Viveve Developing Device to Improve Sexual Function in Women
The Englewood, CO-based company is pushing for an indication that will have its RF-based technology treating vaginal laxity that could occur following childbirth. The company is also pursuing an indication for stress urinary incontinence.
2018.09.07 Getting the Most Out of Your Design Review
Following these 6 steps could help medtech designers deliver a well-executed design review.
2018.08.30 Managing the Chaos of New Product Development
A Mayo Clinic engineer describes hard lessons learned from years of new product development.
2018.08.22 DePuy Launches New Interbody Implant For Degenerative Disc Disease
The new implant was specifically designed to simplify key stages of spinal fusion surgery to help restore spinal disc height between two vertebrae.
2018.08.17 Need To Check Your Blood Pressure? Just Take a Selfie!
A new smartphone app uses an algorithm to analyze video from a smartphone camera to detect blood pulsing just beneath the skin — producing blood pressure readings.