Posts categorized as“Western Region”

Nigel Syrotuck

How to Perform Medical Device Drop Test

Medical Device Drop Test Per IEC 60601-1 Ed 3.2 Clause 15.3.4 Medical Device Drop Test and Push Test are part of IEC 60601-1. This blog describes two of the most common mechanical tests that medical device designers may want to perform in-house before sending a device for third party testing.

Aaron Philippsen

Three Physical Connection Methods in Medical Device Test Fixtures

Physical testing is an essential tool for product development, particularly when developing a novel medical device. When well designed, a physical test can accurately represent phenomena that are difficult to model, and physical tests can often be constructed quickly with a minimum of custom components. Here are three connection methods that I have found useful […]

Megan Griffin

Five Considerations for Successful Onboarding

Ensuring new hires feel connected to the team and engaged in their position is critical. So much has changed since moving to remote work, including the onboarding process. Don’t be fooled; the initial weeks or months aren’t just when an organization assesses their new hire, it’s also for the new employee to determine if they […]

Nick Allan

Biotech in medical device companies

3 compelling reasons to pursue a Bio Services career in medical devices 2020 highlighted the need for Biotech in medical devices and shone a light on potential careers in this field.  The global CoVID-19 pandemic developed and grew over 2020 from the initial focus on traditional medical device development to rapid development and manufacture of […]

Tammy Dewar

Is there job growth potential?

Don’t underestimate the value of leadership development Employers who question the value of training often ask “What if we train people and they leave?” As a leadership development facilitator and coach, I often respond, “What if you don’t train people and they stay?” I’ve spent literally thousands of dollars investing in my own development, and […]

Alexandra Reid

FDA Guidance on Non-Clinical Bench Performance Testing Information

Your Roadmap for Premarket Submissions Are you wondering how best to organize your test plans and reports to make them submission ready? Look no further. The FDA provides a roadmap to follow for your premarket submission in their new guidance, ‘Recommended Content and Format of Non-Clinical Bench Performance Testing Information in Premarket Submissions’.

Nick Allan

5 biological sciences medical device breakthroughs for this decade

Biological sciences medical device breakthroughs for this decade have a solid base to build upon. 3D tissue printing, advancements in cell therapy and regenerative medicine and gene editing breakthroughs were developed and adopted in the last decade.   Developing these technologies into commercial products and practical medical devices will be the work of the 2020 decade. […]

Nick Allan

How to research the Infectious Disease Diagnostics market potential

The internet is full of great research data. This blog shows how to research four questions one should address when considering Infectious Disease Diagnostics market potential by using public information. I explain how publicly posted research and reports can help analyse and build answers for activities like developing a new PoC Assay.

Lindsey

5 Tricks that reduce low volume supplier lead times

Negotiating low volume lead supplier times is not without challenges. Vendors can look at low volume quantities or lower dollar value orders as less priority or of importance to fulfill.  Adding to this challenge, Just In Time (JIT) delivery is often used to meet on demand client sales orders. The pre-planned anticipated lead time in […]

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