Posts by Susan Bantroch

Susan Bantroch

Consider these 3 areas carefully when testing medical devices in a Biolab

Keep your project on time, within budget  Testing medical devices in a Biolab often requires changing locations from an engineering lab to a Biosecurity Level 2 (BSL2) BioLab that can facilitate specialized tests involving potentially dangerous microorganisms, tissues and biological fluids. Careful pre-planning is required for timely experiments to take place in BSL2 BioLabs. Poorly […]

Susan Bantroch

Tips for using simulated fluids when testing medical devices

Designing equipment (medical or otherwise) is a complicated process. This complexity is increased when the equipment of choice must either come in contact with biological material, or function within a biological environment. In order for a device to operate as intended, it must be able to withstand the unique conditions that biological fluids impose. Depending […]