Posts categorized as“Eastern Region”

Palash Jha

How Post-Market Surveillance Enhances Medical Device Safety

Understanding Post-Market Surveillance: In the fast-paced world of medical technology, the journey of a medical device doesn’t end with regulatory approval. It continues into the post-market phase, where vigilant surveillance becomes paramount. This blog delves into the significance of post-market surveillance (PMS) for medical devices, exploring its importance, challenges, and potential improvements.

Khaled Youssef

One Platform, Versatile Solutions: Introducing a Modular Platform.

Immunoassays are the heart of most bioanalytical techniques used in clinical and research settings, allowing for accurate detection and quantification of biomolecules. The detection and quantification of an analyte is achieved using capture reagents, usually antibodies or antigens. The binding interactions between the analyte and the capture reagent are highly sensitive and specific, allowing for […]

Gary Skarja

Powering Future Cell and Gene Therapy Manufacturing

Biomanufacturing tools providers play a vital role by developing novel technologies and products to drive down manufacturing costs. This blog discusses 3 areas of technology powering the future of cell and gene therapies (CGT) manufacturing with design and development insights for each area: decentralized manufacturing, closed & automated systems and single-use technologies.

Rodolfo Prata

How Gamification Transforms Healthcare Experiences

The healthcare industry is continuously evolving and innovative approaches are needed to address its challenges. Gamification, the integration of game-like elements in non-game contexts, offers immense potential to transform medical devices and healthcare. This article explores the benefits of gamification in the healthcare industry and provides tips on how to improve patient engagement, access to […]

Mike Loveless

How to Improve Emotional Interaction With a Medical Device

Visual rhetoric and emotional interaction in Medical Devices Frequently in the medical device industry, the tangible importance of the aesthetic design of an object can be downplayed. It can be considered dressing or fluff and not important in the development of the device. However, aesthetic personality, visual rhetoric or emotional interaction with a medical device […]

Vinky Kohli

Qualifying Medical Device Development Tools (MDDT)

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA)’s voluntary Qualification of Medical Device Development Tools (fda.gov) is intended to encourage use of innovative technologies and novel approaches to medical device development and create a favourable regulatory framework to expand the availability of entirely new medical devices to patients. This blog includes an overview of MDDT program, […]

Rodolfo Prata

Patient-Centered Design

Patient-centered design is designing healthcare with the patient in mind, a methodology that prioritizes the patient’s desires and requirements. This encompasses constructing medical facilities, procedures, and systems to enhance patient care. The concept of patient-centered has gained considerable traction in recent years as healthcare organizations worldwide strive to improve their quality of care. In this […]

Gary Skarja

BioProcessing 4.0: Building the Future of Bioprocessing

Bioprocessing (also known as biologics manufacturing) is a branch of the medical industry where bacteria, cells or enzymes are used to create and isolate biopharmaceutical products. This is broadly accomplished in multiple upstream (e.g., cell culture, cultivation and harvesting) and downstream (e.g., filtration, centrifugation and chromatography) unit operations in concert with process analytical technology.

Zhamak Abdi

Using Systems Engineering to Improve Technology Transfer for Early-Stage Biotech Companies

As an early-stage venture grows the process of technology transfer from an academic research laboratory to industry and/or scale-up setting can be a significant challenge for early-stage biotech companies. Transferring novel biotech platforms from academia into commercially relevant products requires a comprehensive mechanism that addresses funding, regulatory compliance, intellectual property, commercialization, competition, and other key […]

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